Waterfalls have the power to stir the soul and soothe the restless spirit. In the Keweenaw, these natural wonders roar to life after the spring snowmelt and are beautiful throughout the year, even when winter ice and snow quiet them.
The best time for waterfall touring in the Upper Peninsula is typically from mid-March to late April. During this time, the Upper Peninsula’s winter snowfall rapidly melts recharging streams and waterways which feed the falls. Beyond waterfalls, the spring offers many unique outdoor experiences. Check out our Insider's Guide to Enjoying Spring in the Keweenaw for more tips on making the most of this fleeting season in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Here are some tips to making the most of your waterfall hunting experience:
Located in Ontonagon County, you’ll discover a series of three majestic waterfalls that rival any found in the Midwest. Take a tour of O’Kun de Kun Falls, Agate Falls, and Bond Falls through the video below.
Looking for some in-depth resources to help explore the Keweenaw's waterfalls? Check out our guides for directions and tips for planning your waterfall adventure.
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