My family (as well as 20 other family friends) have been coming up to Clark's Landing (formerly Bon Air) for over 20 years. We love it. It's a peaceful, quiet getaway if you're looking to relax and catch up with family and friends. There are no bells and whistles here: no wi-fi, no cable, no air conditioning, low water pressure, and barebones cabins - but that's part of the appeal! It's a perfect place to unplug and decompress.
Now to the bad part: management has simply not invested anything into this property in many years. Screen porches were added 10-15 years ago to the smaller cabins, and that was the final improvement. The "big house" is situated on a marsh and yet is the only cabin with no screen porch. The bugs are horrible, even by NH standards, especially after a rainy week.
The beach, potentially Clark's biggest asset, has been woefully ignored for years. Crab grass covers nearly a third of the beach, and worst of all, the sand along the shore is no longer being regularly raked. This has led to a huge build-up of bacteria/duck feces in the first 10-15 feet of the shore. It's disgusting and potentially a health hazard. This needs to be regularly maintained, as it has discouraged us from venturing into the water.
The cabins also could use incremental improvements. Appliances don't always work, screens are broken (letting bugs in), and the bed linens/furniture haven't changed in 15 years.
While there is an allure to Clark's Landing essentially "staying the same," management needs to remember that incremental improvements/maintenance are key to bringing people back.