Stayed in Cabin 8 (1 br & futon in living room). Liked the price, flexibility (could book two nights, not tied to a whole week), staff responsiveness, and location. Cabin was old, but serviceable; loved being nestled in the cedars. Some utensils, but not exhaustive supply, in kitchen (could use a bottle opener and tongs). Had to ask staff for napkins and light bulbs. Screens were mostly intact and, thankfully, enough fans were provided to circulate air. Wouldn't want to rely on them during the hottest days of summer, though.
Fire pit with chairs (and old, somewhat wobbly picnic table) and charcoal grill made it nice sitting next to the small creek. Kitchen was small but had all the major appliances. Fun and funky old concrete sculptures and several walking trails; won't reveal which trail leads to a small, old dump.
We liked the proximity to downtown St. Ignace but distance away from the densest tourist traps. The location provided a better-than-expected access to walk/jog on Pointe LaBarbe Road.
It was nice having the sand beach within walking distance, and the beach items available-- chairs, volleyball, buckets/shovels/boogie boards, etc.