Association News

On Tuesday, March 15, the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) was invited to speak to the Crow Wing County Committee of the Whole to share the results from two years of studies and surveys

A dream-come-true happened in 2012...the Fire Tower on County Road 11 was reopened.

On June 25, the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway felt the roll of motorcycle wheels as twenty bikes and twenty four riders, organized by fellow rider Rick Beyer, owner of A-Pine Restaurant, rode the Byway

When it comes to Paul Bunyan, having fun is naturally part of it all. Even typically dry facts seem to sparkle with a sprinkle of the big logger’s woodsy wit.

Old steel campfire rings may not elicit a lot of excitement from most people, but the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association was enthusiastic when they learned about a pile of them that were availabl

Community economics analysts Brigid Tuck and David Nelson from the University of Minnesota’s Tourism Center and University’s Extension Cen

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway logo was chosen to be the featured byway logo on the new ‘More to Explore’ TV spots created by Explore Minnesota Tourism.

Imagine, over the span of less than ten years, building twenty-two floats, participating in twenty nine parades, organizing a Paul Bunyan sized cribbage tournament, being a contest judge and guest

Byway Visitor and Resident research along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway last spring and summer has some exciting early results.