What a great place! Remote, but not without all of the amenities. My wife and I went with two of our adult children. The cabin is practically new with great lake views from the main room and master bedroom. We slept with the windows open and woke to our treehouse views, loon calls, and lapping water against the rocks on the shore. Fished, hiked, kayaked, used the grill and the fire pit, a big table for family dinner and games, lots of great reading spaces, and excellent shore orientation for sunsets. WiFi was surprisingly strong.
While the cabin is very modern (so much so that I am even reluctant to call it a "cabin."), it is surprising how far you are from groceries and restocking supplies. So, we were glad that we planned for all of our meals/drinks and came with everything we needed for the 5 nights with one planned dinner for the Landing restaurant about 15 mins by boat from the cabin.
You can only get to the cabin by boat. We rented the pontoon that the family owns and that worked out great. Started every time and ran great, but the fish finder showed that there were a lot more fish than were biting on my line (so it MUST be broken! jk). The folks at Life of Riley Resort were great in getting us oriented and on our way with the boat. It's a big pontoon boat which makes for great fishing and sunset cruises, but some boat skills are required to manage it at the piers and lift.
It is one of those places that as you boat away from dock that you would love to come back to. Again, you are not going to find many places like this. Thanks to the hosts for offering a place like this. Cheers.