Kentucky December 24, 2017
A Trip To This Majestic Kentucky Lodge Will Take You Back In Time
Are you ready for a getaway? After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it’s nice to schedule some relaxation. Spend some time at this historic lodge this winter.
The DuPont lodge was constructed in 1941, and it's simply magnificent.
The first DuPont lodge in Cumberland Falls State Park was built in 1933 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, but it burned down in 1940. You'll find the lodge at 7351 Hwy. 90 in Corbin, Kentucky.
The lodge is warm and cozy, with its stone and wood panel-lined walls and soaring ceilings with log beams. Enjoy chatting with friends in front of the fire here.
The lodge offers 51 rooms to accommodate your needs. You'll find everything you need here to make yourself at home. The lodge is pet-friendly, and it's open year-round.
You can also stay at one of the cottages onsite. Choose a one or two-bedroom cottage with a fireplace, full kitchen and porch or patio.
Enjoy a delicious meal at the Riverview Restaurant. Hearty breakfasts, hush puppies, and catfish dinners are all specialties here.
The large windows that line the walls provide spectacular views of the valley below.
One look at the 125-foot-wide Cumberland Falls, and you'll see why it's called the "Niagara of the South." When there's a full moon, you can see a moonbow. This is the only place in the Western hemisphere to witness this rare natural phenomenon.
Spend some time at DuPont Lodge this winter for a cozy weekend stay.
Have you stayed at DuPont Lodge? We’d love to hear about your trip!
another place that’s good for the soul this winter.