Association News

Years ago Paul Bunyan walked all over the area, felling trees and moving timber.

No Ox Can Fly!

Paul and his sawyers, all burly and plaid,
Had just sipped the last of the coffee they had

“The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway is comprised of county roads that feel like home because they are your home.

A crowd, many dressed in red and black plaid, gathered at Breezy Point Resort's Marina II lakeside restaurant to celebrate another year of successful partnerships for the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway A

Paul Bunyan may be the biggest, burliest logger to ever swing an ax, but his wardrobe story is never told more brilliantly or hilariously than through the talent of a certainly non-burly storytelle

Crow Wing County Commissioner, Paul Thiede, has been invited by Minnesota Scenic Byways Coordinator, Mark Anderson, to speak at the 2009 Minnesota State Scenic Byways Workshop on W

Since May, KLKS radio has been airing informational spots about the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway called ‘Byway Minutes’.  The new Byway jingle, performed by members of the popular clas

The Paul Bunyan National Scenic Byway was one of the byways highlighted during the Heartland Byways Conference held April 5-7, 2009, in Omaha, Nebraska.

Back in September of 2008 the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) put out the call for a Paul Bunyan saying, “Not much else can compare to being Paul Bunyan.

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association recently won a tourism award for its webisode at the Explore Minnesota Conference on Tourism.

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