A Day on Lake Cumberland

Since summer officially closes after Labor Day I thought I’d post this short video of a trip down the beautiful Lake Cumberland in southern Kentucky.  It features the area between Alligator Creek(Russell County) and Little Falls(Wayne County).  Little Falls is a beautiful area where you can climb up the falls and jump off nearby cliffs.  If you are interested in visiting this picturesque falls it is at Latitude and Longitude N3680605  W85026437.  Navigate to Otter Creek and go to the right around the peninsula.  Go between the first two islands.  The no wake buoys will be visible when you get close.  Now enjoy a trip with me in this video.


Facts about Lake Cumberland

The following information was found at www.waynecounty.ky.gov

“Its 1,255 miles of shoreline make Lake Cumberland the largest manmade lake in the world in terms of miles of shoreline.  It is surrounded by scenic rugged mountains.  With an average water depth of 90 feet, it is one of the deepest of the lakes in the Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys.  It is brimful of lively fish and rimmed by scores of coves and hollows.  The surrounding tree covered mountains protect it from the worst weather.  Lake Cumberland has made Kentucky’s Southern Cumberland Mountains the ideal vacation region for all of mid America.”



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Mrs. B.

Living in Kentucky


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