I stayed at the Indian Trail with my Wife and Toddler son this past weekend.
The biggest problem, which turned out to be a non-issue for me was an issue with my room reservation:
I made my reservation on Expedia several weeks before my stay. I called two days in advance of my stay to confirm my reservation. The man I spoke to told me he did not have a reservation for me, so I gave him my Expedia confirmation number. He told me he looked it up on Expedia and, sure enough, he can see my reservation with the motel, but it was in an "unconfirmed" status on his end (everything looked normal on my end, like I had a room booked). He told me that he would get it straightened out and that I would have a room ready for me when I arrived. I arrived on the day of my stay and checked in at the front desk. The woman working the desk told me I did not have a room booked. I told her the story of my phone conversation with the man - she told me "there's no man here, only a woman" (OK lady, then who did I speak with . . .) I showed her my Expedia confirmation on my phone and she found a room for me. Luckily, there were vacancies otherwise I may not have gotten a room. This issue will make me very hesitant to book a room with them in the future. At least I won't do it with a website, I'll just call them - old-school style.
The room was sufficient for our needs. We aren't terribly picky, though. The flooring and decor was dated - pink toilet & tub, for example. There was a cheap, but functional fridge and microwave. There was a tube-style TV (that we never turned on). There was a queen size bed and an old two-seater sofa. There was enough room in the Bedroom/living room area for a Pack & play to be set up and a perimeter of 2 or 3 feet around it in any direction. There's a wall-unit Air Conditioner. Good enough.
The biggest issue we had with the room is that there are translucent windows beneath the main windows which aren't covered by curtains. This lets a lot of light into the room during the night (from outdoor lighting). We like it dark in the room, so this was annoying.
There's an outdoor pool, which is nice, but our Toddler didn't really like it other than to play on the steps. Other locations have more toddler friendly splash and play areas. There's an indoor pool and hot tub, but we didn't use that stuff. There's an american-style restaurant next to the motel that looked nice, but we didn't eat there. There are supposedly charcoal grilles somewhere, but we didn't see any.
All in all, the place is sufficient for a weekend family getaway to the Dells. The place was cheap enough ($360-ish for 3 nights Thurs-Sun in the early summer) that I can overlook the shortcomings. My biggest concern, as noted above was their ability to take and hold a reservation (kind of important). Next time I come to the Dells, I'll probably shop around for a different motel, but wouldn't have a problem staying here again if they are significantly cheaper.