Plan A Visit To Eagle Falls, Kentucky's Beautifully Blue Waterfall
By Sarah McCosham|Published August 04, 2021
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Kentucky has an abundance of beautiful waterfalls, and the crown jewel is most definitely Cumberland Falls. Most visitors to Cumberland Falls State Resort Park head to its most popular trail, which leads straight to our state’s largest waterfall. But within this superlative state park, there are many, many more glorious cascades that also deserve your attention. Eagle Falls is one of them. Kentucky’s beautifully blue waterfall will take your breath away, and the journey to get there is a two-mile hike that’s incredibly scenic and accessible.
Have you visited Eagle Falls before? Kentucky’s brilliantly blue waterfall sure is beautiful, isn’t it? Learn more about the Eagle Falls Trail and plan your excursion by visiting AllTrails.
For more easy-access falls in the Bluegrass State, check out these beauties!
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