Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, surrounded by Daniel Boone National Forest, is on the Cumberland River. The Cumberland Falls, the park's principal attraction, are 38 m (125 ft) wide and have a drop of 21 m (68 ft).
T. Coleman duPont, who donated the
falls to the
State of Kentucky
They are known for their moonbow, a
rainbow that forms at full moon in the mist over the falls.
view from the dining area
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