Overlooked Falls in Porcupine Mountains State Park

June 17, 2013

fallen tree [Overlooked Falls 2478 2481]

fallen tree [Overlooked Falls 2478 2481], photo by Frank Kaelin (aka Fir Dawg)

GoWaterfalling’s page on Minor Waterfalls has this to say about Overlooked Falls in Porcupine Mountains State Park:

Overlooked Falls is a small falls on the Little Carp River. The scenic falls consists of two drops, each about 5′ in height. This is the most easily accessed of the falls on the Little Carp River, big or small. It is only a few hundred feet from the parking area. The trailhead to the falls is at the end of Little Carp River road. This is also the trailhead to Greenstone Falls, which is about 1/2 mile away. The trail also leads to the much larger Trappers Falls, which is three miles away.

Check this out bigger and see more in Frank’s Mainly Water slideshow.

Many (many) more Michigan waterfalls on Michigan in Pictures!

One Response to “Overlooked Falls in Porcupine Mountains State Park”


  1. Thanks for another waterfall picture. I’m hoping to see my waterfall of memory some day, as recalled in, “Memory Lake; The Forever Friendships of Summer”. The water fell over a cave.

    What a great time you must have gathering all these wonderful photos!


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