Visit Appalachia Kentucky
Appalachia Kentucky is home of some of the most beautiful, picturesque scenery in the world. From mountains and gorges, to rivers, lakes and rapids, to camping, rock climbing and trail riding, and the bloodline of country and bluegrass music, there is something for everyone in Appalachia Kentucky.
Towns: Somerset, Burnside, Monticello, Burkesville, Columbia, Russell Springs, Liberty
Home of Lake Cumberland and Much much more!
Towns: Hazard, Harlan, Hyden, London, Pineville, Middlesboro, Slade, Beattyville, Whitesburg, Cumberland
Home of Red River Gorge, Natural Bridge, Cumberland Gap, Black Mountain, Pine Mountain and Pine Mountain Trail, Mine Portal 31
Towns: Ashland, Morehead, West Liberty, Louisa, Prestonsburg, Paintsville and Pikeville.
Home of the Country Music Highway, Loretta Lynn’s Homeplace, Mountain Arts Center, Hatfield & McCoy Feud Sites, Stonecrest Golf Course, Yatesville Lake, Jenny Wiley Lake and Campground, Jenny Wiley Theatre, Cave Run Lake, Breaks Interstate Park
Lodging, Dining, Camping, Hiking, Golfing and more!
EXCURSION SET FOR JULY 26-28
MORE THAN 300 STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN ANNUAL EVENT
PROJECT ON TRACK TO OPEN IN 2021
COAL TO CODE IS A REALITY IN APPALACHIA KENTUCKY
WILL INCLUDE CAMP SITES, RESTAURANT, AND OTHER AMENITIES TO ATTRACT TOURISTS
WORKSHOP PLANNED FOR 2020
TRI-CITIES EMBRACES OPPORTUNITY TO REINVENT ITSELF
WILL SERVE MONTGOMERY, CLARK, ESTILL, MADISON, GARRARD, LINCOLN, ROCKCASTLE, PULASKI, LAUREL, WHITLEY, WAYNE, MCCREARY, KNOX AND BELL COUNTIES