My husband and I ended up staying at the Wolf Creek Lodge entirely by accident. We were supposed to have spent the night in Kansas City, but we had a tire blow out a couple miles from Burlington. It was after 6 P.M., so we felt it was best to stay where we were and try to take care of things the next day, as we were unwilling to drive the 90 miles to KC on the compact spare. The Wolf Creek Lodge was right there, so we took shelter where we could.
The room we had was basic, but clean. The hotel was constructed in the 1960's, but has been well-maintained. The bathroom has a shower only (no tub), but the shower head worked fine, and there was plenty of hot water. The tile, countertop, and fixtures all looked new. The bed was comfortable, and the room had a microwave, refrigerator, and a small flat-screen TV. That is about it as far as amenities, but for the price--under $50 --it was more than I would have expected. The neighborhood was quiet and we had no noise issues whatsoever. There are a couple of restaurants within walking distance. The staff was friendly and made us feel welcome, which helped a little to ease our anxiety after a rocky start to our vacation. If you need a good, clean, inexpensive place to stay in this part of Kansas, and don't require extensive amenities, this would be a good choice.