& Old Northwest Company Trading Post
Bill & Lauren Weckman
5797 North Shore Drive
Duluth, MN 55804
Phone: (218) 525-4120

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Logging History

Books have been written, stories told, and motion pictures made of the Historic Logging Camp days when rugged men and tough animals fought the bitter cold and heavy snow to harvest the mighty forests of Northern Minnesota. Today the camps and horses and most of the men are gone. Machines, power saws, trucks, etc. have taken their place. An era has ended. We have restored the past for your pleasure and education in Tom's Logging Camp. Our camp offers an authentic duplicate of a typical Northern Minnesota Logging Camp, with all the building and articles, original tools and equipment from that by-gone era.

Tom's Logging Camp Sandwich Shop!
  • Tom's sandwich shop right across the parking lot from our gift shop. We are serving sandwiches featuring meat that we bake ourselves served on locally made artisan breads with a large choice of fixings. Potato salad or cole slaw is included.
  • We also make many kinds of homemade soup using our own recipes.
  • What self respecting family place would leave out the ice cream. We serve several flavors of Blue Bunny ice cream, so stop in and enjoy the many things we have to offer.

Enjoy Shopping!

Stop by our Old Northwest Company Trading Post for great values on the entire line of quality Men's, Women's and Children moccasins, jewelry, incense, incense burners and cribbage boards!

Tom's Logging Camp & Trading Post
museum and gift shop

are open 9am - 5pm, 7 days a week
thru the last weekend of October ... and our
sandwich shop open thru the 3rd weekend of October

Please call 218-525-4120 for more information.

We're easy to find...just look for our brown and yellow road signs a quarter of a mile past the Sucker River on the North Shore Scenic Drive!

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