Lower Tahquamenon Falls

Lower Tahquamenon Falls was the other of two major waterfalls featured along the Tahquamenon River in Tahquamenon Falls State Park. While the Upper Falls dazzled us with its size and classical…

Spray Falls

Spray Falls was one of the more unique waterfalls that we’ve seen. I guess what made it so memorable was that it dropped 70ft directly into the turbulent southern shores of Lake Superior…

Upper Tahquamenon Falls

The Upper Tahquamenon Falls (it rhymes with “phenomenon”) was easily the most impressive waterfall that we had seen for the entirety of our Great Lakes trip in 2015 that encompassed the Upper…

Agate Falls

Agate Falls was one of those elegant waterfalls that was well known in the literature thanks to a well-situated railroad bridge right above its main drop. For the longest time during my trip…

Munising Falls

Munising Falls was one of the more convenient waterfalls that we had visited while staying in the town of Munising, which was really our excuse to pass the time while awaiting our opportunity to…

Miners Falls

Miners Falls (I’ve also seen it referred to as Miner’s Falls) was a well-flowing 40ft waterfall (though I’ve seen inconsistent numbers from the NPS literature claiming 50ft and 60ft) in a pretty…

Wagner Falls

Wagner Falls was a small 20ft multi-tiered waterfall that was pretty convenient for us to visit. It was just outside the town limits of Munising, and we only needed to walk on a short trail and…

Bond Falls

Bond Falls was a waterfall in the western side of the UP (short for Upper Peninsula of Michigan) that seemed to be a sentimental favorite amongst those “Yoopers” (folks who live in or frequent the…

Superior Falls

Superior Falls was a rare interstate waterfall as it was shared between the states of Wisconsin and Michigan since it flowed on the Montreal River, which defined the border between the states near…