Civilian Conservation Corps Museum

11747 N. Higgins Lake Drive, North Higgins Lake State Park,
Roscommon, MI 48653
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The CCC Museum, located at North Higgins Lake State Park, tells the story of the more than 100,000 young Michigan men who were enrolled in the federal Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps. During the 1930s and the 1940s, CCC men lived in rural parts of the state, working on natural conservation projects. In the 1930s and 40s, Michigan CCC men planted 484 million trees in the state. The museum immerses visitors in the life of the CCC men, showing how they lived and worked at the camp. Many personal mementos from former CCC members are on display. The museum is open daily between Memorial Day and Labor Day, and by appointment in the off-season.
Interior of CCC museum
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