The rooms at Riverlake Resort were dark and dungeon like. It was old and slightly ran down. However, I think a man would have been pleased with it because it was more of a fishing place. Not so much for the girls. The pool was nice, and there was a volleyball net set up. We played shuffleboard, and cooked out on the grill. The boat dock was nice. My husband thought it was okay, but my daughter and I didn't like it so much.
.....much to the disappointment of our family. We went for twenty years, annually. It was never dirty, the service was great, they treated patrons like family. Whoever wrote the negative post from 06 or 07, was staying there after the original owners fell upon hard times (health problems) and the bank mercilessly sold it off to people who didn't care if it was run right. It was razed to the ground, three years ago, with the intention of building condos, and to date, it is barren of any buildings. It is a muddy mess, much worse condition now, than if it had been left operational. For people interested in trout fishing with provision of a kitchen (they always had everything you needed) and comfortable beds, it was a clean, pleasant place to go. It is now a tremendous waste of lakefront acreage. We tried surrounding places, and the ambiance was different for us. It isn't that the places were unpleasant, perhaps it is a feeling developed through an annual tradition. I don't believe that we were the only individuals that felt that way. The pictures and notes that had hung in the office from people all over the nation were proof. Keith and Debbie made you feel welcome, like family, year after year. God willing, we would have gone every year for 20 more years. We still talk about the memories we made there and miss it very much. The visit date reflects the very last time we ever stayed there.
This place was completely filthy. The carpets were nasty (couldn't even walk barefoot), the place was completely dirty. Porcelin and paint was chipped and the pool was closed. I was told there were no rooms that overlooked the water but the gully under my room filled with water when it rained. The service from the management staff was wretched and I was told there was nothing they could do about anything and they would not tell me who owned the place. I was also told that after this season they were going to bulldoze the place. I would not recommend this place to anyone, not even an animal!
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