a small bunch of white trillium on the forest floor

The Great Outdoors

Here in Tahquamenon Country, the nature surrounding us is the attraction. You, your friends and family can experience two state parks — one is the site of a former lumbering town and Indian encampment and the other is home to the second-largest waterfall east of the Mississippi River. Witness migrant birds, elusive moose, fall color brilliance, peaceful wildlife and bears you can pose with! Woven between are hiking trails within forests, lakes and streams. 

tah falls

Experience a tranquil Tahquamenon Falls in the winter

a rosy sunset over Lake Superior near Muskallonge State Park

Muskallonge Lake State Park

Upper Tahquamenon Falls in the summer

Tahquamenon Falls Riverboat Tours & Excursions

Blackburian Warbler on a pine tree limb

Bird watching in Michigan around Newberry

a natural wetland scene with clouds reflected on the water and a solitary tree

Seney National Wildlife Refuge

Young black bear clawing at a tree

Oswald's Bear Ranch: An attraction for the family

Moose Image

Welcome to the Moose Capital of Michigan!

Upper Tahquamenon Falls surrounded by autumnal trees

Tahquamenon Falls State Park: Hear them roar

closeup of rocks

Extra adventures for the enthusiastic explorer


Kirkland Warbler
POV biker racing down a dirt track in the forest
Yellow Ladyslippers
Tahquamenon Falls in summer
scenic shot of Crisp Point Lighthouse
a small bunch of white trillium on the forest floor
closeup of rocks
Blackburian Warbler on a pine tree limb
The Tahquamenon Falls Riverboat heading up the river.
The northern lights over Lake Superior