1. Superior Falls –
90 Feed Montreal River (Lake Superior/Saxon Area) Take Hwy. 122
north of U.S. 2 approximately 4.2 miles. You will cross the
Wisconsin/Michigan Border. Continue another .5 miles, then turn left
on a gravel road. Parking lot available.
2. Potato River
Falls – 90 Feet Potatoe River (Gurney Area) Head south from
U.S. 2 on Hwy. 169, 2.8 miles (through Town of Gurney). Turn West on
Potato River Falls Road, continue for 1.5 miles. Town park with
rustic picnic campsites available.
Falls – 35 Feet East Branch Montreal River (Hurley Area) Take
U.S. 2 west of Hurley for .6 miles to gravel road at Ero Nasi
Construction sign. Follow road straight east – do not take any
side roads. Continue for 3 miles and park at small turnaround.
Follow foot path located on north side of parking area. ¼ mile walk
4. Upson Falls
– 18 Feet Potato River (Upson Area) Take Hwy. 77 west from Hurley
into Upson. Turn north at Upson Town Park sign, then left at end of
street. After crossing the river, turn left into Upson Town Park.
Camping & Picnic area available.
5. Gile Falls
– 15 Feet West Branch Montreal River (Gile Area) Head west on Hwy.
77 from Hurley, into Montreal. Turn left on Kokogan, then right onto
Gile Falls Street. Proceed on street to overlook of falls. A
snowmobile bridge crosses the top of the falls and can be accessed
6. Shay’s Dam
Falls – 15 Feet Turtle River (Mercer Area) Head east on County
J in Mercer for 2.5 miles. Turn north (left) on Beaver Lodge Circle.
Proceed 3.6 miles, passing Beaver Lake Road. Turn east (right) on
Fisher Lake Road 1.2 miles to small side road on the left leading to
Shay’s Dam. Watch for “Shay’s Dam” sign. Park with picnic
7. Kimball Falls
– 10 Feet West Branch Montreal River (Hurley Area) West out of
Hurley on U.S. 2 for 3 miles, turn south (left) on Park Road and
continue .2 miles. Turn west (right) on Town Park Road. Cross the
one lane bridge to enter the park just below the falls. Other scenic
rapids and riffles are upstream. Picnic area and pavilion available.
8. Lake of the
Falls – 10 Feet Turtle River (Mercer-Turtle Flambeau Flowage
Area) North from Mercer on U.S. 51 for 1.4 miles. Turn west (left)
on Hwy. FF and proceed 5.2 miles. Turn left at Iron County Park/Lake
of the Falls sign. Picnic and rustic camping facilities, boat
landing with access to Turtle Flambeau Flowage via Turtle River.
9. Foster Falls
– 25 Feet Potato River (North of Upson) North from Upson on
Highway 122 for 5 miles. Turn west (left) on Sullivan Road and
proceed 2 miles to the river and falls. (This falls does not have an
indicator on the map.)
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