The main dining lodge was built in 1968 when the kitchen/dining room became too small to serve the growing client base. The old dining room is what is now the kitchen. One side equipped with Amish handmade hickory/walnut tables and chairs for a relaxing family style meal. The other is plush couches, chairs and Amish handmade hickory rockers for relaxing in front of the fireplace and telling
lies stories. The walls and rafters are filled with our proud history, and exploring it provides a wonderful window to our past. Camp flyers and pamphlets from the turn of the century, images of fish and wildlife from clients of the distant and not-so-distant past, and a plethora of relics from a more simple time. Moose horn chandeliers and furniture are scattered throughout the lodge, all adding to the rustic wilderness charm. The ever-present smell of fresh baked bread, cookies, and home cooked meals only heighten the experience. Be sure to try your luck at the “Guides Waiting Game” a favorite for young and old alike.