Top Attractions in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Take to the trails
Get up and close to the wonders of this region while hiking some of the many trails.
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park Michigan's largest state park has 90 miles of trails leading to waterfalls, rustic campsites and mountain views. Near White Pine, the park's paths lead along Presque Isle River (pictured), up to Summit Peak and an overlook of Lake of the Clouds, and past evidence of copper mines (906/885-5275; michigan.gov/porkies).
Tahquamenon Falls State Park The region's largest waterfall stars at this park 73 miles west of Sault Ste. Marie. Stop at Tahquamenon Falls Brewery and Pub near the park entrance (906/492-3415; michigan.gov/dnr).