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Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Questions & Answers

Waterloo, Ontario, CA

Is the road suitable to drive up a 30 foot motorhome?

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Kingsport, Tennessee
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You would have to swing wide on every hairpin turn. Plus, there will be branches overhanging. I would not recommend it.

over a year ago
Midway, Kentucky
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Probably. It's a two lane paved road but it is steep and winding. You should be OK

over a year ago
Midway, Kentucky
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Probably. It's a two lane paved road but it is steep and winding. You should be OK

over a year ago
Mason, Ohio, USA
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The road is extremely twisty, with some hairpin turns toward the peak. I also cannot attest to RV driving. I was in an Explorer and had to drive cautiously.

over a year ago
Kannapolis, North Carolina
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You can park RV at Visitor Center. However to hike to top of overlook into 3 states., You must go on foot. It's an easy hike.

The road to the top past visitor ctr is not suitable for an RV.

over a year ago
Bowling Green, Kentucky
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Addendum: Wilderness Road Campground is the Cumberland Gap National Park campground. RV camping with hookup is available along with tent camping sites. The park is located on the main road at the edge of the National Park. A walking trail allows pedestrian access to/from the campground to the Nat'l Park. Fee schedule can be viewed on their website.

over a year ago
Bowling Green, Kentucky
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yes. you can navigate a RV into the park, access the visitors center, and travel paved roads through the park. Park roads are adequate to allow an RV to travel and there are several parking areas as you travel through the park which gets you closer to several available walking trails.

I cannot attest to RV parking outside the visitors center as we had no need to look. However, there were a few RVs parked in the visitors center parking lot when we visited. As walking trails are easily assessable, you can park your RV at the visitors center and walk desired trails.

over a year ago
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