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Harlan Center

Convention and Tourist Information Center
201 South Main Street, Harlan
Cranks Creek Lake

Fishing permitted Boating Permitted

Three launching areas and boat dock/storage available. Species present in the lake include rainbow trout, largemouth bass,smallmouth bass, spotted bass, bluegill, and channel catfish.

Cumberland Shadow Trail

Hiking Camping Fishing

Five-mile-long multi-purpose trail along the backside of Martins Fork Lake. The trail is available for use year-round and features excellent views of the lake. The trail winds its way along the ridges and through the valleys of Martins Fork. Two primitive campsites along the trail for backpackers.

Martins Fork Lake

Swimming Area Hiking Fishing Boating Primitie Camping Picnic Tables Shelter Houses Gazebo Grill Playground Equipment Horseshoes Volleyball Restrooms Water Fountain

Martins Fork Lake provides a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities for thousands of visitors each year. Because of the temperate climate and long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities from which to choose, including: fishing, hunting, picnicking, camping, sunbathing, hiking, boating and others.

Kingdom Come State Park

Hiking Miniature Golf Paddleboats Fishing Scenic Overlook Picnic Tables Shelter Houses Gazebo Grill Primitive Camping Playground Equipment Horseshoes Restrooms Water Fountain Gift Shop

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.

Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area

ATVs permitted 4WD Vehicles Permitted Dirtbikes, Buggies and other unlicensed vehicles permitted

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

Black Mountain Cabins
KY 38, Evarts
(606) 837- 9961
Driving Directions

Overlooking the City of Evarts, Black Mountain Cabins offers comfortable and secluded getaways on Black Mountain, less than two miles from Evarts Trailhead of Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area. Click here for more infomation


North Evarts RV Park
122 Walnut Street, Evarts
(606) 837-0609
Driving Directions

We offer 30-50 amp electric, water, TV, Wi-Fi, dump stationn and new showers and restrooms. Less than two minutes to easy access to the trails. Gas, groceries, car wash, clinic, police and fire, food from burgers to homemade meals with five free park & unload lots with in-town security. Rates are $15.00 per slot, NO extra charge for extra people, limited tent camping at $10.00 per slot. Home of the Community Camp Fire each night no matter where you stay. We have it all at Evarts. Your one-stop shopping from the toy you ride. Click here for more infomation

South Evarts RV Park
KY 38, Evarts
(606) 837-0609
Driving Directions

We offer 30-50 amp electric, Water, TV, Wi-Fi, and dump station less than two minutes to the trails, gas, food, groceries, car wash, police & fire and trail supplies. Food from burgers to homemade meals. Five FREE park & unload lots with in-town security. Rates are $20.00 per slot, NO extra charge for extra people. Evarts is home to your one-stop shopping for your ATV for all your needs. Click here for more infomation


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Harlan County Outdoor Recreation Board Authority - (606) 837-3205 - info@harlancountytrails.com
Harlan Tourist & Convention Commission- (606) 573-4495 - harlancenter@harlanonline.net
Cumberland Tourist & Convention Commission - (606) 589-5812 - ctourism@windstream.net

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