Burton Log Cabin

Posted on Sep 6, 2012 in Architecture, Burton Historic District | 1 comment

Burton Log Cabin

Settlers established Burton in 1798 — the first settlement in Ohio’s Geauga County.

To commemorate its history, establish a historical resource center and offer a firsthand look at maple syrup production, Burton Chamber of Commerce built this log cabin, opening its doors to tourists and residents in 1931. Owned and operated by the Burton Chamber of Commerce, The Burton Sugar Camp (log cabin) is a historic landmark open year-round.

Available to Buy Now at the Burton Log Cabin

Burton Log Cabin Sugar Camp Products
14590 E Park St Burton, OH 44021
(440) 834-4204

Or contact Janet to place an order.


11″x 17″ Print: $52.00
Set of 6 Notecards: $7.50

This pen and ink drawing by Janet, commemorating her local history, is her signature piece.

Burton Sugar Camp also called Burton Log Cabin

One Comment

  1. Nice pic-drawing-artwork… whatever you artsy folks call it. Lois likes her’s


  1. Downtown Burton | Janet Jacques - [...] Along with Burton’s church and library, Janet has also drawn the Burton Log Cabin. [...]

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