Hartwick Pines State Park is a large and beautiful state park offering a variety of lodging, recreational, and educational opportunities!
The Hartwick Pines Visitor Center, at Hartwick Pines State Park, draws thousands of visitors, campers and school children each year to see one of Michigan’s last stands of majestic old-growth pine forest.
For many visitors, Hartwick Pines is a mystical place, offering a serene escape from the modern world, and the year-round, fully accessible visitor center is a gateway to the towering pine forest and the Hartwick Pines Logging Museum that helps us remember when “White Pine Was King.”
The Logging Museum opens the 1st of May. The Visitor Center is open during the winter on weekends and will be open 7 days a week around mid-April.
Visit Friends of Hartwick Pines State Park website for more information on the park and it’s events and programs: www.HartwickPines.org
Visitor's Center & Logging Museum
3612 State Park Dr.
Grayling, MI 49738
Contact Name: Denise Dawson