Hartwick Pines State Park
Located just north of Grayling off I-75, Hartwick Pines State Park has a great museum featuring the lumbering era. The walking trails are excellent.
Located about 45 minutes south, this fascinating State park contains a logging museum and the last remaining virgin forest in the state. Programs are frequently held at the park, so be sure to check out their Facebook page for events.
HARTWICK PINES has almost 10,000 acres for you to explore. Hartwick Pines State Park is the largest state park in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula. The forest trail leads you through natural white pines. Take time to tour the logging museum and take a step back in time as it depicts the life of…
Nice walking trails. Interesting history about lumbering. This area was known for its lumber, and sawmills.