Chicagon Falls has become one of my favorite falls in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The falls aren't impressive in size, but the setting is hard to beat. It also took two tries to finally get back to these falls, as we had some outdated directions. With the help of a Bewabic State Park ranger we first reached these falls in 2008, and recently returned in June of 2013.
Getting there: These are the directions we were given at Bewabic, with a few updates - the Penrose book is out of date on this one! From the entrance of Bewabic State Park on U.S. 2, go .6 miles to Long Lake Road on the right, turn onto that road and follow it for 3.3 miles (you will go around a lake and start to curve as you head uphill). A two track road on the right for "Raymer" is the one you want (to the right of a newer looking house and a recently cleared area), it's a quarter mile in to a widened parking area where you will start to see signs for the falls. Trail is about a mile, walked in 15-20 and biked in 10 minutes.