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Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum

1110 Carson Park Drive

 History Comes Alive

Experience what life was like in an 1890s logging camp when you visit the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum, established in 1934.

Begin your tour with a short film in our Dale Syth Theatre. Our Interpretive Center features logging artifacts and memorabilia depicting the rugged camp life.
Step back in time when you explore our authentic logging camp buildings including:
1. Barn
2. Blacksmith Shop
3. Cook Shanty
4. Bunkhouse
5. Wanigan
6. Foreman's Office
7. Heavy Equipment Shed

Before searching for the perfect souvenir in our gift shop, you may want to take a stroll through the Big Cut Room to understand the impact logging had on our forests and wild life.
Kids of all ages will want to run to Paul's Tall Tales Room to play games and check out the interactive exhibits.


Angie Haats

Tuesday, May 1, 2018
This museum is a wonderful place! They have a visitors center which contains the gift shop, historical film theater, a childrens play area, and displays. There are also 4 "outside" buildings. They are all fully walkable and wheelchair accessible being connected by new sidewalks. Extra buildings include Lumberjack Cook Shanty/Bunk House, Heavy Equipment Shed, Barn, and Blacksmith Shop. All out buildings are stocked with accurate equipment and interactive displays that put you up close and personal with the history of the 1800s. What makes this museum completely worth the visit is the price! 7$ for adults and 4$ for kids aged 6-17 That's the cheapest Museum I've ever encountered!

Jennifer M. Wolf

Saturday, July 1, 2017
We had a lot of fun learning about the local logging history. Good for school age children and up. Our little ones were a bit too young to enjoy. The staff is very knowledgeable and passionate about the area.

Leon Wen

Wednesday, Sep. 6, 2017
we trying to have a tour in the Chippewa vally museum,but no luck they open in 1pm in the first day after labor day. So we walk around and Fred found us,he is a employee of the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum,very enthusiastic.And we had a nice tour after his guide. By Liang Wen from @fourseastudio in Facebook

Steve Wittorp

Thursday, April 12, 2018
Great Fun!


Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017
Learn about lumberjacks and how they lived.

Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media