Pointe View Lodge
With 7 Bedrooms and 6.5 Baths, Pointe View Lodge can accommodate up to 20 overnight guests in beds or 30+ people for meetings. Our three story lodge features a main level with a spacious great room. With high ceilings, exposed beams, and windows offering views of breathtaking scenery, this room is truly the focal point. The main floor has two master suites, richly furnished with mahogany furniture and opens to a deck for a spectacular view.
Upstairs, just past the loft, are three guest rooms and two baths. Two bedrooms are furnished with queen beds and the other has two twin beds. The lower level consists of two large sleeping rooms and two baths.
For the outdoor enthusiast or for the urban individualist seeking a moment with nature, Pointe View Lodge is a place of infinite possibilities. And unlike other natural attractions, Pointe View has not been spoiled by commercial tourism but remains a quiet and secluded refuge.
It is very rare to find such a rugged scenic area with so much to offer. The area abounds with opportunities for hiking, backpacking, paddling, rafting, horseback riding, camping, mountain biking, caving, climbing, hunting, fishing, photography, and sightseeing.
From easy afternoon strolls and summer picnics to backpacking along the cliffs and running the river's rapids, Pointe View Lodge is a place to lose one's self with inner thoughts, with nature, and with the rich geological and cultural histories.
Pointe View Lodge is positioned to give maximum accessibility to the surrounding area's greatest natural wonders. Organizations that benefit most from our location include, bicycle clubs, rafting and canoe clubs, hunters, 4 wheel and offroad groups, businesses, and families on vacation.
Being the perfect retreat for those seeking a relaxing but invigorating get-a-way, we welcome large groups to our Lodge for Church Meetings, Family Reunions, and Business Meetings
Our rates are $275 per night for up to six people. For groups over six, we charge $20 per adult and $10 per child. Prices will be higher during peak seasons.
Ten minutes off of the main highway, Pointe View Lodge is your secluded mountain getaway! Wildlife abounds and the views from the lodge are breathtaking! You'll be a quick drive from Pickett State Park and just a bit down the road is more adventurous hiking and river sports at Big South Fork National Park.
Situated in a remote section of the upper Cumberland Mountains, the 11,752-acre Pickett State Park and Forest possesses a combination of scenic, botanical and geological wonders found nowhere else in Tennessee. Of particular interest are the uncommon rock formations, natural bridges, numerous caves and the remains of ancient Indian occupation. Some say Pickett is second only to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in botanical diversity. The park is adjacent to the massive Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, with more than 100,000 acres of prime country. The park is located in Pickett County, 12 miles northeast of Jamestown on State Route 154.
The free-flowing Big South Fork of the Cumberland River and its tributaries pass through 90 miles of scenic gorges and valleys containing a wide range of natural and historic features. The area offers a broad range of recreational opportunities including camping, whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, hunting and fishing. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, with its experience in managing river basins, was charged with land acquisition, planning and development of facilities. Now completed, these lands and facilities are operated and maintained by the National Park Service for the benefit and use of the public.