Eventually the resort transferred from Charles to son Jerry and his wife Bea Hodge who continued the tradition of making it a special place for guests to stay. They began construction of a garage with an upstairs apartment. What is known as the maintenance room today was originally constructed to be an ice house and the upstairs of the main house was converted to a simple apartment.
In 1985 the Hodges sold the resort to Laura and Kent Smith who made many of the changes you see today. From 1985 to 1987 a second story was added to the main hotel (only this time they had to pay for the materials), the garage was turned into guest quarters now known as the Lower Carriage House and the upstairs was renamed the Upper Carriage House. The apartment in the main house was split into the three elegant guest rooms.
In 2004 Maple Lane Resort was purchased by David and Susan Haughn. The Haughn’s brought Maple Lane Resort into the 21st century with many updates to the rooms and added amenities for guests to enjoy.