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Rainbow Bend Fishing Resort Questions & Answers

Fox Lake, Illinois

Is it still there?

7 months ago Answer

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They won't be open for at least another month

6 months ago
Cape Coral, Florida
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I just returned from the Keys. This motel got hit hard. It is oceanside, and took a big blow. It may be awhile yet! Many others from there down to below Big Pine Key are closed, some for a long time. Irma caused a tremendous amount of destruction in a large section of the Keys. key Largo and key West fared easily. Islamorada is limping along, but getting better by the day. We saw damage ranging from some downed branches to some houses torn apart. One lady we spoke to lived in a mobile home and it has disappeared. Other places had large, modern homes, on pilings torn in half by the wind and waves. Mikes and miles of debris piles and an unbelievable number of appliances on the street. We saw front end loaders perched atop of debris piles 30 feet high, loading large trucks full to carry out of the keys. It's a tremendous job they have done and still have left to do. BUT--80% depend on tourism, so they need your business. Most restaurants are open and many motels as well. The state parks are opening daily. Go there and enjoy the keys..

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6 months ago
Cape Coral, Florida
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I just returned from the Keys. This motel got hit hard. It is oceanside, and took a big blow. It may be awhile yet! Many others from there down to below Big Pine Key are closed, some for a long time. Irma caused a tremendous amount of destruction in a large section of the Keys. key Largo and key West fared easily. Islamorada is limping along, but getting better by the day. We saw damage ranging from some downed branches to some houses torn apart. One lady we spoke to lived in a mobile home and it has disappeared. Other places had large, modern homes, on pilings torn in half by the wind and waves. Mikes and miles of debris piles and an unbelievable number of appliances on the street. We saw front end loaders perched atop of debris piles 30 feet high, loading large trucks full to carry out of the keys. It's a tremendous job they have done and still have left to do. BUT--80% depend on tourism, so they need your business. Most restaurants are open and many motels as well. The state parks are opening daily. Go there and enjoy the keys..

6 months ago
Ohio
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I don't know.

6 months ago
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