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.

Lodging at Ocqueoc Falls

The entrance to the campground is right across the Ocqueoc Falls Hwy from the falls parking lot and day-use area.

Ocqueoc Falls State Forest Campground

The campground rests on the banks of the Ocqueoc River, offering 13 rustic sites for tents and small trailers.

Ocqueoc River Bridge

The Ocqueoc Falls Highway–Ocqueoc River Bridge is an early example of the concrete arch bridges that the Michigan State Highway Department built.

Your reason for visiting Ocqueoc Falls has a direct impact on the best time to plan your trip. Here are our recommendations: -Hiking or Biking -Picnicking -Swimming -Snowshoeing or Skiing

Best Time to Visit Ocqueoc Falls

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