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Appeldoorn's Adds More Cabins!

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Hello everyone!

I just wanted everyone to know that Appeldoorn's has added three brand new cabins to the mix. These cabins are going to be finished and ready for rental by opener!

You will find that cabins #9 and #10 will provide what we believe to be unbelievable experience at Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort. These two cabins are both three bedrooms and have a pass through corridor that can create a six bedroom for large groups or reunions. Each unit has a vaulted ceiling, fireplace, full kitchen, full bathroom,and a spacious living room right on the water! Both units will sleep up to eight adults and be our signature cabins!

Appeldoorn's is also adding an offsite cabin on the southwest corner of the lake. This cabin is on Hwy 169 across from the Dairy Queen convienently located off the highway and nestled into the woods. It's located next to our future Park Model RV Cabin sales lot.

This cabin is actually a beautiful 5 bedroom house, big living room, huge kitchen area, fireplace on two floors with a very nice huge back yard that has an abundance of deer and other wildlife coming in and out to feed. The back yard is also an awesome setting for an evening bonfire.

There is plenty of parking and is extremely accessible (just 5 minutes)to the Cove Boat Landing and to the Casino!

Look for the pictures of these cabins to be appearing up on our website within the next couple of weeks! Give Paul a call at the resort for more details.

There are more fun announcements still to come here from Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort in the near future. Stay tuned!

Fish On!!!

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