The Tahquamenon Logging Museum
Closed for the 2020 Season due to Covid19

This designated State Historic Site is located on M-123 just north of Newberry.

Situated on 29 acres on the shores of the Tahquamenon River, the museum features artifacts from Michigan's early days of lumbering. Facilities include an authentic cook shack, original C.C.C. building, music pavilion, picnic area, nature trail, boardwalk and Gift Shop.

Take a tour of the museum, see a slide presentation of early logging in Michigan, view the many artifacts, visit an original family dwelling, take a walk down the nature trail and stroll the boardwalk which takes you to a spectacular view of the Tahquamenon River.

Located about 1 mile north of downtown Newberry on M-123.
Phone 906-293-3700 or Evenings: 906-293-5777 for more information.

Join us for one of our delicious Lumberjack Breakfasts cooked on the old wood stove and served in the Cook Shack. Breakfast includes bacon, eggs, homemade sausage, pancakes, and fried potatoes.

 Call the Tahquamenon Logging Museum at 906-293-5777 for additional information.


Historic Photos of Grandpa Murphy's Logging Camp, Newberry, MI 1919.

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Photo: Logging Museum in the winter by Mark Bolen

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