Canoe in site that is also used by hikers/bikers on the Paul Bunyan Trail.
The Paul Bunyan State Trail is 115 miles long, not including a couple of short on-road connections through the cities of Baxter and Bemidji. Extending all the the way from Crow Wing State Park to Lake Bemidji State Park,…
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Phone Service
This is a beautiful deeply wooded double campsite along the scenic Pine River. It is accessible only by foot, bike or paddle, for trekkers on the Paul Bunyan Bike Trail or the Pine River Water Trail. For paddlers, the campsite is right on the river between River Mile 35 and 36, just south of the…
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My middle son and I did a bike packing trip on the Paul Bunyon Trail, we rode up from Crow Wing and stayed at this little gem for the night. Got there around 3PM, set up camp and then rode into Pine River for his birthday dinner. The trail in to the site was fun to ride on bike, there was plenty…
This is a unique little site that's really a canoe camp, but accessible by foot as well. It's not well advertised...almost a secret! But if you are in a canoe, it's easy to find off the river. If you are on foot or bicycle, it's marked on the paved Paul Bunyan Trail.
From the trail, it's about a…
Paul Bunyan Trail Canoe Campsite is located in Minnesota