Scenic McCreary County, Kentucky is located in
southeastern Kentucky on the southern edge of the Daniel
Boone National Forest and the northern end of the Big
South Fork National River and Recreation Area (NRRA).
This area is known for its abundant scenic beauty,
outdoor recreational opportunities and its history and
heritage. McCreary County is home to Natural Arch,
Historic Stearns/Stearns Trail Town, Barthell Coal
Mining Camp, a section of the Sheltowee Trace National
Recreation Trail and so much more!