Tahquamenon Falls State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Half a million visitors check in here each year, and for good reason. The Upper Falls drops 50 feet and drains more water than any other vertical drop east of the Missis- sippi other than Niagara Falls—up to 50,000 gallons per second in spring. The Lower Falls 4 miles downriver is a collection of smaller falls that pass around an island. With over 46,000 acres, this is also Michigan’s second largest state park. There are 3 main campgrounds besides the group area: Lower Falls with 188 mostly modern sites, Rivermouth with 72 more modern sites, and Riv- ermouth Pines with 36 rustic sites. The North Country National Scenic Trail passes through, and there is a privately owned microbrewery and restaurant right inside the park."