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Deer Hunters Question

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I will be camped in the Paul Bunyan State Forest for the whole week of the rifle season. Does anyone know of a place where you could take a shower? Last year we stayed at a cabin and we did see a few road signs for showers for dear hunters but we did't make a note of it. This year while up scouting we didn't see any signs. Please help. Thanks Ken

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Shower?

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american inn walker or park rapids and you get a sauna to boot

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I would buy a portable Zodi shower (battery pumps water, propane bottle heats it almost instantly). I've used this rig for years when camping/hunting - it works great. Cabelas carries them.

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Thanks but I have a small hunch that it might be too cold to be showering outside in November. Plus with my white tail I could be mistaken for a spike buck grin.gif Ken

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Check out Deer Lane. It's a consignment shop, but also has a public shower.

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Thanks Sammy, Thats the place I was looking for. Ken smile.gif

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Deer Lane very nice. Rented a trailer next to them this last weekend. Owners are really friendly!

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