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Help i am taking my boys camping next weekend the 8th. Parents are wanting to go as well but they would need a hotel in the area. Due to the wonderful thing we all have coming age. I have only camped up there twice around cut foot and seally. Also if there is a better small lake/motel/campground for roughly 7-10 people who lave to fish not picky just need to keep kids from getting bored. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Check out stuff on the Winni site.

A nice compromise would be Beckers Resort on the Minnissippi west side of Winni. Resort is in the river sheltered...cabins are quite resonable and they have 8-10 campsites right there. You can camp and have SWIMMING pool, playground, hand dipped ice cream,HOT showers etc.

Fish the super BARS not far or in the river.

A nice side trip...Forest History Center in Grand Rapids.

WE LOVE WINNI.

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You may want to check out the Gosh Dam place. You could camp where you always do and your parents could stay there. They might have a room(s) available. Good people. Good food too!!

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