I thought I had visited all of Michigan's recognized waterfalls by time I graduated from college in 1971. It was not until just a few years ago that I became aware that there was a real, natural waterfalls in Michigan's Lower Peninsula, but I never saw it until now. This one is certainly worth the trip, and I will return... 更多
The falls are nice to see, but since they are much smaller than many other falls in the UP I wouldn't suggest to make this trip for the sole purpose of seeing the falls. Combine a visit to the falls with hiking on the trails and camping in a nearby park for a great trip.
I have been visiting Ocqueoc Falls for 55 years and camped there before it was a campground and a "scenic site". Some of the best visits have been during the winter because that presents a unique experience. Exploring the "disappearing river" one half mile away is well worth the visit although the land is privately owned and for sale.
The only falls in Michigan's lower Peninsula. We enjoyed our time here...we seen the falls many times in the summer and fall but never had seen them in the winter. We had a great time. A little slippery so be careful. Not quite frozen over at the end of December.
I couldn't sit comfortably for three weeks, but I had fun. This is a remote and beautiful location that you should definitely visit.
We were here on a color tour and these are the most impressive waterfallls in Michigan other than other than Tquamenon Falls, very nice new handicapped accessible path to the falls from the parking area and also other hiking trails along the river.
We added this onto our fall road trip itinerary as an afterthought and I'm glad we did. The falls are very small but the area is very scenic and there are trails along the river that we followed for a little while before heading back. There was a group of people fishing literally right in the middle of the falls... 更多
This is an absolute must to see. It is the largest falls in lower Michigan. I have been coming here for over 25 years. They have made it handicap accessible thru a grant they received several years ago. It is a very family friendly place to spend time. You can swim in the falls, have a picnic and hike the... 更多
the falls are not impressive, but if you like swimming and wading in rushing, gurgling water, this is worth the 11 mile drive outside Rogers City