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BassMan25

Ice House Rentals?

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I was wondering if anybody could point me in the right direction for where I could find a good sized ice house to rent for a weekend. I have some friends coming on the second weekend of January and we realized that the only thing we really have are a few two-man setups. We'd like to try fit everyone in the same house if we could, or maybe even fit everyone in two houses. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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I ditto the request for information about resorts that offer ice houses. Would like a place to bring my son up for some cold indoctrination right after Christmas. Thanks. Mike

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I asked the same question on October 17th and got zero results. Must not be anyone that does this around Park Rapids.

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You're right, there isn't anyone up here who does it. It's a pretty tricky endeavor in this area since there are so many lakes with the majority falling under 1,000 acres.

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Thanks Jason I appreciate the response.

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