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Family Oriented Resort/Lodging

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Hello,

 

I'm wondering if anyone has recommendations for a family oriented resort or VRBO?  It would be 6 adults and 5 kids ranging from 1 year old to 8 years old.  My wife tells me a decent beach is a must, and other kids activities available on-site as well.  We're hoping for somewhere that allows partial weeks as well, but that might not be a deal breaker depending on cost. 

 

Any recommendations in this area?  Thanks!

 

Chris

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I've stayed at Edgewild Resort on West Fox Lake. Great fishing lake for the kids. Beach, swim raft, hydro bikes, kayaks. Lots of wildlife. Our family always had a great time there.

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