Corbin has a wide variety of dining facilities to suit all needs and tastes. Restaurants range from fast-food to formal. Check out the unique flavors our area has to offer.
805 S. Main St. Corbin, KY 40701
(606) 523- 6522
PO Box 1343
Corbin, KY 40702
Located next to Lynn Camp Creek, is a lighted 1 mile walking trail, 3 resting areas with benches and water fountains. Engineer Street Bridge and Gazebo connect to the Creek Walk
Zumba Classes – Certified Instructor Kaye Jones
Dancersize Classes- Norma Reeves
For information on these classes contact us at 606-528-6657
*Please call us for membership rates at 606-528-6657
Branch Office of Corbin First Priority – Tim Bargo, Director 606-521-6007
We welcome you to Corbin and invite you to visit often to stay informed about our wonderful city–a city progressive in spirit, yet traditional at heart!
Part of Daniel Boone National Forest, Corbin, Kentucky is the home of Cumberland Falls State Resort Park in Corbin. The mist of the falls creates the only Moonbow in the Western Hemisphere and can be seen at certain times each month during clear weather. Called the “Niagara of the South”, this 125-foot curtain of water drops 60 feet, causing a mist on the boulders in the gorge below.
Cumberland Falls is a hiker’s paradise with 17 miles of hiking trails that wind through the park to scenic areas. The Moonbow Trail connects with many backpacking trails in the Daniel Boone National Forest.
Corbin is also the birthplace of the original Colonel Sanders Cafe and Museum. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the museum and dining room serve the traditional Kentucky Fried Chicken foods.
With more navigable miles of water than any other state in the union except Alaska, Kentucky has a veritable wonderland of lakes, creeks, ponds and rivers. With its cliff-lined shores and quiet coves, Laurel River Lake is a favorite destination for thousands of visitors each year. They come to boat, fish, swim, and relax at one of the deepest and cleanest lakes in Kentucky.
The Daniel Boone National Forest features over 600 miles of developed forest trails, including nearly 300 miles of National Recreation Trails. Some trails are easy and fun for families with small children; other paths make great half-day hikes. Trails can lead to a backpacking adventure for a night or much longer.
The Daniel Boone National Forest offers two types of camping opportunities: developed campgrounds and undeveloped or dispersed campsites located throughout the general forest area. These sites are within easy reach of many of the forests’ recreational opportunities.
Thank you for visiting and remember to visit often!
Mayor Suzie Razmus
171 W. Cumberland Gap Parkway
I-75 Exit 29 on US 25 East
Corbin, KY 40701
37 Highway 770
125 Adams Road
I-75 at Cumberland Gap Parkway
47 Adams Road
174 Adams Road Corbin, KY 40701
1891 Cumberland Falls Highway
1973 Cumberland Falls Highway
Corbin, Ky 40701
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park
7351 Highway 90 Corbin, Ky 40701
1860 Cumberland Falls Rd.
I-75 & US 25 West Exit 25
1888 Cumberland Falls Highway
2630 Cumberland Falls Highway
Corbin KY, 40701