This old log cabin was built south of Cassopolis with logs donated by local citizens. It was built in 1923 to honor the pioneers that settled in the area. It was meant to be a temporary structure for a Pioneer Day celebration, but it has stood next to the shores of Stony Lake for almost a century. It operates as a museum during the summer months.
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