The South Fork of the Kentucky River forms near Oneida, where two hundred years ago men ran the rapids on log rafts going to market. Visit the spot where a woman named Patty waived caution to those mountain men from her rock above "the narrows". In Manchester you may see the stone upon which one of the ancient languages of Europe was carved, centuries before Viking explorers arrived here. Hike, bike or ride your horse (ATV or equine) in the Redbird Purchase Unit of the Daniel Boone National Forest.
- 13 miles to the Red Bird Crest Trail of the Daniel Boone National Forest, 75 miles of ATV/dirt bike/hiking/horse back riding. (Permit required for ATV/dirt bikes)
- 5 miles to Ancient language symbols carved on the Stone of Witness. Pre-Colombian carvings date even before Viking explorers.
- 25 miles to Oneida School, built by James Anderson Burns to end the long years of feuding. At the confluence forming the South Fork of the Kentucky River, see Patty's Rock and the 'Narrs'.
- 3 miles to site of an old salt works, destroyed by the Union army during the Civil War.
- Within 45 mile radius of:
Cumberland Falls State Park
Cumberland Gap National Historic Park
Six state parks/historic sites
Seven wildlife management areas