During the rainy seasons the Cumberland Falls 125-foot wide curtain of water drops nearly 68 feet into a boulder-lined gorge. On clear nights with a full moon, mist from the falling water forms the backdrop for a moonbow - an amazing phenomenon that isn't found anywhere else in the Western Hemisphere. Cumberland Falls is also known as the "Niagara of the South"
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Cumberland Falls State Park - 7351 Highway 90 Corbin, Kentucky 40701-8857
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