Williamsburg

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Williamsburg is a small city in Kentucky's Daniel Boone Country.

Understand[edit]

Williamsburg is the county seat of Whitley County and is home to the University of the Cumberlands [1], a private university affiliated with the Southern Baptist Church.

Get in[edit]

The city is situated on I-75 just north of the Tennessee border.

Get around[edit]

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Do[edit]

  • Kentucky Splash Waterpark. An entertainment complex featuring an 18,000 square foot wave pool, drift river, water slides, arcade, go-karts, miniature golf, a batting cage, and a golf driving range.

Buy[edit]

Eat[edit]

Drink[edit]

Alcohol sales are allowed by the drink in restaurants that seat at least 100 people. The nearest towns that allow package sales are Corbin, about 15 minutes' drive to the north, and Jellico, about the same distance to the south and just over the Tennessee border.

Sleep[edit]

  • Cumberland Inn649 South Tenth St, toll-free: +1-800-315-0286. Owned and operated by the University of the Cumberlands, the inn features a hotel, convention center, museum, and restaurant.

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Kentucky[edit]

Tennessee[edit]

Routes through Williamsburg
LexingtonCorbin  N I-75.svg S  JellicoKnoxville
LexingtonCorbin ← Jct W Kentucky Route 90  N US 25W.svg S  JellicoKnoxville


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