Visit the Cumberland Plateau (Tennessee & Kentucky)
|Dale Hollow Lake Website||Big South Fork Website||Fall Creek Falls Website||Center Hill Lake Website|
The Cumberland Plateau is the perfect
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Dale Hollow Lake...Over 27,000 acres of pristine lake waters, one of the cleanest lakes in America, surrounded by mountains in Tennessee and Kentucky. Home of the world record's largest recorded smallmouth bass.
Big South Fork...National River & Recreation Area, diverse adventures for outdoor enthusiasts, the "trail riding capital of the Southeast". The region hosts over 360 miles of horse trails, over 500 miles of ATV trails that were once old logging trails, and is known to be one of the best places in the southeast for equestrian riding and living. The Big South Fork is undoubtedly one of the hottest gems in the southeast. If you enjoy equestrian living, the mountains, countryside, and warm hospitality, then the Big South Fork region is one place you'll want to visit often or stay forever. Conveniently located within a days drive of over half of the US population in northeast Tennessee. (Big South Fork FREE Online Visitor Guide)
Fall Creek Falls...Immerse yourself in nature's splendor at Fall Creek Falls State Park. Activities and sights are abundant including: waterfalls, hiking, biking, water recreation, fishing, horseback riding, boating, cave exploration and more! See the magnificent waterfalls at Fall Creek Falls, including The Cascades, Cane Creek Falls, Piney Creek Falls,
Center Hill Lake...Center Hill Lake offers 415 miles of unspoiled shoreline with beautifully serene jagged edges, abundant nature with wildlife, indigenous plants – both foliage and flowering, and plenty of outdoor activities to keep families, retirees, couples and other visitors satisfied during their stay. Whether you like to houseboat, ski, swim, fish, relax, or just troll along with your ski boat or pontoon boat, Center Hill Lake has 9 marinas to serve you.
Lake Cumberland...Lake Cumberland is home to two Kentucky state parks: Lake Cumberland State Resort Park on the shoreside and General Burnside State Park on an island in the center of the lake. Its shoreline measures 1,255 miles and the lake covers over 65,530 acres. The Wolf Creek Dam that preserves the lake is the 25th largest dam in the United States. Several of Kentucky's record fish have been taken in the waters of Lake Cumberland, including: Brown trout (21 lb), Lake trout (5 lb 5 oz), Rainbow trout (14 lb 6 oz), Sauger (7 lb 7 oz), Striped bass (58 lb 4 oz), Sturgeon (36 lb 8 oz),
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