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Camp site on a lake in Wright county??


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I live in Albertville and am looking for a campsite as close as possible to throw up a tent and do some fishing. I heard there was a campsite on Maple lake, was wondering if anyone had any info on it. Also if there are any Muskie in any of the wright county lakes??

Thanks in advance

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I know there are Muskie's in sugar lake....which is by Annandale. That is about the only lake.

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if your trailering a boat, you could check out lake maria state park to camp at and trailer over to sugar lake for day of fishing,not real convienant but ive heard lake maria campground is tops,,,and sugar is good fishing,just no campsiets on it tho,

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looking at dnr web site on lake maria , looks like u could fish there,, 20 hp max, it says u can rent a boat or canoe also,not going to have your muskies, but a person could have some fun right there.

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No campsite on Maple. If you want to hit sugar, which has really the only muskie oppurtunity's within 10 minutes of Maple Lake you can stay at Olsons campground. Very close to Sugar. Also as mentioned Schroeder park on Cedar lake is nice.

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I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin'...

You may want to check out Olson's BEFORE you plan on staying there. Wandered through the other day and, well, I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin'... frown.gif

To each his own, I guess.

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Just say it already!! smile.gif

The only reason I was thinking Collinwood is that it looked a little closer to me. Why do you say......well whatever it was you were trying to say??

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Touche! tongue.gif

A disproportionate number of sites appeared to be occupied by permanent squatters. Picture a pop-up camper with a wooden deck, satellite dish, etc. There are some nice 5th wheelers in there and the playground in the upper site looks nice, but in scouting out a weekend stay, the lake looked shallow and weedy and the general-use campsites below the standard you will find in similarly sized campgrounds in the region. I don't want to trash the folks, because I have not had a "bad" experience with them. I just found that we were very disappointed when we did our pre-camp visit and you may (or may not) be.

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Thanks for the heads up, I guess Ill have to check out Olsons. Its not much farther anyways. Again I appreciate it.

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FYI: I was making these observations about Olson's, not Colinwood -- I know nothing about the latter.

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