The Corps of Engineers dam, located at the site of the Campground, controls the level of the entire Chain.
Drive the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway to the south side of Crosslake on County Road 66. Turn into the Crosslake Corps of Engineers Campground.
Go inside the Information Center to find helpful guidebooks and maps for Breezy Point and Pequot Lakes- home of Paul Bunyan's fishing bobber.
A ‘storybook babbling brook’, this little stream flows out of Ossawinamakee Lake and into the Pine River which eventually reaches the Mississippi.
Pine Lake, on the east side of CSAH 3, can be seen traveling either direction.
On the south side of CSAH 11 is Nickel Road which winds along the north shore of Rice Lake.
Rice Lake, one of the few remaining natural wildlife lakes in the area, is home to a variety of fur bearers, watefowl, and reptiles.
The main water artery into the Whitefish Chain, the Pine River flows into Upper Whitefish Lake just a few miles from this location. Travelers will appreciate the bridge with ‘view through’ sides.
The site of a disastrous fire, this 77.5 acre tract was reforested in 1958. On the southside of the road, travelers can drive down the nostalgic dirt trail through the woods.
On the north side, a hiking trail and parking area lend themselves to a longer woods experience. A perfect spot for some photos.