New Interactive Map Helps Outdoor Enthusiasts With BWCA Wildfires

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Much like the government shutdown of campgrounds and other areas in Minnesota earlier this year, the BWCA Wildfires are disrupting outdoor enthusiast’s vacation plans in a much different way. Help is here with a new Interactive map from Wild Game Network that makes it easy to find other resorts or outdoor adventure businesses that are not affected by the wildfire that offer the same adventures and are close to the Boundary Water Canoe Area.

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We are open for business and it is beautiful up here!” says Jeff Erickson, owner of Pine Point Lodge at Crane Lake Minnesota. “We have cabins open until mid October and the fishing is awesome.

Much like the government shutdown of campgrounds and other areas in Minnesota earlier this year, the BWCA Wildfires are disrupting outdoor enthusiast’s vacation plans in a much different way. Help is here with a new Interactive map from Wild Game Network that makes it easy to find other resorts or outdoor adventure businesses that are not affected by the wildfire that offer the same adventures and are close to the Boundary Water Canoe Area.

Minnesota started the vacation season with a government shutdown over Memorial Day weekend that forced many campers and outdoor enthusiasts to vacate government-owned campgrounds and resorts and leaving them with very few places to go at the last minute. The BWCA Wildfires are not near the magnitude of disruption in plans as the government shut down was, however, many outdoor enthusiasts have plans for their final fall adventures within the BWCA.

For the people who need to get one last adventure in for the season or need to make last minute adjustments, Wild Game Network makes it easy, with the NEW interactive map. It lets you zoom into the areas you want to go and select a list of resorts or business you want to contact via email or phone. “We are open for business and it is beautiful up here!” states Jeff Erickson, owner of Pine Point Lodge at Crane Lake Minnesota. “We have cabins open until mid October and the fishing is awesome.”

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The Wild Game Network was created by sportsmen for sportsmen and women who wanted an easy to use on-line travel website for the hunting, fishing and camping industry. Through their own personal experiences, the founders realized a single resource did not exist to meet the needs of both potential customers and resort owners via a network. The creative result is http://www.wildgamenetwork.com, a network that caters to all of these North American and Canadian customers with plans for worldwide distribution. By minimizing the cost to list properties and maximizing the content, the founders of Wild Game Network have created the ultimate website for all outdoor enthusiasts to help them locate their next "wild" adventure.

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