Frozen Pond

Explore the lives of the lumberjacks in their own words as you explore the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp, an authentic 1890’s logging camp reproduction. Learn about the industry that put Northern Wisconsin on the map and helped build America. You can even get your picture taken with Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox!

Getting Here

1110 E Half Moon Dr

Eau Claire Wisconsin 54703

Admission:

General Admission 

Adult: $8.00

Youth: $4.00 

Under 5: Free

Joint Tickets with Chippewa Valley Museum

Adult: $16

Youth: $7 

 

School Tours:

 

$3 per student 

Closed For The 2021 Season 

Wisconsin logging museum logo, state of Wisconsin in front of log slice background

Since 1934 the Wisconsin Logging Museum has invited visitors to step back in time to experience an age when Wisconsin Pine was filling out rivers and supplying a growing nation. Explore a real logging camp, learn about the men who lived in them, and learn about the trees that built cities all across the country.

The Wisconsin Logging Museum’s purpose is to display and preserve artifacts and documents from the logging industry and let visitors experience life in a logging camp to educate the public on the technology, history, and impact of the logging industry in the United States and, more specifically, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes
green and brown outlines of pine trees, various sizes