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The Appalachian Mountains are home to many scenic and historical attractions.  The following are a few of these attractions worth checking out while you stay in our resort.   Most of these are located within a thirty mile radius.

Hiking  Fishing  Canoe

 

Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.
River rafting, hiking, horse back riding, four wheeling, fishing, and much more.
423-286-7275

Barthell Coal Mining Camp
Rebuilt 1902 coal mining camp.  Tours available.  Big South Fork Scenic
Railway stops at Barthell For guided tours.  Restaurant and shopping
available.
1-888-550-5748

Cumberland Inn Museum
Historic and recent history from Kentucky and around the world.
1-800-315-0286

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park.
Cumberland Falls has the only Moonbow in the Western Hemisphere!  Only
two exist in the world.  Many activities.
1-800-325-0063

Big South Fork Scenic Railway.
3-4.5 hour train excursions to the historic coal camps of Barthell and Blue
Heron.
1-800-462-5664

Historic Rugby
Victorian England in the Tennessee Cumberlands.  Old original English town.  
Shopping and dining.  Major tourist attraction.
1-888-214-3400

Kentucky
Tourist information

McCreary County Tourist Commission
For more information on local attractions and events

Sgt. Alvin C. York Historic Site.
The old Alvin C. York Mill and home site.  The legend of the faithful war hero.
1-931-879-3657

Sheltowee Trace Outfitters
Beginner and Intermediate Rafting on the Big South Fork River.  Whitewater
rafting and Canoe trips.  Excursions available, with meals on the river.
1-800-541-RAFT

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