The main lodge has several rooms, mostly twin-bedded and ideal for younger guests.
On the ground floor are two very special rooms, each with two twin beds, which can be made up as a king bed. The larger, referred to as the “Indian Room,” is often fought over for its décor, which includes many Native American artifacts original to the area. The other is called the “Fort Room,” also with local artifacts. Each room has an en-suite bath with a claw-footed tub, a fireplace, and its own private access from the outside.
Upstairs, the largest of the beamed-ceilinged rooms has a king bed, a large stone fireplace, en-suite bath with claw-footed tub, and views over the lake. Two smaller rooms, one with two twin beds and a view over the lake, and the other with one twin bed, share a bathroom. Each room has a fireplace. An additional space has two twin beds on a porch surrounded by screens, and shares a bath with the king-bedded room.