Called a "resort" becuz in 1911 they had 7 cabins & 7 or more units was by law a resort. The place is more like a camp so lower your "resort" expectations. The cabins were ok but cleanliness was not. The floors were dirty, the bottom edge of the shower door was moldy, & there was lots of crusted dirt around the baseboards. We were in the older part. The Moose Lodge, built more recently, is supposed to be nicer. The grounds are absolutely beautiful & the hiking trails are nice for seeing more of it. We visited the sled dog kennel area on our hike. The hot springs were great, very relaxing. The free tour of the greenhouse & geo thermal heat process was interesting. The Ice Museum is AMAZING & a must not miss! The food in the restaurant, was pretty good. They do not take reservations, so getting in is very difficult. Our 1st night, they were understaffed. They told us it would be a 35 min wait. At over an hour they took in, ahead of us, an entire tour group that had arrived by shuttle. We were told "they have a reservation" & they are a "tour" so they cater more to the tour people than their own resort guests! They still said we were 2nd on the list but also told anyone coming in, that it would be a 2 hour wait. We went to the Activities Center where they have some sandwiches, salads, soups, etc. & had a simple dinner. Breakfast the next am was there as well. The staff were in "end of season mode". There are real management issues to be addressed but we still enjoyed our stay.