New Website for Byway Offers More to Explore

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association has re-launched its web site — Complete with a plaid pocket full of clickable options, a Paul Bunyan sized list of things to see and do, and bits of area history that are sure to poke to life a memory in nearly everyone, the reintroduced site is already exciting interest.

More than just great information about the recreational, historic, cultural, scenic, natural and archeological resources along the 54-mile driving route, there’s now an entire section on day trips with an itinerary and interesting facts already collected — just print and go.

Learn more about the upcoming Paul and Babe’s GeoHunt, now in its second year.  Find information on events happening in the cities along the Byway route. Discover how the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway got started and the stories of national significance that earned the Byway its official national designation in 2005.

And, if you’re not as much of a go and do kind of person as you to be, you can view a photo tour of the Byway route. Just select the road you want to ‘travel’, click, and start enjoying the virtual trip.

New to the site is a feature that makes it easy topurchase a Byway Association membership online, make an on-line donation or even purchase Paul Bunyan merchandise. “The opportunities are endless now that the Association has a more effective tool for sharing the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway with the world,” said Mary Plein of JM Plein Consulting. Plein Consulting, a local byway area business, worked with the Byway Association on the website relaunch.

For more information about the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway and to find out how you can explore the lore even more, take some time today to cruise around the new website at

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Published Date: 
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
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Lake Country Echo