If you don't have a state park pass, it will cost $11 for a Michigan played vehicle.
The museum's aimed to educate on history of logging (thorough), native trees, threats to them, birds, and animals (kids thought the display on the dozen plus types of scat was both funny and cool). The have various pelts kids can touch, Bird sounds, and a couple other "hands"items kids will play with.
Now there is 2 separate parts to the museum. The main one is the first right past the gate and then up the stairs in the parking lot you come to (1/4 mile from the right turn?). It has some logging info but covers a myriad of info.
The 2nd one has some hands on displays, full size mock up of The equipment used to move logs and build winter paths and a small display mill.
The 2nd one you can drive to but it is quicker and a nice walk down a paved path through the woods. Just go out the back door of the museum, immediately turn left, go about 20', and turn right. The path is the same as a typical golf cart path. Turn left a at sign for log museum. 3/8 of a mile. They have a guided tour (not scheduled. .. look for the guy in RED).
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