Pine Mountain State Resort Park, Pineville

4.2
#24 of 60 in Nature in Kentucky
Must see · Forest · State Park
Pine Mountain State Resort Park is a Kentucky state park located in Bell County, southeastern Kentucky, United States. Located on part of the [[Pine Mountain (Appalachian Mountains)|Pine Mountain ridge in the Appalachians, the park opened in 1924 as Kentucky's first state park.

Each spring since 1933, the park has hosted the annual Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival. A portion of the park is legally dedicated as a nature preserve by the Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves.

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  • My husband has sought out lodges for years all over the US when traveling with his brothers. On a recent visit to Ohio to see family, we were looking for a hotel to stay at on the way home that would....  more »
  • I have to admit that this is a truly picturesque park. The views are stunning especially if you rented a room in the lodge. We enjoyed sitting outside sipping some wine or having a snack and just...  more »
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  • Had a very nice one night stay with my family on a road trip. Checking in was easy, rooms were nice and the view was great. Hiking was a lot of fun, found a lot of types of mushrooms and the two trails I went on were very different from each other. Restaurant was very nice, with good service and a great view. Couple things I would recommend is having a small fridge in the rooms, as well as some of the trails could have used a little more maintenance. But overall, would go again and would recommend others who love nature and hiking to visit.
  • This is a hidden gem. The historic lodge is a nice surprise. The staff was friendly and the rooms clean. Even the restaurant was good, which you don't expect at state lodges. Its a beautiful park with hiking trails and scenic overlooks. We have been in January and July and plan to go back for fall colors.

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