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Arcadia Resort

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I'm staying at Arcadia Resort this summer and i was wondering if anyone else had stayed there. did you like it? we have a pretty big family and it was the only place we could find that would fit all of us. do you know of any other places with ten bedroom cabins?

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Never stayed there but have eaten at the restaurant a few times. It's a neat place, interesting story there. Sorry but I can't help you out about the cabins or anything like that.

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Nice cabins! best on the lake. and also remember,this is one of the states best smallmouth fisheries. lets trie and keep it that way. walleyes have been a little slow through out the years. panfish are everywhere.

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I've stayed at this resort twice. The first time was right after the current owners bought it and again 2 years ago (after they had been there 10-12 yrs.). The cabins have been improved greatly with lots of new ones, but I thought the service had gone down hill. It used to have a really cool bar overlooking the lake(Hamm's Beer used that veiw on their old beer serving trays) but they have pretty much converted that into restaurant. Nice lake with big walleye and smallmouth bass. I think I remember seeing some pictures of Al Capone in the bar at this resort. One of his old hideouts.

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