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Breaks Interstate Park

627 Commission Circle

About Us:

Frontiersmen used to call a passage through the mountains a “break.” Such breaks were a rare thing indeed, offering the early settlers an opportunity to take their frontier lives to a new level. Layer upon layer of history welcomes today’s visitor, as does the still resplendent beauty of this unique 4600-acre park. Established in 1954 by an act of Congress initiated by the efforts of the two states it crosses, Virginia and Kentucky, it is now one of only two such interstate parks in the USA.

Visitors come to us year-round to enjoy the many recreational delights, whether they are bent on an active, sporting experience, or one more contemplative, such as our seven gorgeous overlooks. Wildlife abounds, as does the warm welcome, in cozy accommodations that feel just right in their setting.


Crystal Edwards

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Oh we absolutely love it here. They are so nice and the peace and quite is awesome. All the activities are fun. I like Finding new places to see. Love it!

Doug Hughes

Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Great park! We camped in our travel trailer. Plenty of full hookup sites. A loop was nice, but the views were a lot better in the B and D loops. Camp host, Joe, was great! A few in our group stayed in a cottage. It was a bit dated, but well worth the price. 2 others stayed in the yurt, which was great. Brand new and very spacious - no bathroom but really close to the remodeled bath house. Overall beautiful area with plenty to entertain the entire family. I'll definitely be coming back this summer.

Stacy Engle

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Awesome views of the canyon, seen deer & other animals. Beautiful birds. Very family friendly park..picnics, camping, swimming on & on

Lea Webb

Sunday, May 6, 2018
Love it. The kids even enjoyed it even tho it rained. Great family place to camp, fish and hike.


Saturday, April 28, 2018
Gorgeous as always. Great place for hiking, picnics and more...even just a nice relaxing drive.

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