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MidwestFirecraft
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01/02/2022 11:44AM  
There is great info on winter parking on the East side, but I can't find winter parking info on the Ely side?

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ericinely
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01/02/2022 01:47PM  
It's pretty hit or miss over here on the Ely side so I don't think there is anyone keeping a comprehensive list. It also depends on which county you are in. Most of the entry points down the Fernberg are in Lake County and most up the Echo are in St. Louis County which means the roads are plowed by different municipalities. Happy to help if you're looking for a specific entry point, but otherwise I just had to figure out for myself when I moved up here.
MidwestFirecraft
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01/02/2022 02:07PM  
That makes sense. Didn't have one in mind, just wanted to know what my options were. Thank you for your reply!
01/02/2022 02:48PM  
There is a pinned thread at the top of the Winter Camping forum that has some info. If you look near the very bottom of the thread you will see a link to the most recent information from last year. The info for the west side won't be a good as what Andy at Tuscarora provides, but it's a good start.
TuscaroraBorealis
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01/02/2022 04:12PM  
Jaywalker: "There is a pinned thread at the top of the Winter Camping forum that has some info. If you look near the very bottom of the thread you will see a link to the most recent information from last year. The info for the west side won't be a good as what Andy at Tuscarora provides, but it's a good start. "

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MidwestFirecraft
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01/02/2022 06:10PM  
Thank you, that is very helpful!
 
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