Free Parking l Free Admission
Located on the north side of Krull Park, this cabin is a museum honoring the legacy of The Niagara County Pioneer Association, a group dedicated to celebrating and preserving pioneer life on the 19th century "frontier" of Niagara County, NY.
Each year this group hosted a picnic in the Pine Grove at Krull Park in Olcott Beach, NY. On August 8, 1888; with picnic attendance estimated at 10,000, the Association dedicated a Log Cabin to be their ceremonial home and store and display artifacts.
The Log Cabin that stands today is a recreation of that cabin, and free and open to all, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 5pm, June 1 through September 9.