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Hey guys,

I'm having a brainfart....what's the name of the motel closest to the lake? If anyone knows the phone number...that would be even better. I think it's near Sportsmen's...not sure though.

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Lake Road Lodge

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Thanks Jonesin!

I think that's the one.

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that is it. Lake Road Lodge. Talk to Penny or Brian. I stay with them a lot. Great people.

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Wow...they are totally booked the weekend I need...which happens to be in March!! shocked.gif

Does anyone else have any other recommendations? I'm going to be sick to my stomach if I can't find something.

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Get on the phone and start calling around. Royal Dutchman

east of Baudette seems to have space when everything else

fills up. Good operator too.

Good Luck

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Thanks Curt,

I did a little looking last night and The Royal Dutchman was on my list to call. How far is that from Morris Pt.?

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It's all the way back to Baudette. 1/2 hour.

Call River Bend its closer but very busy, you may be out

far enough in your request

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If those don't work for you, try the Walleye Inn. It's also in Baudette. Nice place, don't remember the rates however.

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