This is a 1914 working sawmill museum and is a must see. The volunteer docents were wonderful, very knowledgeable, and shared their knowledge with all the visitors. The engines are only fired up 4 times a year (when the mill is open to the public). It is free to go on the tour, but donations are gladly accepted, and very well deserved. There is also a picnic lunch available for purchase - choices of hambugers, hot dogs, kraut dogs, chicken sandwiches, grilled cheese, several different sides, soft drinks, coffee, etc. and all at reasonable prices. Check the website for dates for 2020.