Waterfall Wednesday: Greenstone Falls

October 17, 2012

All About Fall - Greenstone Falls (Porcupine Mountains State Park - Upper Michigan)

All About Fall – Greenstone Falls (Porcupine Mountains State Park – Upper Michigan), photo by Aaron C. Jors

GoWaterfalling’s minor waterfalls page says:

Greenstone Falls is a small scenic falls on the Little Carp River. The falls is about 20′ wide, and less than 10′ high. This is the most easily reached of the “backcountry” falls in Porcupine Mountains State Park, being about 1/2 mile from the trailhead. The trailhead to the falls is at the end of Little Carp River road. If you continue on the trail for another 2+ miles you will reach the much larger Trappers Falls.

Trappers Falls looks like a pretty cool natural waterslide!

Check this out on black and see more in Aaron’s great Waterfalls slideshow. Aaron has several more waterfall shots on Michigan in Pictures too.

Many more Michigan waterfalls on Michigan in Pictures.

One Response to “Waterfall Wednesday: Greenstone Falls”

  1. Deb Kilmartin Says:

    Great Picture!! I’ve attached a picture from the storms this weekend near my home in Hickory Corners, MI.
    Debi Kilmartin

    >>> Michigan in Pictures 10/17/2012 7:32 AM >>>

    farlane posted: ” All About Fall – Greenstone Falls (Porcupine Mountains State Park – Upper Michigan), photo by Aaron C. Jors GoWaterfalling’s minor waterfalls page says: Greenstone Falls is a small scenic falls on the Little Carp River. The falls is about 20′ wide”


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