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My husband and I love our Arkansas getaways. You can't beat the mountains, pines and beautiful scenery. This lodge is newly renovated. The beds are so comfortable. We enjoyed the restaurant buffet and couldn't believe how affordable it was. The lodge is near several hiking...More
We like to visit some of the State Parks and went to Queen Wilhelmina Lodge. It's located in SW Arkansas near the Oklahoma border. The Lodge has been renovated and is clean with comfortable rooms but unremarkable architecture. The view from the mountain is impressive...More
We had breakfast at the lodge. The drive up the mountain was stunning! The view from the lodge was spectacular!! The food, however was just ok. It wasn't bad....just didn't meet the standard of the surroundings.
We spent a wonderful couple of days at the Queen Wilhemina. Everything was spotless. The facility is obviously well cared for, and the staff was friendly and helpful. We had dinner twice in the on site restaurant and it was delicious. The whole place is...More
If you're looking for a wild action packed weekend, this is NOT it. But it is a beautiful, quiet, peaceful place to read, play games or hike some trails. The restaurant is so good, you never have to leave the mountain. The staff of the...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.