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Return Of The Queen

Jenny Boulden

Arkansas’ second highest state park lodge reopens post-makeover

Oh, the difference $9.6 million makes. Turns out, even a queen needs a makeover every 40 years or so.

If you ever visited the lodge at Queen Wilhelmina State Park on Rich Mountain before it closed for renovations in early 2012, you probably remember the stunning panoramic view over the Ouachitas. You might also remember the lodge’s mid-70s facilities and furnishings.

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Small Town Hospitality

We may not be the ‘big city’, but our hospitality is big and our land, forest and mountain range is known as God’s Country for a reason. Visitors frequently say that they feel the stress melt away as they get closer to our neck of the woods. Mena is a charming place and our southern hospitality will keep you coming back over and over again.

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