The property is pretty outdated, which we kind of expected and didn’t really mind considering it’s a state park lodge, but there were several problems. The rooms were dirty, our first room had candy and crumbs on the floor and hair on the pillows and toilet. When we notified the front desk they just said “sorry about that” and moved us to another room. No upgrade, no discount, not really any concern. Just seemed like business as usual. Our second room was cleaner, but not perfect. We actually found a sock under the corner of the bed when we were packing up. The amenities were probably the most frustrating of all. The website boast several amenities that were no were to be found (and most of the reason we booked). The putting green had been torn out and all that remained was a concrete pad. The disc golf course was their, but no discs. Most of the games in the game room were $1 each to play, and several were out of order. The sauna was closed for whatever reason. The website also stated they had a free deluxe breakfast during the off season. When we arrived we were told that was only on the weekends. We stayed Monday-Thursday so our breakfast included cereal, danishes, old fruit, and refrigerated pancakes and waffles. The pool and hot tub were both nice. The tennis courts and shuffle board were both available, but in pretty bad shape. We didn’t even try to find the putt putt course or the archery area, so not sure how those are or if they are open.