The log cabin with its natural look is the central attraction at the Maynard Pioneer Museum and Park, but in 1979 it was about to be torn down and destroyed on its original site on Hwy 328 East of Maynard. Then the local citizens had a dream. The cabin was taken apart log by log, numbered, moved and reconstructed as the Maynard Pioneer Museum on the park grounds located on Highway 328 West at Spring St. in Maynard. Every relic in the museum reflects the personal use of our forefathers who lived in this area in the late 1800Ó³ and early 1900Ó³. Every year between 5,000 and 8,000 people turn out for a three day festival during “Maynard Pioneer Days”.
328 W. Spring St.