The sprawling Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, which sits 90 minutes south of Pittsburgh, doesn’t have a single vibe. The type of vacation you have depends on where you stay—one of three hotels or on-property vacation homes—and what activities you’ve come for. On the resort shuttle we spotted groups of men who’d come to golf, women who were there for the spa and restaurants, and families with kids ranging from tots to teens. While there was some overlap—the Tavern was popular with both golfers and families— those groups largely had their own activities, restaurants and even pools and were most likely only peripherally aware of each other.
By Eileen Gunn
August 2, 2017