We stopped in on whim, as we were passing by on the way to Bend. A logging museum seemed like a silly, Oregon thing to do. Turns out, my kids LOVED it. Beautiful area, tons of equipment and a historic log cabin village to explore. Was a pleasant, self-guided, peaceful activity that I daresay was a nice counterpart to our hectic, overcrowded Crater Lake National Park experience. We did not go to the campsite side, but the creek and foot bridge were lovely. A Collier State Park drawstring bag is accompanying my 14yr old through the rest of the Texas summer as a memento of her trip.
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