Join Interpretive Naturalist Michelle Fournier to get a glimpse into what it was like for Ojibwa Indians to live in a wigwam along the Pine River several hundred years ago. The lodge will be toasty warm with a small fire inside. See traditional tools used for hunting and preparing wild game, learn about the fur trade and see plants used for making cordage and baskets. If there is enough snow, we’ll play a game of snow snakes.
FREE | All ages, under 18 w/adult