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I once brought my dog for a week to Smitty's on Snowbank,...

January 31 2018 at 8:13 AM
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howard sprague  (Login HowardSprague)

Response to Dog friendly cabins on edge of BW?

The Schmidts love dogs.
I didn't have Dino on a leash, he enjoyed walking down to the end of the peninsula and going into the water, and there was even another dog to play with. No problems.
Dino even ran into the lodge one day - he was young and still had that bouncy, enthusiastic young dog quality - you know what I mean - ran all the way down into the dining room/kitchen area and back,...I said "sorry 'bout that",.. they laughed.

They're set up in a two-tiered building - the cabins aren't the typical separate cabin setup (I'll try to posts pics). Top level is motel rooms, though as I recall they sill have fridge & microwave. Bottom level is housekeeping suites - 2-3 bedrooms, full kitchen, covered walkway right outside you can sit out, room to grill, etc..

It's on Snowbank Lake, good fishing, can be big water but all kinds of BW trip/day trip options.
"Enjoy every sandwich."

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