You may not have a choice - this place was booked as part of our river trip. But this place is real basic, so don't expect much.
The other reviews cover the general (barely clean/lumpy bed) gist of the place, but I have a couple points to add.
First, if you have to be at the river at a certain time, bring an alarm clock with you. There is no clock of any kind in the room, and no phone to get a wake up call. Cell phones don't work either.
Second, order only basic food at the restaurant. I had a steak for dinner, and I was the only one happy - fish was undercooked, green chile steak was inedible, etc. The burger I had for lunch was also pretty good. The hot breakfast buffet - icky, even if it was my last in civilization. And if you're in a large group, leave lots of time, they're not real fast.
Finally, it may help someone to restate what should have been obvious to us: make sure you have cash before you get there. We had a miscommunication and had to get tip money for the trip ($100/person x 6) at the last minute. They have one non-bank ATM that dispenses $100 in twenties at one time with a $2 service charge + your bank's charge for each transaction.
I'll also note for anyone confused, as we were, by MapQuest directions that imply the lodge is some distance from the road: this place has a gigantic sign on 89A. It's impossble to miss.
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