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Queen Wilhelmina State Park

3877 Highway 88 West

A spectacular mountaintop setting. Breathtaking panoramic scenery. Royal hospitality. Queen Wilhelmina State Park is this, and more. The park's crowning attraction is its renowned hostelry, a historic lodging tradition born in 1898 with the original "Castle in the Sky" that graced this same lofty locale high above the Ouachita Mountains over 100 years ago.


Larissa Agahi

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
I stayed here one night while traveling on my motorcycle to Eureka Springs. I was very surprised how nice the lodge was for a state park. I'm from Texas and our state parks are nothing like this! It could have easily passed for a Hilton. The rooms were very spacious and clean, very modern amenities, and one of the nicest hotel showers I've ever seen. Food was also quite good. I would definitely stay here again.

Michael G

Thursday, July 12, 2018
One of my favorite state park lodges. The food at the cafe is usually pretty descent. The view is awesome. Cool thing on summer evenings, you can watch the clouds form from the lower valley floor as they hit elevation at the top of the mountain.

Alan Semon

Monday, June 4, 2018
The Lover's Leap trail is a pleasant mile-long loop trail. The lodge is stunning and has an interesting history. The restaurant inside the lodge serves up a wide range of dishes. Great staff are everywhere. Heck, even the numerous hummingbirds seemed friendlier than you'd expect!

Autumn Dickerson

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
The lodge was beautiful. The servers were funny and kind but Casey was very rude. We were there for a wedding. I requested that we get another table cloth and I saw her walk up to two other employees and start complaining. Then I attempted to help her change out the table cloth where she told me it would be better if she did it herself. So unprofessional! Not to mention she lost my parents reservations for the weekend so my siblings had to stay elsewhere. 😡

Nathan Gardner

Thursday, July 5, 2018
Beautiful drive up the mountain. Some of the best views I've ever seen. We did not stop at the resteraunt at the top but my grandma says its wonderful.

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