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Any suggestions on Trails?

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OK, our group just got back from 2 days riding the Moose Walk trails near Beaver Bay and have decided we need to explore other options next year.

We would like to find a cabin/house that we can rent close to some trails in Mn or Wisconsin. We prefer to cook our own meals and would like to ride to the trails with out trailering from the cabin. We only put on 40-60 miles a day and prefer scenery and backwoods type trails over road/railbed type. Anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks!

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Park a camper in the St.Croix State park area or near any of the other popular riding area in MN or WI. Seasonal site can usually be rented for something in the $1500-$2000 range. Of course you will have to supply your own camper.

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check out the trails in outing. there is a few free camping spots or there is a small hotel called the wigwam that is litterally right on the trail. there is also a few small ma and pap resorts around there on rosevelt or thunder lake. both of which are on the trail. The map on the dnr site is way off on the trails though. last weekend we put on 60 miles in one day and never rode the same trail twice. they are mostly backwoods trails with alot of water holes and etc. nice area

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