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wingnut38

Looking for place to stay

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I am looking for a place to stay next week preferably 1/3-1/5. 3 adults and 2 kids. Either a sleeper house or just a room and we can bring our own house. I know it's late notice, but if anyone knows of a place it would be appreciated to let me know. Thanks.

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zipple bay has cabins and they also have some big sleepers that would let you sleep 5 ppl and plenty of room.

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thanks, i'll check them out.

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Think we could find a place for you.

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sorry dutchman. i got a sleeper from zipple. thanks anyways. do you rent houses too?

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No rental houses, just a comfortable and affordable place to spend the night.

Our people are self sufficient with portables and/or rent a day house from Adrian's or one of the other good operators out there.

Maybe next time, but Nick will take good care of you at Zipple.

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