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Late june camping/fishing trip recommendations?

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Looking for a campsite/resort recommendation up on Kabetogema. I'd like to be able to drive to the campsite, set up a tent and also have dock space for my boat (if possible). I'm taking my 5 year old son, so I'd like him to experience the outdoors, but if weather hits, we can retreat to truck or possibly the lodge.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

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Try Sunset Resort. They have a decent campground with dock space. They are in the Ash River area.

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If your not stuck on Kab, try Bear Head (Contact Us Please) Park near Ely. Nice campsites, swim beach. Watch out for the rock hazard lurking just below the surface near the group camp! Ask the ranger for location b4 you head out.

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Thanks, I already made reservations at Birch Grove Resort. It'll be a place to pitch a tent at least....

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