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Cumberland - Kingdom Come State Park


Kingdom Come State Park, with an elevation of 2,700 feet, is the crowning jewel in the crest of Pine Mountain.

Named after the popular Civil War novel, "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come," by Kentucky author John Fox Jr., the park preserves 1,283 acres of unspoiled wilderness.

Some of the most extraordinary rock formations in the state are featured at this park, including Log Rock, a natural sandstone bridge, and Raven Rock, a giant rock exposure that soars 290 feet into the air at a 45-degree angle! The park is open based on road and / or weather conditions.


Jonathan Boggs

Saturday, April 21, 2018
This is such a a great park for hiking and family time. I highly recommend this state park to everyone. They are doing some beautiful renovations to the park.

Mason Neel

Saturday, April 7, 2018
Very cool park with hiking and breathtaking views. Be sure to check out log rock, and raven rock. As well as the cave amphitheatre! If you fish, the pond up there is plentiful as well.

low ash

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Love this little Park nested high on pine mountain. Lake and fishing with paddleboats available. Just stocked lake with catfish and trout. May even see up close a bear or two.

tj whitaker

Monday, Jan. 15, 2018
This is a hidden gem in Kentucky. I have tons of great memories of this park. There are numerous hiking trails and lookouts. There are also lookouts that require little or no hiking. Multiple picnic areas, playgrounds, and camping areas are the available as well. Stop by the lake and fish while you are there or play a round of miniature golf.

Jennifer Disney

Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018
one of the most beautiful spots in the entire state! Hiking trails are all well maintained and marked. And overlooks are always breathtaking

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