Corbin / Laurel Lake Koa

Corbin, Kentucky

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Setting up camp at the Corbin/Laurel Lake KOA is hassle-free, thanks to big-rig friendly Pull-Thru RV Sites. This is the KOA closest to pristine Laurel Lake and Cumberland Falls State Resort Park (known as the Niagara of the South), where you can view the famous "Moonbow." Visit the Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum, Big South Fork Scenic Railway in Sterns and Daniel Boone Country and Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, where Daniel Boone cut his way west in 1769. Enjoy nearby water rafting, horseback riding, hiking and canoeing. At camp, enjoy the shade trees, swim in the pool, take a half-mile hike to Laurel Lake or a 2-mile drive to a public access boat ramp. Free WiFi (may not be available at water/electric-only sites and Tent Sites). For after-hours registration, use KOA's outdoor booth. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your host: Kendra Cooney.

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