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Mena and the Queen Wilhelmina Inn

Roy Vail

Mena and the Queen Wilhelmina Inn

a brief history

by Roy Vail

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Published by Desert Biological Publications in Mena, Ark .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mena (Ark.)
    • Subjects:
    • Mena (Ark.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Roy Vail.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF419.M28 V35 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination78 p. :
      Number of Pages78
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1126112M
      ISBN 100961400315
      LC Control Number94068531
      OCLC/WorldCa36639208

        The main attraction at the park is the latest inn, which is the park lodge of today. The Queen’s Restaurant serves Southern fare with first-class hospitality. Queen Wilhelmina State Park features forty-one campsites, as well as hiking trails and picnic area. Highway 88 West, Mena, AR , Phone: An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Wilhelmina State Park Inn Item Preview remove-circle A postcard of the Palace for Queen Wilhelmina of Holland in Mena, Arkansas. Addeddate Identifier.

      The Queen Wilhelmina Lodge underwent a major renovation in , providing a new look and enhanced amenities. Large windows now frame the views of the panoramic mountain scenery. Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of the Netherlands of Orange-Nassau was born on 31 August , in Noordeinde Palace, The Hague, was the only child of King William III and Emma of Waldeck and childhood was characterised by a close relationship with her parents, especially with her father, who was 63 years old when she was born.

      Book the Clean NEW Cabin in the Ouachita Mountains With Mountain Views, Fireplace - Stay at this romantic cabin in Mena. Enjoy onsite parking, an arcade/game room, and an in-room DVD player. Our guests praise the convenient parking and the clean rooms in our reviews. Popular attractions Queen Wilhelmina State Park and Queen Wilhelmina State Park are located nearby/5(28). Queen Wilhelmina State Park Lodge closed on March 5, , to undergo a major renovation. It will reopen in spring This temporary closure applies to the entire lodge including all 38 guest rooms, the restaurant, lobby, meeting room, and restrooms. All other facilities at Queen Wilhelmina.


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Mena and the Queen Wilhelmina Inn by Roy Vail Download PDF EPUB FB2

Spend some vacation time with us relaxing at Queen Wilhelmina State Park Lodge. Whether you’re with the family, friends or it’s just the two of you, we have the perfect room. Select from two queen beds, a king bed or king suite. Four of the 40 guest rooms include cozy gas fireplaces.

Barrier-free rooms meet the needs of visitors with disabilities. Queen Wilhelmina Lodge, Mena: See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Queen Wilhelmina Lodge, ranked #1 of 7 hotels in Mena and rated of 5 at Tripadvisor/5().

Mena and the Queen Wilhelmina Inn: A brief history Paperback – January 1, by Roy Vail (Author) › Visit Amazon's Roy Vail Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Roy Vail. Today's state park lodge is the third mountain inn to grace this same spectacular setting on 2,foot Rich Mountain, Arkansas's second highest mountain.

The lodge's recent renovation and expansion has given it a new look with enhanced amenities. Queen Wilhelmina State Park Lodge graces a site rich in history. Generations have made memories here.

Hotels near Queen Wilhelmina Lodge, Mena on Tripadvisor: Find 3, traveler reviews, 1, candid photos, and prices for 30 hotels near Queen Wilhelmina Lodge in Mena, AR. 17 reviews of Queen Wilhelmina Lodge "The drive up to the lodge is beautiful on the Talimena scenic route with several stops along the way offering scenic vistas.

The lodge itself was recently reopened after being closed for over a year for complete renovation. They did a great job on the remodel, everything seems first class and well thought out. Hotels near Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Mena on Tripadvisor: Find 3, traveler reviews, 1, candid photos, and prices for 30 hotels near Queen Wilhelmina State Park in Mena, AR.

Yes, Sassafras Inn does have fully refundable rooms available to book on our site, which can be cancelled up to a few days before check-in. Just make sure to check this property's cancellation policy for the exact terms and on: Reine Street South, Mena, AR Located atop Rich Mountain, Arkansas’s second highest peak, Queen Wilhelmina offers some of the most breathtaking views in the state from the fully renovated lodge.

Travel the Talimena National Scenic Byway to this park and its lofty setting. This site is as rich in history as it is in scenery. The original lodge was built in the late s as a Victorian resort named Wilhelmina Inn to honor.

The park is located 13 miles west of Mena, Arkansas on Ark. 88 (the Talimena Scenic Drive, a national scenic byway).

[NOTE: During inclement weather, from Mena travel six miles north on U.S. 71, then go 10 miles west on U.S.then go miles south up Ark. At the end ofturn west (right) and travel another half-mile to the park.].

The Queen Wilhelmina State Park is located in the Ouachita Mountains near Mena in the state of Arkansas. The park encompasses almost five hundred acres of land on and around Arkansas's highest peak, Rich Mountain and part of the two hundred and twenty miles long Ouachita Trail.

Queen Wilhelmina State Park is a unit of Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism in the Ouachita Mountains. The original "Castle in the Sky" lodge was built in on 2,foot Rich Mountain, in Polk County, park is on Talimena Scenic Drive — northwest of Mena, Arkansas and east of the Oklahoma state line.

It is the only lodge open on the mile Ouachita Trail. Located on top of Rich Mountain, Arkansas’s second highest peak, Queen Wilhelmina offers some of the most breathtaking views in the state from the fully renovated lodge.

The original lodge was built in the late s as a Victorian resort named Wilhelmina Inn to honor the young Queen of the Netherlands. The park is located 13 miles west of Mena. Jan 4, - Explore Visit Mena's board "Queen Wilhelmina" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Queen wilhelmina, Mena arkansas, State parks.9 pins. After seven days of a nine day motorcycle trip, this day was one of the best. A beautiful trip a cross the mountain and to end the day at the Queen Wilhelmina lodge, was the best.

This hotel has just been remodeled and just reopen this year. From check in to check out the staff are the best TripAdvisor reviews. The lodge is on the top of a mountain in an Arkansas State Park and is run by the state.

The building, grounds and rooms are great. If you can, book one of the ‘queen’s’ rooms. They have fire places, that are very welcome in cooler weather.

The staff is very welcoming TripAdvisor reviews. Queen Wilhelmina frequently broadcasted from exile in England to encourage the Dutch people under German occupation during World War II.

Queen Wilhelmina State Park. Bythe Wilhelmina Inn had fallen into disrepair, its rooms abandoned, even the one reserved for the Queen. Heart of Mena; Janssen Park - 33 min walk; Mena Art Gallery - 36 min walk; Rich Mountain Community College - mi / km; Ouachita National Forest - 3 mi / km; Queen Wilhelmina State Park - mi / km; Cossatot River State Park - mi / kmLocation: Hwy 71 South, Mena, AR This site is as rich in history as it is in scenery.

The original lodge was built in the late s as a Victorian resort named Wilhelmina Inn to honor the young Queen of the Netherlands. Two inns followed the original “Castle in the Sky.” The latest inn is today’s park lodge, the crowning attraction at Queen Wilhelmina State Park.

Save on popular hotels near Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Mena: Browse Expedia's selection of 97 hotels and places to stay closest to Queen Wilhelmina State Park. Find cheap deals and discount rates among them that best fit your budget. It's simple to book your hotel with Expedia.

View deals for Limetree Inn & Suites, including fully refundable rates with free cancellation. Mena Regional Health System is minutes away.

WiFi and parking are free, and this hotel also features a gym. All rooms have flat-screen TVs and on: US, Mena, AR Explore an array of Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Mena vacation rentals, including houses, apartment and condo rentals & more bookable online. Choose from more than 66 properties, ideal house rentals for families, groups and couples.

Rent a whole home for your next weekend or holiday. Located near the summit of Rich Mountain just off Highway 88 in Mena, Queen Wilhelmina State Park provides the most breathtaking and panoramic views of the surrounding country that you won’t likely see anywhere else on your trip.

Originally, the site was a lodge built in the late 17th century and named after the Queen of the Netherlands.