Hartwick Pines State Park

4216 Ranger Rd.
Grayling, MI 49738- Map It
(989) 348-7068

AAA Editor Notes

Hartwick Pines State Park is 7 mi. n.e. on SR 93. The 9,672-acre park contains stands of virgin pine and hemlock. The Michigan Forest Visitor Center, a chapel, and reproductions of a kitchen, mess hall and workshop from an early logging camp and sawmill are on the grounds. The Hartwick Pines Logging Museum contains displays depicting the state’s 19th-century logging industry. Recreational activities include 20 miles of hiking trails, fishing, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and camping. Recreational activities are permitted.
Museum free. Park entry requires a Recreation Passport (valid for 1 year and allows entry into Michigan state parks) $11 (per private in-state vehicle); $5 (per in-state motorcycle); $31 (per private out-of-state vehicle). Nonresident single-day pass $9 (per private out-of-state vehicle).
Hours: Park open daily 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Museum open daily 10-6, Memorial Day-Labor Day; 9-4, May 1-day before Memorial Day and day after Labor Day-Oct. 31.