Attended a girls weekend at this lodge and there isn't possibly enough good to say. The rooms and cabins are slightly dated, but the scenery and impeccable grounds certainly make up for that. The accessible rooms are large with good space for wheelchair maneuvering. Plenty to do at the resort. The games area, pool and walking trails offer much family entertainment. I also recommend the boat cruise with Chester. Relaxing and his knowledge of the history of the area is second to none.
The food at the resort is heavenly from breakfast to dinner and the view from the restaurant is calming and serene.
This is a must experience for all. More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking