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Cuyuna Lakes Trails Association Charity Profile
The Cuyuna Lakes State Trail will be an important part of a regional network of multi-purpose recreational trails serving the entire central Minnesota lakes region. The Cuyuna Lakes State Trail will connect the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area (CCSRA) to the Paul Bunyan State Trail on the west and to Aitkin on the east. When complete, this breathtaking trail will cover a distance of thirty miles.
The Cuyuna Lakes Trail Association was formed in 1998. The original members were participants in a Blandin Leadership program involving the Cuyuna Range area. With local help and support, a dream to create the Cuyuna Lakes Trail was born; itís purpose being to preserve and yet share the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area, encouraging a variety of outdoor recreational activities. CLTA was incorporated as a non-profit in 2001 and is an advocate for the state trail linking Brainerd, Riverton, Ironton, Crosby, Deerwood, and Aitkin.
Cuyuna Lakes Trails Association Volunteer Information
You can get involved as a volunteer. Trail alignment committees are working on the precise location of the trail and other trail design matters. Help is needed to distribute brochures, publish newsletters, and communicate with organizations of bicyclists, skaters, and others. You may have a special talent or interest that you believe would be useful to this project.
Cuyuna Lakes Trails Association Donation Information
The Cuyuna Lakes Trail Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Membership dues are a form of contribution that is tax-deductible.