Association News

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) has a variety of objectives, but perhaps one of the most rewarding is the Association’s outreach to students from kindergarten to high school.

Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association will hold its Annual Meeting and Dinner on Wednesday November 5th, 2014 at Marina II in Breezy Point Resort with social hour beginning at 5:15pm.  Call 612-940

Would anyone dare whisper, "No fish!" around Minnesota's Governor Tim Pawlenty, or anybody else for that matter, on the eve of the Fishing Opener?

Throughout the summer of 2008, re-enactors will present music and stories about the area now served by the Paul Bunyan National Scenic Byway.

Her name was ‘Donna Mae’ and a lot of people new her number. She was sleek and unique. All heads would turn when she showed up. But Donna Mae belonged to only one man, Ben Knebel.

Once upon a time there was a little pot of dollars that wished more than anything to grow big and strong.  So, the little pot of dollars set out to seek its fortune in the big world where moxie buc

There are now fifty four miles in the collection of county roads that make up the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway. In 1998, when the Byway was officially designated, there were forty eight miles.

Learning more is taking on a new and added complexion now with the development of a scholarship.

Viggo Vikkerson was the newest member of Paul Bunyan’s logging crew, just off the boat from Norway. He was a tall, strapping young fellow, lanky and limber and spry.

Official word received September 14, 2005