Black River Falls near Ishpeming, the boulders at the bottom of the falls are huge, I would say they are about 3 feet in diameter, I climbed out onto them and set up my tripod to get this pic a few years ago.
Autumn is such a magical time in Michigan, but it goes by so fast, and I never have as much time to enjoy it as I would like. I love the waterfalls in the U.P. but if you can make it up there to see them, there is place in the L.P. that few know about. Seven Bridges area between Kalkaska and Rapid City on Valley road is a beautiful place to walk around and take in the wonders of Mother Nature. It has a few small water falls some cute little foot bridges and several streams all in about an acre and it’s easy to walk around. If your a leaf peeper looking at the fall colors this is an excellent place to visit.
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Sable Falls in da Upper Peninsula
This is Bond Falls way over on the western side of the U.P., when I was there the parking lot had a plethora of cars with Wisconsin plates. The Wisconsinites were all at the post filling out the visitor cards and paying, since I have a passport on my plate, I could just walk right in like a V.I.P. I make the most out of the $11 it costs for the Recreation Passport, although I do miss having the stickers on my windshield, I used to have a bunch of them plastered all over the passenger side of my windshield since I got one every year.
Adler Falls near Big Bay Michigan is one of my favorite falls to visit, you have to drive down a two-track of the main road, then from there you have hike down a steep ravine to get to it. it is nice a secluded so there are few people there when I visit. you can just sit there and soak up nature and listen to the falls.