Camp Grayling Officer’s Club
Merry Meredith, Manager
311 Howe Rd., Camp Grayling, MI 49739
How many staff/volunteers do you employ?
Built in 1917, the Camp Grayling Officer’s Club, and the land of which it is constructed, were given to the State of Michigan by Rasmus Hanson, a successful Grayling businessman, who made his fortune in the white pine forests. In 1913, he also donated 13,760 acres of land to the state for training the militia, which became known as the Hanson Grant.
What service does your business provide?
The Camp Grayling Officer’s Club is first and foremost a gathering place for military officers to relax and socialize. We offer a full-service bar with a limited food menu. Additionally, we provide catering for special events and meeting space for small and large events.
What is a service that you provide that people may not know?
The Officer’s Club has 10 rooms located upstairs for overnight stay, which may be rented by officers. The large ballroom is used for wedding receptions, retirement parties, and other social events. If sponsored by an officer, this room is available for rent by non-military members as well. The Officer’s Club also operates a 65-site recreational vehicle park for service members and retirees of all rank.
What is a unique fact about your business that people may not know?
In 1980, the Camp Grayling Officer’s Club was designated as a historical site by the State of Michigan. Fun Fact: the Officer’s Club is rumored to be haunted.
Additional information you wish to share:
The Officer’s Club is open from April 1 – October 31 each year. If you are interested in renting the ballroom or other portions of the Officer’s Club for an event, please feel free to contact Merry Meredith at 989-348-9033.