We stayed here on a long weekend for a family reunion on the lake and had a blast! Overall, we were very happy with the resort. Even though some of the buildings are old, the grounds were well-kept, the staff was terrifically friendly, and the location is beautiful. You have your choice of hotel rooms, cabins and camping here and the resort offers plenty to do including free property-wide wi-fi and pontoon boat rentals at the marina. The resort is also very well laid out, so even though it was busy it didn't feel crowded.
We stayed in one of the three-bedroom lakefront suites, and our suite was clean, incredibly spacious (we had 10 people and it didn't feel crowded) and had a great view. The suite included a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, which was very handy, and a huge deck overlooking the lake. Unfortunately, the suite was also very worn and the wallpaper was starting to peel in the bathrooms. (The building used to be a restaurant and it was divided up into suites several years ago, apparently using the cheapest materials available.) The beds were not particularly comfortable and noise from the nearby boat ramp carried through the walls, so forget sleeping in. There were some bugs - mostly mosquitoes and other flying things, but no roaches or anything like that. What do you expect on a lake in the southeast?
The rest of our party stayed in the two-bedroom cabins next to the pool, and they appeared to have been recently renovated and were very nice. The pool appeared new as well, and was very clean. We also rented out the conference room and it was very clean, in good order, and features a huge outdoor patio.
I can't say enough nice things about the staff. They gladly permitted us a late check-out, and also safeguarded some of our valuables while we went boating. We did rent a pontoon and unfortunately the motor overheated on our first one. They quickly brought us a replacement - again, friendly staff.
If you stay here, be sure to bring your own food and supplies. There is a restaurant on the resort, which I was told is pretty good, but aside from a couple of small convenience stores (read: liquor stores with a few other basics), the nearest grocery store is a Dollar General 3 miles away and the nearest town (Paris) is about 15 miles.