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Also known as the Niagara of the South or the Great Falls, Cumberland Falls in Corbin, Kentucky is the very central feature of the Cumberland Falls State Resort Park. The natural structure measures of 68 feet in height and 125 feet in width. It has an average of 3600 cubic feet per second of water flow.

Aside from the body of water itself, though, Cumberland Falls is also known for the beautiful ?moonbow? that it casts. The ?moonbow? is basically a rainbow, but it uses the light from the moon and the mist from the falls to form. It is commonly seen during the months when the night comes in early, so visitors can still see it even before the park closes.
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