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Wisconsin-Star Lake/Plum Lake advice

Some close friends have rented a cabin on Plum Lake for next summer (2010). We want to get one nearby. I am totally unfamiliar with this area, and looking at the Internet, there seem to be just dozens of small, family-owned or family-run cabins and cottages, rather than any major resorts. Many of the facilities look pretty old and worn. Here's what we are looking for, if anyone can help: New or remodeled 3BR or 4 BR cabin/cottage/lodging with good lake view, beach, kayak/canoe/paddleboat, preferably access also to a pool and assorted activities such as sand volleyball, shuffleboard, pingpong, pool table, etc. We do not fish or enjoy motorboats (only the you-paddle kind!). We like to swim, bike and hike. Total number of travelers unknown at this time but could include all 4 children (ages 12 to 21) plus 2 adults. A two-level house would be ideal so adults could be on one level and kids on another. We are all allergic to molds/mildew, so I am hesitant to get an older place that may have problems with carpet, walls, etc. Thanks so much for any advice!

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