Bemidji MN – Paul Bunyan Trail Towns
Bemidji’s 2013 population of 14, 435 makes Bemidji the trail region’s second largest city. While wood products are still an important part of its economy, Bemidji’s role as a large, diverse commercial center has been emerging over the years. In addition to being the county seat of Beltrami County, the city is the home for a number of major state and federal facilities. Additional services include a full range of medical facilities, a technical college, and Bemidji State University. Scheduled commercial airline service and national bus line service are available. Lodging in Bemidji MN include several options from motels and hotels to resorts. Of special significance are Lake Bemidji and Lake Bemidji State Park.
|Trail Access, Parking Areas and Rest Areas in Bemidji|
|Location||Bemidji MN (Asphalt, 10 feet wide)|
|Mile 97.2||The rail bridge over the Mississippi as the river flows out of Lake Bemidji offers an excellent view and an interpretive sign.|
|Mile 100.0||The junction of the Paul Bunyan State Trail and the Blue Ox Trail.|