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Resort For Ice Shack

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looking for any suggestions on a resort on milliacs that is a good place for my buddies ice shack, he is looking for a resort that will put it on the ice and can still use it in the summer. any suggestions are appriciated.

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Try Twin Pines or Fisherman's Wharf.

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the county the wharf is in has an ordinance against staying in your house in the summer, can't do it on the east side. I'm at garrison and I'm allowed to sleep in it during the summer. it all depends on the county the resort is in.

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Bulls***. Darn near every resort has houses pulled along their channels on the east side of the lake. People use them like campers.

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You can't sleep in them while they are in what is considered dead storage in one county. If a resort has a designated summer rental lot you can sleep in them.....but you will pay extra for this summer lot.

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sorry willy, guess I should have been more specific. I was talking about dead storage because I thought that's what he meant in his original question. no need to swear at me man!!! we're all friends here!!

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thanks fellas for the info, good luck this weekend against the pack

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