The Four Rivers Region features so many amazing natural wonders – from wildlife and habitat to landscapes that are unique.
Pennyrile Forest State Park
Strange natural rock formations are something that has always intrigued me. Its related to the same itch I have with abandoned places and other historical aspects of our local culture. …
Hematite Dam has spillways that are beautiful - but the main attraction is the 2.2 mile hiking trail that surrounds the lake.
One could say Hematite Lake is a well-kept secret, but
locals know it as a beautiful place to hike just about any time of the year.
Hematite Lake is located near Lake Barkley in Land Between The Lakes, about 15 minutes north of either the Lake Barkley Bridge at Canton or the Golden Pond Visitors Center.
Downtown Princeton, Kentucky is home to a small park featuring a beautiful cave with spring waters coming out of the ground. The downtown area is situated on top of the cave and the spring, known as Big Springs Cave.
Before Princeton came into existence, the first community was known as Eddy Grove. The name came from the spring’s swirling waters, or “eddies”, which is the source of today’s Eddy Creek.