Cumberland Falls, sometimes called the Little Niagara, is a waterfall on the Cumberland River in southeastern Kentucky. Spanning the river at the border of McCreary and Whitley counties, the waterfall is the central feature of Cumberland Falls State Resort Park.
Height is approximately 69' with one drop.
Don't forget to see the Moonbow!
At the Cumberland Falls enjoy Laurel Trail (.25 miles), Moonbow Trail (10.8 miles), Cumberland River Trail (5 miles), Eagle Falls Trail (1.5 miles) and many more at the Cumberland Falls State Park.
KENTUCKY SPLASH WATERPARK
Kentucky Splash Waterpark is an amusement park which includes a waterpark, miniature golf course, driving range and campground in Williamsburg, Kentucky. Attractions include a triple slide complex, tadpole island, double slide complex, wave pool and lazy river. Also enjoy the go karts, mini golf and batting cages.
The Cumberland River spans 688 miles long in both Kentucky and Tennessee. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, rafting, fishing and relaxing near the Cumberland River. At the Cumberland River Campground KY you'll have direct access to the river where you can start your adventure!
Are you a Jeep Enthusiast? Don't forget to check out the Jeep Jamboree, also known as the Gateway to the Cumberlands usually in the fall. Check out Jeep Jamboree for more details.