A 40 Foot Adventure

I read somewhere that 40 foot falls, also known as Cliff Falls, is Michigan's most remote waterfall. While it is true that it is remote, it is also frequently visited. Nevertheless, it's easy to see why this waterfall draws so much attention.

Hiking to Horseshoe Harbor

Nestled at the tip of Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula is the small town of Copper Harbor. Copper Harbor is well known for its stunning vistas, beautiful hiking trails, and wild terrain. Horseshoe Harbor is all of these things accessed by one short hike. The Mary Mcdonald Preserve was originally established in 1982 and since then has grown... Continue Reading →

Sparrow Rapids: A Forgotten Campground

Snug within the Ottawa National Forest, Sparrow Rapids Campground offers the perfect getaway for any outdoor enthusiast. Surrounded by roaring waters, rolling hills, and abundant wildlife, this campground is one of the best we have visited. There are no fees to camp at Sparrow Rapids. Considered a "limited service" campground, all visitors must pack-out all... Continue Reading →

A Great Stay at Cusino Lake State Forest Campground

Scattered south of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan's Upper Peninsula are a handful of state forest campgrounds. Like most of these campgrounds, Cusino offers some peaceful views, recreational opportunities, and solitude. Cusino Lake State Forest Campground has 6 sites that are all first-come, first-serve. The sites are available for tents and small trailers. Amenities include vault... Continue Reading →

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore: Sable Falls

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is known for its stunning rock formations, massive cliffs, and elegant waterfalls. It is an outdoor adventurers dream paradise. Nature's finest. Sable Falls is no exception. From 2014 Located on the east side of the park near Grand Marais, Sable Falls drops over 75 feet over sandstone formations on its way... Continue Reading →

The Awe-Inspiring Grand Sable Dunes

From the sandy beaches on the Great Lakes to the massive dunes that tower above them, Michigan has some incredibly beautiful sandscapes. When you mention these sandy terrains to someone from Michigan, it's likely that they think of the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes or Silver Lake Sand Dunes. But the one that stands out most... Continue Reading →

A Roadside Stop: Jacob’s Falls

Michigan has few roadside waterfalls that compare with the beauty of Jacob's Falls. Located about 3 miles east of Eagle River in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula, Jacob's Falls provides something for everyone. From tt's roadside convenience of it's final drop to the more adventurous upper drops, this waterfall allows people of all experience levels the chance to... Continue Reading →

Hiking to Hunter’s Point

While not the best views in the area, Hunter’s Point provides a quick stop with some interesting sights. Located just west of Copper Harbor, Hunter’s Point is a 9.4 acre of land that juts out into Lake Superior. It has pebbly beaches (and trails) with some nice views of basalt rock. There are two points... Continue Reading →

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