Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is located along three of the Great Lakes and extends eastward from the Wisconsin border. The heavily forested part of Michigan is connected to the state’s Lower Peninsula by the Mackinac Bridge — a nearly 5-mile-long span. The Upper Peninsula is known for outdoor recreation and adventure options in the rugged natural terrain, from dogsledding adventures to hiking to camping.
This Paradise, Michigan, park on the state’s Upper Peninsula is known for its famous root-beer-hued waterfall.
This remarkable natural attraction in Munising, Michigan, promises incredible views of the vivid waters of Lake Superior.
Head out on either 10-mile and 20-mile dogsledding journeys in this Upper Peninsula excursion experience in McMillan, Michigan.