Forest sounds—underbrush rustlings, nuthatches calling, leaves whispering—surround as you tread the path between re-created Ojibwe villages at this cultural exhibit. Small group tours can last 2.5 hours as volunteers explain how the Ojibwe used forest resources to survive outdoors, year-round. Birch bark roofs shed rain from bulrush-sided summer wigwams. Underground tubes carved from birch pipe in air to fuel fires, keeping windproof winter wigwams toasty. The trail ends at the sun-lit log gift shop—no electricity here—where locally made Ojibwe crafts (you’re on the Lac du Flambeau reservation) are sold.


2750 County H
Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538


45.97769200, -89.83345000
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(715) 588-3560

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