Tahquamenon Logging Museum
Featured Upper Michigan Attractions
The Tahquamenon Logging Museum and Nature Study is located 1 1/2 miles north of Newberry, Michigan. Guests are welcomed to explore the museum, park and buildings throughout the property. Here you will find a fascinating collection of memorabilia and history from lumberjack days of old. Come and see the original C.C.C. buildings full of old photos, models and original logging equipment.
Civilian Conservation Corps
C.C.C. Statue Chapter #161 depicts the typical young C.C.C. worker. This beautiful sculpture was made in France and commemorates the dedication and spirit of the men who served in the civilian conservation corps. It is the only one of its kind here in Upper Michigan. Elegant and strong like the workers that it represents, the bronze statue was dedicated on June 22, 2002 at a special ceremony.
Eat a real lumberjack's breakfast in the Authentic Cook Shack located at the Tahquamenon Logging Museum property. Volunteers at the Tahquamenon Logging Museum cook these old fashion meals over a wood stove with homemade care and goodness. Stroll along the boardwalk and nature trail and see part of the Tahquamenon Forest. The Tahquamenon River is nestled along this beautiful trail, where blue herons, ducks, birds and other wildlife abound.
Learn more by visiting them on the web: www.tahquamenonloggingmuseum.org
Where your vacation begins “Naturally”!