The Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Get away from the everyday and reconnect with the wild inside of you. Come to the western most corner of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Embrace our endless rivers and countless waterfalls, clean and clear and fresher than you ever knew. Discover Lake Superior, mighty and proud. Find yourself in the wandering trails through mystic old growth forests deep in The Ottawa National Forest.
With its boundless, unspoiled wilderness, breathtaking vistas, rugged terrain and pristine Lake Effect snows, the Western U.P. lets you unplug from the ceaseless distractions of daily life. Located as far west as you can go in Michigan, it is within a few hours drive of cities in northern Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin, giving you and your family a perfect path to reconnect with nature.
Whatever trail you choose to follow, your adventure starts here at Michigan's Trailhead.
See our snow and rustic wilderness LIVE.
There are more than 150 waterfalls across the Western U.P.
Lake Superior is the largest body of fresh water in the world.
Lake Gogebic is Michigan's largest inland lake.
Sixty thousand acres of some of nature’s most untamed wilderness
The beautiful Cisco Chain of Lakes