Explore Ocqueoc Falls

Michigan’s Largest Waterfall in the Lower Peninsula 

In the Lower Peninsula, Ocqueoc Falls offers a one-of-a-kind experience with opportunities to hike, bike, and then cool off afterward.

How do you pronounce Ocqueoc Falls?

Here is the pronunciation for Ocqueoc — Ah-kee-ahk.

Ocqueoc Falls is the biggest waterfall in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. Despite being small compared to the waterfalls that you can visit in the Upper Peninsula, it’s the only universally accessible waterfall in the nation.

Day-Use Area

You’ll find a few picnic tables overlooking the water, which are accessible and surfaced with compacted crushed limestone.

The Ocqueoc Falls Bicentennial Pathway

Further into the trail are even more accessible picnic areas, giving visitors an array of scenic views.

The closest place to Ocqueoc Falls for lodging is the Ocqueoc Falls State Forest Campground. In fact, the entrance to the campground is right across the Ocqueoc Falls Hwy from the falls parking lot and day-use area.

Hotels & Motels Near Ocqueoc Falls

Purple Martin Lakeside Inn & Nature Center Presque Isle’s Huron Shore Motel Driftwood Motel