The Civilian Conservation Corps Museum is located in North Higgins Lake State Park near Roscommon, 15 miles south of Grayling, along Roscommon Road. Exit from I-75 or U.S. 127 Housed in a replica of Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) barracks, this museum preserves the history of young men who served in the CCC in Michigan during the Great Depression (1933-1942). In an effort to “put Americans back to work,” the CCC enrolled over 100,000 young Michigan men to perform a variety of conservation and reforestation projects. Open Memorial Day - Labor Day, the museum is open daily 10 am to 4:30 pm. Recreation passport required for entry to the park.
11747 N. HIggins Lake Drive
North Higgins Lake State Park
Roscommon, MI 48653
Phone: (989) 348-2537
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