Seven Waterfalls You Have to See this Fall
With hundreds of waterfalls and hundreds of thousands of acres of forest, there’s a lot of territory to explore in the Porcupine Mountains. Here are some Porcupine Mountains area waterfalls you don’t want to miss this fall.
1. Bonanza Falls
Amid a dazzling forest, enjoy the countless rivulets as the Iron River washes over a scalloped ridge of rock. Located one mile south of Silver City.
2. Bond Falls
In an area with hundreds of waterfalls, Bond Falls stands out as one of the best. See water rushing down a 50-foot drop. Located in Bond Falls State Park off Hwy 45.
3. Little Union Gorge Falls
Savor the sight of this long ribbon of water. Located in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, which is home to more than 90 waterfalls.
4,5&6. Manabezho, Manido and Nawadaha Waterfalls
These three falls on the Presque Isle River are just plain gorgeous in the fall. Located off Hwy 519 at the westernmost edge of the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
7. O Kun De Kun Falls
O Kun De Kun Falls is one of the most impressive sights in the Porcupine Mountains. Listen to the cascading water as you and enjoy the various autumn hues of the surrounding forest. Located 12 miles south of Rockland.
Find More Area Waterfalls
Here’s an expanded list of the best waterfalls in the Porcupine Mountains.
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