Hammond Station House

Open to the public

Currently used as a(n) Marine Research Facility

The Hammond Station House was built in 1876

This 1875 Station House was designed by Francis W. Chandler


This station building's condition is Good


This station building has been Unaltered


This station building is not endangered or threatened

Station closed in 1946. Station buildings were occupied by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service under a 1951 permit from the Coast Guard. Transferred to the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Department of the Interior in 1971 and is the Hammond Bay Biological Station.

Station house has numerous additions but the original section is largely unaltered on the exterior.


Open to the public  - By Appointment

11188 Ray Road
Millersburg MI 49759

(989) 734-4768