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Locktender house in Little Chute could become hostel for boaters, paddlers, bikers

8:41 PM, Jan. 8, 2013
Jason Brahmer (left) and Sam Kolosso, employees with Janke Contractors, do bricklaying and masonry work on the Cedar Lock house in September 2010 in Little Chute.
Jason Brahmer (left) and Sam Kolosso, employees with Janke Contractors, do bricklaying and masonry work on the Cedar Lock house in September 2010 in Little Chute.
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Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway officials intend to transform some historic locktender houses into a unique overnight rentals along the Fox River.

"It will be a very different experience (to) people as they're biking or kayaking through, or boating through. (They) will have the ability to stop at one of these and spend the night," said Candice Mortara, FWHP board president.

The first hostel parkway project could take place this year at the Cedar Lock along State 96, just west of downtown Little Chute, in collaboration with the Fox River Navigational System Authority and Friends of the Fox. ...

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