Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center

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The Ralph A. MacMullen Conference Center Scenic Site (RAM Center) is a lodge and free-standing state park facility of the U.S. state of Michigan. Originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, it currently serves as a retreat center for nonprofit and public sector groups. It is located on the northern shores of Higgins Lake, near Roscommon, Michigan and between U.S. Route 127 and Interstate 75.

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The MacMullen Center was built in a rustic style with a fieldstone exterior. It has a capacity of 135.

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