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Dances with Walleye

Summer Camper Park?

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Say, this winter I'm parking my wheel house (Converted Camper into an ice house) on Mille Lacs...

But when this season is over my contact up there is retiring... I'm wondering if you guys know of a place I can drop the camper cheap to use for the summer around ML or Brainerd Lakes area.

I don't need much... (It's all DC, so I don't even need electric hook ups) Just a porta potty on premesis, a place to park the truck and boat trailer... A communal fire pit or something like that would be a bonus.

I don't need any kind of marina slip... I'm fine with Launching and landing...

My buddy who said I could keep it at his lake lot from Opener to Labor Day for $200 changed his mind, so now I'm in a scratch... And I know that cheap places like I'm seeking tend to fill up quick, once it's time to pull the houses off the ice.

Any info appreciated!

Thanks in advance!

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