Hop on board the Lumberjack Steam Train and get ready to learn the history of Wisconsin in a fun way!
The Camp Five Museum is a nationally registered place and living history museum especially catered to children. This museum aims to promote, educate, and interpret the history of forest industry, logging, and transportation history in Wisconsin. It is located in the town of Laona in Forest County, Wisconsin.
Established in 1969, this 4-acre museum features a logging and forestry museum, on-site displays of logging equipments, petting zoo, small caf?, museum souvenir shop, and nature center. The main attraction is the two museum tours: a riverboat tour, and forestry tour, which lasts for 20 minutes. Visitors can access the museum via the historic Lumberjack Steam Train, an iconic steam excursion train built in 1916 originally as a forestry transport train.