Creelsboro Natural Bridge Poster
In a state celebrated for having the largest concentration of natural arches and bridges outside of the Four Corners region of the Southwest, this arch stands out not just for its size, but its importance to the community surrounding it. The Creelsboro Natural Bridge, also known as "The Rockhouse" is a historic archway on the banks of the Cumberland River in Russell County, Kentucky. With a span of 106 feet, it is the seventh longest natural bridge in the United States. This National Natural Landmark, hidden just several dozen feet from a rural backroad, stands as a monument to a bygone era. Pictured above is Creelsboro Natural Bridge with a flooded Jims Creek flowing through the arch as it empties into the Cumberland River!
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