Menominee Logging Museum

The Menominee Logging Camp Museum is the largest and most complete logging museum in the United States. Owned by the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, it is located on the Wild Wolf River at Grignon Rapids, just below Keshena Falls. The seven log buildings and more than 20,000 artifacts document one of Wisconsin's first industries - logging.

Hours of Operation

May-Oct: Mon-Thurs: 8am-4:30pm. Group tours and weekends by appointment.


About one mile north of Keshena, CTH VV just off Hwy 47.

History/Heritage Type

  • Early Industry

State Historic Sign Site

  • Yes