We always stay at the Quality Inn and it’s been great. Rooms are fine but the location right by the bridge makes it awesome. The only thing I dont love is that trailers have to be parked in a lot by the bridge. They do have plenty of rooms for sleds in the parking lot, though.
Killer hill climb on the side parking lot, this climb puts all parking lot superstars to shame. I definitely didn’t make any attempts at climbing it but I seen 1 or 2 long track sleds make it up. Very entertaining, plus a bunch of food/bar choices across the street.
The lobby/meeting room was packed with a bunch of snowmobilers BS’in and drinking beers each night.
A little bit of grinding to get to the trail but there is a gas station right there to fill up before riding each day
When I went, my group and I stayed at the Super 8 on the lake, next to the bridge. It was clean, cheap, and in a convenient spot (close to the trail, somewhat). Plus, they had a pool, sauna and a hot tub, which made for easy 200 mile days back to back after sleeping like a baby.
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