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My wife and I would like to head up to Nemadji in the end of Sept to ride some trails. She wants to stay in a hotel somewhere....I need some recommendations on where to stay. She mentioned Hinckley, but looks like that is still almost an hour away. Thanks in advance for any ideas!

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There is a hotel at Banning Junction just east of Askov but that is still 20 miles from Nemadji. I really dont know of anything closer, there isnt much for civilizaton around there!

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Stay in Carlton, It is about a 25 minute scenic drive for the most part. It is located slightly North of the Nemadji area and easy access off of I-35. There is a few hotels there AmercInn was ATV friendly for trailer parking, nice and clean with WiFi. We used to stay there before we bought our camper. Across the Highway is the Black Bear Casino, which is newly expanded and also has hotel. Ther are also a few choices for a decent meal in the area.

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there are several hotels in hinckley, and there is state forest trails to the east along the St.croix river 26 miles to the East. good luck

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Heading up there this weekend, staying at some hotel at the Nickerson Bar. It will be my first time up there, what can I expect at Nemajdi?

also are there any bars/eating establishments in the forest/along the trail?

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Sorry Nickerson will be your only option for food and fuel. Once you are out in the woods you are on your own!

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I would stay in Moose Lake at the AmericInn, or in Carlton. You can access the Sioux Line trail from Moose Lake and that can get you close, or right into the Nemadji area. There is another hotel in Carlton called "Royal Pines", not flashy, but a bed.

FYI~ The rain dumped on us yesterday, but it was gorgeous today.

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Long ways to Nemadji from Moose Lake as you have to go through Superior WI and then south on the Gandy Dancer trail to Nemadji. This will also require a WI trail permit if you are from MN. Unless...there's a "secret" shortcut I don't know about.

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