CUMBERLAND FALLS

  

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Cumberland Falls, Kentucky

Photographing the Moon Rainbow

2014 - 2016 Cumberland Falls Moonbow Schedule

Moonbow in Kentucky

Waterfalls in Kentucky

The First Photo Attempt

Cumberland Falls

DuPont Lodge

Fishing at the Falls

Moonbow and Lunar Rainbow Links

Current Moonbow Pictures



 

Kiwanis Trail

Scroll and Click on the Sign for some history

Completed in 1927


Gatliff Bridge

Completed in 1954


 


Click on the above photo a Rainbow Video




 Cumberland Falls

State Resort Park

7351 Highway 90

Corbin, KY 40701-8857

Phone: (606) 528-4121

Toll Free 800-325-0063

CumberlandFalls@ky.gov




  
 
 


 

 

   

 

Photo by Chris Stockard

 

 

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park,

KENTUCKY

Roy Johnson, Park Manager

 

 

This is one of many Kentucky major attractions.

 Location: Cumberland Falls is located in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Southeastern Kentucky with the falls bordering Whitley and McCreary Counties. The State Park is located on KY 90 from U.S. 25W near Corbin and Williamsburg, and from U.S. 27 near Whitley City and Somerset. Cumberland Falls State Park is on the Cumberland River. The outstanding natural feature is Cumberland Falls, known for its famous moonbow.

 

Along with the moonbows seen on and around Full Moon nights, rainbows can be seen on most sunny days.

Photo by Aunt Noemi

 

All photos shot at 1 second exposure except the one below 

Click Here For a Close-Up of the Rainbow  Video

 

 

Sunbow Photo by Aaron Moralez

 

While observing the moonbow is the park's best-known activity, there are plenty of other things to do.

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The Kentucky State Park System is composed of 52 state parks plus an interstate park shared with Virginia.

The Department of Parks, an agency of the Commerce Cabinet, operates 17 resort parks with lodges -- more than any other state! 

 


   

 

  

 

 

 


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