The Lodge at Nemacolin

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The Lodge at Nemacolin in Pennsylvania was originally established as the hunting retreat for the Pittsburgh-based business magnate, Colonel Willard F. Rockwell. Completed in 1968, the lodge quickly became a popular outdoor destination among Rockwell’s friends due to its abundance of wild game and fresh fish in the majestic Laurel Highlands mountains. The building later became a convention center when the Colonel sold the location in 1979. This historical treasure now operates as a lovely hotel. Debuting as The Lodge at Nemacolin during the late 1980s, the Farmington, PA hotel has attracted countless guests with its bucolic charm ever since.

The Lodge at Nemacolin has been named to these Historic Hotels of America Top 25 Lists

The 2021 Top 25 Historic Hotels of America Most Historic Golf Courses
The 2021 Top 25 Historic Hotels of America Most Magnificent Gingerbread Displays

Image of Hotel Exterior at Night, The Lodge at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, 1968, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Farmington, Pennsylvania, Overview Video

Real Life Magic | Nemacolin

Nemacolin is a four-season playground nestled within 2,200 acres in Pennsylvania. Discover the magic of this luxurious resort.


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Spend a day exploring the homes designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, or journey into the earth at Laurel Caverns.


Discover the legacy of Willard F. Rockwell at The Lodge at Nemacolin.


Explore Nemacolin's 2,200 acre property and learn about all the animals with the hotel's wildlife expert.


Experience Nemacolin's outstanding collection of fine art and sculpture.


Taste the show-stopping, culinary masterpieces at Lautrec.

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