All I can think is that perhaps this was once a nice place.
The good: Beautiful lakes nearby, lots of wildlife.
The bad: Everything else.
It appears to be a classic example of what happens when a person leaves his empire to his kid. You know; Kid goes to college, then inherits business and it coasts for awhile resting on it's laurels. Today this place is pretty run-down. In fact, the only part they seem to have fixed up really nice is the main lodge, where he lives with his girlfriend. The cabins have no locks so good luck leaving your valuables for the day while you are out paddling. The owner and his workers spend pretty much every waking hour running ATV's around the property. It felt more like I was at a dirt track than in a peaceful wilderness area. We watched while one worker actually started up the quadrunner at the main lodge and rode it to a nearby building. It took longer to start the machine, drive, then shut it off than it would have to just walk. This was common throughout the day, quadrunner start up, run for 15 seconds, shut off. A good portion of the day also involved listening to their skid loader working on moving rocks and dirt around the property. While they might say they are "improving" the property, one would think this work would be done early in the season or after the masses have gone in the fall, not right at the height of tourist season. The owner never so much as said hello to us or most of the other guests (we tried but he usually walked the other way when we made eye contact). You will also be "greeted" by one of the dogs they let run around the property. It's oh so fun and enjoyable when they rub up against you on your deck or while seated in the dining room trying to enjoy dinner, while the owner looks on and thinks nothing of it. These are outdoor dogs. Pretty gross.
For this place to have existed for so many years it can only mean that the original owner was a much more personable guy who really understood what it is that makes a place successful (happy guests).
If you are looking for just one step above a tent, you will probably be ok. If you want a cabin that will actually keep the bugs out you might be less than satisfied here.
There are other resorts in this area and on adjacent lakes. I would research carefully. Maybe find one run by an older couple who have been doing it for a couple decades.