Eagle River Falls

Eagle River Falls Michigan

A beautiful falls located right off the road cascades over the pool at the top. A powerful falls during springtime runs swift under the old wooden bridge. This flows down into the lower falls section and then out into Mother Superior.

Things to Do Near Eagle River

There is plenty to check out in this area of the Keweenaw. Spend the day in Eagle River checking out he Eagle River Falls or the Tioga at the Keweenaw Heritage Museum. Enjoy a summer day on the gorgeous warm sand in Eagle Harbor. Make sure to stop in for a tour at the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse. If you’re looking for a lighthouse tour make sure to visit the Eagle River Lighthouse as well, and the Copper Harbor Lighthouse.

Play a round of golf at the most rustic course in Michigan at Sandy Pebbles Golf Course, or drive up to Copper Harbor and play at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge.

There are plenty of waterfalls around to make a adventure out of it with the Copper Falls, Silver River Falls, and plenty more falls around Copper Harbor and Lac La Belle.

If you’re in Copper Harbor check out all the stores, Brockway Mountain, and Fort Wilkins State Park at Lake Fanny Hoe.

Eagle River Falls – Upper Section


Eagle River Falls Gallery

Information and Directions to Eagle River Falls

Located along the south side of M-26 as it enters the village of Eagle River. A parking area and pedestrian bridge just off M-26 make viewing these falls very easy. There is an upper falls and a lower falls at this location.

The falls is on the site of the original Lake Superior Fuse Company and remains of the dam still span most of the 60-footwide river. The dam extends the falls to a total height of well over 60 feet. Water drops over the dam in a straight sheet, forms tendrils that flow over the rocks forming its steep banks then rejoins at the bottom of the deep gorge.

Walk a bit further down river and you will find the flowing lower falls which eventually flows out to Lake Superior.

Address: M-26, Eagle River, MI 49950

Height: 60+ Feet

Water Source: Eagle River