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RV Resort Suggestions


TallPaull

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I am looking to take a trip up to Mille Lacs in a week or so to check out some RV resorts on the lake. Does anyone have any suggestions on nice reports on the lake where you can sign up for a season to keep an RV? Any information is appreciated!

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We have seasonal sites available at Fisher's Resort. Located 1 mile south of Malmo on Hwy 47. More sites are being added this fall for the 2011 season but we do have some sites available now. If you put a deposit down for the 2011 season you can put your rv on the site this fall and leave it all winter. If you have any questions give us a call.

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appledorns looks very nice but the lack of a harbor deters me. I would hate pulling the boat in and out in and out. If they ever build a nice harbor/wind break with docks to leave the boat in the water I would def. move there.

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Actually most of the people that are here like the service of our boat launch, in fact that is one of the major reasons that several of our tenants are here

We will never build a breakwall/harbor as we are a very family orientated place and one of our greatest assets is our beach. The minute you build a breakwall/harbor you lose that as it starts to silt in and grow weeds frown

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sometimes its hard to find the perfect place

we have a RV up on real close to winnie

i was right on the lake and docked the boat at the resort

but it was 500$$$ a yr + 2400$ for the RV

very nice place but we were paked in like sardines

i could step off my deck on to the hood of the nieghbors truck

didnt really like that part

now i'm in a park off the lake for 1000$ a yr

and big lots..at the price i'm going to rent the lot next to me so nobody moves in grin...i trailer bout 5 miles to the landing

to fish...doesnt bother me in the least good landing easy in..easy out

if you know how to unload and load your boat shouldnt be a deal breaker for a nice place

i've never been there but have heard NOTHING BUT GOOD about the place

and the owner

if he has that good of launch business thats a big bonus..probablyknowledgalbe drivers that would point you in the right direction of the fish...fishing can change a bunch in a week

just my thoughts hard to find the perfect scernio!

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