Bowery Haven Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBowery Haven Resort Koosharem
This campground had no hookups, but it did have flushing toilets. The fish lake inn had showers, but I wouldn't have used them. In fact, my brothers stayed in the "remodeled" cabins and they were AWFUL! The Bowery cabins right down the street were very nice as was the restaurant. We rented a boat from Bowery Haven and spent a GREAT day on the lake fishing! Love this place!
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