Oscoda, Michigan: Lumbermen's Monument

Three bronze lumberjacks, nine feet tall. Dedicated to the thousands of lumbermen who have chopped and sawed their way through Michigan.
Address:
Monument Rd, Oscoda, MI
Directions:
15 miles west of Oscoda on the River Road Scenic Byway, then north to Cooke Dam Pond on Monument Rd.
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Lumbermen's Monument

This is a monument that has been set up kind of like a museum. It is dedicated to all the thousands of lumbermen who serviced Michigan, particularly the multitude of rivers in Iosco County. It is well worth the stop.

[Ann & Matt Aldrich, 07/03/1999]

Oscoda also has a Paul Bunyan statue, a tribute to James MacGillivary, author of Bunyan tales, who was a town native and is buried there.

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