Stayed in one of the deluxe model rooms for a few days at the end of June, luckily another couple joined us which made the cost not too ridiculous. The room was clean and had plenty of room with a king bed in the downstairs room and two singles and a queen in the upstairs loft bedroom. The hot tub on the deck was great, the water was clean, did not smell of chemicals and was very hot. There was a campfire pit outside but in June it was not something we wanted to do. There was cell coverage for Verizon and AT&T, maybe other carriers as well but that is what we had. The only complaint about the room was that it advertised wireless internet and it did not work for the 3 days that we stayed, that really was a bother to the kids and could have been a big problem if we had some work to catch up on.
The rafting trip was great. Our trip leader (Doug) was very experienced, knowledgeable about the river, the history of the area and also had a million jokes. There is a picnic lunch with a variety of food and more than enough to stuff yourself if you choose but remember there are no bathrooms for the entire trip. If you have a waterproof camera, bring it, there are many great pictures to take. You will get wet though so make sure it is waterproof. The bus ride to the launching sight took about 40 minutes but the ride back at the end of the day took about 15. Cold drinks, including beer was served on the bus ride back. There are several nice restaurants on sight. The all you can eat buffet restaurant has very limited choices. The pool is nice but is pretty small.
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