Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Modern and rustic camping is available
at Tahquamenon Lower Falls State Park, at the Tahquamenon
Falls Rivermouth Unit and there is rustic
camping in the nearby State and National
Camping at Tahquamenon Falls
Open Year Round for Winter Camping
There are two campgrounds at Tahquamenon Falls State
One Campground is at the Lower Falls by the Tahquamenon
River, just below the Upper Falls .
The Rivermouth Unit is 5 miles south of Paradise on M-123
where the Tahquamenon River flows into Whitefish Bay on Lake
The Lower Falls Campground
There are two modern campgrounds with 90 sites each. These
modern sites are equipped with electricity, a fire pit,
table, hot showers and flush toilets. There is a picnic area
and shelter, playground, and concession stand. Sanitation
Stations are available at the Lower Falls and Rivermouth
Unit. Firewood is limited in the park so you might want to
pick some up at one of the camp stores or gas stations. The
campground at the Lower Falls is open year round. There is
no campground at the Upper Falls .
Tahquamenon Falls Rivermouth Unit
136 modern and rustic campsites along the Tahquamenon River
with a boat launch. The rustic campsites have no
electricity, but they do have a fire pit and a picnic table.
You may take showers at the Modern Unit for a small fee.
This campground is a little more secluded. Good fishing
opportunities along the riverbank and you can walk over to
Whitefish Bay on Lake Superior and walk along the sandy
Fees: Michigan Residents need to purchase a Recreation Passport for admission to Michigan State Parks. The Recreation Passport can be purchased when renewing a vehicle license plate, at the Park Entrance, or at the Office of the Secretary of State.
Motor Vehicles: $11
There are no more day passes for Michigan Vehicles.
Non-Residents: You need a State Park Motor Vehicle Permit to
enter Tahquamenon Falls State Park. $8.40 daily, $30.50 yearly
This Motor Vehicle Permit provides admission to all Michigan State Parks and
may be purchased at the Park entrance. This is the only fee for
admission to visit Tahquamenon Upper and Lower Falls State
The Recreational Passport fee is in addition to the camping fee. Campsite Rates* run from $16 to $25 per night. Special off-season
rates for Winter Camping.
Campground map and general information on the
Tahquamenon Falls campgrounds at this DNR site.
DNR Campground Information
On line reservations, and availability check
* Rates subject to change without notice
Tahquamenon Falls State Park Rivermouth
Tahquamenon Falls State Park
41382 West M-123, Paradise, MI 49768
For more information, call Tahquamenon
Falls State Park at (906)492-3415
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