1860 Cumberland Falls Highway
Corbin, KY 40701
Phone: (606) 528-8150
Fax: (606) 523-4044
Built on the banks of the Little Laurel River and featuring the country's largest display of millstones, this working reproduction mill dates back to the era of the original McHargue family mills. The mill was built in 1812 and was reconstructed on its present site in 1939.
Formerly known as the Cumberland National Forest, the Daniel Boone National Forest is a forest nestled in the State of Kentucky. Set against the scenic Appalachian Mountains and a part of the Cumberland Plateau, it has ravines and cliffs. Here, visitors can indulge in several activities like camping, fishing, hunting and so forth.
Cumberland Falls is a mystical and inspiring waterfall in the Cumberland Falls State Resort Park. Falling from 70 feet (21 meters) on the Cumberland River, it is often called the Niagara of the South. On a full moon night, don’t miss the lunar rainbow. This phenomenon appears white to the naked eye but a great camera captures its mesmerizing hues.
The Pine Mountain State Resort Park enjoys the distinction of being Kentucky's very first state park in 1924. Definitely one of the nicest, this one spreads over acres of undulating greens, nestled amid craggy mountains and hills. A number of charming cottages and lodges with amenities for cooking, drinking and showering are available, whereas conferences and events can also be held here. A good idea would be to enjoy a romantic meal at the on-site restaurant which offers diners sweeping views of the surrounding landscape.