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10-12-2004, 06:14 PM
I am in the process of making reservations for next fall and am looking for a new place to stay. We have stayed at Wolf Lake the past two years and although nice, we would like a place closer to the river (and the Log Bar).
Any suggestions would be great.
10-12-2004, 11:43 PM
I have always stayed at the PM ***** Lodge and have had good experiences and bad. I recently stayed at The Red Moose Lodge and was very happy with it, including the pricing. If you have a big group(8+), the two houses that the PM Lodge offer are right on the river and are quite nice. If your group is smaller, Red Moose is definately worth a look, unless you want to split the group up into seperate rooms. Both are worth a look but Red Moose will more than likely be cheaper. Check out their websites and good luck.
10-13-2004, 12:42 AM
It's my understanding that the PM Lodge is for sale and the long term status of the property is unknown. I'd hate to see anyone make long term plans for 2005 only to find out it's been made into a private club or co-op. Of course, if the property does remain a lodge open to the public, then we'd welcome our new business neighbors and I'd suggest the Lodge to anyone. But it's your call as to which basket your long term vacation eggs should go into. We'll post anything about the sale when we hear about it to help everyone with 2005 plans. If the location isn't a lodge/motel, that would put a crimp in area lodging options and availibility.
10-13-2004, 07:40 AM
Nothing beats the Tarry if you are staying in Baldwin. The hosts are wonderful people, clean rooms, and good prices. Can't count the number of times I've stayed ther on all my digits and have never been dissatisfied. They also have a bunch of different size rooms. Troutarama weekend sure was fun :cool:
Until my hunt / fish partner bought a place on the river a couple years ago, we always stayed at Ivan's Cabins next to the Tarry Motel. Close to everything including town. Craig, the propreitor, is a great guy. He has a couple cabins with shower / toilet, others are just economical sleeper cabins. A central bathroom and coin showers are available. We always enjoyed our stays and the economics were very fair. They also rent canoes if needed. The number 231-745-9345
10-13-2004, 12:07 PM
I have always enjoyed all of my stays at the Red Moose Lodge. The new owner, Clint, has done a lot of remodeling both inside and outside. Being directly on the PM river has always been a big advantage for me. They are also located right next to the M-37 launch for easy "put ins". Continental breakfast and hot tub are awesome. Check out their website at redmooselodge.com. You wont be disappointed.
10-18-2004, 10:04 AM
I understand that the Lodge has been sold and will remain a motel/store. So, assuming the story I heard is correct, and I assume so, then I'd have no concern about booking with them for 2005.
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