Reel in your anchor or lunker fish and set off for some secluded stretch of shoreline on one of the biggest man-made lakes on the Atlantic side of the Mississippi, Lake Cumberland, popular with houseboaters, anglers and water-sports fiends.
This is a popular trail that follows the north side of Bark Camp Creek to its mouth at the Cumberland River. The trail passes under rockshelters and cliffs. There is a small waterfall about a mile from the trailhead and a beautiful series of cascades near the trail's junction with the Sheltowee Trace.
An adirondack shelter is located on the Sheltowee Trace about one tenth mile south of the its junction with Bark Camp Trail. The creek is stocked with rainbow trout.
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