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Big Detroit Access

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This is a friendly reminder that the North Access along Highway 10 has been closed for the highway construction and it will remain closed for the next two years. The access on the south side is a great alternative.

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thanks for the reminder!

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Is that the Access with the Muskie Inc Doc near the bridge?

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No - the Musky's Inc. Dock is on the south end of the lake at the good/big access.

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what I mean to ask is that the one that is still open? I never used the HWY 10 access anyway. I did not like it.

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Yes that is the one on the south side and it will stay open.

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South access is currently heaved up, if you want on Detroit lake, Little D by Zorbaz will have to be where you put in.

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the south access is rally messed up. DNR Trails and Waterways will be out to repair it, though I don't have a specific date. There are many accesses in similar shape all over the area. They will be quite busy and can't get to all of them at the same time. Please be patient. They hope to have them done before the opener.

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