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Campgrounds near Whitefish Chain

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I'm looking, hoping at the same time, to find a campground near the Whitefish Chain the weekend of July 2/3 to come up and do some fishing and camping.

Any help on campground names, locations, etc. would be much appreciated.



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Greer Lake Campgrounds is 6 or 7 miles SE of Crosslake.

Try it, it might have space if others are full.

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The Corp of Engineers camp ground in Cross Lake is probably the nicest in the area. Clean showers, nice boat access, sandy beach to leave your boat if you don't want to trailer it every day... but like Koeps said, who knows what's going to happen with it if the government shuts down...You could also try Highview campground on lake Ossawinnamakee. It is about a 15 minute drive to a Whitefish Chain public access. Ossawinnamakee is a good lake to wet a line in too.

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The Corp of Engineers Campground is federal not state so the shutdown of any state government shouldn't have anything to do with it. It's probably filled for that weekend though. The River View RV Park near Pine River is another possibility.

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Thanks guys for the information. I'll see what these campgrounds have for availability.

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