This cabin sits on the former site of where a Mr. John Sly lived back in the late 1800's. His original cabin had burnt to the ground. John used to log much of the Devil's Glen Gorge. The cabin that is here now was brought over from a native homestead on Manitoulin Island to commemorate John Sly. It is now used as a stopover (most likely to warm up) for cross country/snowshoe trail users as it sits off of a cross country trail in the Devil's Glen Provincial Park. Not much is in the cabin except a picnic table and engraved names all over the walls. Very nice hiking trails! This can be found on the Bruce Trail.
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1965 Cabin Created by: historicallycultural
Status: Abandoned Category: Other
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