Guthrie MN – Paul Bunyan Trail Towns
This small community and township, 436 population at 2010, are named for Archibald Guthrie, the contractor who built the railroad in this area. As should be expected, the population of the settlement is much smaller than it was during the peak logging years. However, Guthrie offers much potential for an enjoyable trail experience.
The community is characterized by a near level landscape and a mixture of forest and open countryside. A cluster of houses, former business buildings, and a vacant church identifies the center of development. Of major importance to trail development are the civic minded people in the community and the attractive park bordering the trail route. A striking feature of the park is a stand of very large white pine.
|Trail Access and Parking Areas, and Rest Areas in Guthrie|
|Location||Guthrie MN (Asphalt, 10 feet wide)|
|Mile 82.4||Guthrie trail access and parking lot.|
|Mile 86.0||An interpretive sign explaining the significance of Bungoshine Creek, a designated trout stream, is proposed for this area.|