Check out the actual cabin and details of the life of Dorothy Malter at this museum. Don't miss the root beer. My 13-year old daughter loved it.
we went after labor day, they did not post the new sunday hours on the big sign, but when we went back there was a small sign around the corner on the door. dissappointing. would have loved to see the whole thing. really nice how it is set in the trees.
You can't beat the root beer and it's a quintesential BWCA experience!! The museum gives you a true look into what it looks like to TRULY live in the wilderness and the woman who did it! You can also see pictures of Julia Roberts at age 17 when she and her youth group visited Dorothy's cabin! Make sure to watch... More
We are first time visitors to Ely and stopped by this wonderful site after our first canoe trip on the Boundary Waters. We were captivated by the story of Dorothy and her life on a remote island. The three ladies who were working were very friendly, and we especially enjoyed listening to our tour guide who was a personal friend... More
It's second best to see old Dorothy's historic cabin pulled out of the BWCA where it was an institution as a kid. But still good to know its being preserved for future kids to hear the tale
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