Spring’s Eight Must-See Roaring Waterfalls

Hear them thunder in April and May.

With hundreds of waterfalls to choose from in the Upper Peninsula, these seven are particularly stunning in mid-to-late April and early May when melting snow and ice, rainstorms and increased groundwater make them … Read full article


Posted on March 25th, 2021

Spring Wildflowers & Where to Find Them

Breathe in the sweet aromas in native plant gardens and along hiking trails scattered across the U.P.

With the coming of spring, many locations across the U.P. burst into life. Catch some of these native spring wildflower spots as you … Read full article


Posted on March 25th, 2021

Cast your troubles away while fishing the U.P.

Whether you’re looking to catch up on some peace and quiet or spend time with friends, you can do both while fishing in our waterways. Surrounded by three Great Lakes (Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and Lake Huron), the Upper Peninsula’s … Read full article


Posted on March 18th, 2021

Winter photo tips from a Michigan photographer

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is one of my favorite places for a winter photography vacation. I could easily spend weeks exploring the beautiful and highly varied ~1,700 miles of scenic sparkling Great Lakes shorelines, numerous frozen waterfalls and pristine forests blanketed … Read full article


Posted on March 18th, 2021
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