Daniel Boone National Forest
The Daniel Boone National Forest (originally the Cumberland National Forest) is a national forest in Kentucky. Established in 1937, it includes 708,000 acres (287,000 ha) of federally owned land within a 2,100,000 acres (850,000 ha) proclamation boundary. The name of the forest was changed in 1966 in honor of the explorer Daniel Boone.
The terrain of the forest is generally rugged, and includes multiple prominent water features. It is home to a range of plant and animal species, although many areas still bear evidence of industrial logging and other practices which took place mostly prior to federal protection. It is a popular recreational and tourist destination which serves a million or more visitors a year, and contains several widely recognized areas which are protected in their own right, including state parks, trails, wilderness areas, and landmarks.
|Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum (11.6 miles)|
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park (12.9 miles)
Woodford Reserve Distillery (80.7 miles)
Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History (84.7 miles)
Buffalo Trace Distillery (88.5 miles)
|Cummins Falls State Park (88.5 miles)|
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Daniel Boone National Forest, 1700 Bypass Rd
London, Kentucky 40744
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