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Jill

A group of us are heading up for a week of fishing from June 28-July 5. We will likely be camping on one the island sites. Hopefully the fish will be biting, I will keep watching for any new reports.

Does anyone know if any of the resorts/campgrounds have shower facilities for public use?

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guts

Jill,
I'm not positive, but I believe Arrowhead Resort and Tom Cod Resort on Kab do, you could find out more by calling or checking with them. On Ash River Trail, I think Sunset Resort, Hidden Hills and maybe another may offer that facility. You could check it through the Resort Locator link above or try Wade at KabAdventures (he's in the Guide Locator), good luck, guts <}}}}><

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 06-27-2003).]

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Hockey Guy

What the heck do you need a shower for? There are thousands of acres of water within a few feet of your campsite! The water temp is 70+ degrees. Are you really going to waste gas to drive into a resort for a shower? Buck up Jill!

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fishkab

Jill, Check with Wade at Voyageurs Adventures here at Kab. He has a facility and charges a small fee for a shower. Fishkab

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Jill

Thanks for the info everyone. Looks like I am going to have a hard time convincing Hockey Guy to take me in somewhere to get a shower.

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