Bond Falls are in the western Upper Peninsula near Paulding. It is an impressive waterfall that is almost 100 feet wide and a drop of about 50 feet. It is a scenic site managed by the Michigan DNR and has view platforms to get great views of the water cascading down the rocks. It is probably the second most popular waterfall in Michigan after the Tahquamenon Falls.
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