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CAMPING SPOT IN ALEX AREA MEMORIAL WEEKEND

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our trip to voyagers shot,campfire ban+cold temps=crap...any ideas...fished the area as a kid and thought it might be a good alternative..the more primative the better

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You will not find much of anything that's too "primative" in the Alex area this weekend. Carlos St. Park may be an option.

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Or birch (Contact Us Please) park, its about half way between st cloud and alex.

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Try the Alexandria Visitors Guide (www.alexandriamn.org) I know a couple of our sponcors are in it and they may offer camping sites or you can try Carlo's State Park, but this late in the game you will probably have trouble securing a reservation even at the park.

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thanks folks...we give up and will flish around home..maybe try a new lake or so...thanks again!!!

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