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blakjack23

Good Lake Vermillion resort for bachelor party????

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My buddy wants to have his bachelor party on a resort either on Vermillion or Leech. Anybody have any good resort suggestions that would suit 12-16 guys and 5-6 boats???

Are there any "Gentlemens clubs" in that area??? We are thinking it would be the weekend after labor day weekend.

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give me a call and i will fill you in...many choices...too many for here...

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The Casino might be a good place to stay. They have a bar. There is also a marina. The closest "gentlemens" club would be in Gilbert. Not sure on the quality though.

Good luck.

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Tunas in Virgina just north of the hockey hall of fame take a left at the light and it is on your right when you get into town. Or Gilbert, Or Cloqet on your way up turn right before you go over the river at the Frank Loyd Wright designed gas station and it is a couple of miles down the road.

My experience staying at a resort is that they want families not parties at there resorts.

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Tunas has improved somewhat, but its an insult to a real "gentleman's club". Dont even bother with the Gladiator in Gilbert. I would say with the amount of alcohol consumed in this area that its hard pressed to find a family oriented after hours spot. Bayview and VC get pretty wild on the weekends, probably your best bets.

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It may be too late, but my bachelor party was on a vermillion house boats house boat. It was a blast! If you like, you can spend the night at a resort on the house boat, close the bar, go to sleep, no one has to drive! Check it out!

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