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as this area is within a dedicated Kentucky State Nature Preserve. Horseback Riding Cumberland Falls State Resort Park is the perfect destination to introduce the family to the thrill of horseback riding. The park offers guided trail rides that are easy enough for the first timer and still adventurous for the more experienced. Riders, age 6 and up will enjoy a 45-minute ride through an east- ern Kentucky forest, beautiful in any season. The stables open weekends in May and are daily after Memorial Weekend until Labor Day. Also open on week- ends during September and October. Rides start on the hour from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Personal horses are not permitted on the trails at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, but there are sev- eral opportunities to do so in the surrounding area. There are many miles of trails and several horse camps in the nearby Daniel Boone National Forest and The Big South Fork National River and Recreation area. Other Guests can enjoy a picnic with tables, grills and a playground available. Tennis courts and a Cumberland Falls State Resort Park is a perfect place to visit in the fall. There are many trails in the Daniel Boone National Forest that will show off the fall colors along the Cumberland River. swimming is also at the park. Rafting Guided rafting trips are offered on the Cumberland River. The park arranges the trips through; June - Labor Day depending on water levels. Fee charged. Call 800- 541-RAFT (7238) or Click here for more information. • 528-1505 1871 C umberland F alls H wy • C orbin , K entuCKy The Times-Tribune • Community Guide 2019 — Page 17