Summer or Winter, Tahquamenon Falls in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is an amazing place.
We’ve visited in the summer and, of course the beauty of the smaller lower falls and larger upper falls is quite amazing. This year, we decided to try some winter camping and I’m very glad we did. I’m not a winter person, but by putting some thought into how to travel in our Class B RV and keeping warm while out on the trails, the weather wasn’t much of a bother.
The falls in winter are so different with the ice and snow — and the state park and campground are so much more peaceful with a lot fewer people around. The Department of Natural resources staff are great — just ask them to tell you about what to do and where to visit and they’ll be glad to help.
Consider snowshoeing the trails to see wildlife, or at least a lot of their footprints in the snow, and experience some real peace and quiet in this giant snow globe.