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camping on rainy

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i have a question for some regular visitors to rainy lake,last year we camped in voyagers on kabetogama,but it took us 6 hours of boating around till we found a campsite, is rainy any less crouded during the summer peak? were looking at the week before labor day.

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Rainy does have more campsites, but I cannot guarantee that they will be open. Most of the time you can usually find a good site, especially close to town. However all the sites with a nice sand beach are usually taken. Maybe someone who camps more on the lake can answer that on better.

Take Care and Good Luck Fishing!

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yea i know theres no guarantees,1st come 1st serve, we might even wait till monday to go up this year,maybe that will help as some will hv pulled up stakes.

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