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Aces In The Hole

How to get to an ice house?

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Does anyone know how one person would be able to get to a icehouse they rented if I do't have a sled or wheeler? Thinking of renting a house for the day, but not sure how we would get out to the house since they don't allow trucks on the ice.

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Hi - where are you going out of? The ice on Mille Lacs in Isle Bay is driveable by car or truck. You can drive out of our place with a portable or rent a house. We have mid week specials - weekends are pretty well booked now - we do have some openings this saturday only....

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Actually, I was in the process of deciding between you guys and Appeldoorn's. Still waiting on what my buddy thinks of the idea. It's good to hear that trucks are able to drive out now. Thanks for the info!

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No problem - hope to see ya!

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Aces,

We are also driving out to all of our rentals.

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Paul,

How many rentals do you have out at this time? How are we looking for the second weekend in Jan.? Thanks cant wait to get up there!!!

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By tomorrow afternoon all of our rentals will be out. That blizzard set us back a day, as the plan was to have them all out by this afternoon.

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Good to hear, cant wait!!!

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planing on comming up on sunday but dont have a wheeler or sled is their some good eye actiction reachable by truck or within a half mile walk?

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