Kentucky Hotel Reservations
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
Spread across more than 20,000 acres in the Appalachian Mountains, the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park is found on the border of eastern Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee. The Hensley Settlement, an early 20th century settlement, has been preserved in the park since the park's establishment in 1940. Make the short drive in from Barbourville.
The Cumberland Gap was used by Native Americans and as well as American settlers from 1775 - 1810, as a route of transit to western Kentucky. While in the park, enjoy a tour of the Settlement and Gap Cave, demonstrations and living history events. Stop by the park visitor center, southeast of Middlesboro, to visit the museum, the auditorium, gift store and book store.
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