Tahquamenon Logging Museum - Newberry, Michigan

1 mile north of Newberry on M-123

This was a crew at a logging camp in the early 1900s.

Come to the Tahquamenon Logging Museum, north of Newberry on M-123 and see much more about these camps
and the means that were used to get big timber out of the woods and to the mills.


The Tahquamenon Logging Museum would like to thank the Michigan Arts & Culture Council for their support
over the years. Their support has enabled TLM to bring in talented entertainers to TLM for our summer festivals
each year. Also, MACC has given TLM a grant this year to help pay for re-siding the McGruer House
with cedar lap siding. Their support has been of great benefit to our community. Bringing folks
to the museum helps us teach our public about the rich history and culture of our community.

Thank You MACC!

MAAC Plaque

Current Events:

Past Events:

Music Festival/Lumberjack Breakfast - 7 am to Noon - July 26-27, 2014

Music Festival/Lumberjack Breakfast - 7 am to Noon - August 23-24, 2014

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