MONTMORENCY COUNTY MICHIGAN
|Size: 555 Square Miles|
|Elevation: 700-1300 Feet|
|Physiography: Hill-Lands, Rolling Plains|
|Growing Season: 80-120 days|
|Annual Precipitation: 28-29 inches|
|Average Snowfall: 70-90 inches|
|Forest Type: Aspen-Birch, Oak-Hickory, Maple-Beech-Hemlock|
|Fall Colors: Late September - Early October|
The dense forest of Montmorency County allowed logging towns to prosper.
At one time there were nine post offices, today there are three. The county has
many resorts and campgrounds. Famous for Michigan Elk herds wit about five to six hundred remaining.
Each year in Lewiston the archery festival is
held in the summer.