Hartwick Pines Logging Museum
- Hartwick Pines' exhibits include several of the tools that shanty boys used during Michigan's lumbering days, including axes, saws and hammers. Summer visitors can try their hand with the cross-saw.
- Visitors can see the cook's shanty, where the lumbermen's breakfast and dinner were prepared and served.
- It wasn't all work in the logging camps. Play a game of checkers on the homemade checker boards. Also see the work that "chore boys" did in the camps such as sweeping the floors and hauling buckets of water with the neck yoke.
- Outdoor exhibits of large logging equipment include the logging wheels, log sled, and road building equipment. The Michigan logging wheels, better known as "Big Wheels," made popular in Michigan when logging became a year-round industry.
- Throughout the summer and at some special programs, the museum hosts camp cooking demonstrations, where visitors can see and smell some of the food that the shanty boys ate for their breakfast and dinner.