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“good price, but not a resort”

Twin Falls State Park
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Mullens
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed July 24, 2012

good prices, small but nice balcony, small microwave & refrigerator in our room. REALLY good restaurant with reasonable pricing considering there was not another place nearby. But after 10:00pm nothing to do, there was an open air atrium with tables and benches, would have to drive down to the campground for fire pits and I guess horseshoes too?. There are trails/waterfalls/ and golf - that is it. Falls are VERY treacherous and definitely NOT stroller/wheelchair accessible. There are two pools roof top at the club house not open on Monday and another day, then an indoor that closes at 10:00pm- Hot tub NOT working. Did find some board games to borrow in one of the meeting /lounge rooms. Front desk did offer to open the Nature Center for us if we wanted. Customer service was good and service was good.

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Reviewed July 21, 2012

I recentlystayed at the Twin Falls State Park lodge overnight for a golf tournament and I must say that this facility can accomidate any type outing you may want to schedule. Challenging, well maintained 18 hole golf course, indoor pool, lodge with large conference rooms, well equiped work out room, full service restaurant, gift shop, spacious, clean lodge rooms, cabins, camp sites, picnic areas, and many other activities to numerous to list. I recommend this state owner facility for any activity. This is a destination in itself, and yes, there are two differtent waterfalls!

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Reviewed July 9, 2012

Visit the old home place and the grounds. Nice golf course, pool and eatery. Recently, major renovation.

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Reviewed June 28, 2012

Though it is little drive in off the interstate, it is well worth it. The park is very scenic and filled with wildlife. We didn't golf, but the course looked real nice. The thing I personally enjoyed the most was that it wasn't crowded and we picked a very nice, secluded spot. Also, the park ranger was very nice.

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Reviewed June 17, 2012 via mobile

OK. So this is in the middle of nowhere. And I mean nowhere. Nestled in mountains of coal country in West Virginia is this gorgeous preserve. We stayed just two nights in a king suite for nothing other than the accommodations in Where's It, West Virginia and are planning a lengthier return for more outdoorsy, wild kinda things. Check-in was comparable to most places but occurred in a nice entry foyer with exposed beams, natural light, and obviously new creature comforts (this place has recently undergone a complete overhaul). The front desk staff are very courteous and professional, and speak with the area's distinct accent (which is charming, laced with "sweeties," "honeys," and "sugar pies"). Our room was on the second level overlooking a new courtyard. The king suite was MASSIVE. We had a ginormous flat screen TV, sofa, armchair, dining for two, a desk, one of those college dorm microfridges, a comfortable king bed, and well-appointed bathroom. The room was quiet, the A/C very functional, and the plentiful pillows promoted restful repose. We may have been in the mountains, mama, but we were in accommodations rivaling some in the big city (see previous review). This suite was huge. In an area with notably few accommodations, don't overlook this one. We shall return with friends, wine, and crunchy acoutrements to better enjoy the great outdoors- perhaps to rent one of Twin Falls' cabins next time. Note to Twin Falls: add more wall hangings; in the suite, such big barren walls left us feeling slightly sterile. More photography from the grounds is all it would take to warm things up a bit.

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