My spouse and I recently stayed here for two nights. The property is reminiscent of summer camp, with a large main lodge, a tuck shop, and many rustic cabins situated around the lakes. The cabins themselves are very primitive with running water available only in the bathroom. Dishes are supplied, but not pots and pans so if you plan to bring a coleman stove to cook your own meals, bring along these items as well. Firewood is provided on each cabin's porch. The cabin, although very primitive with open beams and plywood walls, was very clean and equipped with extra blankets and pillows available for those chilly nights.
Despite the daylong down pour, we enjoyed the hiking trails. It is well worth it to rent a canoe and explore the many lake on the property. A group of baby turtles hatched while we were there and we had fun helping them cross the road in to the river.
The staff at the main lodge were friendly and pleasant. Given the cost of the cabin for the amenities provided, you could definitely get more elsewhere for your money. However, if you are willing to pay more for a very rustic experience, this is the place for you.