I am glad I saw this exibit. The museum is set up in many small buildings on beautiful grounds overlooking one of the hundreds of lakes in the 6 million acre state park. I especially liked being able to experience the cabins and tents and lean to's typical of the area. There is also a good cafe there with views of the lake and lake islands. You can see the whole thing in two hours including having a snack and a rest in the cafe or along one of the trails.
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