Cumberland Gap National Historic Park / Wilderness Road State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"There is a Wilderness Road State Park that is 5 miles away from the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, which has the Wilderness Campground. The names are very close, but the amenities are different. Wilderness Road State Park offers primitive camping only, mostly for groups and equestrian campers. They do not have water, so they provide only pit and vault-type toilets.
However, the National Park Service campground is what this listing is referencing, which has water and other amenities. The National Park is located in three states: Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Campsites are first come, first served.
There are 50 miles of hiking trails within the park, which also connects with the Wilderness Road Trail, 12 miles of trail within the Wilderness State Park that can be used by hikers, cyclists, and equestrians."