Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Tahquamenon Falls State Park is fascinating the hordes of tourists. And it possesses 13 inland lakes, 24 miles of the Tahquamenon River and nearly 20,000 acres of natural area. It is the second largest of Michigan’s state parks. Due to it covers around 50,000 acres and stretching over 13 miles.
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Through the major portion of the Tahquamenon Falls State Park is undeveloped but it is gaining prominence because of the Tahquamenon River with its waterfalls.Tahquamenon Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in the east of Mississippi.The Falls is famously called “Rootbeer Falls.” Owing to its golden brown color.
The upper falls of the waterfall have a drop of 50 feet and are more than 200 feet across. While the lower falls are sprawling four miles downstream. On the whole, a series of five smaller falls are gushing around an island. Each one boasts the unique beauty. Apart from the bewitching Tahquamenon Falls, the tourists indulge themselves in 40 miles of hiking trails in Tahquamenon Falls State Park.