Frontier Style On The Waterfront
The rustic cabin standing in Wyandotte's historic Bishop Park was built in 1942 to serve as a meeting place for the Old Timer’s Club. Originally located closer to the water front, the building was the headquarters for the Wyandotte Centennial in 1954. In 1991, following a petition drive to save the historic structure, the city turned the building over to the Cultural and Historical Commission. Outfitted for use, the Log Cabin is available for future generations to enjoy and can be rented the public for parties, picnics, and family gatherings.
Host Activities at the Old Timer’s Log Cabin
The Old Timer’s Log Cabin is used today for families celebrating birthdays, graduations, reunions, and other festive events. It can also be rented out to various non-profits, including scout groups, and religious and cultural organizations.
The Log Cabin is available for rental May 1st through October 31st each year. You can find the Log Cabin rental agreement below. Please call for rental availability.