A tall curtain falling off from a remote sandstone ledge, O Kun de Kun Falls is one of the most impressive plunging waterfalls in the Upper Peninsula. The North Country Trail runs along the Baltimore River here, with a small campsite below the falls and a long suspension footbridge spanning the river. The falls themselves have several streams flowing off the rocks, depending on the time of the year, and make a beautiful foreground to the lush green woods around them.
Baltimore River descends quickly here before meeting up with the Middle Branch Ontonagon River to the east. There are several smaller drops along the river, including the upper Peanut Butter Falls and some unnamed steps below O Kun de Kun. This spot is easy to visit and worth exploring a bit, with the campground, deep woods, and smaller drops nearby side attractions around the main waterfall.
There is a trailhead and parking area on the east side of US-45, 7.8 miles north of Bruce Crossing (or just past Burma Road). Some brown signs for the North Country Trail are on either side of the trailhead. Park here and head east on the gated forest road. For a more scenic route keep an eye on the right side of the grassy forest road; the North Country Trail branches off and follows the river downstream to O Kun de Kun Falls, going past the upper drops. Otherwise, the easier way is to just stick to the forest road which leads straight to the campsite and main falls.