Tahquamenon Logging Museum

The Tahquamenon Logging Museum and River Walk hold an engaging logging history at one of the prominent historical sites in Michigan, both hosting a wide variety of things to do. With the original buildings and artifacts of past lumberjack times, you will be taken back to an important time in American and Upper Peninsula history. Offering exhibits that showcase lumberjack lifestyle, you will feel connected to the rich heritage found here in the history of logging. After visiting this Michigan history museum make your way to the nature trail and take the boardwalk over a swamp, through the forest to the banks of the mighty Tahquamenon River. Take the time to discover a piece of UP history and American Heritage and enjoy the natural setting at the Tahquamenon Logging Museum and River Walk. With Luce County Historical Museum a short two miles away and Hamilton Lake three miles away, a trip to the Museum offers plenty of things to do!

  • Recreational Offerings:
    • Hiking
    • Birding
  • Handicap Access
  • Fees:
    • Adults $5, Children $2, Under 5 Free
  • Hours of Operation:
    • Daily 10-5
    • Memorial Day – Labor Day
  • Contact:

Dig in to a tall stack at a true lumberjack breakfast cooked in cast-iron over a wood stove in the Authentic Cookshack!

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Tahquamenon Scenic Byway Map

Luce County Historical Museum
Distance: 2 miles
Travel Time: 3 Minutes

Hamilton Lake Natural Area
Distance: 3 miles
Travel Time: 5 Minutes

Eckerman Pond
Distance: 29 miles
Travel Time:34 Minutes