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Rock House Natural Bridge – Jamestown, KY

Don’t you love it when you find an unexpected treasure near where you live? This past week our family took a quick drive less than an hour from our home and discovered one of the coolest natural bridges we have ever seen. We have of course hiked to the Natural Bridge in Red River Gorge several times but I had no idea we were going to find this Natural Arch in our part of Kentucky. The Creelsboro Natural Arch (also known as Rock House Natural Arch) is located in Jamestown, Kentucky just 30 minutes from the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery and Cumberland Dam.

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Sharon Williams

Sharon Williams is a wife and mom of 3 who loves to get out in the minivan with the GPS, cooler and some snacks. She loves to just see where the road takes her and the family. You never know where they will end up! Favorite places usually involve a hiking trail or a waterfall in Kentucky, Tennessee or beyond.

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(4) Comments

  1. Jessica

    I love visiting places like this. Nature is such a wonderous thing and it is amazing what it creates!

  2. Brandy

    OH wow this place looks beautiful! I have been to Rock City in TN, but never made it up to this place! If I had a million dollars I would totally be touring our country with all it’s beauty!

  3. eliz frank

    I think it is remarkable to have a natural bridge built by tree stumps. It’s a beautiful miracle of nature.

  4. LydiaF

    This looks like a great place to visit on a day trip. Walk around, blow off some steam, enjoy a nice picnic or stop in a pub.


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