Where to Stay

This post was written by jshepherd1102 | September 26, 2013

(800) 844-7453
marketing@tourpikecounty.com
831 Hambley Blvd. Pikeville, KY
Where to Stay
(800) 844-7453
marketing@tourpikecounty.com
831 Hambley Blvd. Pikeville, KY

Pike County is home to various top quality hotels and motels. If you fancy the outdoors, Pike County features camp grounds located at the Breaks Interstate Park and Fishtrap Lake.

If you enjoy going RVing, Pike County also features an RV park at Bob Amos Park and the Breaks Interstate Park. Cabins and cottages are also available at the Breaks.

To learn more about our lodging options, click on a lodging option below. There is plenty of places to consider, so take your time and feel free to shop around. We’d love to make your stay comfortable, and make you feel welcome.

 

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Lodging Accommodations

RV Park

Pikeville RV Park & Bob Amos Park

The Pikeville RV Park, located at Pikeville’s Bob Amos Park, offers an exceptional RV experience at a reasonable price. Pikeville’s RV Park features 21 individual, 40 foot lots, each with their own independent 50 amp hookups. To reserve your space: Visit: pikevilleky.gov Call: (606) 444-5131 ... Read More
Pikeville Pike County Hotels

Hotels & Motels

Pike County's lodging options covers a wide variety of high quality establishments. From your favorite hotel chains such as Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express, to our unique locally owned inns such as The Landmark Inn and the Hatfield & McCoy Lodge ... Read More
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Pikeville Historic Mansion

Suites, Bed & Breakfast in Pikeville

Come experience cozy comfort with southern hospitality at Pikeville Historic Mansion Bed & Breakfast. This is not your typical bed and breakfast, as it is designed to accommodate traveling business professionals and executives, as well as retired couples on a romantic getaway. Located in the ... Read More

 

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2 thoughts on “Where to Stay”

  1. I live in pike country I love the my town I grow up in Pikeville I born in 1977 same as hillbilly lol Have a nice day and night thumb up good luck

  2. Nice website, looks very inviting and I look forward to visiting someday as I am a descendant of the Hatfields. My great-grandmother was a second cousin to Devils Anse. Down in these hills a second cousin is considered close. I live in New York state and my grandfather was born in Mccarr and my father was born up in Louisa, Lawrence County

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