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Camp Grayling is a military training facility located near Grayling, Michigan, primarily in Crawford County, and spread over three counties. Camp Grayling is the main training facility for the Michigan National Guard and is the largest US National Guard training facility in the United States.
Camp Grayling was founded in 1913 on an initial grant of land from Grayling lumber baron Rasmus Hanson to the state for military training. It includes 147,000 acres (590 km2) in Crawford, Kalkaska and Otsego counties. Troops first started training at Camp Grayling in 1914.