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randallt

Place to park ice house?

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I am looking for a spot to park and use an ice house this summer. I really like Red Door, but somewhere on the south end would be closer. Any suggestions and how much do they charge? I am new to this so I have no idea what the going rate is. Anyone know what Red Door charges?

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I would give Wilderness Warmth in cove bay on the south end a call.I have my house there and i know they have summer spots with electricity and a fish cleaning shack.call Jay or Amber at 763-427-9827.that number is also his construction company phone number so leave a message and i know he will call you back,they are really nice people so give them a shout.hope to see you there.

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Thanks Sniper. I left a message this morning.

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If you plan to use it, expect somewhere around $1000/season.

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I don't know if he has room, but call Kari at Garrison Sports in May. the south/east side counties have regulations about using shacks in the off season unless they are parked like a seasonal camper.

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