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The two RV Gypsies hiked to Anglin Falls in Berea, Kentucky
May 31, 2013
USA map showing location of Kentuckymap of Kentucky showing location of Berea County and the Anglin Falls

The Two RV Gypsies went to Berea, Kentucky to find Anglin Falls, a 75-foot waterfall in the John B. Stevenson Forest. The forest was named after the first president of Berea College. Anglin Falls can be a bit difficult to find, even with a GPS.

The narrow road leading to Anglin Falls in Berea, Kentucky
sign: John B. Stephenson Memorial Forest
sign on a boulder at the entrance to the trail
sign on a boulder at the entrance to the trail

Lee Duquette on the trail to Anglin Falls. When they reached their destination, the waterfall was completely dry.

Lee Duquette on the trail to Anglin Falls the waterfall path with no waterfall

The dried-up waterfall area.

Karen Duquette on a big boulder

the waterfall path with no waterfall Karen Duquette on a big boulder on the path to Anglin Falls

It was obvious that this is where the waterfall should be flowing, but it was dry on this date.

The dry area where the waterfall should be.

The two RV Gypsies reached Anglin Falls, but all they saw was a very small trickle of water flowing downward. They were told that this is normally a pretty waterfall, when there is water, but obviously the end of May is not a good time to hike to this waterfall, at least it wasn't this year (2013).

A trickle of water at Anglin Falls A trickle of water at Anglin Falls

Below: Panorama views of the cliff and boulders by Anglin Falls

Panorama view of the cliff and boulders by Anglin Falls
Panorama view of the cliff and boulders by Anglin Falls
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May 30 - June 5, 2013
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Renfro Valley KOA and The Tunnel

Anglin Falls in Berea, KY

Berea Old Town Artist Village

Cumberland Gap Nat'l Park

Louisville South KOA / Hiking

The Chained Rock

Louisville, Kentucky and a Segway tour - 2 pages

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