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    WOO HOO going to Boulder Lake

    We're finally making the trip up for the trails at Nicolet Roche! We'll camp at Boulder Lake and have a 12 foot inflatable boat with trolling motor for some fishing, and ride each day. I'm thinking for the short time we're up there that doing the trails at Nic Roche each day will be plenty to keep our northwoods singletrack Jones satisfied.

    We're definitely open to suggestions for a good dining spot other than camp food for one meal, fishing tips, or other nearby mtb. trails.
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    You'll love it!

    that trail rides much better with sideburns

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    Quote Originally Posted by dickeydoo View Post
    We're finally making the trip up for the trails at Nicolet Roche! We'll camp at Boulder Lake and have a 12 foot inflatable boat with trolling motor for some fishing, and ride each day. I'm thinking for the short time we're up there that doing the trails at Nic Roche each day will be plenty to keep our northwoods singletrack Jones satisfied.

    We're definitely open to suggestions for a good dining spot other than camp food for one meal, fishing tips, or other nearby mtb. trails.
    I was there last weekend. Try the Bear Paw lodge just north on the main highway for a decent, if limited menu. I only saw sandwiches and pizza on the dinner menu.

    Didn't get a chance to try their trails, we rode Nicolet Roche, then drove to Reinlander to ride Smokin' Spoke.

    Walt

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    Walt has wicked sideburns...

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    For something quick with outdoor dining the "Snack Shack" at;

    The Wolf River Nicolet Forest Campground

    Tell Dan, Randy sent you.

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    BTW, I'll be camping at the previously linked campground. I'll be showing up Sunday afternoon and will be leaving when the Gnome Siren is sounded midweek.

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