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.
Mossy Gap Point
View from the top.
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OPEN: Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays. Sunrise to Sunset.
Other times by appointment (Groups of 10+ only).
A project in partnership with:
The Hancock County Fiscal Court
The Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund
The Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission , and
The Hancock County Heritage Commission, Inc.
715 Williamette Road, Hawesville, Kentucky 42348, United States