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Hartwick Pines State Park

Hartwick Pines State Park Present Day trail surrounded by tall trees

Hartwick Pines State Park

The DNR is in the process of developing a phase 2 general management plan for Hartwick Pines State Park in Crawford County. This will build upon the phase 1 general management plan approved in 2012. The process typically takes one year to complete. Public and stakeholder input will be a critical part of the process.

A park's general management plan defines a long-range (10- to 20-year) planning and management strategy to protect and preserve the site’s natural and cultural resources and provide access to land- and water-based public recreation and educational opportunities.

About the park

Hartwick Pines State Park, located in Grayling, is home to a seasonal modern campground, year-round rustic cabin, group-use area, boating access sites, a picnic area and trails, including the accessible, 1.25-mile-paved Old Growth Forest Trail. The park is also a great destination for paddling, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, fishing, birding and more. Situated among the towering trees, you’ll find the accessible Hartwick Pines Visitor Center, Hartwick Pines Logging Museum, the chapel and more.

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Contact

For more information, contact Matt Lincoln, DNR Parks and Recreation Division land specialist, at LincolnM@Michigan.gov.