Hartwick Pines Logging Museum Visitor Information
Hartwick Pines Logging Museum is located in Hartwick Pines State Park, eight miles northeast of Grayling on M-93. From I-75, take exit 259.
Admission to the logging museum is free. A Michigan State Parks Recreation Passport is required for entry to the park.
Hartwick Pines Logging Museum is open from May 27 through September 5, daily, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. From September 6 through late October, the logging museum is open daily, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Michigan Forest Visitor Center, also located within Hartwick Pines State Park, is open year-round.
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Please allow two hours to tour the museum exhibits and forest trail. The park also offers camping, picnicking, biking and other seasonal activities.
Group and school tours are available. See a map of the site.
Pets: Pets accompanied by and under the control of their human friends are welcomed on the grounds of this site. Pets may not enter any building. For further information, please refer to the DNRE web page, Pets in State Park Campgrounds.
The visitor center and logging museum are accessible to people with a mobility impairment. The Old-Growth Forest Trail is paved but includes two steep grades. A wheelchair may be borrowed, subject to availability.
Send us an e-mail or telephone 989-348-2537.
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