Cumberland Falls is the largest waterfall in Kentucky. It is 68 feet tall, 125 feet wide, and has 3,600 cubic feet of water spill over the edge every second.
Cumberland Falls empties into Cumberland River. There are 17 miles of hiking trails in the park that wind through the forest and to scenic areas. On the other side of the river from where we were we could see other hikers taking the Eagle Falls Trail.
This last picture is the area by the Visitor's Center. It was April, and the Azalea's and Crab Apple Trees were all in bloom. It was so pretty!
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