The historic town of Scotia is one of the few remaining company-owned towns that were once common throughout the country, and has successfully maintained its authentic lumber town atmosphere.
Surrounded by towering redwoods, Scotia was developed and constructed by the Pacific Lumber Company (PALCO) in the 1880s. The company made residential, commercial, and industrial buildings for its employees, making for a consistent and charming architectural style reminiscent of the period. Highlights include the Scotia Museum, which contains artifacts, displays, and photographs, the historic Scotia Inn on Main Street, and a fisheries exhibit.
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