Tahquamenon Falls State Park is located along the southern shores of Lake Superior in Michigan’s Luce County. This park is a large one boasting 50,000 acres of parkland. A lot of the land in the park is unused and the main focal point is the amazing Tahquamenon River and its waterfalls. The State Park is known for these stunning waterfalls which split into the Upper Falls and the Lower Falls. Like it’s size, the amount of things to do within this park is vast.
The park offers so many activities including cross country skiing, fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, winter camping, and watching wildlife. You can also participate in various nature programs or use their boat rentals for your own leisure. Just like the number of things to do there are also a lot of great amenities within Tahquamenon Falls State Park. The amenities available include an accessible boat launch, cabins/lodges, concession store, electrical sites, fishing pier, modern restrooms, observation platforms, picnic areas, dumping stations, and more. They offer camping sites for everything from a tent to an RV and have sites available with walk-in access only if you want more of a rustic experience. They are open all year-round and are known for the unique winter camping experiences.