Local Attractions

Corbin, Kentucky Attractions

Sanders Café and Museum

Colonel Sanders’ original restaurant in Corbin, KY, the birthplace of KY Fried Chicken. Also view the exhibits featuring the Colonel’s artifacts and memorabilia from the early days of KFC.

Engineer St Bridge & Creek Walk

A bridge offered to the city of Corbin in 1902. Closed in the early 1990’s and added to the National Register of Historic Places. It has been rehabilitated as a pedestrian bridge as part of a city park.


Axe throwing venue who abide by the World Axe Throwing League. Parents are offered the option of plexiglass throwing boards with foam suction-cup axes so kids may experience the same art of axe throwing.

Pinball Museum of Corbin

See historical information about the history of Pinball through working machines from 1969 to 2022. Also features a large arcade and an eating area.

Daniel Boone National Forest

Spread across 21 counties in KY with more than 708,000 acres of national forest system lands. Over 600 miles of trails and more than 250 recreation sites.

Mountain Life Museum

Attraction that brings visitors into a pioneer settlement. All building replicas include pioneer relics. Also offers craft items from local artists.

Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park

Named for Levi Jackson, an early KY pioneer. 896 acres and includes a section of the Wilderness Road that early settlers used to reach KY.

Laurel River Lake

A permanent beach maintained by the Corps of Engineers located amid Daniel Boone National Forest. A prime destination for Boating, Fishing, Kayaking and Scuba Diving.

Sheltowee Trace Adventure Resort

5 miles from Cumberland Falls State Resort Park. Whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking. Primitive campsites, resort cabin, wooded trails and waterfalls.

Cumberland Falls

The "Niagara of the South" 68 feet tall and 125 feet wide. 3,600 cubic feet of water spill over the edge every second. Visit during a full moon to catch a glimpse of the Moonbow.

KY Splash Waterpark

Caribbean themed waterpark that also features an 18 hole mini golf course, arcade, and a full site hookup campground.

Dr. Tomas Walker State Historic Site

A replica of the first KY home on part of the land claimed by Dr. Thomas Walker. Also features mini golf, a gift shop, and a primitive campsite.

KY Music Hall of Fame

Museum filled with a collection of artifacts and memorabilia highlighting careers from music of all genres. Also features a large gift shop.

Big South Fork Scenic Railway

105,000 acres filled with huge rock formations, waterfalls, fast-flowing streams, deep canons, forests and other natural sights. Dubbed the "Yellowstone of the East".

Yahoo Falls Overlook

The highest waterfall in KY, drops 113 feet into the pool below. You can walk up to the base of the waterfall and behind the falls. Surrounded by a network of trails offering many options for hiking. Picnic facilities and scenic overlooks into Big South Fork river gorge.

Portal 31

KY’s first exhibition coal mine. Tour an actual coal mine by rail car. Portal 31 RV park located directly across from the Portal.

Sweetwater, Tennessee Attractions

Great Smoky Mountains

Straddles the border between North Carolina & TN. America’s most visited National Park.

Zoo Knoxville

Part of the largest conservation movement on the planet. The first zoo in the world to hatch critically endangered northern spider tortoises.

The Lost Sea Adventure

America’s largest underground lake and registered national landmark. 1/3 mile self-guided trail that will take you through a cove-hardwood forest.

Swift Museum Foundation Inc

Multiple Swift aircraft on display, including the prototype #1. Presenting Swift’s from the start in 1946 to today.

Cherohala Skyway

Featured as one of Discover Channel’s Top 10 Motorcycle Rides in North America. Scenic views over the 41 mile trip.


Theme park for all ages located in Pigeon Forge.

Parrot Mountain and Gardens

Nestled on 4 acres of landscaped gardens. Home to hundreds of tropical birds and thousands of flowers, plants, and trees.

Wahoo Ziplines

Heights 40 to 250 feet from the ground. Nestled in the heart of beautiful landscapes.

Navitat Knoxville

Located at Ljams Nature Center. Features adventure trails consisting of 8-12 elements including zip lines, bridges, swings, nets, climbs, and more.

Ljams Nature Center

Non-profit environmental education center. More than 318 acres of protected land. Hiking, biking, paddling, swimming, and climbing.

Millennium Manor Castle

A stone castle built to withstand an apocalypse based on one man’s religious convictions.

World’s Fair Park

Features the TN amphitheater, and The Sunsphere.

Raleigh, North Carolina Attractions

Historic Yates Mill County Park
Hiking trails, a 24-acre pond and the Historic Yates Mill, Wake County's last remaining fully restored and operable gristmill. 

Go Ape Treetop AdventureA highly interactive 2-3 hour outdoor aerial high ropes experience featuring obstacles at heights of 40-50 feet in the trees. Treetop Journey is a 1 hour adventure with obstacles and 2 zip lines at a height of 20 feet in the trees.

Themed exhibits designed to build imagination through self-led exploration, for kids 10 and under.

North Carolina Museum of Art
Permanent collections include ancient Egyptian artifacts, renowned European Old Master paintings, African and Judaic works of art and innovative contemporary art. 

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
With nearly a million visitors per year, you'll find fascinating exhibits ranging from detailed dioramas to ecosystems with living animals. 

Pullen Park
Established in 1887 and designated as the first public park in North Carolina. The park includes an operating carousel built in 1911, a miniature train you can ride through the park, pedal boats, tennis courts, an arts center, and more! 

Raleigh Municipal Rose Garden

Thousands of flowers which bloom each spring. In the summer months, visit to watch free outdoor movies. 

Made up of 300,000 square feet of fresh vegetables, produce, flowers, and specialty goods.

Terrain levels for all ages and abilities. Includes both lead and top-rope climbing, expansive bouldering terrain, and a cardio and strength training center. 

Over 90 aerial obstacles, 20 zip lines and 13 unique courses, catering to all ages and skill levels.
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