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The Corps of Engineers dam, located at the site of the Campground, controls the level of the entire Chain.

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Drive the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway to the south side of Crosslake on County Road 66. Turn into the Crosslake Corps of Engineers Campground.

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Originally called The Crosslake Store, this structure was the town’s first grocery store and a well-known landmark.

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The story goes... while logging in the northwoods of Minnesota, Paul Bunyan discovered the A-Pine Restaurant nestled under cenutry old red pines.

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Go inside the Information Center to find helpful guidebooks and maps for Breezy Point and Pequot Lakes- home of Paul Bunyan's fishing bobber.

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Located at the intersection of CSAH 3 and 11, this homestead was one of the first in the area. All that remains on the site today is a crumpled log building and a few household items.

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Today you see a unique condominium structure which is an example of architects designing school buildings across the nation that were transformed with other uses during the past several decades.

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Located across from Scandia North, the little church was originally the German Lutheran Church, later the Pequot Lakes Baptist Church.

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The owner invented the machinery to turn, tongue and groove, and notch the logs of his home.

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The fire tower is currently closed for safety reasons.

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