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North Long Lake RV Parks

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I am looking for two Seasonal RV Parks that I am told are on North Long Lake. Does anybody know the name and approximate locations of these parks? I would like to drive to see them this weekend. Thanks for any help.

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The two that come to my mind are Hidden Paradise and Sullivans. I know that Hidden Paradise has seasonal sites, but am not completely sure about Sullivans. Both of them are located on the north side of North Long. I have fished in front of them, but have never driven to them. I hope this at least gets the ball rolling for ya.

CA

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Thanks for the help CA.

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If you like North Long Lake and yet love to fish multi species, try this place - http://www.ruggedriverresort.com/

They are on the Mississippi just north of Brainerd. The fishing is fantastic. The resort is only 5 miles from the Merrifield access for North Long as well. Very nice RV sites $2000 Seasonal, includes full hook up, Electric is paid seperate. You get a space at the dock as well. No other hidden fees. Tell them Leonard sent you.

Peace

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Leonard, thanks for the info I checked the site. Very nice. Can they handle 40 foot park trailers there and can you leave your unit there in the winter. Since its on the river maybe not?

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Yes to the whole works.

2000 covers winter stay as well.

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