We have stayed at Stoney Ridge in both the cabins and in our own camper. What brings us back so many times??? Don, Marty and Dawn. Stay just one time and you're part of the family. The cabins are a bit rustic. If you're expecting a 5 star resort, this is NOT the place. If you're expecting something comfortable, small, quiet, and just outside of town, this is the place for you.
We usually stay in the cabin named "The Loons Nest" and the decor is loon themed. I think Don has the oldest working refrigerators in the cabins. Cold food stays cold. The room has a 2 burner hot plate, a pan or two, dinnerware, silverware and cookware. Also comes with a toaster, microwave and a color,cable tv that sits on top of the refrigerator. The cabin has 2 full size beds that are old and a bit tired. We bring our own foam mattress toppers to make the beds a bit more hospitable. The sheets are all cotton, old, and oh, so soft.There is a bathroom with shower. The bathroom has it's own hot water heater so hot water is plentiful. There is no kitchen sink, so an idea would be to bring a basin to use as a sink;
Cabins come with the use of a boat. Fishing is most often awesome and you can even catch fish right off their docks! The resort has their own fishing store with ample live bait, and line, lures, and all things that might be needed.
The main draw of Stony Ridge is the on-site restaurant. The food is great, and plentiful. If you leave hungry, it's your fault. The hashbrown breakfasts are not to be missed. One service CAN feed two people. The lunches and dinners are also awesome, with sandwiches, burgers and, of course, walleye.