Friends of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park is a non-profit organization, supporting the efforts of Cumberland gap National Historical Park, located within the beautiful tri-state region of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Volunteers and Friends of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park work on the Cumberland Trail in the park.
A spectacular underground world full of dripping water, fantastic rock formations and unique creatures which have adapted to a world of darkness. Come learn about the early travelers, pioneers, Civil War soldiers... all are showcased on this two hour tour which retraces part of the historic Wilderness Road as part of the trip.
Ranger led tours of Gap Cave (formerly known as Cudjo's Cave) are offered throughout the year. Reservations are recommended and can be made up to one month in advance.
For more information please call the park visitor center at (606) 248-2817 or visit the park website.
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