Tahquamenon Falls State Park

  • Trail Use: Hiking
  • Congestion: High during the summer months.
  • Hike Type: In and out
  • Pass Required: Fee required when entering park
  • Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
  • Dogs Allowed: Yes
  • Family Friendly: Yes
  • Notes: Winter in the U.P. can be unpredictable.
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One of the most remote and beautiful state parks in the state of Michigan. Tahquamenon Falls State Park is located in Michigan’s upper peninsula. It is a 46,000-acre park with over 22 miles of hiking trails. The Tahquamenon River passes through the park and passes over Tahquamenon Falls, the main attraction in this beautiful state park. With around 50,000 gallons of water passing over Tahquamenon Falls in the summer, it is considered the second most voluminous waterfall east of the Mississippi (Niagra Falls being number one).

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