Hungarian Falls

Hungarian Falls

A beautiful experience is how to describe the Hungarian Falls. A hike, sights of Torch Lake, and three different waterfalls make the beauty of this trip. Not to mention ruins of mining and a gorgeous rock cliff portion of the trip that is worthy of aware winning pictures.

Middle Section Falls

Things to Do Near Hungarian Falls

Plenty to do and see if your planning a trip to the Hungarian Falls. Explore Torch Lake and the Lake Linden main street shops. Head further out past Bootjack to White City to enjoy the beautiful beach.  Also the South Entry Lighthouse is a great adventure while walking out on the “breakers”. Good fishing and jumping into Lake Superior from the break wall. The Jacobsville Lighthouse is nearby so you can make it a Lighthouse Tour.

South Entry Lighthouse

Youtube Hungarian Falls

Hungarian Falls Gallery

Information and Directions to Hungarian Falls

Hungarian Falls is a series of waterfalls in the Dover Creek west of Hubbell, in Houghton County, Michigan. The site is near State Highway 26 in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. There are three drops with the largest being 50 feet. The total height of the falls is 90 feet. The base of the waterfall is made up of Jacobsville Sandstone, a type of rock common in that area. Hungarian Falls is also near Michigan’s tallest waterfall, Douglas Houghton Falls.

There are three sections of the falls the Upper Section near the damn, the middle section, and the lower falls.

Address: Golf Course Rd, Calument, MI 49913

Height: 50 Feet

Water Source: Dover Creek