Site Highlights

By Paul Boblett, Editor

'...While it was created in part to help fund biking shoulders, the byway has become more than that. It’s a unifying force among several separate but neighboring communities."

The historic DNR fire tower on CSAH 11 will be closed to climbers until structural repairs have been assessed and implemented.

The Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens, in the second phase of construction, is awaiting installation in early July of new and fun statuary illustrating the uniqueness of each variety of gardens.

Hi folks. Paul Bunyan’s the name, and tellin’ tall ones is the game.

As part of the partnership between the Army Corps of Engineers Crosslake Recreation Area (ACOE) and the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA), firewood is provided for purchase at the Crossl

Summertime heat is what many of us dream about when we’re clutching our cup of hot coffee on a January morning. Now, a lot of us have a new dream…. cooling off.

There are an estimated 46 million birdwatchers in the United States and more than 700 species of migratory birds, according to a 2007 US Fish and Wildlife Service report.

Nearly 100 resources and points of interest have been identified along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway route.

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