This park has got the most amazing scenery, changing by the minute as fog rolls in an out. It's so far back in a hardscrabble corner of Appalachia that you might assume you can't get there from here. But it's worth the drive.
The prices are reasonable, every staff member we met was sweet and helpful, and the grounds and guest rooms were immaculate. The trails are a hiker's dream, miles of every sort of difficulty through an awe-inspiring collection of geologic formations. Toss in some frontier history and one of the coolest railway lines in the country, and there's something for everyone. Apparently it's also a great family destination, with pool and miniature water park, but we've come twice in the mid-season and never saw a child anywhere.
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