If you are expecting something like a Marriott property, you will be disappointed. This is an old lodge in a state park.....pretty dated but it has a rustic charm. We lucked out and it was "Bluegrass Jam" night in the lodge - this seems to take place every couple of Saturdays. Local folks come in and play music in the lobby and on the patio. Fun! We stayed in the lodge (there are also some cabins), and the room was adequate. Beds were not great, but we have had worse. At least the windows opened! Only one room in the lodge has a water view - so ask for a wooded view on the third floor (you have to climb one flight of stairs). The Falls are 1/2 mile down the road, but you can see the river from the outdoor patio and also from their restaurant area. The food in the restaurant was good for a state park. Buffet dinner and breakfast with some decent selections. They seem to keep the dining room really COLD, so take a sweater. I think the buffet price was $9.99 for dinner and $7.99 for breakfast. Don't miss visiting the falls - really lovely and if you go when there is a full moon - you will get to see "moon bows." We missed those but there was a rainbow around 10:30 AM there. Other than that I would say there isn't too much to do - might have to be creative in keeping kids entertained if you stay for more than one night. Oh, take shampoo and conditioner if you don't like "conditioning shampoo." They do have hair dryers and plenty of towels.
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- Cumberland Falls State Resort - Dupont Hotel Corbin
- Dupont Lodge Cumberland Falls
- Cumberland Falls State Hotel Dupont