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GoggleEye

Resorts where I can rent a campsite all summer??

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Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone can help me out in finding a resort where I can rent a campsite during the open water months and keep my shack on? I just have a 11 ft. x 6 ft. camper that I converted into my ice shanty and I would like to put it on a campsite (doesn't need to be anything special, I like to rough it) so I can stay in it during the open water season. I would preferably like to find a resort that has a well or some kind of water access. Thanks.

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North side Barnacles or Red Door.

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try appledorns they might let you keep it there

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If you don't mind being across the road, Barnacles has ice house spots, access and slips. All for a fee ofcourse.

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Does anyone have some phone numbers for some of these places?? I am not from the immediate area so I do not have a phone book for the Mille Lacs area. Thanks much for all your help!

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try WILDERNESS WARMTH on the south side/i know they have summer spots,763-427-9827 ask for Jay or Amber and they will take care of you.good luck and great fishing.

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