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Welcome to Corbin KY Area Attractions

Corbin, Kentucky - Valley of the Parks

Corbin, Ky

Birthplace

of

Kentucky Fried Chicken 

The Colonel 

The Strange Story of Colonel Sanders

 

Sanders' Cafe, the birthplace of the original Kentucky Fried Chicken is located in Corbin, KY.

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Kentucky Fried Chicken pictures-  

Dine where it all started, at the original Sander's Cafe, in Corbin, KY
This is where Colonel Sanders developed his secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices for his famous Kentucky Fried Chicken. After dining, don't forget to check out the museum and catch a lunar rainbow in the evening!

Corbin KY, Home of KFC

How to get to the original KFC in Corbin

Location: From Interstate 75, take Corbin Exit 29.

(first Corbin exit if you are headed south, second Corbin exit if you are headed north)

Go south on 25E {the Cumberland Gap Parkway} for a mile, then turn right on 25 W and it's about a half a mile. Counting the traffic signals, including the one at the interstate, turn right at the 5th light signal. Look for the signs!


Home to the First NASCAR Race in KY

at

The Corbin Speedway in 1954

Click Here to See the Winner


Things to do in Corbin

The Arena

The Birthplace and Museum of

Kentucky Fried Chicken

Tourism Information on Radio 1620 AM 

Additional things to do around Corbin

Auto Racing

Boating and Rafting

Camping

Fishing

Golf

Hiking and Mountain Biking

Horseback Riding

Corbin is located midway between Lexington, KY and Knoxville, Tennessee.


Home of Kentucky's 2013 Teacher of the Year

Kristal Doolin


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Kiwanis Trail from Corbin

Mr. Cumberland Falls

Robert Blair

Tom Wallace  

The Man Saved the Falls

 

Hanging the Moonbow  

History of the Falls

 

Facts About Cumberland Falls

by Williamsburg Commercial Club

Kentuckiana Digital Library

  


 Daniel Boone

  

Daniel Boone's Move to Kentucky

By Theodore Roosevelt

 

Join in Kentucky's

Celebration of

Daniel Boone's

275th Birthday


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Chained Rock over Pineville, KY

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Corbin History and County Map 


    



 

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 Mike's Moonbow/ Lunar Rainbow Pictures

Latest Moon Bow Pictures

October Moonbow Panorama

My Granny's Idea

Other Moonbow Photos

Things to bring to see a Lunar Rainbow

Fishing at Cumberland Falls

with a map of the area

Click on the Fish for a Geologic Map of Kentucky

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  Cumberland Falls Videos

A View from Behind the Falls{old video} 

Seasonal Falls Video

Cumberland Falls Movie

Cumberland Falls Video

Cumberland Falls from the Eagle Falls Trail

Cumberland Falls Rainbow Video

 

  

Other Moonbow/Lunar Rainbow Related Web Pages and/or Sites

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park 

Nature Photography Weekend at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park

Special Events at the Falls

Moonbow Trail Trek

Hiking Events at the Falls

Oher trails to hike around the Falls area.

Cumberland Falls Anti-Litter Campaign

Spring Cleanup Gets Underway Near Cumberland Falls

Cumberland Falls to host cleanup

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Handicap Accessible

 

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Lunar Light Photography

Kit Courter

"30 years spent in pursuit of the feeling of ambient night".   

Rainbows and Moonbows

Keith's Moon Page

Space.com

The Moon, Cumberland Falls and the Moonbow

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Yosemite National Park Lunar Rainbow

Yosemite Falls Lunar Rainbow

Yellowstone Moonbow

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Lunar Rainbow at Niagara Falls

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Hawaiian Moonbow

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Waterfall Moonbow in North Carolina

 

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Moonlight Brightness Predictions for Cumberland Falls, Ky 

Free Night Photography Lesson

Predicting Moonlight Brightness for Night Landscape Photography

Photographing Waterfalls

Lunar Apogees and Perigees   

Cumberland River Water Level at Cumberland Falls

Visit ColorFall for the peak foilage for colorful fall photos.

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Astronomical Applications

Earth Viewer

Use Latitude N 36.83853 -Longitude W -84.33849

Commonwealth of Kentucky Map

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park Area Map

Full Moon Planner

Hiking in the Daniel Boone National Forest

Rock Climbing at the Falls

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Cumberland Falls Meteorite

This witnessed meteorite fell near Sawyer in Whitley County, Kentucky, 8 days after our Grandmother's Birth in 1919.

Middlesboro KY, near Cumberland Gap, is one of a few cities in world built inside a meteor crater.

    

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Reflections and Refractions

by Amy J. Wiemers

   

 

 

  


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 A lunar rainbow (also known as a moonbow, lunar bow, moon rainbow or white rainbow) is a rainbow produced by the moon rather than the sun. Moonbows are relatively faint, due to the smaller amount of light from the Moon. They are always in the opposite part of the sky from the moon. It is difficult for the human eye to discern colors in a moonbow because the light is usually too faint to excite the cone color receptors in human eyes. As a result, they often appear to be white. However, the colors in a moonbow do appear in long exposure photographs.

 

This photo was taken when the CHS Dance team visited New York City for the 2000 National Championships. This image was made during a tour of the Statue of Liberty, from the back of the boat, Miss Liberty.

 

Pink Zebra Moon

 

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