Cumberland Falls

Cumberland Falls

Posted by on Aug 13, 2014 in Hiking, Sites and Services, State Parks, Trail Blazing | 0 comments

This first blog (first in a while, anyway) will highlight Cumberland Falls State Resort Park.  Cumberland Falls is one of the oldest and most popular parks in the Kentucky State Park system.  It is located a short drive from Corbin on the Cumberland River where it serves as the border between Whitley and McCreary counties.  The highlight of the park […]

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Fifteen More…

Fifteen More…

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Eastern, North Central, South Central, Western | 0 comments

Yesterday, an article from Movoto.com was posted on several social media outlets, including Kentucky Tourism’s Facebook page. It ambitiously pitched for us and the nation the “Fifteen Best Places To Live In Kentucky.” Using a matrix of several categories and limiting itself to consider “the 42 cities in Kentucky with populations over 10,000,” here was what they came up with. […]

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Fall Adventure Starts Right Here

Fall Adventure Starts Right Here

Posted by on Oct 16, 2013 in Outfitters & Guide Services, Paddling, Sites and Services, Trail Blazing, Water Adventures | 0 comments

The leaves are turning and the morning air is quite crisp. Yep, fall is in full swing here in the Bluegrass State. You know what that means? Well, for us adventure seekers it means now is the perfect season to get out there and experience what Kentucky has to offer. Let’s face it, Kentucky can get pretty humid during the […]

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Moonbow

Posted by on Oct 5, 2013 in Eastern | 0 comments

“He made the lesser light to rule the night.” Gen 1:16 Scientifically, put moonlight dancing at a certain angle over a certain sized waterfall at night, and one gets the ballyhooed moonbow Cumberland Falls is famous for. Ok, so “ballyhooed” rarely makes its way into an official law of science (or the King James Version). But there it is, and […]

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Will Hike For Spoonbread

Posted by on Sep 19, 2013 in Hiking, Trail Blazing | 0 comments

Southern Charm. That’s what you get off the old Dixie Highway in Berea. A charming little college where a charming little hostess decided to throw a charming little party in the early 1900s. It was all too much for her, so the hostess, who happened to be married to the college president, insisted a hotel be built in which to […]

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