This eighteen hundreds log cabin rests in the 450 acre Black Partridge State Park in Illinois. In addition to other amenities, the park features extensive hiking and mountain bike trials. More than 8 miles of trails in total!
The Crown Jewel
But, if you ask me the cabin is the crown jewel of Black Partridge State Park. Tucked into the edge of forest at the head of two trails, Lee Log Cabin is a beauty. This historic timber log cabin was built in near by Worth Township in the year of 1836 by John Amsler. More than a century later in 1984 the cabin was moved by the Woodford County Historical Society to the Black Partridge. The Historical Society restored the log cabin and maintains it to this day. The 1800s cabin can be toured on Sunday afternoons May through October. And it available on seasonal Pioneer Day Events
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