Log Flume Heritage Site

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The Log Flume Heritage Site where remnants of the old log flume still stand and a trail leads down to Sherman Creek. The Sherman Creek Campground sits nearby. The site provides a snapshot of logging history with several interpretive displays along a minle-long,winding, wheelchair-accessible trails.

The flume was constructed in1920 and for the next two decades logs were floated down a flume from the CCC Camp Growden, 2 miles west of this site, to the Columbia River near the Sherman Fish Hatchery to be cut for sash at the White Pine Sash Mill.



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