There’s a log cabin in Creemore that wants to tell a story. Built in the 1870’s from local trees, the cabin was home to the Scarrows and their ten children. Moved from its original location at the edge of the village, today the cabin is the area’s last surviving log residence. Visit the Creemore Log Cabin on Library Street and find out about the lives of the first settlers in Clearview County. Just how difficult was it to make a home in the Southern Georgian Bay wilderness? What were the challenges? What were the rewards? Join History Hosts at the cabin every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. until Thanksgiving. 

Photo: southgeorgianbay.ca