Bond Falls is a scenic and popular waterfall in southern Ontonagon County, Michigan. The falls are created as the middle branch of the Ontonagon River tumbles over a thick belt of fractured rock, dividing it into numerous small cascades. Bond Falls Scenic Site is located on Bond Falls Road in Paulding Michigan. For more information, click here.

Total drop of the falls is approximately 50 feet. An accessible boardwalk with six viewing locations, roadside parking and picnic tables are available.

Depending on weather conditions, the site is typically open for vehicle access mid-May through mid-October. Access via the hiking trail is open year-round; however, trails and boardwalks are not monitored or groomed for snow and ice.

The campground and lands at Bond Falls Flowage are administered for recreational use by Upper Peninsula Power Company.

The boardwalk trail is completely handicap accessible. Pictures used in this article are the property of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

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