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Nice little piece of history

The stairs to the top are a little bit of a challenge if you have bad knees etc. When you arrive... read more

Reviewed September 9, 2017
Cindy W
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Interesting and peaceful

The cemetery is very interesting and pretty big. We walked around a long time and we were the only... read more

Reviewed August 23, 2017
Huntington, West Virginia
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Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
Chloe Road, Pikeville, KY
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Reviewed September 9, 2017 via mobile

The stairs to the top are a little bit of a challenge if you have bad knees etc. When you arrive it is a great view of pikeville and the cemetery is fun to explore

Thank Cindy W
Reviewed August 23, 2017

The cemetery is very interesting and pretty big. We walked around a long time and we were the only people there which was cool. It has stairs to get up to it, so its not good for anyone not in shape enough to climb many...More

Thank HauntedHeather
Reviewed August 19, 2017 via mobile

I have read a review that this cemetery is well maintained and I beg to differ. We had to walk through 3' high brush to get to some stones. Sadly there is a lot of broken glass and some trash and a bear does wander...More

Thank SpiritsOpinion
Reviewed July 30, 2017

First, let me emphasize that this cemetery is not accessible for individuals who have mobility difficulties, especially for those who use a wheelchair. It is on a mountain and is accessed by ascending several flights of wooden steps. The cemetery is well-kept and is "home"...More

Thank Wendy H
Reviewed July 13, 2017

Be prepared to climb several steps to the top of the mountain. Several burials from the McCoy family, but don't expect to see the graves of the three McCoy sons that were killed by the Hatfields or the graces of the two Mcoy's that were...More

Thank penny412
Reviewed March 20, 2017

Was interesting to see the historic gravesites. There were some really old ones. Be sure to wear comfy shoes or hiking boots, as it's on a hill with some rough terrain.

Thank Laura W
Reviewed November 3, 2016

This is a must see if interested in the past history of the Hatfield's and McCoy' and has an amazing view of the mountains. The cemetery is located on top of a steep mountain and you do have to park across the road and walk...More

Thank Miriam A
Reviewed October 12, 2016

This cemetery was the first integrated cemetery in Kentucky. Some of the Hatfields and McCoys are buried here. I love visiting old cemeteries but this one could really use some mowing and cleaning up in some of the areas. It's always sad to me when...More

Thank cheryl h
Reviewed August 23, 2016

It's never the same when you read or hear about history. Actually seeing the cemetery you realize these were actual people living in this time period. The stories and our imagination brings to life their experiences.

1  Thank Ingeborg J
Reviewed July 19, 2016

On Our last visit, the cemetery appeared to be a little unkept. Grass needed trimming and just some care to the area. Please don't let this little gem go unnoticed.

Thank Marsha R
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