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Coming Labor Day weekend: Mine lake lodging

The annual Progress special section looks at True North Basecamp and Cuyuna Cove in Crosby offer temporary lodging to vacationers or out-of-towners staying overnight in the area.

The cabins at True North Basecamp were constructed to resemble miners' shacks used during the mining days on the Cuyuna Range.
The cabins at True North Basecamp were constructed to resemble miners' shacks used during the mining days on the Cuyuna Range.
Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch
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Those seeking adventure in the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area by bicycling or hiking, or adventurers looking for its lakes for boating, kayaking and paddle boarding, often stay overnight.

Find out more about some of the lodging rentals in the Crosby area and the interesting accommodations they can provide in an upcoming Progress Edition story.

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