CUMBERLAND FALLS......The Cumberland Falls can be found in the Cumberland Falls State Resort Park in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Corbin, Kentucky. The State Resort Park consists of 1657 acres and is named after its major feature, 68-foot tall Cumberland Falls. This picture was taken just above the falls looking upstream on a fall rainy day. There are more than 20 miles of scenic trails, wildlife, fishing, birding, rafting and horseback rides when in season. Moonbows can be viewed at the Cumberland Falls five nights per month, during a full moon and two nights before and two nights after the full moon. Moonbows are caused b the reflection of light from the moon and can be observed under certain weather conditions, when the moon is near to full and the sky is clear. Moonbows can be seen at only two locations in the world – Cumberland Falls in Corbin, Kentucky and Victoria Falls on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe on the continent of Africa.
For more information on Cumberland Falls, go to ...... http://parks.ky.gov/findparks/resortparks/cf/