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Chief Wooden Frog Camping

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I'm wondering if chief wooden frog campground on kabetogama has reserve sites or if it's all first come first serve?

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It is first come first serve, but it is rarely completely full....should be able to get a site anytime except maybe the 4th of July or Labor day.

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Thanks for the info. I've camped there a couple times, but it was during the week. But yeah, it is huge! Almost totally empty the 2 times I've been there. I'll be there memorial weekend, I think I'll get there early enough friday morning to get a good spot.

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The only issue there is that you have to take the boat out of the lake and re-launch it the next day. I wish they had more sites right on the water. Have fun. It is very nice there.

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for a minumal price you can keep it docked at arrowhead lodge.

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