go chasing waterfalls.
The U.P. is known for its majestic beauty. Superior Times Resort and Campround is lucky enough to be located right in the heart of all of that beauty, surrounded by waterfalls and natural wonders. Pack a bag, grab a friend, and bring a map - you won't want to miss these!
This 50-foot waterfall drops into a sandstone canyon and creates a spectacular scene. Walk .25 mile on a paved trail through the woods until you reach the viewing platform. There are two other viewing areas reachable by stairs but the main platform is fully accessible. Pets are only allowed on the paved trail.
This unique waterfall drops 30 feet and the undercut rock walls allows visitors to walk behind the falls. The split trail also allows you to view from the top or from below. Since you approach this falls from the top, please use extreme care.
Following a short walk on a gravel path to the viewing platform, Wagner Creek flows over numerous rock ledges to create a beautiful waterfall.
A 1.2 mile round-trip gravel walking path will lead you through a spectacular forest to where the Miners River drops about 50 feet into a sandstone canyon creating a spectacular view. There are two viewing platforms with the lower one having 77 steps to reach it. No pets allowed.
This roadside waterfall is at the M-28 and M-94 intersection east of Munising.
grand marais logslide overlook
Okay you caught us, this is not a waterfall site. This overlook sits on the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and it is one of THE best spots to view Lake Superior. Leave your phone. Bring your camera.