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.
The first quarter mile winds through pine-hardwood forest.The trail then drops 300 feet to follow Twin Branch to its mouth at Lake Cumberland. Several scenic cascades may be seen along the way, best viewed in the spring when the creek has plenty of water. An adirondack shelter is located near the junction with the Lake Side South Trail. A primitive campsite is located on the east side of Twin Branch. All water should be boiled. Please pack out your trash.
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