We invite you to ride in an authentic horse-drawn covered wagon on the high ridge known for centuries as the "Top of the World". Our narrated tour follows the Leech Lake-Red
Lake Trail, the same route traveled by Native Americans, early explorers and pioneers.
Your tour will begin at the Lumberjack Hall of Fame building in the Buena Vista Village.
Along the wagon route you will see Lake Julia, where the waters flow to the Hudson Bay, and Larson Lake on the other side of the ridge, where the waters flow south to the Gulf of
Mexico. You may see bald eagles, various birds, Canadian geese, fox, and deer. You'll also
hear stories about the homesteaders and their lives.
Climb aboard for a journey into the past…
Buena Vista Area Attractions
Working sawmill, horses, wildlife, caboose, train cars (view original logging paintings), early
1900's schoolhouse, log church and miniature Paul Bunyan & Babe the Blue Ox statues.
Ranch facilities – horses, barn, round pen, corrals, old-time logging sleighs, Buena Vista Ski
Area chalet and facilities.
Wagon Route – Time - Capacity
The covered wagon holds 10 – 15 people.
Wagon rides usually run 30-45 minutes each.
Cost for the Covered Wagon Ride is $150
Call 218-766-9919, 218-243-2250 or e-mail email@example.com for reservations
"Top of the World" Fall Colors Covered Wagon Rides
Saturday, September 17, 11am - 3pm
Sunday, September 18, 1pm - 3pm
Vista Ski Area & Logging Village
19600 Irvine Ave NW, Bemidji, MN
Call 218-766-9919 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Colors Poster
colors are spectacular at Buena Vista. Catch the colors
in a horse-drawn covered wagon on the high ridge known
for centuries as the "Top of the World." Nature
is reflected in nine lakes visible from the pinnacle of
the divide which separates waters flowing to the Hudson
Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Part of the path follows the
Leech Lake-Red Lake Trail. The same route traveled by
American Indians, early explorers and pioneers.
Admission for the forty-minute ride is $6.00 for 13 years and over and $3.00 for ages 5-12. Children 4 and under are free.
Other items of interest and activities on the weekend will include:
- View logging paintings by Andrew Stenstrom and Michael DeWitt in the Milwaukee Train Car
- Enjoy music in the Museum, where crafts and lunch will be for sale
- Self-guided tour of the original town site of Buena Vista
A special Thank You to our Fall Color Rides Sponsors: The Go & Whoa Harness Club, Paul Bunyan Broadcasting - KB101, KZY, 99.1, and True Oldies 104.5, Buena Vista Logging Days Heritage Museum and Buena Vista Ski Area.
For more information, call 218-243-2250 or e-mail email@example.com
color rides are sponsored by the Go and Whoa Harness Club
and the Buena vista Logging Heritage Museum.