Byway Bylines

Lots of families come to the US Army Corps of Engineers Campground in Crosslake every summer. But, this summer a BIG family is here and they’ll be hanging around all summer long!

The Crosby-Ironton kindergartners learned a little more about Paul Bunyan last Thursday and Friday, May 19 and 20, during their spring field trip to the US Army Corps of Engineers

Paul Bunyan was an invited guest-reader at the March 31 Pajama Night at the Pequot Lakes Library.

Paul Bunyan has always loved parades. From high-stepping marches through the great pine forests during the heyday of logging to parading through America’s literary fascination with

Colonel Michael Price, US Army Corps of Engineers St. Paul District Commander, visited the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway on August 5.  He assumed command of the St. Paul District on July 2, 2010.

Twenty three students at Eagleview Elementary School have been treated differently than the rest over the past few weeks.  They’ve been treated like…well, just like a group of winners ought

Part 2: the School Connection

Most people don’t know that Paul Bunyan wasn’t only a giant of a lumberjack, but he was also a fine poet. In fact, he probably was the best lumberjack poet who ever lived.

There are fourteen interpretive panel kiosk sites along the 54 miles of the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway.

This summer, the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association, along with the Lake Country Scenic Byway Association in the Walker/Detroit Lakes area, has teamed up with th