This multi-faceted park provides opportunities for a wide range of year-round activities and recreation, and is considered the ”Grand Canyon of the East” with 3 major waterfalls, 600 foot high cliffs along the river flanked by lush forests, 70 miles of incredible hiking trails, plenty of food options, and a museum/visitor center that provides the history of the area. Dogs must have proof of rabies inoculation and there are no additional pet fees. Dogs must be crated or leashed (6 feet) and cleaned up after. They are not allowed in buildings, cabins or cabin areas, or swim areas. Dogs are allowed throughout the rest of the park and on the trails.