See why so many travellers make Pine Mountain State Resort Park their hotel of choice when visiting Pineville. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to Chained Rock (2.5 mi), a popular Pineville landmark, Pine Mountain State Park is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Pine Mountain State Park Hotel makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a Greek restaurant, consider a visit to Sauced, which is not far from Pine Mountain State Resort Park.
Should time allow, Pine Mountain State Resort Park is a popular state park that is relatively easy to get to.
At Pine Mountain State Resort Park, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Pineville.
It was just me at the upper shelter area, and it was beautiful. Catch the sunrise anytime and you will not be disappointed. Pine Mt State Park is Kentucky’s First State Park. You can reserve the shelter and have a birthday party, family reunion or church event. Plenty of parking, tables and restrooms.
This is my second time staying in one of the original CCC cabins during the COVID pandemic — first in August and second here in the beginning of November. I cannot recommend the original 1br cabins enough. They are beautiful, old, well-maintained, and perfectly sufficient for a stay. The small, but full, kitchen is great. We made breakfast for ourselves every morning and ordered takeaway for dinner at night. The first night we had the excellent catfish from the lodge, and the second night we picked up food from the Butcher's Pub (Wednesday wing night!) which was excellent. It rained this time, but that was fine. The quietness was perfect. The first time had some fantastic weather, and we were able to hike multiple trails, including the waterfall and the fern garden. I played 9 holes at Wasioto Friendly staff, nice historic cabins, great trails. Best of all……
We spent 4 days at Pine Mountain, in one of their rustic cabins. Quit,comfortable, and clean. Everyone from the front desk to housekeeping were very helpful and courteous. The lodge offers a variety of sandwiches and some light fare but nothing to write home about. We did our cooking in the cabin. It has a well supplied kitchen with cookware and table ware. All in all a nice retreat.
Wonderful view from our room! Last minute getaway in our beautiful home state of Kentucky! Very clean! Charming! Quiet! On site restaurant! No need to leave the park! It’s pretty far up the mountain winding road! Cannot wait to explore the trails!
It was nice to get away after the long shutdown due to the pandemic. The good news was that the room was pleasant with a view of the Pine Mountains that you could actually sit outside and enjoy. The bed was fairly comfortable and the staff was very friendly and helpful. There was also a small coffee maker and a refrigerator. The negative aspect was there was no microwave, the bathroom was very small and unlike our stays in Hilton properties there is no free breakfast. That being said it’s a beautiful park and close to The Cumberland Gap National Park if you wanted to see it also. One other thing-there were 2 remotes for the TV(an original one for the TV and a universal remote). You had to use the original remote to turn on the TV and toggle over to the right to the HDMI to actually get the TV to work. A small note in the room telling folks that would be helpful. Fortunately I went down to the desk to ask them how to get the TV to work. …