The main lodge was constructed in 2002. Its placement among red and white oaks and sugar maples provides both a rural and woodland setting. Red pine, true half-logs from Northern Wisconsin CCC Camp plantations are all hand peeled, treated, and dried. An interior bunk house sleeps eight and accommodates eating for twelve. The kitchen areas passes though for easy counter serving. A full accessible restroom accommodates nearly every need. The bunk house and eating areas are specifically designed to accommodate staff, guides, and volunteers plus an occasional small hunting group. The dining area could accommodate or facilitate a small classroom or seminar.
Several permanent blinds are available. Blinds are 8′ x 8′ with ramps that lead to hardwood-sided permanent buildings with multiple windows providing a wide field of view in all directions for hunting, game observation, photography, etc.