Cumberland falls and two couples

Corbin & London Area

Corbin & London

Treat yourself to the fall foliage surrounding Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission and London and Laurel County Tourism. Laurel River Lake is a great outdoor escape in any season to picnic, hike or boat.  Explore the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail in the Daniel Boone National Forest and get back to Kentucky's original with a bucket of chicken to go at Harland Sanders Café and Museum. 

 

Scenes From The Road

Laurel Lake

Laurel River Lake

Located amid the pristine beauty of the Daniel Boone National Forest, Laurel River Lake is a favorite destination for thousands of visitors each year. The quiet coves and cliff-lined shores offer relaxation and quiet reflection, as well as boating, fishing, skiing and scuba diving in one of the deepest and cleanest lakes in Kentucky.

Sheltowee Trace Sign

Sheltowee Trace Trail

The Sheltowee Trace is home to horse riders, ATV riders, and has gradually become a popular trail to thru-hike. The Hiker Challenge keeps the trail busy with backpackers and hikers. There are many who thru-hike and section-hike the trail on their own.  

Tree Top Adventures

Levi Jackson State Park Tree Top Adventures

The Treetop Adventure at Levi Jackson is a treetop aerial attraction located at Levi Jackson State Park in London, Kentucky. The aerial adventure park features 60 elements of fun, including zip-lines, rope bridges, suspended tunnels and much more!

Hiking at Cumberland Falls

Hiking at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park

Perhaps the most iconic waterfall in Kentucky, Cumberland Falls is not to be missed. Located in Cumberland Falls State Resort Park near Corbin, this will be a trip you’ll make time and time again. Often called the ‘Niagara of the South,’ Cumberland Falls stretches 125 feet wide. Curiously, they are nearly twice as long as they are tall. Consider visiting during a full moon for a chance to catch a glimpse of a rare moonbow.

The most popular trail to the falls is 0.5 miles and takes off from near the Dupont Lodge. There are almost 30 miles of trails winding through the park, or you can connect with trails in the Daniel Boone National Forest network to expand your adventure.

Colonel Sanders Museum Sign

Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum

The Harland Sanders Café is a historic restaurant located in North Corbin, Kentucky. Colonel Harland Sanders, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, operated the restaurant from 1940-1956. Sanders also developed the famous KFC secret recipe at the café during the 1940s. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 7, 1990.