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We stayed at the lodge after spending a day visiting Red River Gorge. Because it was raining cats and dogs, we did not get a chance to actually go up to Natural Bridge, but we enjoyed our stay nonetheless. Our room was very nice, and...More
We camped at natural bridge state park for a week. It is a beautiful park with a few unusual cons. First, the hiking and rock formations are stunning and worth the mostly upward hikes. We hiked to the arch most days. The restrooms are pretty...More
This State Park Lodge has decent rooms that are dated but fairly well maintained. Our room had a connecting door to the one next to us and it was noisy until we called the front desk.
It is very easy to get to the hiking...More
We spent three nights in a park cottage while hiking at the park and mostly at nearby Red River Gorge. The cottage was nicely sized and equipped, although it was surprising that sugar and creamer weren't supplied with the coffee. Parts of the cottage had...More
We stayed Fri-Sun. Staff at lodge was great, very helpful. Cabin we stayed in was very well maintained. Cable tv, wood fireplace, central air. Be prepared for stairs. Stairs. And more stairs. We will return.
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US$74 - US$184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The answer is, it depends - they have AAA and senior discounts but you can look up the standard rack rates on the Kentucky State Parks web site. Right now they are quoting $79.95/night for a standard room with two queen... More
The answer is, it depends - they have AAA and senior discounts but you can look up the standard rack rates on the Kentucky State Parks web site. Right now they are quoting $79.95/night for a standard room with two queen beds. Each room has a balcony overlooking the creek - very pleasant!
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"Note that almost all the cottages are only accessible via stairs. I think there's only one where you can..."