There are two distinct falls here, on the Tahquamenon River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The Lower Falls are a series of rapids which drop maybe ten feet. The Upper Falls take a 50-foot drop and are almost 200ft wide. It’s said to be the second largest waterfall east of the Mississippi River. There is a state park surrounding the river, with camping facilities near the Lower Falls. About six miles east of the town of Newberry, it’s possible to catch a narrow-gauge train through the woods to meet a boat and take a ride to the Upper Falls. This is an all-day trip, so get there early in the morning.