Cumberland Gap National Historic Park Campground
This national park, situated where Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia meet, is one of the South’s hidden jewels. I have been coming here for many years and continue to learn and enjoy more about this historical preserve with each visit. It is centered on Cumberland Gap, which is a break in the Appalachian Mountains used by animals, Indians, settlers, and armies for entrance into Kentucky from points east. Today, you can pitch your tent in a fine campground and explore the park’s history on its extensive trail system.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Campsites||70 individual sites|
|Season||Campground 1: Memorial Day– Labor Day; Campground 2: April–October|
|Camp Elevation||1,100 ft|
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