A major renovation of the Lodge at Amicalola Falls in Dawsonville, Ga., is underway. Opened in 1991, the 57-guestroom lodge (which also offers 14 separate cabins and hike-in only accommodations) will receive a major redesign under the direction of the State of Georgia and the management of Coral Hospitality. The lodge will remain open to guests during the renovation process.
The renovation is scheduled to be finished in late fall, with a new lobby, completely refreshed guestrooms and upgrades and improvements to all of the cabins.
New furnishings in the Craftsman style will be arranged in the new lobby, with the focal point of the gathering space being a natural fireplace. From the lobby, guests will experience Amicalola Falls through artwork and photography.
The Maple Restaurant will receive a new outdoor dining area overlooking the mountains. There will also be the addition of new meeting rooms and event space for small business gatherings or social events. In addition, all of the public restrooms will be upgraded with new fixtures and marble countertops.
Each of the lodge's 57 guestrooms will be given a designer look with new windows, flooring and wall coverings in earth tones complemented with natural wood and stone textures. Guests will have access to new king and queen sized bedding with duvets. Bathrooms are being upgraded with new marble countertops, and for additional comfort there will be new lighting, new electronics and 42-inch flat screen TVs. Each of the 14 cabins will also receive a complete remake with new flooring, new furnishings and renovated bathrooms. Kitchens will be upgraded and guests will find new beds and new bedding, as well as flat screen TVs.
The Lodge at Amicalola Falls is located in the Amicalola Falls State Park, between Ellijay and Dahlonega in Dawsonville, Georgia. It is accessible from State Route 52 on Top of the Falls Road.
Amicalola State Park and Lodge is managed by Coral Hospitality, which also manages Brasstown Valley Resort in Young Harris, Georgia; Unicoi State Park and Lodge; George T. Bagby State Park and Lodge; Lake Blackshear Resort & Golf Club; and Little Okmulgee State Park and Lodge.