The Museum is now CLOSED for the 2019 Season. Thanks to ALL of our Visitors. Hope to see you in 2020 our 40th year!
- 2020 Schedule
- June 27th Annual Live Auction
- July 17th 1st day of the 40th Annual Logging Festival
- July 17th Little Mr. & Miss Woodchip
- July 18th Logging Parade
- July 18th 2nd Day of the 40th Annual Logging Festival
- Lumberjack & Lumberjill Competition, Bean Hole Dinner, Artists, Crafters, Children's Activities & more
- October 3rd, 28th Annual Apple Festival
Our Mission and Vision Statement: To preserve the rich cultural heritage of forestry and conservation in the State of Maine so that it may be shared with generations to come; to educate about the contributions of logging, logging families, and the forestry industry; to instill appreciation for the natural resources of the Maine forest; and to inspire visitors to support this cultural preservation and encourage others to join in the effort.
We welcome large groups and bus tours! To schedule a museum presentation and a special time for your group visit, please contact us to make arrangements. Special rates apply for group tours.
Maine Forestry Museum memberships are a great way to support the Museum! Benefits include a 10% discount in the gift shop on our items and free entry for your family and friends into the Museum by showing your membership card.
Individual Membership cost $15.00
Family Membership cost $30.00
Sustaining Membership cost $100.00
Donations of any amount are gratefully accepted.
Maine Forestry Museum is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.
Your donation is tax deductible.
Your donation helps us to keep our doors open to share this vital history of the Maine woods with every visitor that comes through our doors!
Phone: (207) 864-3939
By Mail: P.O. Box 154, Rangeley, ME 04970
Delivery Address or Directions:
221 Stratton Road, Route 16, Rangeley, ME 04970
Maine Forestry Museum is located at 221 Stratton Road, Rangeley Maine
(Formerly Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum)