Visit this waterfall in the springtime to experience an extreme flow of water. Before or after your visit to this waterfall, you can explore the nearby historic mining town of Old Victoria.
Ontonagon Michigan Waterfall
Located about a mile from the Old Victoria Restoration, this dam and hydroelectric plant on the west branch of the Ontonagon River date back to the early 1930s, when they provided power for mining and logging industries in the western Upper Peninsula. Victoria Dam is also home to a waterfall produced by the dam’s overflow channel that varies depending on season and rainfall.
Porcupine Mountains Ontonagon Area Convention & Visitors Bureau