Tyoga Pathway

1.4 mile loop takes hikers around the onetime village around the lumber mill and general store. They were built in 1906 by the Tyoga Lumber Company, from Pennsylvania. The townsite's location was deduced by two U.P. history buffs. 22 interpretive signs with photographs are installed around the loop. Wear waterproof footgear; it's wet here in summer.

Tyoga Pathway Web Site

Contact Information


Escanaba River State Forest

M-28 & Campground Road

AuTrain, MI 49806

Driving Directions

Phone: (906) 346-9201

Location of Tyoga Pathway

Map of Michigan