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Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area

Since opening in 2005, Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area has become a top off-road destination in the United States. Over 200 miles of trails on more than 7,000 acres accommodates ATV, 4x4 and dirt bike enthusiasts alike. Trails are rated by difficulty and signed for easy navigation.

Black Mountain Thunder Zipline

Experience breathtaking views of the majestic Appalachian mountains on our 2-hour canopy tour. Completed in August 2011, Black Mountain Thunder is the newest addition to Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area.

Check in at the Evarts Trailhead Office & General Store before embarking on a two-hour, 1.5 mile canopy tour at speeds up to 60 mph and heights up to 400 feet off the ground. Reservations May Be Required so call today to make your reservation!

Kingdom Come State Park

Resting near the Kentucky-Virginia border on the crest of Pine Mountain, the park is the highest state park in Kentucky and offers scenic vistas second to none. Extraordinary rock formations are featured at this park, including Log Rock, a natural sandstone bridge, and Raven Rock, a giant monolith that soars 290-feet into the air at a 45-degree angle.

Little Shepherd Trail / Kentenia State Forest

Kentucky Highway 1679, "Little Shepherd Trail", is a 38-mile narrow road on the crest of Pine Mountain from US 421 east of Harlan to US 119 south of Whitesburg. This serpetine route twists though numerous refreshing overlooks and massive, spine-like rock out-croppings. Paved sections are easily traversed, while mountain bikers and hikers greatly enjoy the more remote sections of this route. If you drive, a 4x4 vehicle is recommended. Licensed vehicles only. ATVs not permitted.

Bad Branch State Nature Preserve

7.4 miles of trail over rugged terrain including one loop. Bad Branch Gorge includes 60-foot waterfall tumbling over sandstone cliffs. This 2,639-acre preserve protects the scenic beauty of the gorge and one of the largest concentrations of rare and uncommon species known in the state. The preserve also protects Kentucky s only known nesting pair of common ravens (Corvus corax)

Sleepy Hollow Golf Course

Built more than 60 years ago on the rolling hills and valleys of Cumberland,the course has provided golfing enthusiasts the opportunity to play on one of the most unique nine-hole courses in the region.

Poor Fork Arts and Crafts Club

A non-profit corporation dedicated to "preserving the best of the past, for the betterment of the future" named the Poor Fork Arts & Crafts Guild, Inc. in honor of the Poor Fork of the Cumberland River, which was also the name of the city of Cumberland before it was incorporated. In 1988, the guild opened a retail outlet to market products manufactured here in the mountains by mountain folks.