MoonBow Falls is a property that really stands out, with what it offers and the many features it has. This location is only a 9min drive to Cumberland Falls State Park, which is known as “Niagara of the South”, as it has a 125' wide waterfall that falls into a 60' boulder-strewn gorge below.
“MoonBow Falls” offers 12 total tracts that vary from 3ac- 20ac, all with new survey completed to show exactly what you are getting. Only 4 of these tracts join the Indian Creek that runs along the backside of the property so get them while they last.
Hunters, here is your chance to own your own tract full of wildlife and with many different ways to use the land on top of the hunters paradise.
Utilities are not far down the road from these lots so if you wanted t0 build a home on it your welcome to do so as long as you follow the restrictions we have that is listed down below.
Top Five Things to Do:
1. View the epic Cumberland Falls.
2. Tour the Pinnacle Knob 1937 Fire Tower.
3. Hike Eagle Falls Trail.
4. Experience the Rainbow Mist Ride.
5. Gem Mine for fossils in season.
Cumberland Falls is a hiker's paradise with 17 miles of hiking trails that wind through the park to scenic areas. The Moonbow Trail connects with many backpacking trails in the Daniel Boone National Forest. Pets are not permitted within the McCreary County side of Cumberland Falls State Resort Park as this area is within a dedicated Kentucky State Nature Preserve.
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park is the perfect destination to introduce the family to the thrill of horseback riding. The park offers guided trail rides that are easy enough for the first timer and still adventurous for the more experienced. Riders, age 6 and up will enjoy a 45-minute ride through an eastern Kentucky forest, beautiful in any season. The stables open weekends in May and are daily after Memorial Weekend until Labor Day. Also open on weekends during Sept. and Oct. Rides start on the hour from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person. Personal horses are not permitted on the trails at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, but there are several opportunities to do so in the surrounding area. There are many miles of trails and several horse camps in the nearby Daniel Boone National Forest and The Big South Fork National River and Recreation area.
The picnic area with tables, grills and playgrounds is ideal for family outings. A picnic shelter (without rest rooms) offers tables, grills, water, and electric; it may be reserved for rental up to one year in advance.
The solid hemlock beams and knotty pine paneling complement the massive stone fireplaces in historic DuPont Lodge. Fifty-one rooms offer beautiful views and full amenities including interior corridors. All rooms totally renovated in 2006. Relax on the beautiful, large observation deck overlooking the Cumberland River winding thru the hillside. It provides a spectacular spot for a wedding. Open year-round. Rooms are available by late afternoon. Check out by 11:00Am, local time. Kentucky State Parks are now pet friendly. No more than two pets are allowed per room/cottage.