Cumberland Falls State Park

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Imagine a wall of water falling 60 feet into a boulder-strewn gorge, a whispering mist that kisses the face and a magical moonbow visible on a clear night under a full moon. Known as the "Niagara of the South," the 125-foot wide curtain of water is dramatic day or night. Located in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Cumberland Falls State Resort Park is Kentucky's top drawing State Park.

125 ft. wide Cumberland Falls, sometimes called the Little Niagara, the Niagara of the South, or the Great Falls, is a large 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.

Known as the Niagara of the South, Cumberland Falls forms a 125 foot-wide falls that plunges 60 feet into a gorge below, making it the 2nd largest waterfall in North America. On a clear night and with a full moon, the mist of Cumberland Falls creates the magic of a Moonbow, the Western Hemisphere's only such phenomenon.

On average the falls, which flow over a resistant sandstone bed, are 68 feet (21 m) high and 125 feet wide, with an average water flow of 3,600 cubic feet per second (100 ft. curtain that plunges 60 feet into a gorge below, making it the 2nd largest waterfall in North America.

 

 

 

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