• The Pequot Lakes fire tower off CSAH 11 is closed to the public until further notice. the fire tower was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places. Click to read more.
• Engraved paver brick opportunity at the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens... (click to read more)
• $1000 Linda Ulland Memorial Scholarship applicants for 2018 can download application here.
• Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway maps were snapped up as quick as Sourdough Sam's hot cakes! It was the biggest print run we've had so far yet it still didn't quite cover the increased requests for this most popular local area map. You can still get maps at many of the lodgings here in the Whitefish Chain of Lakes. You can find them in the kiosk boxes at our 13 locations along the Scenic Byway, or click here to download your own scaled-down version.
• Plans are in the works to continue the work of volunteers that planted 25 red maple trees at two locations along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway in November 2016. Ten of the trees are planted at the Crosslake Rec Area/US Army Corps Campground in memory of Ron Johnson, PBSBA board member and a long-time maple syrup maker. The remaining 15 maples are planted... (click to read more)
• '...While it was created in part to help fund biking shoulders, the scenic byway has become more than that. It’s a unifying force among several separate but neighboring communities."
Excerpt, Lake Country Journal, written and photographed by Kate Perkins. Click to download pdf (with permission from LCJM) and read more.