Halverson Bay Public Access

Nearly 100 resources and points of interest have been identified along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway route. Some of the spots are well known such as the Uppgaard Wildlife Management Area or the Crosslake Historic Log Village. Others are not as commonly recognized.

Each of the quarterly issues of Inkslinger will highlight one of these lesser known Byway points of interest.

Halverson Bay Public Access

Located east of CSAH 39/CSAH 11 intersection, Halverson Bay public access provides a concrete launch ramp with trailer and vehicle parking, availing boaters to the entire 8253 acres that comprise Pelican Lake. This 12-acre parcel was acquired in 1934 at no cost. The typical way land was acquired for accesses in those days was through game wardens (now called conservation officers),who were authorized to spend up to $1,000 for such land. Visit it on your next Byway trip!
* Water access is actually on Stewarts Bay which then connects to Halverson
Bay. Don and Jane Stewart owned Stewart’s Crow Wing Resort with property on
either side of the access from 1947-1974.

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Published Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
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Inkslinger Volume 6 Fall 2006