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Petey923

Campground close to a decent launch?

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Hi, looking to spend a day or two out on the water and am looking for a campground that is somewhat close to a launch (within 5-10 miles). Can anybody make a recommendation?

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Appledorns?

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Thanks, I'll check them out!

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Thanks K Dawg for the referral. It is much appreciated.

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Well I know (from others post) you have a nice campsite and your landing or any of the other locations around should be nice.

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Looks like a very nice place, I think I'll be heading up to Appeldoorns for my annual birthday fishing trip smile.gif

Thanks and make it a great day!

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If you want to stay on the west side, North Star Resort has a campground and of course they have their own launch too.

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