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My wife and I have been visiting here for over 15 years. This was our first visit since they remolded. The rooms are very nice and updated. The sitting areas are very nice for sitting and visiting. We will be back.
We were just looking for a place to spend the night after visiting Hot Springs-we didn't want to stay overnight in that "tourist town". What an unexpected joy to find this lodge. Thankful that they had availability. The north side view of the mountains is...More
We split an 8-day vacation between Queen Wilhelmina Lodge and a cabin in Beavers Bend State Park. We had stopped briefly at the Lodge on previous trips and were concerned that it might be a bit isolated for the full stay. Now we know. We...More
We picked out the Queen Wilhemina Lodge without knowing anything about it. It was the best stop on our trip in the Osarks. The room was spotless, large and had a spectacular view. We loved it so much we tried to extend our stay, but...More
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.
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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.