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 Tahquamenon Logging Museum

(Museum tours – Camping - Nature trail)

Open 7 days May 24th thru October 5th, 10am - 5pm

Phone # (906 293-3700)



Site of the Logging Museum's popular “Lumberjack Breakfast”


     The Tahquamenon Logging Museum is located amidst one of the most beautiful sections of the Tahquamenon River , just one mile north of Newberry on M-123. They offer a very uniquely interesting look back into the heyday of Michigan's great logging era. Children and adults alike enjoy strolling through the old buildings, where one is inspired by the spirit of a by-gone era. The museum also holds special events which include an old-time music festival, an authentic lumberjack breakfast, and more throughout the year. Other activities that you can enjoy during your visit here include picnicking, camping, and a nature study trail which includes a boardwalk to a spectacular view of the Tahquamenon River. Your pets are welcome on a leash, but no pets are allowed in the buildings or where food is being served. If you would also like to arrange for a canoe or kayak trip before or after your visit, please contact The Woods Canoe & Kayak Rental at (906) 203-7624. Call The Logging Museum at (906) 293-3700 for more information on camping, or about taking a tour of the museum.


Tour prices:

Children 6 years and under – FREE

Children 7-12 years - $2.00

Over 12 years - $5.00


     Note: Receive a 20% off entry fee of the Tahquamenon Logging Museum coupon when you take a canoe or kayak trip with The Woods


For directions, please see the details below:

Tahquamenon Logging Museum

7964 N. M-123

Newberry, MI 49868





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     Camping is an enjoyable family experience at the Tahquamenon Logging Museum. During your stay you can also include the museum tour which will allow you full access to all of the interesting exhibits. If you plan on doing some fishing, the most common fish species in this section of the river are walleye, pike, perch, musky, and panfish. Below is a picture of the museum grounds which shows where the designated campsites are located. Also is a copy of the registration form if you wish to fill it out ahead of time, and a calender of events.

Camping prices:

Tent or camper without electric - $10.00

Tent or camper with electric - $15.00

Other amenities on site:


Restrooms/no shower


Gift shop

Within one mile:






Check out time is 2pm!



 Map of Logging Museum Gounds and Camping


     Schedule a canoe or kayak trip that begins or ends at the Tahquamenon Logging Museum, or choose it as a stop-over point for a multi-day trip. See more information about a 2 day trip along with a map here. Call The Woods “Tahquamenon River” Canoe & Kayak Rental at (906) 203-7624 for more information.



 “2017” Calendar of Events


                                                                      March 11th – 35th Woodchoppers Ball at American Legion Hall
                                                                      May 26th - Museum opens for the season 7 days a week-10 am-5 pm
                                                                      May 27th   & 28th - Lumberjack Breakfast - All you can eat - 7 a.m.- Noon

                                                                      June 24th -   Lumberjack Breakfast
                                                                      July 22nd & 23rd  - Lumberjack Breakfast & Country/Polka Music Festival
                                                                      August 26th & 27th - Lumberjack Breakfast & Country/Polka Music Festival
                                                                      September 23rd  - 7 a.m. - Noon Lumberjack Breakfast                  
                                                                      September 30th- Museum closes for the season.

                                                                            THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT THE PAST 36 YEARS!!




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