Michigan Waterfalls - silvrwhls

The last 2 miles of the Presque Isle River is probably my favorite stretch of any river to photograph. With in a couple miles, there are numerous sections of falls and rapids that are accessible from trails on both sides of the river. This photograph is of the last set of falls just before the Presqe Isle River dumps into Lake Superior. When the river runs low, this particular section reveals a unique area of smooth, round "potholes" in the riverbed that was created by over thousands of years of constant swirling water.

This section of river is located on the west side of the state in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park right at the end of County Rd 519 (Thomaston Rd) about 20-25 minutes north of Wakefield.

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