Tahquamenon Falls

is21-1301427792-00755.jpeg
Upper Tahquamenon Falls

Being the second largest waterfall east of the Mississippi River, the Upper Tahquamenon Falls has over 50,000 gallons of water cascading over its 50 foot drop. As the snow melts and the smell of spring hovers in the air, the Tahquamenon Falls bring amazement of how powerful mother nature truly can be.

After a visit to the Upper Falls, you’re able to walk four miles down to the Lower Falls, where you will view a series of five smaller falls cascading around an island. The fun doesn’t end there! You’re able to reach the Lower Falls by rowboat from park concession! As you walk along the island, you experience a completely different view and experience the Lower Falls on a closer level. It’s the perfect time of the year to view the Upper Peninsula’s beautiful waterfalls and enjoy a delicious meal at the Tahquamenon Falls Brewery & Pub!