Information

This museum is actually a cabin built in the mid-1930s that housed forest rangers for 20 years. Its interior remains like a house with furnishings, kitchen implements, etc. Two rooms have exhibits on the history of Priest Lake with photos and artifacts about logging, fires, animals in the area, early steamboats and silent film maker Nell Shipman. Videos of Shipman's films are available for sale.

Location

Northern Idaho, N. of Priest River at Priest Lake

Directions

West shore of Priest Lake, .5 mi. south of Luby Bay Campground

Nearest City

Priest Lake

Street Address

38 W Lakeshore Dr
Priest Lake ID, 83856

Mailing Address

4777 W Lakeshore Rd
Priest River ID, 83856

Attraction Type(s)

Seasons

Summer

Hours

Memorial Day-Labor Day, Tues-Sun, 10am-4pm

Fees

Donations welcome

Facilities

Boating Facilities, Campsites, Dump Station, Food Service, Fuel, Gift Shop, Handicap Access, Parking, Restrooms, Visitor Center

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