Algonquin Logging Museum

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  • Mid-May to Thanksgiving, daily 10 am-6 pm
  • Park permit - vehicle permit $10/day or a campground permit

Visitors to this indoor/outdoor site can learn about Algonquin Park's logging history from the 1830s to the present. The museum features a 3/4 mile long trail with a log chute and dam, an alligator tugboat, a camboose shanty, a historical railway engine, a sawlog camp, a blacksmith shop and antique logging equipment. A guidebook is available at the museum for the trail. The museum also offers slideshows and interpretive walks in July and August.


Type: Specialized Collection | Historic Building