The City of Grayling is a small community located in northern Lower Michigan, in Crawford County that began as a logging town. Grayling is home to both seasonal and permanent residents, and housing large employers such as Marcy Hospital-Grayling and Camp Grayling. While the city encompasses just over two square miles, the greater Grayling area offers a multitude of recreational opportunities, and as such, the city benefits from an abundant tourist-oriented economy. Grayling draws on its accessibility, natural features and strong community spirit as it continues to grow. With direct access from I-75 and M-72, Grayling proclaims to be the “Gateway to the North,” Located on the world famous AuSable River and surrounded by majestic natural features, Grayling is a destination for its recreational trails, pristine rivers, historical significance and vast open spaces for residents, travelers and tourists. Ready to invest? Check out opportunities below and head over to the city's online developer resources guide to get started.
Greetings from Grayling
Grayling is a quaint four-season community in Michigan that's home to the beautiful Au Sable River. With an active downtown and an easily accessible business loop, Grayling has a lot offer with something for everyone.