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Thread: Lodging at LOTO

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    Registered SummerObsession's Avatar
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    If you want to be REAL close to the Cove, check out Lazy Days Condos. Right around the corner from the cove.
    Haven't stayed at the Ledges, but I will this year over the fourth if possible.

    Lacy Days link:

    link to guide including all kinds of stuff:

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    Drive to arrive alive!!! Platinum Member WARPARTY36's Avatar
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    Lake Chateau is decent, inexpensive, and nice new docks. It is right by the bridge. I have stayed at the Ledges several times, it is nice but pricey.

    They call me BUBBA like one of them big ol' redneck boys............Can you believe that???

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    Lazy days is a nice condo. They even have a ramp on site. It's a just a tad bit steep, but I guess some large boats have been launched from it. Lazy days is also right next to the cove so you'll always be close to the action. Be forwarnd, the place isn't the cheapest on the lake.

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