a magnet for rock hounds, beach walkers, maritime enthusiasts, bikers, hikers, bird watchers, snowmobilers, four-wheelers, fishers, boaters, campers, canoeists, kayakers, photographers, nature lovers, young and old alike.
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. Whether hiking the North Country Scenic Trail or driving the Tahquamenon Scenic Highway you'll find yourself immersed in color!
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.
Spring is One of the Best Times
Use Paradise as your base camp while you explore Central Upper Peninsula (Marquette, Munising, Pictured Rocks) and Eastern Upper Peninsula (Soo Locks, Point Iroquois Lighthouse, Sault Ste Marie). Paradise Offers Hotels, Motels, Cabins, Lodges, and Camping Accommodations for your Stay in Paradise. As well as great food choices.
Telephone: +1 906-492-3219
Address: PO BOX 82, Paradise, Michigan 49768