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Voyageur Park Lodge 2009 season

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Hello, We at Voyaguer Park Lodge would like to thank all of our guests for a great 2008 season. We are currently taking 2009 reservations and some time frames are already beginning to get limited. If your thinking of taking a trip to Kabetogama or Voyageurs National Park next season please take some time to check out our HSOforum. We have 10 cabins on a 16 acre peninsula and the cabins are nicly spaced and private. Come check out one of the nicest resort properties in the area. If you make your reservation mention this ad and we will give you 2008 rates for our 09 season. Thanks again and we look forward to hearing from you!!

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If you are planning a trip to Northern Minnesota or even have stayed on Kabetogama before, but have not been to our place I welcome you to drive in and check out one of the nicest resort properties of it's kind. We have 10 cabins on a 16 acre peninsula. All cabins are very private, 4 cabins have there own private docks to park at. Full dock service, gas, bait, ice, private boat launch, free fish cleaning and packaging. If you have any quesitons please check out our HSOforum at www.minnesotafishingresorts.com. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you.

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Are you planning a Voyageurs National Park vacation? Look no further than Voyageur Park Lodge. 10 cabins 16 acre peninsula all cabins have great lake veiws. The truck load of new log furniture just made its way into the cabins. If interested in a great family vacation or a fishing trip with the guys please check out our HSOforum at www.minnesotafishingresorts.com or give us a ring on our 800 number. 2008 fishing was great!! Have a great fall season and we look forward to hearing from you. Happy trails!!

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Greeting from the Northwoods, We at Voyageur Park Lodge hope that everyone is having a great holiday season. If anyone is planning a trip up north next summer please take the time to take a peek at our place. We have 10 cabins on a large 16 acre heavily wooded peninsula. It's one of the nicest resort properties in Minnesota. Extremely uniqe!! You can check us out at www.minnesotafishingresorts.com. If you have any questions at all shoot us an email at info@minnesotafishingresorts.com or give us a ring at 800-331-5694. Thanks again and have a great winter season!!

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Hello Northlander, Any specific cabin that you might be interested? I can shoot you over some photos if you would like via email. Thanks

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Just thought I would let our Wisconsin friends know that we are headed down to the sport show in Madison, WI this weekend and Milwaukee the following weekend. If interested stop by our booth and chat a bit if you'd like. We share a booth with Voyagaire Houseboats on Crane. Thanks and we look forward to seeing a few fine FMers at the shows. Good day from your friends at Voyageur Park Lodge www.minnesotafishingresorts.com.

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Greetings from the Northwoods!! We currently still have some great dates open for early/late June and also early July. If you looking for a great getaway at a nice secluded resort look not further. We offer 10 cabins on a heavily wooded 16 acre peninsula. Cabins are very nicely spaced and not crammed together. We offer full dock service. Ice, gas, bait right on the docks. Private boat launch and a helpful staff to get your boat in and out of the water. Free Fish cleaning, packaging and freezing. Full time dock staff to catch you as you come in or leave. We are very customer oriented. If you are still planning a trip we welcome you to check our HSOforum out at www.minnesotafishingresorts.com. Live webcam, interactive maps of the National Park waters. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you. GET THE NET!!

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Hello from VPL!! We have had a great start to our 2009 season with lots of fish being caught. We just had a cancellation in a 2 bedroom cabin June 20-27. If anyone is interested in making a trip to Voyageurs National Park this is a great lake front cabin. New fridge, new log futon, new log end table, Log lamp. Nice cabin to watch the sunrise. We also have a few openings through out the summer in our one bedroom cabins. If your looking for a getaway with the wife or girl friend our nicely spaced cabins are very private. If you have any questions you can check out our HSOforum at www.minnesotafishingresorts.com or call me direct at 800-331-5694. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you. Happy fishing!!

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