Lake Superior to the North, Hiawatha National Forrest to the South, Tahquamenon Falls State Park to the West, and Whitefish Bay to the East. Paradise is surrounded with natural beauty.
Paradise Michigan is a quaint community offering lodging, food, and fuel to those traveling to the Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Whitefish Point, the Shipwreck Museum, Crisp Point, Lake Superior, and Whitefish Bay. Paradise is a destination permitting you to connect with nature, family, and friends.
"Spring brings the smelt runs on the streams, wild bird migration, and beachcombers searching the shore for agates and unique driftwood; mushrooms pop up and are sought by many."Reflections on Paradise, 1989
The Whitefish Point area is known for wild blueberries, and the entire town of Paradise pitches in to host the Wild Blueberry Festival in August. This family fun festival takes place at the Whitefish Township Community Center overlooking Whitefish Bay.
Fall color is not the only reason to visit the area. Like spring, fall is a quieter time and visitors can truly enjoy the solitude of the area. Hiking the North Country Scenic Trail or driving the Tahquamenon Scenic Byway, absorb the grandeur of nature!
The fall migration brings birds and birders alike again to the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory .
Get to places you can't in summer! Paradise is a top destination for snowmobilers, but it's also tops for quiet winter sports like cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Rent equipment from a local merchant and hit the trails!
Don't miss an opportunity to see Tahquamenon Falls in the winter -- its unique ice sculptures are fantastic and just a short walk from your car or snowmobile.