Corbin is a small city in Knox and Whitley Counties, southeastern Kentucky. Here, the fine and classy co-exist with fascinating and adventurous; a place where you can find plenty of local crafts and fine arts, mouth-watering dining options, adrenaline pumping adventures, and amazingly beautiful natural scenery. Thus, Corbin can please almost all kind of travelers, whether they be fans of hiking, boating, mountain biking, exploration, arts, dining, history, or culture. Major Corbin attractions include General Burnside, Cumberland Falls (discover yourself why these Falls are also known as the “Niagara of the South”), Pine Mountain and Levi Jackson State Parks, Laurel River and Lake, Corbin Railroad Museum, and of course the Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum (the famous cafe where Colonel Sanders, the founder of the KFC, firstly introduced the world to Kentucky Fried Chicken). Regarding budget accommodation, most of the and nearby Corbin offer comfy rooms for under $85 per night.