AAA Editor Notes
Lang Pioneer Village Museum, 10 km (6 mi.) e. on Hwy. 7, then 6 km (4 mi.) s. on CR 34 (Heritage Line), following signs, is a re-created pioneer village with more than 20 restored 19th-century buildings. The complex on the Indian River recalls the early settlement days of the area and includes log houses, a general store, print and carpenter shops, a hotel, blacksmith shop, tinsmith shop and school.
Costumed interpreters demonstrate such period tasks as baking and weaving, and the Lang Grist Mill has been operating since 1846. A museum/visitor center is on the grounds, which also feature herb and vegetable gardens and farm animals. Special events held throughout the year include corn roastings, cider making, harvest festivals and heritage Christmas. Special days feature wagon rides, musicians and craftspersons.
Picnicking is permitted.