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Boss Hogg

Do any of the resorts plow and maintain a road system similar to those at Red and Lake of the Woods?    I would like to put my house on Leech, but don't want to get stranded with no way off.   Thanks for any reply.

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Wanderer

Hopefully someone with Leech Lake experience can chime in, but I do have a recommendation if there are no plowed roads for you:

Assuming your driving a 4 wheel drive truck, leave your house at your access point and drive to where you want to go first.  Pick your set spot, drive a loop over it so you have a way in and out, then go back and get your house.

Breaking your own trail that way takes some time but works pretty well in the absence of a plow.

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Dean Busch

Trappers Landing on the south end of the main lake.  Very good roads, pro shop, service, etc...  Good place to go out of, lots of spots on that end of the lake.  Good reports from their website as well. 

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Boss Hogg

Thanks for the replies.    This is just what I was looking for.   I have a place in Hackensack, so this would be a lot closer to go to.  Thanks again.

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