Creelsboro Natural Bridge near Lake Cumberland is a million-year-old natural limestone arch over 60 feet high and over feet wide, and is the largest natural bridge east of the Rockies — and the seventy largest natural bridge in the United States. The naturally formed structure provided shelter for Native Americans and early settlers against the elements, and a Native American burial ground lies on top. The Creelsboro Natural Bridge is classified as a meander natural bridge because it was created by river erosion of a cliff on the outer side of a sharp meander in Jim Creek which flows through it before merging into the Cumberland River.
It deals in matters of the heart. For more than 27 years, the Rock House has provided services to people with developmental disabilities, teaching life skills and respect along the way, said Janie Portele, a social worker at the Stephenville Rock House. Though it may sound like any run-of-the-mill disability center, Portele said one big difference sets Rock House apart.
John Carrotte, the owner of a golden retriever called Aston, is in no doubt about the main attribute of Knowle Park. Kirklees Council has done a good job. Now we just walk through the park on the way into town.
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The "rock house" is an enormous natural arch, feet wide and 40 feet high, overlooking the Cumberland River in Southern Kentucky. It was called the "rock house" in the early s and was a natural gathering place in the early days because of the protection it afforded in bad weather. A thousand people could gather under the arch, and many camp meetings were held here across the years.
The property, acquired in by the land conservation non-profit organization The Trustees of Reservationsis named for a natural rock shelter once used as a winter camp by Native Americans. Its location near two, long Native American footpaths suggests that it may also have been a trail camp and meeting place. Boulder strewn Carter Pond occupies the center of the property.