Wagner falls frozen during winter

Waterfalls of Michigan

Experience the Rush

With endless rivers and streams, it’s no wonder there are hundreds of enchanting waterfalls here waiting to be discovered. 

Upper Peninsula Waterfalls
Lower Peninsula: Ocqueoc Falls
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Ocqueoc Falls during summer.
Canyon Falls | L'Anse
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Canyon Falls in the summer.
Wagner Falls | Munising
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Flowers by Wagner Falls
Bond Falls | Paulding
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Bond Falls during summer.
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Upper Peninsula Waterfalls
Lower Peninsula: Ocqueoc Falls
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Ocqueoc Falls during summer.
Canyon Falls | L'Anse
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Canyon Falls in the summer.
Wagner Falls | Munising
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Flowers by Wagner Falls
Bond Falls | Paulding
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Bond Falls during summer.

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See the power of Mother Nature.

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a treasure trove of natural beauty, including more than 300 waterfalls along peaceful streams and swift rivers. In the east, marvel at the thundering power of Tahquamenon Falls—one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi. Some of Michigan’s most iconic waterfalls can also be found along Lake Superior’s colorful sandstone cliffs at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Further west, Bond Falls and the Keweenaw Peninsula's Hungarian Falls—among many others—are must-visit, scenic stops during your road trip. When traveling the Lower Peninsula, Ocqueoc Falls is universally accessible and perfect for all to enjoy Michigan's outdoors.
 
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