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In general the staff was pleasant. This is an old property which needs some attention and maintenance inside and out.
We opted for a cottage. The quality of the cottages seems to vary considerably but the price is the same. We found ours to be...More
Stayed for the day. We watched the eclipse poolside! Great spot! Nice people!
Older hotel like most of this country's state park facilities. Rooms dated but clean. Restaurant serving country eats. Fried chicken was great!! Decent salad bar and tons of desserts on the lunch...More
We were looking for a lake getaway weekend and booked based on the glowing reviews. We arrived to a tired old property. The staff @ the front desk was very friendly. The room was the smallest room and bathroom we have EVER stayed in. The...More
My cousin had her fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration here in the Garden Room at Kenlake Resort Lodge. Her daughter did an outstanding job preparing for the event and the Garden Room was an excellent venue for it. The food was prepared by the lodge and...More
Yes, it is older... & few ammenities BUT private views of lake, quiet and simply gorgeous setting, polite staff, clean and soft beds. IF you are looking for a family unit--their cabins are new-like little houses with screen porches & grills...book early for best prices...More
US$71 - US$118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from timgoode48 | Reviewed this property |
There are some sites on the water, but direct access to the water from the site is not possible. There are some paths to reach the water's edge, but the shoreline is VERY rocky. Water sandals would definitely be necessary.
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"None of the rooms seem to have a clear view of the lake due to the trees."