Field Trips: Forest History Center
Discover the past, present, and future of Minnesota’s forests at a 1900 logging camp and through action-packed environmental learning programs.
Field trip options
Once Upon a Forest
Introduces youngsters to “the healthy forest.” Children meet forest creatures, learn how humans use the forest, and how each of them can help preserve a healthy forest.
Logging Camp Tours
Immerse students in the life and times of Minnesota lumberjacks. Costumed interpreters and an authentically recreated 1900 logging camp bring history to life in a discovery learning experience. Adaptable to students of all grades.
All programs support state of Minnesota academic standards in social studies.
2609 County Road 76
Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
- $8 per student, $80 minimum group fee
- District staff free
- One free adult per 10 students. Additional chaperones will be invoiced at the same rate as the students.
- Admission costs are for anyone age 4 and over
No payment will be accepted the day of the field trip. All schools will be invoiced after their trip. For more information see our Program Policies.