Cumberland Falls Park Trails
Civilian Conservation Corps Memorial Trail
1 mile, self guided nature trail, trailhead located in front of Dupont Lodge, connects with trail 5 and will lead to Cabin area 2, trail ends back at lodge parking lot.
Cumberland Falls Trail
.5 mile, begins at picture display in front of Dupont Lodge, most popular route to falls, excellent view of river and Gatliff Bridge, total descent of 200 ft, ends at falls parking lot.
Cumberland River Trail
5 miles, trailhead at far end of picnic area, follows river upstream for 2 miles, continues along an old logging road, trail will intersect with Moonbow, ends at falls parking area.
Eagle Falls Trail
This trail is 1.5 miles and is the only trail leading to Eagle Falls. Hikers follow the cliff line for much of the trail to one of the best views of Cumberland Falls. After crossing a seasonal stream, Trail 9 becomes a loop and a spur will take you to the river. The lower section of trail may be under water during high water and the latter section of the trail is rugged.
0.25 mile trail that begins at end of cabin area 1 and ends at trail #6 near Gatliff Bridge overlook.
10.8 miles, begins at Cumberland Falls, ends at mouth of Laurel River, section of Sheltowee Trace #2, 2 miles below falls the trail junctions with trail 2, can be made into 7 mile loop via trails 1 & 2.
A .125- to .5-mile, 2 trails that connect trails # 2, 11, &12, trail splits with both paths leading to river.
A 0.25-mile, spur hiking trail connecting trail 11 with KY 90.
1.25 miles, trailhead located in campground 1, follows sandstone cliffs and rock houses, joins trail 1 for small section, heads uphill and ends at pool.
Anvil Branch Trail
2.5 miles, connects trail 2 & 7, may be accessed from trail 8, 2, or at Ky 90 near park entrance, abundance of spring wildflowers, some sections quite steep.
Blue Bend Loop
4.5 miles, begins across KY 90 at trail 9 (Eagle Falls) parking lot, several branches off of main trail, be sure to follow signage, gradual climb uphill until reaching top of ridge and old logging road, passes through nature preserve gate, descends to river and joins Sheltowee Trace, at junction go left and follow river to Gatliff Bridge.
0.5 mile trail that allows campers to reach the falls and river. Also leads to cabin area 2, Trail 2 and 4.