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    Cumberland Gap

    National Historical Park KY,TN,VA

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  • No Cave Tours or Hensley Tours on September 27

    There will be no Gap Cave or Hensley Settlement tours offered on September 27, 2014 due to special Heritage Walk program. For more information please call the park visitor center at (606) 248-2817, extension 1075.

  • Sugar Run Trail Closed to Horses

    The Sugar Run Trail is temporarily closed to horse use due to the number of fallen trees as a result of recent storms. The trail is still open for hikers, but hikers should use caution.

  • Back the Bears!

    Support the park's "Back the Bears" campaign and help keep our bears wild and safe! More »

  • Cave Tour Alert!

    White Nose Syndrome is a disease that is killing bats in great numbers and has been found in park caves. While visiting Gap Cave please do not wear or bring anything that has been in other caves. Skylight Cave is currently closed.

Maps and Brochures

Park Map (10.1 mb)
The entire park, from the official map and guide, in color.

Cumberland Gap Area Map (3.3 mb)
Map of Wilderness Road and area trails near Cumberland Gap, in color.

Route of the Historic Wilderness Road (2.62 mb)
Map of the historic Wilderness Road, in color.


The Wilderness Road Campground (1 mb)

Backcountry Hiking and Camping (1.8 mb)
Includes trail map, rules and regulations.

Horseback Riding (2.36 mb)
Includes trail map with approved trailer parking and regulations.

Greenleaf Trail Guide (1.56 mb)
Guide to Greenleaf Trail near the Wilderness Road Campground
Wildflowers near the Wilderness Road Campground (9.77 mb)
Guide to wildflowers found in and around the campground.
Fern Lake Acquisition Map (3.43 mb)
Map showing newly acquired land associated with Fern Lake. more...

Maps using Google Earth
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Did You Know?

Pioneers cross Cumberland Gap

Between 1775 and 1810 some 300,000 settlers crossed Cumberland Gap and began settling the land west of the Appalachians. These brave pioneers were following dreams of prosperity in the wilderness of Kentucky.