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Castaways Resort??

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Has anyone had any experience with this resort. I believe it is north of Fishers in Malmo. I am thinking of getting an RV site there for opener and I was wondering how the boat landing was and docks. I have not heard of any talk of this place and was wondering why?

any help would be appreciated. thanks

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I have had a place at Castaways for over 5 years and have been more than pleased with everything there. Steve and Kelli are easy to work with and will go the extra mile for their customers. They have a new dock system which is very nice and the ramp is in good shape. Good location for the first 3 weeks of the fishing season.

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thanks lundeye. Is there anyone else with some input on this resort??

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I agree its a nice place

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