This modern complex consists of a central lodge plus a series of smaller cottages and outbuildings. It's situated on a remote part of the coast, adjacent to hiking trails and a popular boating area at the mouth of the Liscomb River. The lodge bills itself as a nature lover's resort, and certainly it offers access to both forest and sea. But it's not exactly wilderness here; the well-tended lawns, modern architecture, shuffleboard, marina, free Wi-Fi, and outdoor chessboard testify to the middle-to-upper income summer-campness of the place. What makes it swell for vacationing families are the tons of kid-friendly offerings (table tennis, horseshoe pitches, and so forth). Outdoor types will enjoy the guided kayak trips, hikes, and bird watches. Rooms here are modern and motel-like; the cottages and chalets have multiple bedrooms: again, good for families. The dining room is open to the public and serves resort fare (steaks, fish).