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wingnutken

driving on state park roads

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I am planning to grouse hunt Paul Bunyan State Forest Tuesday through Thursday. I would like to tow up my 16' camper and park it on the side of a road where I have done so for deer hunting. Do the roads in the park get plowed? How much snow did you get? I will be in the Waboose Lake/ Thorpe Tower area. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You, Ken confused.gifcrazy.gifblush.gif

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I wouldn't plan on the roads being plowed since they're minimum maintenance. If you have a full size truck with 4wd you should be ok.

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Why not take a pickup back there an check it out. Couldn't tell ya how much fun you'll have blowing through that snow. hehehe

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