A 230 acre sandstone plateau formation with cliffs, rock shelters and forest located in Hancock Co., Kentucky
Used as a a rendezvous and hideout by Confederate guerrillas during the Civil War.
Hike the Forrest
View at the top.
Located in Hancock County. Ky, just 4 miles east of Hawesville.
Total 230 acres of beautiful forests, cliffs and large rock shelters.
Over 5 miles of hiking trails.
We want everyone to have the opportunity to view and enjoy the beauty of the Jeffreys Cliffs during the fall colors time. Please pass this along to anyone you know who might not be able to hike the main trail back to one of the largest rock shelters in the State.
The area is free to the public. It is maintained solely by volunteers and paid for by donations.. We receive no government funds. You can help us in this effort with your tax deductible donation to: Hancock Co. Heritage Commission, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
Closed: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday except below:
Holidays & Breaks for 2023
Spring Break - KY & IN: Entire month of April
Independence Day - Tuesday, Jul 4th
Fall Break - KY & IN: Entire Month of October
Thanksgiving Week - Nov 20th thru 27th
Xmas Break - Dec 18th thru Jan 1st 2024
715 Williamette Road, Hawesville, Kentucky 42348, United States