Cumberland Falls State Resort Park in Kentucky is sometimes called the “Niagara of the South” thanks to Cumberland Falls. The photogenic falls are 68 feet tall and 125 feet wide, making them the second largest waterfall east of the Rockies. Adding to the allure, Cumberland Falls is one of very few places in the world that consistently creates a moonbow or “lunar rainbow.” Visitors gather on nights when there’s a full moon to witness the rare natural phenomenon.
Since it is a resort park , there is a lodge , restaurant , cottages , pool, and campground on site.
I traveled up there from Knoxville Saturday to see the main falls and do a hike to Dog Slaughter Falls.
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