Welcome to the North Log Cabin! This historical cabin dates from just after the American Revolutionary War.  it was built ajust west of the intersection of Conlon and Searles Roads, then was disassembled and rebuilt three times over two centuries.  It can now be viewed at the entrance to Lansing NY's Myers Park.


The North Log Cabin is being reassembled entirely with contributions.  Donations are still needed! Click here to learn how you can contribute to restoring Lansing's 1791 log cabin. Click here to contact us.

Lansing's 1791 Log Cabin Ressurected

Friday, 22 May 2009 ImageAll of a sudden the North Log Cabin has gone from a pile of logs with an uncertain future to a whirlwind of activity.  Lansing Community Council President Ed LaVigne met with Town Councilman Bud Shattuck and McCarthy Building Companies' Pete Peters to talk about progress on getting the 1791 cabin restored.  The North cabin is the oldest log cabin in Tompkins and Cayuga Counties.

"We have money, we have material, we're focussed," LaVigne said.  "We've got June to raise the money, July to put it together, and August to celebrate."

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