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Seasonal RV Campsites on Kabby

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I have been camping on the islands for about 7 years now, but with having a little one now the Mrs has asked about putting a camper up on Kab so we could spend more weekends up there each summer without hauling all the camping gear (just too much work for a two day weekend)
Any suggestions on who has seasonal campsite rentals that I could check with? I am looking at western Kab or Rainy and am in the "exploratory" stage now. Most websites dont show seasonal rentals, only daily. Thanks for any suggestions.
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PS: We wont quit camping the islands, if i could have a 4 day weekend every week I would be up there all summer long smile.gif

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Try Cedar Cove, Julie runs the place. She has a beautiful resort. Her number is 218-875-3851.
Or Pokornys, Sherry & Carrie very nice sites also their number is 218-875-2481.

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Lakeview Resort
www.lakeviewkabetogama.com
lakeviewresort@juno.com
Toll Free Reservations: (877) 422-2471

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Pine Aire has seasonal sites, as does Tomahawk and maybe Arrowhead resort. I don't know there numbers but you could find them and the other places mentioned at http://fishingminnesota.com/elyreso.html the website shows or links to the respective resort sites for a better look. Good luck guts <{{{{><

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Thanks a bunch, i was hoping to narrow it down without having to call every place on the website. I will give those resorts a call for details and will plan to stop by each when we are up camping again next month.
Have a great one smile.gif
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