Museum In The Park At Chief Logan State Park

Museum In The Park At Chief Logan State Park

Museum in the Park exhibits photography of life in coal-mining towns and artifacts relating to the tragic 1972 Buffalo Creek flood.

The museum is located in Chief Logan State Park, four miles north of Logan on State Route 10.

The 3,300-acre Chief Logan State Park is one of the most visited parks in the state’s system. It features a new $8.5 million conference and convention center, as well as a campground, outdoor amphitheater and wildlife center.