Pine Mountain State Resort Park
- Golf Course
- Miniature Golf
- Wildlife Viewing
Pine Mountain State Resort Park
1050 State Park Road
Pineville, KY 40977
Daniel Boone Country
DescriptionAlert: The golf course at Pine Mountain is closed due to flooding as of Feb. 7, 2020.
ALERT: The coronavirus outbreak has led to the closure of some Kentucky State Park facilities such as museums, gift shops and historic homes. For the latest details, click here.
You will be charmed by the skilled craftsmanship of stone and wood throughout Herndon J. Evans Lodge at Pine Mountain Resort, Kentucky's first state park. Each of the 30 rooms has a private patio or balcony to enjoy mountain views. Open year-round. AAA 3 - Diamond rating. Rooms are available by late afternoon. Lodge room check-out by 11 a.m., local time. We are now pet friendly! The park also has 21 cottages available.
Pine Mountain State Resort Park offers a variety of meeting spaces to accommodate groups of all sizes. For more information about hosting a group or wedding CLICK HERE.
Mountain View Restaurant
The atmosphere of the resort restaurant is one of engaging serenity and gentle seclusion. Seating is available for 125 people with good viewing from every location. A private dining area seats 25 people. With a new menu and a wider variety of items, you will enjoy your meal while overlooking the spectacular mountain scenery of southeast Kentucky. Views of the mountains change throughout the day - from breakfast with mist-shrouded peaks to dinner with spectacular sunsets. As a supporter of Kentucky Proud program we utilize locally grown meats and produce when available.
Restaurant hours through May 1, 2020
(Carry out only; we recommend calling ahead to order)
Breakfast 7-10 a.m.
Lunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Dinner 4-7 p.m.
7 Days a week 24/7
Things to Do
The Cumberland Plateau hosts species found nowhere else in the state. The elevation makes it suitable for many breeding passerines typically found in northerly locations. Specialties of the region include breeding warblers, ruffed grouse, and ravens, among others. In spring, the park witnesses the peak migration of warblers through the mountains near the end of April. A good variety of less commonly observed Neotropical migrant birds are observed nesting in summer.
Small selection of Kentucky-made candies, jellies, and souvenirs are available for purchase in the lobby.
Alert: The golf course at Pine Mountain is closed due to flooding as of Feb. 7, 2020.
The resort is home of the championship Wasioto Winds 18-hole golf course. The course, nationally ranked by Golf Digest in 2004, is a links-style course in the mountains. The course features spectacular scenery, wide cart paths, practice range, practice putting greens, and an indoor training center. Golf packages are offered year-round. For more information, call the course Pro Shop at 606-337-1066 or 1-800-814-8002. For more info about this course CLICK HERE.
Pine Mountain is a hiker’s paradise with 12 miles of self-guided trails. Hike to Chained Rock, the Hemlock Garden or various other trails with names like Honeymoon Falls, Rock Hotel, and Timber Ridge.
The challenging 9-hole miniature golf course provides a great opportunity for whole-family fun! Open April 1 - October 31. ($)
The Laurel Cove Amphitheater, featuring bathrooms and a dressing room, is available for rental. Its lush, peaceful setting is ideal for warm-season weddings, large gatherings, and public performances.
Picnic areas can be found at various scenic locations across the park. Tables, grills, rest rooms, and a covered shelter are located near Laurel Cove and the similarly outfitted Dogwood Shelter, on the park’s east end. Shelters are available for rental up to three years in advance.
Cool off with a refreshing dip in our pool (meets ADA standards). The lodge pool is for the exclusive use of overnight park guests. Hours: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm daily, Memorial Day to Labor Day. No lifeguards on duty.