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Catch the Moonbow!

Cumberland Falls State Park in Corbin, KY is one of only a few places in the world that produces a "Moonbow". This event only happens a few times a year and the weather has to cooperate with clear skies to be able to produce the "Moonbow". The other main attraction obviously is the Falls itself. The falls is the largest on the Cumberland River and is a very spectacular site, especially if the the river is up a bit. There is ample parking for class C and B RV's but anything else will have difficulty and the roads to get to the park are curvy and narrow. There are a couple of campgrounds near the park and a KOA about 15 miles near interstate 75 in Corbin, KY. In addition to the Falls and "Moonbows", there are also some pretty good hiking trails along the river with picnic locations. You can see Cumberland Falls in a couple hours if you don't do any hiking, and this is one of the parks on my future blog for a free things to do on a three day weekend in Southeast KY.


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