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Casino access

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Anybody know where the casino's access is located on the lake. Thinking of spending the night there but would like to know how it works? I assume you park in the casino lot and then what? I would like to take the wheeler with the trailor but not sure if thats leagal to cross the road. Any info would be helpful.

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Do not park at the casino! There is a public landing just north of the casino, maybe half-mile.

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The casino does not have their own access, the public access is just to the north on HWY 169, on the right. A little rough in there but no problem with truck and trailer.

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Thanks, guess that idea is out the window

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Hey jb426,

my brother goes to the casino quite often. They comp him with occasional launch trips in the summer and taxi him over to Eddy's resort to get on the boat. Give them a call and let them know of your plans. Maybe they will have something to fit into your activity's.

Good Luck...

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Be careful leaving a vehicle over night. I had my window busted in on my truck last year by a few local residents if ya know what i mean! its always best just to pay the fee of 10$ atleast you know there are roads to get you to where you want to end up. Last year I went out of the casino on a 4wheeler tried crossing a break almost dropped my 4wheeler in along with a trailor. luckly the hole the the wheeler made was small enough for the trailor frame to sit on. and my tip to anyone is a winch is a must!

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