Forest History Center

Grand Rapids, MN

Where are we going?

Forest History Center
2609 Co Rd 76
Grand Rapids
MN 55744
USA

218 327 4482

What is there to do?

The Forest History Center is a recreated turn-of-the-century logging camp.

After the exhibits, visit the logging camp where you'll find the camp blacksmith, saw filer, clerk, cook and lumberjacks. Then, board the moored river "wanigan," a floating cook shack used when the logs and men headed downstream to the mills. Then take a seat on the porch of a 1930s Minnesota Forest Service patrolman's cabin and lookout tower and hear about the ranger's important work protecting woodland resources.

Also features multi media exhibits within the visitor centre including a timber harvester siimulator, a forest fire presentation in the theatre and a special area just for kids with crawl through log, related books and games.

How much does it cost?

Adults: $9

Children: $6

Free Under: 5 years.

LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

2nd week of June through Labor Day Weekend: Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 5pm. Labor Day Weekend throug

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