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Spider Lake type trails?

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Does anyone have any other suggestions besides Spider Lake on some trails that have a variety other than the gravel roads Minnesota thinks are trails? Been to Spider Lake a couple times and it was fun but you can cover it pretty fast. Been moving off the trails and into competitions over in WI as MN just doesn't have much left with all the "special people" in this state.

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Try the trails in outing. We've gone there last two weekends. Lots of water, and some of the best trails around. That and there is hardly any other riders there. We usually put on 50-70 miles.

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Can't go wrong with Nemadji. Best trails in the State IMHO. Forget the main trails and dig into some of the smaller more technical trails they have. You have to look to find them. You can easily spend a whole day there and not cover them all.

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Do these or any other riding areas that you may know of offer RV camping with full hook-ups.

Need to get a trip booked ASAP.

Thanks,

Mark

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Don't know of any in Minnesota with hook-ups. Most are primative. Look to Wisconsin for campgrounds on the trails with Hook-ups. Lots of them there.

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