places to stay


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By tmyarteme - Posted on 11 March 2012

Wanting to know good places to stay near sardis. trying to find some places but there is not any on the web. it would be great if somebody new the number to the places by the dam store. any suggestions will be helpful

Thanks
507-649-0880

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Inside View,, to see other pictures and more info www.sardisfishing.webs.com and thanks for inquiring

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I have a Cabin, fully furnished, 2 Double beds ,one up, one down, plus gueen sofa sleeper.... there is also 2 twins in the loft area. The kids usually love the loft, cause you got to climb up the permanent ladder..... Dish TV,heat and a/c,,, Just bring your food.. On 4.2 acres with Big Covered rear deck overlooking small pond, very secluded and secure only 5 minutes to Pats Bluff Ramp, or Engineer Pointi. Call Mike at 662-934-4863,,,,

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here is a number for the cabins near the dam store!
1-662-801-5034

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here is a number for the cabin on the way to the dam store??? they look nice.... but i never stayed there yet.
1-662-801-5034

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thanks but was wanting something like a cabin or house to stay in

Tommy Arteme

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Try Oxford Ms. That,s as close to Sardis as you can get.

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