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Access on Wisc. side

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Where can I access the river across from Bayport and is the ice thick enough for a 3/4 ton truck along shore. I was also wondering if it safe to and if you can drive on the ice from the Beach House ramp. Thanks HTB

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theres an access on the WI side, if you stay on the road thats on the ice you should be fine, i was out there friday and there was a good 15-16 inches of ice

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I think you turn west onto Sommer's St. in North Hudson, turn right and follow the park down to the river when you get to the end of Sommer's. I don't believe you can access from the Beach House. LB

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You're right blueroof. Sommers deadends, and if you follow the road to the right, it takes you down to the landing.

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