Built in the early 1900’s, the lodge has been a favorite for many visitors including Charles Dawes.
Dawes won the Nobel prize for his plan which brought an end to World War I.
He served as Vice President under Calvin Coolidge and later was ambassador to England.
When he wasn't serving his country, he was a successful businessman and songwriter.
He published more than a dozen songs, the most famous of which is, "Many a Tear Has to Fall" (It's All In The Game)