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Tahquamenon Falls State Park 'Tahquamenon Falls' © Daniel R. Pater
Tahquamenon, the largest waterfall in the East after Niagara, is wonderful at any time of the year, but glows in the autumn
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Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Park Visitor: Comments, Memories and Reviews
September 11 Still loved after many visits by Lucille M. Rugg
Our first visit was on our honeymoon in Aug. 1950. Very cold but beautiful. We have been there many times with friends and family. Visiting again in Oct. unfortunately at 85 it is very difficult for me to walk. Do you have rental wheelchairs by any chance? I seem to remember them at start of paved path to falls. Please reply. thanks
September 16 Beautiful with Bugs by Witum
One of my favorite places to visit. I first went there in 1957 with my parents. They had no observation platforms at the Upper Falls then, and very few wooden walkways. Everything was rather rustic and simple. There were few restrictions then and nothing to keep you from standing right out in the water above the falls, which I did in ankle-deep water. The flies and gnats were horrible in the early spring, worst part of my several visits.
June 23 Definitely Awesome! by Karen
Beautiful, beautiful area. The falls are beautiful, the walkways, the woods are all worth travelling to this great spot. State park campgrounds are great. Nice trails. Worth the visit!
April 22 awesome great A by Duckie262
Reviews by Park Visitors

USA Parks
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Michigan
Michigan
Upper Peninsula Region
Upper Peninsula Region
Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Tahquamenon Falls State Park