An Icelandic immigrant couple, Magnus and Ingibjorg Magnusson settled in this area in 1895. By 1914, their home became a stopping point for other settlers and travellers. As result, it was the Magnusson’s that had founded the community of Magnusville and have over 300 descendants.
The Magnusson’s Fishing Station & Ice House (the picture you see before you) stood here. Like most old wooden buildings, they eventually disappear, so this frame structure now sits in its place.
Its amazing how something as simple as this structure can hold a story that will last for generations to come.