Take a guided tour of the recreated logging camp where story themes change often. Meet the blacksmith, saw filer, bull cook, clerk and lumberjacks. See draft horses demonstrate feats of strength during cross-hauling and jammer shows as lumberjacks load logs onto sleighs. After the tour, take a short walk to the moored river "wanigan," a floating cook shack and bunkhouse used by river drivers when moving logs downriver to the mills. During the summer, 60 minute guided tours are offered daily at 10:45 a.m., noon and 1:15 p.m. From September through December please call for information about dates and times when the logging camp will be open.
Patrolman's Cabin and Fire Tower
Take a seat on the porch of a 1930s forest service patrolman's cabin and hear about the work of protecting and managing woodland resources. Then climb 100 feet to the top of the fire tower and learn about how rangers spotted fires and communicated where they were burning.