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Tioga Falls


Location: 8 miles north of Fort Knox off US 31W
Contact: Radcliff Tourism Office
Phone: 270-352-1204
Email: radclifftour@bbtel.com
Cost: Free
Time Required: CLOSED INDEFINITELY DUE TO WORK ON RAILROAD BRIDGE
Downloads: 33 Points of Interest (232Kb PDF)


CLOSED INDEFINITELY
DUE TO WORK ON RAILROAD BRIDGE



Welcome to the Tioga Falls Hiking Trail. This selfguided trail was developed to display an area with a unique combination of natural beauty and nineteenth century history. The trail lies in an area of Fort Knox used for military training and as a result is sometimes closed to hikers. The trail may also be closed to hikers during some hunting seasons. Visitors using the Tioga Trail are required to strictly follow the regulations outlined on the back of this trail guide. Signs are conspicuously posted during times the trail is closed.

Hiking Trail Regulations
  • Training missions may require the site to be closed to the public
  • Excavation and/or removal of archaeological or historic items is prohibited
  • Motorized vehicles, bicycles, skate boards, horses, etc., are not permitted on the trail
  • Vegetation is not to be disturbed. The picking of flowers, shrubs, or the uprooting of any vegetation is prohibited
  • Children under the age of 16 years must be under the supervision of a person 21 years of age or older
  • No alcohol, illegal narcotics, firearms, metal detectors, fireworks, glass bottles or containers are permitted on the trail
  • Visitors must not walk on the railroad tracks. Trains use the tracks frequently and irregularly


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