Rhinelander Logging Museum
About Us :
Located in Rhinelander, the Home of the Hodag, the Logging Museum is the only authentic logging camp in Northern Wisconsin. Here, you can go back to a time that has long been forgotten, the days of Boom Sticks, Bullwhackers, Cant hooks, Tote Roads, and Cook Shanties. The Rhinelander Logging Museum is a true to life replica of a lumber camp from the 1870's, when Northern Wisconsin was still a virgin forest. The Logging museum is a perfect way to start your Northwoods vacation.
The Museum is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 10-A.M. to 5-P.M. daily. There is no admission charge, but donations are greatly appreciated. Don't forget your cameras.
Rhinelander Logging Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media