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Old 04-23-2007, 06:00 PM
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Home search is going a bit slower than expected.
So, looking for a place to stay for long weekends.

- Good launch faciliity
- Ample trailer parking
- Ample slips (28'+)
- Reasonably priced

Doesn't have to be too fancy. Comfort and convenience is fine.

Of course, if anyone knows of any 3+2 or 2+2 lakefront homes (with slip/lift) available for full summer-long rental, all leads appreciated.

Thanks for thoughts.

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We have been staying at robins resort for the last three years. great place,quiet, good ramp, new docks, two poools. they have new condo style rooms or for half the price older cottage style rooms. very nice people.
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best place to stay at LOTO.....table rock lake.
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I've stayed at Lazy Days condo's right off of Hwy 54. Decent slips deep in the back of a no-wake cove. Ramp is not the best (I've launched my 26' there, but it's a chore), but PB2 is just down the road and has the best ramps at the lake. Decent rooms, community pool and nice location on the lake. My $.02.
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best place to stay at LOTO.....table rock lake.
i heard something that now they passed ordinance that all new docks (cept at marinas) now must have 12-20 slips & no larger than 30' in length. Have you heard this? I would think w/ all the new condos going in, going to hinder some bigger sales.
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I'll second Lazy Days, they also offer a lot for trailer parking which most that I know of don't! Steve
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This is great. Thanks for the tips.
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We like these.

www.holidayshoresresort.com

Great location at 17mm way in the back of a no wake cove. You have to launch at the state park about 5 miles away by land and water. They say you can launch a 27' at their ramp, but don't do it.
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I booked at tan tara. Anyone know anything about them?
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I booked at tan tara. Anyone know anything about them?
we stay there about once a yr. nice resort, plenty of activities on site & near, rooms & complex showing their age, boat ramp area kinda tight if u have something big.
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