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We just stopped in for iced tea and dessert after a hike. Iced tea and cake were delicious. Iced tea tasted freshly brewed and not bitter. Cake tasted fresh and homemade. Great view as well. Very friendly staff.
We spent a night here in late June as a followup to a stay many years earlier. The room, lodge and grounds were very clean, the staff was friendly and helpful, and the dinner buffet was surprisingly good, including an unusually large choice of good...More
We stayed two nights, pet friendly (after you pay the $40 non refundable fee), king bed and great tv. The internet is slow satellite but it works. Phone service works outside but so so in rooms
Bed soft and comfy. Room super clean with nice...More
This was a really fun location to try out our new motorhome. I had been here as a kid, but only remembered the train, which is still operating! We thoroughly enjoyed being up on the mountain and getting a break from the summer heat. And...More
Scheduled a stay at the lodge during the return leg of our yearly Memorial day weekend ride thru Ok,Ar,and Mo.. This was our last stop before returning home and it was definitely restful and enjoyable. The lodge is beautiful, and the rooms are modern and...More
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Typically, foliage can be viewed at its peak from the last week of October through the first week of November. Any season in a great time to visit Queen Wilhelmina State Park and take in the panoramic view from atop... More
Typically, foliage can be viewed at its peak from the last week of October through the first week of November. Any season in a great time to visit Queen Wilhelmina State Park and take in the panoramic view from atop 2,681-foot Rich Mountain, the state's second highest point. The Talimena National Scenic Byway boasts outstanding scenery of the seasonal beauty of these east-west trending mountain ranges as it winds along the ridges of one of only two, east-west trending mountain ranges in the United States.