Department of Parks
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park Hosts Women’s Retreat Jan. 18-19
CORBIN, Ky. – Cumberland Falls State Resort Park will be holding a weekend devoted to women during its “Women’s Retreat and Chillin’ at the Falls Weekend” Jan. 18-19.
The weekend package will kick-off with an ice breaker on Friday night. Saturday will feature educational sessions on investing, self-defense, weight loss, relaxation, body and self image and free health information. Teresa Bell Kindred, an author and magazine columnist from Edmonton, will be the keynote speaker on “Ten Tips for Tackling Stress” and Baptist Regional Hospital at Corbin will hold free health screenings on Saturday from
An old-fashioned pajama party is set for Saturday evening with prizes given for the ugliest robe, most expressive PJ’s and the funniest house shoes. Board and card games will also be available.
Door prizes include a $500 spa package from co-sponsor One Medspa of London, a $50 gift certificate for a massage from Baptist Fitness Center and a Valentine package sponsored by Cumberland Falls State Resort park valued at $299.
The weekend package includes two nights lodging, ice breaker, lunch, programming and continental breakfast on Sunday morning for $99 plus tax. The price for two people is $148 plus tax. The cost for the Saturday program only with no meals is $30 per person.
Reservations are required. A limited number of reservations are available. Call 800-325-0063 for additional information and ask for the women’s retreat package for reservations.
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park near Corbin has a lodge, restaurant, cottages, gift shop, meeting space and hiking trails, along with the scenic Cumberland Falls. The resort’s accommodations were renovated in 2006.
Cumberland Falls is 20 miles southwest of Corbin. Take US 25W to KY 90.
The Kentucky State Park System is composed of 53 state parks plus an interstate park shared with Virginia. The Department of Parks, an agency of the Commerce Cabinet, operates 17 resort parks with lodges -- more than any other state. Each year, Kentucky parks draw 7 million visitors and contribute $317 million to the economy. For more information on Kentucky parks, visit our Web site at http://www.parks.ky.gov