While on vacation we always try to find a national park to visit. We could not get into a cave tour or the settlement tour. We were able to see some great views at the scenic overlook and found a surprise waterfall that was by...更多
We LOVED it here. The views are incredible, there's hiking trails for all types of people, plus the town of Middlesboro is really nice as well.The Visitor Center is really well kept, and we visited the Tri-State Peak, and the Iron Furnace.
We also did...更多
Visit the museum first, watch the video and you will get a good sense of the area, where Daniel Boone walked. Gift shop for souvenirs, maps. Then drive on up to the Pinnacle overlook about 4 miles up. From there, a 6ft paved path to...更多
I remember grade school, singing old flow songs in music class talking about the Cumberland Gap. Now, more than 20 years later, I have finally come to see it. The visitors center has some good information for day hikes or longer. The pinnicle overlook is...更多
We arrived here right at the conclusion of an impressive thunder storm. It was still raining. The park rangers were particularly friendly and helpful. We drove up to Pinnacle Lookout in spite of the lightning. There was a warning sign to stay off of the...更多
2nd visit in a year and a half.
Rangers are the BEST >> NO question went unanswered!!
The drive up to the overlook >> make sure your dash cam is working!!! :-)
There is a wheelchair path from the parking lot.
Cumberland Gap NHP isn't the biggest NP, nor does it have a lot to experience, but it's a nice quiet, historic location worth a visit if you are in the region. Highlights and tips:
- The campground is great! It's conveniently located on the Virginia...更多