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Hiking Destinations:

Blanton Forest State Nature Preserve
Hiking scenic Overlook

Cumberland Shadow Trail
Hiking Camping Fishing

Kingdom Come State Park
Hiking Miniature Golf Paddleboats Fishing

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    We are in the process of developing Harlan County's vast waterway system into a destination for paddlesport adventurers. Information will be added to this site as we continue to find ways to accomodate this growing sport. But just because we haven't made it "official" yet doesn't mean people aren't already doing it.

    If you are interested in helping this development, we'd love to see you come to a paddlesports committee meeting. Send an e-mail to susan_haught@yahoo.com if you would like to be notified of meetings or events.

    Check out the great video below from one of Harlan County's Class V waterways, Martins Fork, one of Kentucky's "wild rivers."

Video by Kirk Eddlemon - Read his blog on Martins Fork

Martins Fork Wildlife Management Area & State Natural Area
Class V
  • Our Page (Incomplete)
  • American Whitewater's page

    Clover Lick, Cumberland
    Class II-IV
  • American Whitewater's page
  • Youtube Video

    Clover Fork, KY 38 to Harlan
    Class II-III
  • American Whitewater's page

    Poor Fork, Cumberland to Harlan
    Class I-II
  • American Whitewater's page

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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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