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maros91

Storing a private house

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Was wondering if there is a resort that offers this service? My father and I are looking at building a 10 x 16.

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Yes almost every single resort out there offers storage. For a hefty price of course though!

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I have buddy who stores his wheel house at adrians (across from pubic launch) for a dollar a day. I dont believe that enables you to use it in the summer. I would be looking for something like that if I were you.

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Yes, If I were to come up fishing in the summer I would need it for a place to stay.

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Are there any storage places that allow one to use the house in the summer like they do on Mille Lacs?

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zipple bay charges $125 a year. but you can not use your house to saty in the summer.i think that goes for all resorts.

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Do they haul your house out in the winter with a plowed road and all that good stuff?

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they will haul it out to the bay then you gotta pull it out on the lake.but they will pull it out onto the lake for a price.as for a road to your house,yes they will plow a road/spot for your house for $10.

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