I enjoyed my stay at the lodge although i'm not sure if i would go back.
the lodge itself is an impressive place - truly unique in it's decor. it's almost campy with all the bright colors and mural covered dinning room walls. it is clearly not "authentic" native american decor but that adds to its kitschy appeal.
the most important thing about the rooms is to reserve one with a lake view. otherwise you are facing the parking lot which is pretty unpleasant. the rooms are small (one of the beds in our room pulled out of the wall) but are charming nonetheless. it is a lodge and kind of rustic in its accommodations.
the most important thing to know about the dining aspect is that THERE IS NO ALCOHOL at the lodge! we arrived after a 6 hour drive and wanted to order a glass of wine and appetizer but were denied both. as for the appetizer we were told that we were "not allowed" to eat in the common room and that no appetizer type items were available anyway.
we were not that impressed by the food at dinner. passable but nothing special. the sunday brunch was very nice.
it is an impressive place with some real quirks but worth a visit