Daniel Boone Country[dead link] is Kentucky's southeasternmost region, along the Appalachian border with Virginia and Tennessee. Its territory is dominated by the Daniel Boone National Forest.

Looking up from underneath one of the many natural arches in Natural Bridge State Park

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The name "Daniel Boone Country" is used only by the state government for tourism promotion. Locals consider this region to be the southern part of the Eastern Coalfield or Eastern Kentucky, with the state-designated Kentucky Appalachians as its northern part.

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Map of Daniel Boone Country

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  • 1 Dr. Thomas Walker, 4929 Ky 459 Barbourville, +1 606 546-4400, . Dr. Thomas Walker led the first expedition through Cumberland Gap in 1750. Near the river which he named the Cumberland, Walker built a cabin, a replica of which stands on the site today.

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