I was very surprised at the logging history of Michigan which is shown at Hartwick Pines. There is a very nice indoor presentation as well as a logging camp that gives you an idea of what was used to log the state of Michigan. The careless stripping of the original forest led to intense fires that sterilized the land where areas are denuded of trees and the century old stumps still remain. The park also boasts of one of the last stands of virgin timber. Don't pass this out of the way park.
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