- Places To Stay
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- Road Trip
Canada Lake Pathway – 14 miles: Located 5.5 miles SE of Newberry traveling M-123, M-28, and Co. Rd. 403. Bikers can enjoy seeing wildlife along the trail. The trail is rated for bikers of novice skill level or higher.
Paradise Pathway – Two loops totaling over 6 miles: Located just 1 mile west of Paradise on M-123. Hundreds of miles of additional logging roads are available in the immediate region for the curious rider to travel. The trail is brushed and complete with signage.
Emerson Trail – 1 mile: Bikers are welcome on this Tahquamenon Falls State Park trail located near the Rivermouth Campground on the Tahquamenon River. The last 200 feet of the trail leading to Whitefish Bay remains incomplete, but will be found passable by the adventurous rider!
North Country Trail – Bikers are welcome to travel along the famous North Country Trail, stretching 4,600 miles across seven states and passing east to west through the Upper Peninsula! Travelers from Paradise can easily access the trail head from Tahquamenon Falls State Park. This mountain biking trail is rated moderate to difficult.
Whitefish Point Road – 11 miles: The perfect trail for the adventurous sightseer! Bike the scenic route along North Whitefish Point Road from Paradise to Whitefish Point, taking in both the tremendous historic and recreational opportunities offered by Paradise. Bike lanes are available for use on the roadside.