Paradise Area Tourism Council
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P.O. Box 64
Paradise, MI 49768
In Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
Paradise is within your reach
Paradise Michigan is the closest community to Tahquamenon Falls. On Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay, it’s just a little over an hours drive north of the Mackinac Bridge, and a little over an hours drive west of the Soo Locks along the Shoreline Drive.
From the Mackinac Bridge, take I-75 north to M-123 into Paradise.
Paradise - Whitefish Twp
A community rich with nautical folklore, logging and Native American history, visiting Paradise is truly a unique experience. Nestled among an abundance of natural wonders it provides a playground for outdoor enthusiasts of all varieties. From diving the underwater preserve to exploring the falling waters and vast forests of Tahquamenon Falls State Park. Paradise lives up to its name.
Paradise, MI is the Home of Michigan’s largest State Park, Tahquamenon Falls. A four season magnificent nautral attraction, Tahquamenon offers fishing, boating, picnicking, hiking, snowshoeing and some of the most fantastic photographic experiences to be found. View the Upper and Lower Tahquamenon Falls from observation platforms and handicap accessible walkways.
Whitefish Point Bird Observatory
One of the leading observatories in the country, offering a unique glimpse at the spectacular migration of Hawks, Loon, Eagles, Peregrine Falcon, Boreal, Saw-what, Great Gray Owls, and songbirds.
Whitefish Point Lighthouse and Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
Experience the gripping tales of ships and men who braved Superior’s cold deep waters and violent raging storms. The site of Superior’s first lighthouse still stands guard over the ships that round its point.
The Paradise area has many bankfishing localities. You can expect to find Perch, Pike, Muskie, Walleye, Whitefish, Steel-head, Brown Trout, Salmon and other varieties of Michigan fish.
Approximately 200 miles of locally groomed snowmobile trails connecting to thousands of miles of Cross U.P. Groomed Trails.
Cross Country Skiing & Hiking Trail
Ski groomed cross country trails on the Paradise Pathway. Tahquamenon Falls and at NcNerney Lake or for that wilderness experience traverse over thousands of miles of old logging roads.
Whitefish Point Underwater Preserve
This underwater preserve allows divers an opportunity to explore some of the Great Lakes’ most intriguing shipwrecks. This notorious stretch of Lake Superior provides some of the best diving opportunities in North America.