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GooseSlayer

Looking for showers.

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There is a group of us coming up for 5 days.The women in our group want showers,so where can one go to shower?We stay in our wheelhouses,so we would expect to pay.Is there any resorts that have shower houses?I think we will be at Morris Point.Thanks in advance.

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Bryce

Really think maybe you want to splurge and invest in a shower yourself this year Goose. wink.gif

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GRAND DAD

Morris has showers there you can use for a very small fee at least the did last year just on the safe side call them they will tell you for sure!!

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Kaz

Goose: If you are using Adrian's road on Wheelers Point, Log Cabin Bait has a shower located in the Laundry next to the store. Not sure what Steve charges, but it's clean and the women should be comfortable... Kaz

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Bryce

Anyone else that can weigh in with options? Morris Point's facility is summer use. We have used Log Cabin in the past. Not really all that clean and you tie up the only bathroom of the convenience store for an extended period. Hoping my wife doesn't get it in her head to trek down to Westwind. Since she baits her own rig, would hate to lose my secret weapon for 3 hours during primetime.

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only ice

Bryce, just a thought!! Did you ask the people at the resort if you could come in and maybe just use the shower in a empty cabin for a hour? I would think they may help you out,For a small fee!! Might worth a try. cool.gif

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mnhunter 3815

zipple bay has showers also.

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Coach Dog

Bring a box or two of baby wipes and try what they call a "White Trash Bath." Wipe yourself down with baby wipes! grin.gif

It actually works ok for a day or two. The gals might not like it though...

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InTheSchool

I believe Sportsman's has showers for a fee also.

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