For buildings of the same name in other Tropico games, see Logging Camp.
Logging camps are resource buildings in Tropico 3 and Tropico 4. They're used to cut down nearby trees and haul them off as logs, which can be sold as exports immediately, processed into lumber at a lumber mill, or further processed into furniture at a furniture factory.
Logging operations are considered detrimental to the island's natural beauty by the Environmentalists and they'll be unhappy as long as any logging camps are present on the island.
- Tool Shed: Builds a shed for housing logging tools in for $3,000, allowing trees to be cut down 60% faster and more efficiently.
- Horticulture Shack: Builds a miniature horticulture station for $1,500, helping trees that get cut down to regrow twice as fast as before.
- Clear Cut: The lumberjacks cut down any and all trees around the camp.
- Selective Harvest: The lumberjacks only cut down a select number of trees. This halves production but also halves pollution.