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I was just surfing the web and found three resorts I have little or no knowledge of, can anyone help?

Here they are:

Grandview Resort- Cook End

Polley's Resort- Cook End

Pine Trees Resort- Tower End

Curiousity has the better of me. I've just never heard of them.

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I don't know anything about the Pine Tree Resort.

Polley's is on the mainland in Wakemup Narrows, near Ludlow Island. Has a few older cabins, looks like it could stand a little modernization.

Grand View is a secluded water access resort, just east of Oak Narrows. Small number of large cabins. Access from Timbuktu.

I haven't stayed at either of these, so can't comment on the facilities beyond what's visible from the lake.

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Pine trees resort, is located on the west end of Big Bay, just down the shore from The Lure of the Loon resort. It's decent ham and egger, no frills but it has comfortable affordable cabins. Decent location on the north shore of Big Bay, close to the casino and a 15 minute drive to either Tower or Cook.

Polly's is a very friendly little resort located in the Wakemup Narrows. They have comfortable old cabins, a bar and a store and Todd Polly, is one of the nicest people on Vermilion. grin.gif

I don't know much about Grand View resort, other than it's in a great location. I also think it's very high buck to stay there. blush.gif

"Ace" cool.gif

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Thanks for the info guys.

You'd think after twenty years I'd know these things! I guess you learn something new everyday.

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polleys is just fine for meeting some great people...and todd has some great cabin cleaners...very clean and affordable....like ace said about pine trees good....grand view is now very much self serve,,,bring your own stuff.....hope this helps...

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Hey do most of these resorts have public bars and curtesy docks where anybody can just tie up a boat, go have a snack and a sport soda, then resume fishing? or is it mostly private for resort guests only. I'm gonna be fishing there in June and nothing scares me more than running out of Beer on the lake.

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Almost all of the resorts have plenty of dock space if they cater to people that just stop in for a burger or beverage.

Most also have gas pumps etc. shocked.gifgrin.gif

Cliff

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Great cabin cleaners are important!

Anyone we know??

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Can someone name a few resorts with bars that have somewhat of a nightlife/music to them? Looking for the ones that attract the biggest crowds i guess. Thanks.

South/East areas preferred.

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wolf bay on tuesday nites has a great band....very local ...but a great time for all....the landing also has nitelife....as does bayview and the vermilion club....that should get you thru...hope you go by another means than boat....!!!

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