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Tom's Historic Logging Camp and Old Northwest Company Trading Post is located in the heavily wooded area of lofty spruce, balsam, birch and pine following the Scenic North Shore Drive of Lake Superior Scenic 61. The site features reproductions of an old logging camp with a Horse Barn, Blacksmith Shop, Harness Shop, Shoe Shop, Horseshoeing Stall, Bunkhouse, Cook Shanty and Finnish Sauna, each building authentically equipped. Visitors can ring the dinner bell or visit the Gravity House. The Knife River Fishing Museum has old boats, nets and other equipment used during the boom days of commercial fishing. Visitors can enjoy feeding the tame deer, pygmy goats, and rainbow trout.

Location: 5797 North Shore Drive, Duluth Minnesota 55804 Telephone 218-525-4120

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