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Campground for opener?

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I would like to bring up my 6.5x12 wheelhouse to camp in over opener weekend. Electricity would be a bonus as well as a close by access. Any ideas? I know there will be a camping fee, what would you suggest? Any phone #'s would be a plus! I'd like to be near the north end, but south end works too!

Thanks,

Hoggs

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you might try barnacles on the north end?

regards,

minnesotatuff

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Hoggs,

Appeldoorn's will also have campsites available this year.

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Appeldoorn's has campsites available that will only have electric. No Septic or water. But we have a very nice shower and bathroom facility. Plus the lake shore is all sugar sand and just perfect for a dip in the lake!

Fish On!!!

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father hennepin state park right in isle. there is two accesses on site. it is a real nice park. there are sites with electric and without. it is popular, so reservations are recommended...............tom fellegy

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Father Hennepin - if you want an RV site, I think they are all reserved already... I couldn't get one.

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Cranker - that'd be a cold "dip" on opener! smile.gif

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