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Tahquamenon Falls Education Programs

In his "Song of Hiawatha," Henry Wadsworth Longfellow described the Tahquamenon Falls area as undisturbed forests, tranquil rivers and abundant wildlife. This is still true today. As a state park, it is managed as a wilderness area, dedicated to preserving its natural beauty and recreational opportunities.
Main Number: (906) 492-3415
41382 West M-123
Paradise 49768 County: Chippewa
Google Map of Tahquamenon Falls Education Programs
Driving Directions: From Mackinac Bridge, continue eight miles north to M 123 at Exit 352. Turn left onto M 123. 55 Miles to Paradise. From Marquette, take M-28 east 98 miles to M-123. Turn left onto M-123. 29 miles to the park.
  • Recreational Pass Not Required
  • ADA accessible
  • Categorized as: Visitor Center
  • Total Number of Sites: 0

Trails at Tahquamenon Falls Education Programs

Phone: (906) 492-3415
Not ADA accessible
Recreation Passport Required
Park Trail
Phone: (906) 492-3415
Not ADA accessible
Recreation Passport Required
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