Explore The Four Rivers Region

It’s all about adventure, making memories, and discovering new places.  The Four Rivers Region is waiting to be explored!

MOST RECENT EXPLORATIONS & FEATURES

Old Dogtown Road Bridge

In the Clark’s River bottoms on Dogtown Road in Marshall County, Ky. lies an abandoned bridge that dates back to 1919....

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New Concord, Kentucky

New Concord can be found deep in the thick forests of southeastern Calloway County, between Blood River and Kentucky Lake.  The...

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Pine Bluff, Tennessee

John Wayne, the Hollywood legend who starred in dozens of films, is directly tied to Pine Bluff, Tennessee.  The story is...

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Kuttawa, Kentucky

This small town located on the northern shores of Lake Barkley in Lyon County, Kentucky continues to thrive, thanks to its...

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Cave-in-Rock Ferry

The Cave-in-Rock Ferry was a bonus when visiting Cave-in-Rock, Illinois recently.  The ferry, which doesn’t cost anything to ride, is the...

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Old TOwns & VILLAGES

The majority of the Four Rivers Region is made up of small towns and villages. 
Some of those communities continue to thrive today while others are only remembered in history.

POSTSCRIPTS

Old Towns & Villages’ Postscripts features factual nuggets and short snippets of stories from throughout the Four Rivers Region.

WHERE IS THE FOUR RIVERS REGION?

The Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers make up the Four Rivers Region.  Right in the middle of the country, it would seem fitting these arteries would flow through America’s Heartland.  Four Rivers Explorer showcases the unique wonders and historical anecdotes of this often-overlooked part of the United States.