You will hear the thunderous water long before you reach the lookout that brings you within feet of the Upper Tahquamenon Falls, the second-largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi. The thousands of gallons of water cascading over its 50-foot precipice every second will mesmerize you.
When you come to the U.P., locals will often suggest seeing the Upper Tahquamenon Falls. So definitely plan to visit Tahquamenon Falls State Park, feel the cool spray, watch rainbows dance above the water … or visit when snow blankets the falls and listen to the ice crack. But these splendid falls are only one of many reasons to stay here.
Read more About Luce County.
Crisp Point Light Station