The paved trail to the Upper Falls is less than a mile in length, and takes you from the visitor center to a viewing platform overlooking the waterfall. The path is wheelchair accessible, so everyone can experience this amazing view for themselves. You can also take the steps down to where the water crashes into the Tahquamenon River.
The hike to the Lower Falls is longer and a little more difficult. The trail is about four miles long, taking you along the Tahquamenon River to the cascading Lower Falls.
Take the riverside path in the opposite direction, and follow the recently-restored Tahqua Trail, which will bring you all the way to the mouth of the Tahquamenon River where it meets Lake Superior.
Clark Lake is the largest of the lakes within Tahquamenon Falls State Park, and the hiking trail which takes you around its shoreline is around eight miles long—a great hike for nature lovers.