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Hay Days road construction update...

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Old 09-01-2008
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Default Hay Days road construction update...

I have Tuesday off and will take a ride up there to make sure but it looks like the road will be open north of the campground. Click on the link....

http://ww2.anokacounty.us/v3_highway...nLinoLakes.pdf
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is there a campground on that road people are staying? otherwise you can shoot across highway 96 and come up 35w to 23.
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Quite a few people are camping at Anoka county's Rice Creek Campground. It's about 1 mile south of 35w.
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does someone have a map of how to get to campground
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Does this help?

Is it right?

http://www.anokacountyparks.com/park...irections.html

http://www.anokacountyparks.com/park...sDetourMap.pdf
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them campgrounds arent very close to the haydays. isnt everyone staying on site?
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A little late now to tell us. isnt this where everyone stayed last year?

Is this: The blind leading the blind. LOL

When I was looking at the map and seen it between 35 E and W. I was thinking it was quite far south of Haydays.

I liked Princeton was able to camp right there, walk back rest, eat, walk a half block back.
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A little late now to tell us. isnt this where everyone stayed last year?

Is this: The blind leading the blind. LOL

When I was looking at the map and seen it between 35 E and W. I was thinking it was quite far south of Haydays.

I liked Princeton was able to camp right there, walk back rest, eat, walk a half block back.
This is where most everyone camped last year. It is only about 5 miles away and is an easy commute. First half of the drive has almost no traffic to Hay Days. As far as I know, camping onsite is only for swappers and vendors.
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Pay attention to my previous post's and look again!
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Hey John, this isn't far from you, can you give us boys coming from 35W North down to the campgrounds, a scenario of what and where we would have to turn off to get to the campgrounds Friday night?
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Snowattitude has the right link for directions and Pman, use the same directions that say coming from Minneapolis. Use the same exit, Hwy 23 then turn north.

I just came back from checking out the road construction and the roads are now open. No detours to worry about.
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