- Our list of the best things to do in Corbin, Kentucky, features the top 21 nearby activities — including 4 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Corbin, KY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Corbin, KY , followed by 14 popular activities in nearby cities, including London, Williamsburg, Somerset and Barbourville
Noted for its impressive rock arches, Twin Arches Recreation Area features a 0.7 mile hike to the arches, a 4.6 mile loop trail, restrooms, and potential seasonal refreshments at the bottom of the trail.
Located in Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Burnt Mill Bridge River Access Park provides visitors with direct access to the Cumberland River. Visitors can wade into the water or enjoy a picnic by the shore.
Located near a river gorge, Big South Fork Nrra Bandy Creek offers visitors a campground and visitors center with information about the trails in the area. Visitors can go whitewater rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, and more at Big South Fork.
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Dedicated to the preservation of the history of Wayne County, the Wayne County Historical Museum offers a peek at the life of those before us. Trace your roots with genealogy records or admire the artifacts of past generations.
Featuring displays of animals like bears, wolves, and moose, Cumberland Collection is an educational wildlife museum with a variety of exhibits. The museum consists of informative displays about Native American history and the past of the region.
Berea Arena Theater is an independent theater that provides year round productions featuring local and regional talent. In addition to the Mainstage Productions, the theater presents theatrical events that include stand-up comedy, classic films, drams and 'Karaoke Night.'
Situated at the famous trail that the American explorer, Daniel Boone, traveled on, Boone Trace Marker is a bronze plaque marking the end of the trail. The small sculpture, made in 1915, commemorates the end of his journey.