Symbol of Our Heritage
The Erik Lindgren Home stands as a monument to the skilled log home builders who constructed
it and the dedicated Society volunteers who helped save it. The 1922 cedar home and its outlying
buildings house an array of artifacts of western frontier life...plus some unique to Finnish pioneers.
The Lindgren Home is honored as America's foremost example of a hand-hewn cabin. Society hosts and
hostesses open its doors to visitors weekends and holidays each summer as handcrafted demonstrations
and warm Finnish hospitality bring the spirit of the past alive.
Erik Lindgren Pioneer Home
Cullaby Lake County Park
89990 Hawkins Rd.
Warrenton, OR 97146
From U.S. Highway 101, turn East onto Cullaby Lake Lane (south of Warrenton, north of Gearhart).
Follow Cullaby Lake Lane for one-quarter mile; turn right onto Hawkins Road.
Stay on Hawkins Road until it ends at Cullaby Lake Park (about a half-mile).
The Lindgren Cabin is on the right hand side.
Open weekends and holidays mid-June to mid-September
A $3.00 Day Use Fee is required upon entering the Park and includes admission to the Lindgren cabin.
Visit our Research & Publications page for a free copy of
The Pioneer Finnish Home, the Finnish-American Historical Society of the West illustrated publication
detailing the construction and preservation of the historic Lindgren Pioneer Home.
The publication is available in PDF and eBook formats.