Hamilton Lake Natural Area

The unexpected beauty of the hiking trails, Michigan nature preserve and wildlife observation found at Hamilton Lake Natural Area makes a lasting impression. It is located just south of the Luce County Historical Museum and the Tahquamenon Logging Museum, as well as half an hour drive from the Tahquamenon Falls State Park. With a beautiful scenic overlook, untouched nature, and the secluded beauty waiting to be exposed, Hamilton Lake is not something to miss. Take a nature hike, explore and find Michigan wildlife, amazing plants, gorgeous sights and a sense of simplicity. Hamilton Lake Nature Area puts nature preserves in Michigan on display, waiting for you to admire.

  • Recreational Offerings:
    • Hiking
    • Paddling
    • Wildlife observation
    • Fishing

Walk the trail, wander in nature, and carefully look for lady slippers in bloom and other treasures along the hiking trail that wind around this calm, scenic Lake!

Tahquamenon Scenic Byway Map

Luce County Historical Museum
Distance: 2 miles
Travel Time: 5 Minutes

Tahquamenon Logging Museum
Distance: 3 miles
Travel Time: 6 Minutes

Tahquamenon Falls State Park – Upper Falls
Distance: 25 miles
Travel Time: 31 Minutes