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September 11, 2014


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Lisa Trudell

We learned the value of having maps with us when up in the Upper Michigan Peninsula last summer. We took a stop here and loved the falls. We did take guidance of others before heading there and made sure to have bug spray with us as we were there during the height of bug season. We would love to go back to explore the park further.

Dominique King

Maps are good! We've run through multiple copies of the Delorme books for several states...we really put our Michigan Gazetteer to work this week as we had Tim's car in northern Michigan and no in-dash GPS.
I'd love to see more of Tahquamenon Park, too!

Tonya {The Traveling Praters}

This looks like a great place to visit and those falls really do look like root beer!

Dominique King

I have another friend who tells me she and her family always called these waterfalls the Coke falls!

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