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Almost entirely surrounded by the northern portion of Daniel Boone National Forest, Cave Run Lake is the shimmering jewel of Kentucky's Mountain Lake Corridor. Recreation opportunities abound at the lake and throughout the corridor. The 8,000+ acre lake's scenic beauty may be enjoyed from houseboats, available for rent. Beyond the lake, visit the Kentucky Folk Art Museum in Morehead where you can experience Appalachian culture through its folk art. Learn about life for the early settlers, with a visit to Gladie Historic site in Menifee County. This site features a reconstructed log cabin dating to the late 19th century from Kentucky's logging period. Keep your eyes open for the herd of bison that roams the area. The Minor E. Clark Fish Hatchery in Rowan County provides three to four million fingerlings a year for Kentucky's lakes, rivers and suitable streams. On a visit to the hatchery, you may see largemouth bass, muskellunge, rockfish, hybrid striped bass and walleye. Whether you enjoy Mountain Lake Corridor from on the lake or just near it, it will truly be an experience out of the ordinary.

Situated in the heart of Eastern Kentucky, the Mountain Parkway Trails Corridor is an outdoor-lover's delight. Featuring Red River Gorge, Natural Bridge State Park and portions of Daniel Boone National Forest this corridor is not only strikingly beautiful but also full of adventure waiting to happen. Go rock climbing at Via Ferrata in Wolfe County is the only such facility in the nation. In Slade take the sky lift to the top of Natural Bridge for a breathtaking view of the Gorge. The Pioneer Village is a fascinating collection of 19th century buildings in Magoffin County just asking to be explored. In October, don't miss the Woolly Worm Festival in Lee County an opportunity for a magnificent helicopter ride. No matter the activity you choose, you will be sure to enjoy a true taste of Kentucky outdoor life in Mountain Parkway Trails Corridor.

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The Country Music Highway is the eastern-most corridor in the Highlands and Waterways Region of Southern and Eastern Kentucky. It follows US-23 through Lawrence County, Paintsville, Prestonsburg, Pikeville, and then along US-119/US-23 to the Virginia border and on to Whitesburg. As noted in its name, the Country Music Highway celebrates the lives of dozens of famous country music stars that grew up along this route. Some of the sites visitors will want to see include Yatesville Lake State Park and the Pavilion Country Music Shrine in Lawrence County. Continuing along US-23 to Paintsville, The Mountain Home place adjacent to Paintsville Lake State Park is a reconstructed pioneer homestead complete with oxen (Abe and Jeff) and has an award-winning educational film narrated by Richard Thomas. In Prestonsburg, be sure to visit the Mountain Arts Center home of the Kentucky Opry and visit Jenny Wiley State Park. While in Pike County, take US-460/KY-80 south to Breaks Interstate Resort Park in Elkhorn City. The Park is jointly operated by Kentucky and Virginia and is known as the ' Grand Canyon of the South' due to its 1000-foot deep canyons.

     
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