Harlan County’s tag line is “Where the Adventure Begins” because every where you look an adventure is waiting on you. Start planning your adventures in Harlan County with the following list of 223 things to do in Harlan County in 2023. This list has attractions, festivals, events, retail shops, restaurants, and so much more!
1.) Experience the thrill of a lifetime at the highest, fastest, longest zipline in Kentucky at Black Mountain Thunder Zipline!
2.) Off-Road at Black Mountain Adventure Area where you can ride your ATV, rockcrawler, dirtbike, side by side and more in Evarts!
3.) Visit the highest peak in Kentucky at Black Mountain.
4.) Stroll through downtown Harlan and visit each of the plaques on the downtown walking tour.
5.) Take a swim at the shore at Martins Fork Lake
6.) Interact with animatronic exhibits as they tell you the story of coal in Harlan County and how it helped shape the world at Portal 31 in Lynch!
7.) Visit the Kentucky Coal Mine Museum and see some truly great exhibits focused on the industry that helped develop Harlan. For a extra fun experience – be sure to visit the Loretta Lynn exhibit on the top floor!
8.) Visit Camp Blanton, the oldest Boy Scout camp in Kentucky, by strolling the grounds, relaxing by the pond, and absorbing the surreal beauty of this camp located in Kentucky’s oldest old-growth forest.
9.) Visit one of the geological wonders in Harlan County at Knobby Rock. We guarantee you won’t regret it after standing atop this mountain marvel with it’s stunning views.
10.) Go for a walk or a run at one of our many parks across Harlan County some featuring some impressive walking/running tracks!
11.) Hike the Cumberland Shadow Trail at Martin’s Fork.
12.) Visit Kentucky’s highest elevated state park at Kingdom Come State Park with a wide array of activities to do!
13.) Hike to Ravens Rock.
14.) Visit Harlan County during the last week of March and take advantage of #harlanchowsdown – where you’ll find delicious deals at your favorite restaurants.
15.) Visit the Labor Day Festival in Evarts for a family friendly event in the birthplace of adventure.
16.) Have fun with the whole family in the paddle boats at the pond at Kingdom Come State Park!
17.) Head over to the Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area for their Southern Shine Crawl in May and see all of the impressive Rock Crawlers as they traverse the off-road park!
18.) Visit Pine Mountain Settlement School and participate in their unique place based education that is bursting with Appalachian experiences and surrounded by mountains.
19.) Visit 606 Gaming Lounge and experience some VR while having one of the best milkshakes you can get west of the Alleghenies
20.) Visit the Poke Sallet Festival the first weekend of June for nationally touring bands, a carnival, a car show, local bands, local food, history, culture and so much more!
21.) Visit the Festival of the Mountain Masters where you can see all handcrafted and home baked items as well as traditional Appalachian Arts that have inspired generations of Appalachian folk.
22.) Go sightseeing for Black Bear (from a safe distance) in Kingdom Come State Park. Do not feed the bears.
23.) Enrich your Appalachian heritage by visiting the Kingdom Come Swappin Meetin and see cool arts, crafts, history, food, entertainment, and more!
24.) Visit the historic Benham Schoolhouse Inn and check out their gift shop for some Harlan hand made items.
25.) Visit the Lamp House in Lynch and sip on some delicious coffee.
26.) Eat at the Portal and try a slice of the Raylan or Jordan Smith pizza!
27.) Try a shake or an ice cream cone at one of our 2 Dairy Huts – Harlan & Evarts!
28.) Have you ever heard of ramps? If not, be sure to check out Ramp Festival in Evarts in April which includes a meal with ramps and a guided ATV ride!
29.) Have a picnic and feed the ducks at Kingdom Come State Park.
30.) Kayak or take a canoe trip down the Cumberland River. Did you know the Cumberland River headwaters is located in Harlan County?
31.) Visit the Bands and BBQ Festival in Evarts the second weekend in June!
32.) Visit Wildflower Weekend at Pine Mountain Settlement School. In mid-April, the James E. Bickford State Nature Preserve on the campus of Pine Mountain Settlement School is in full bloom with over 100 species of wildflowers across the forest, including several species of trillium, showy orchids, dwarf crested iris, and more!
33.) Stand along the crowded streets of downtown Harlan as the Harlan County Christmas parade pulls through town! You’re guaranteed to see lights, friendly faces, and maybe the big man in red!
34.) Check out the impressive light display at the Shriners Park in Putney during the Christmas season put on by Harlan County Christian School.
35.) Jingle all the way as you run a 5k at the Jingle Bell Jog 5k.
36.) Go fishing at the Stone Mountain Boat Dock.
37.) Visit the Tri City Christmas Parade which takes place the first Friday in December.
38.) Peruse the eclectic findings at one of the Mountain Markets hosted at the Harlan Center.
39.) Check out the legacy trail in the Tri-Cities .
40.) Get up early enough to catch the sunrise at Creech Overlook at Kingdom Come State Park. This is truly a sight to behold.
41.) Cheer on all of the rock crawlers and side by sides at the Fall Crawl! This public event takes place in October and is an impressive display of off-roading while being surrounded by the fall foliage.
42.) Get an Appalachian Hand Sandwich from Taco Holler while enjoying the mountain aesthetics.
43.) Take a short excursions down 522 and see all of the beautiful Redbuds in the Spring.
44.) Catch a performance of Higher Ground. To find out more about performance be sure to follow them on social media.
45.) Visit Sassy Trash in downtown Harlan and find a cool unique gift as this upcyclers dream not only boasts the arts and crafts of the owner but also features 30 artisans from across Harlan County!
46.) Visit Crazy Daisy and try on some beautiful gowns!
47.) So much awaits your dog at the City of Harlan Dog Park!
48.) Await the Great Pumpkin at the Cumberland Library during October.
49.) Spend Halloween in downtown Harlan or Cumberland for Trick or Treat on Main.
50.) Check out one of downtown Harlan’s oldest storefronts at Sonwoods for some great clothing!
51.) Check out the firework display in Cumberland for the 4th of July.
52.) Try the best BBQ in town by following Hog Heaven on social media and finding their next location!
53.) Hunt for Pokemon in downtown Harlan!
54.) There are a ton of geocaches in Harlan County – download the Geocache app and see if you can find some of our hidden geocaches all around Harlan.
55.) Did you know that there is a confederate cemetery near Cawood?
56.) Do some good in this world and volunteer at Christ Hands.
57.) Come to the Harlan County Chamber of Commerce’s Awards Gala and have a great dinner and dance the night away!
58.) Purchase a ticket to the Harlan County Boys and Girls Annual Dinner and try to become the King and Queen of the Royal Ball!
59.) Try the chicken salad at Sports Cafe in downtown Harlan.
60.) Shop for gifts and home decor at Angelia’s Florist in downtown Harlan.
61.) Indulge in a fine cut of meat at the Sazon Steakhouse.
62.) Rock out at a punk show in downtown Harlan.
63.) Visit Panda Garden for some authentic Chinese flair while in our beautiful mountain hometown.
64.) Try the salsa and the Pollo Harlan at our local Mexican restaurants: Sazon and El Charrito.
65.) Have a photoshoot underneath Umbrella Alley in downtown Harlan!
66.) Support a great cause and come out the Harlan County Relay for Life in June! This celebration of life always features entertainment, food, fun, plenty of activities and more!
67.) Be sure to check Henson’s for a unique piece to add to your home decoration or a great gift!
68.) Visit the Harlan County Beer Company and try all of the local flavors from their food to Harlan County’s first legal brew..
69.) Relax with a massage from Harlan Massage.
70.) Get your significant other some flowers or another great gift from Coming Up Roses.
71.) Have a dog day with your furriest family member at Happy Tails Dog Park.
72.) Take your dog or cat to Jillian’s Pet Grooming and pamper them!
73.) Check out the Above Suspicion Display inside the Harlan Center.
74.) Check out the Justified Exhibit in the Harlan Center.
75.) Watch the Prom walk ins at the Harlan Center for Harlan Independent High School and the Harlan County School Prom walk in at Harlan County High School.
76.) Take a yoga class at Harlan Yoga! Namaste!
77.) Commemorate the life & death of Christ with the community wide Way of the Cross Service on Good Friday. You can always visit one of our many churches across Harlan County (we hear there’s over 400!).
78.) Check out the firework display in downtown Harlan for the 4th of July.
79.) Visit Kentucky’s only Rax and try one of the famous BBCs!
80.) Spot bald eagles nesting among the rock faces of the mountains.
81.) Enjoy the summer reading program at the Harlan County Public Library.
82.) Take the entire family to the Harlan Haunt Fest and meet some celebrities and have a ton of fun with the more haunted side of things!
83.) Visit the Loyall Flea Market.
84.) Try one of the Jazzercize classes at Loyall Gym.
85.) Make the soul happy by visiting the Blessing Boxes in Harlan County and fill them up.
86.) Golf at the Harlan County Country Club.
87.) Visit any of our local parks with your family and have a fun filled day outdoors!
88.) Travel 421 the first weekend in May and participate in the 421 Yard Sale!
89.) Have a picnic at the Harlan County Courthouse.
90.) Take a moment to honor the coal miners who lost their lives in the mines at the Coal Monument in downtown Harlan around the courthouse.
91.) Try out the Sunday Buffet at the Benham Schoolhouse Inn.
92.) Find stardom as an extra in one of the film projects that visit Harlan County.
93.) Kayak Martin’s Fork Lake.
94.) Swing by Moonbow and grab a locally curated coffee as well as browse some of their incredible Kentucky oriented gifts.
95.) Explore the mountain melodies of the downtown Harlan church organ trail through the interactive organ tour.
96.) Support Kentucky’s 2nd oldest Little League organization by taking in a game at Huff Park.
97.) For another display of Christmas cheer be sure to attend the Evarts Christmas Parade in December!
98.) Cross Log Rock in Kingdom Come State Park!
99.) Follow Hello Harlan for monthly lists and daily reminders of downtown events.
100.) Take the stage and tell a true story at a story slam.
101.) Participate in the annual mini-golf tournament hosted by Kingdom Come State Park in April.
102.) Bargain hunt at the Annual Community Yard Sale hosted at the Benham Schoolhouse Inn in March.
103.) Join the battle of the brains with trivia nights hosted by Harlan County Beer Company.
104.) Join Harlan’s premiere trail run at the Raven Rock Run at the Kingdom Come State Park for a challenging 5k trail with some breathtaking views.
105.) Take your motorcycle and slay the Dragon by riding the Dragon Slayer HWY 160 which has 226 significant curves.
106.) Visit The Apple Tree for local apples and some unforgettable apple cider.
107.) Visit Pine Mountain Settlement School during May for their Black Mountain weekend where they celebrate the unique and important ecosystem of Black Mountain!
108.) Impress your mom with a special Mother’s Day event at Benham Schoolhouse Inn.
109.) School pride is forever. Make time to participate in your alma mater’s local reunions.
110.) Return to old fashioned fun with Pine Mountain Settlement School’s Fair Day & Sorghum Stir Off.
111.) Experience a nativity play unlike any other at Pine Mountain Settlement School in December for a live performance recounting the tale of the birth of Jesus Christ in one of the most breathtaking places you can ever visit.
112.) Feel the excitement of fall football by cheering on the Dragons or the Black Bears.
113.) Take pride in your community by participating in April Downtown Clean Up Month hosted by the city of Harlan Street Department.
114.) Relax in a creekside hot tub at one of Putney Campground’s cabins.
115.) Experience art in downtown Harlan at one of the Gallery Hops hosted throughout the year!
116.) Learn a new skill and skate at the Sue Ford Skate Park at the Blue Courts.
117.) Take a stroll next to the Martins Fork of the Cumberland River on the walking path.
118.) Come by and say, “Hello!” to your Harlan County welcome crew at the Harlan Center!
119.) Preserve your favorite memories in Harlan County in the form of a tattoo at Ink’d Up!
120.) You can have a custom cowgirl hat created at Southern Ruckus in downtown Harlan!
121.) Wander through Turn the Page variety market and pick through their vendor’s booth to find that item you didn’t even know you needed!
122.) Check out the firework display in Evarts for the Fourth of July.
123.) Find your favorite southern items like Simply Southern, Vera Bradley and more as well as unique gifts at Buff’s Bows & Gifts in Cumberland!
124.) Marvel at modern engineering as you check out the tunnels and levees that protect us from floods.
125.) Visit the Poor Fork Arts and Craft Guild in Cumberland and find a handcrafted Appalachian item as a keepsake or a gift!
126.) Shop Hill & Holler for handprinted tees! We can guarantee you you’ll find one to match your Appalachian roots!
127.) Investigate the history found in old graveyards scattered throughout the mountains.
128.) If you’re looking for literature from local storytellers be sure to shop Kilgore’s in Evarts! Their store features local authors, novels about Harlan County legends, and more!
129.) Learn everything you need to know about successful mountain agriculture through classes from the Harlan County UK extension.
130.) Shop the vendor’s booths at the 421 Vendors Mall and find a second hand treasure!
131.) Eat at Leonz in Evarts for some delicious food!
132.) Worship with Harlan County’s oldest congregation at Wallins Baptist Church.
133.) Watch as young women compete to be Miss Harlan County in the Miss Harlan County Pageant which takes place the week of Poke Sallet Festival. It’s always a touching experience for a young lady to get her crown.
134.) Make sure you mark your calendar for Kid’s Fun Day the week of Poke Sallet Festival where kids can have a blast at Huff Park – and it’s all FREE!
135.) Hike to Sand Cave in Blanton Forest.
136.) Learn some local history by visiting our historical plaques around the Harlan County Courthouse.
137.) Keep your eyes open for wild turkeys strutting through the mountains.
138.) Take a step back in time as you visit Lynch, KY – while you are there check out their dulcimer factory and the mushroom factory!
139.) Take home a living piece of Harlan County by collecting a clipping of flowers, plants, and trees growing wild. Hint: Old homeplaces are the perfect place to find old rose bushes. You can also take foraging or an identifying wild plants class at Pine Mountain Settlement School
140.) If you have ever been curious about mine safety training or the preparedness to face any obstacles in the coal mines come by Cumberland Tourism’s Harlan County Safety Days in July. This event is open to the public and 20+ teams compete to be the most prepared.
141.) Try your luck at the Escape Room in Lynch, KY!
142.) Take a stroll on the Looney Creek Trail to get a view of the Tri-Cities unlike any other. If you’re feeling really adventurous take your cycle on the trail.
142.) Search mountaintop rocks & boulders for carvings made by Harlan County’s earliest settlers.
143.) Stop off in downtown Cumberland and visit with Cumberland Tourism. While you’re in town, check out the beautiful mural featuring native Harlan County flora and fauna on Buff’s Bows & Gifts building.
144.) Launch your boat into the Cranks Creek Lake for a relaxing boat trip or for some fun fishing!
145.) Kick off the Christmas Season with a community celebration at the Annual Christmas at the Center event hosted in downtown Harlan. This event features vendors, pictures with Santa, and more!
146.) Take a ride on Kentucky Highway 1679 better known as “Little Shepherd Trail” for a breathtaking 38 mile drive on the crest of Pine Mountain. A 4×4 vehicle is recommended but hiking and biking is also highly encouraged!
147.) Camp at one of our many camping locations including Cranks Creek Lake, Cumberland Shadow Trail, Martins Fork Lake, Kingdom Come State Park, or even the Off-Road Park!
148.) Take your hammock on a hike, attach it to two Harlan County trees, and fall asleep to the sounds of beautiful Harlan County nature.
149.) Local children in grades K-12 come together at Pine Mountain Settlement School for the Annual Day Camp featuring activities in environment and culture, crafts, and hikes.
150.) Closely examine coal displays for fossils from pre-historic Harlan County.
151.) Celebrate spring with a hunt for hickory chickens on the forest floor.
152.) Ask a neighbor to teach you how to plant by the signs in exchange for helping him plow his garden plot.
153.) Notice the unique architecture of Harlan County’s downtowns including the cut stone in churches, buildings, and walls.
154.) Skip the Smoky Mountains crowd and experience the unadulterated Appalachian fall beauty at Fall Color Weekend at Pine Mountain Settlement School.
155.) While finding your favorite spot in Harlan County, take a picture using snapchat and use the Harlan County geofilter.
156.) Handcraft your own rustic winter wonderland with pine cones you harvested yourself.
157.) Visit any of our state parks or even locally owned parks and watch for wildlife. Harlan County has a plentiful stock of critters and creatures such a deer, elk, bears, beavers, eagles, hawks, squirrels, and so many more.
158.) If you are a hunter, take advantage of the plentiful wildlife in Harlan County. Harlan County is even one of the few counties in Kentucky that has a Black Bear hunting season – this does require a tag drawn from a lottery given by Kentucky Fish & Wildlife.
159.) Try some of our Appalachian desserts across the county such as Apple Stack Cake, Pies, Poke Cakes, and much more. You can these desserts all over the county at festivals and events as well as some restaurants may have them available like Benham Schoolhouse Inn, Sports Cafe, and others.
160.) Examine fresh mud for bear, deer, and turkey tracks while taking a break from the real world and experiencing true Kentucky nature.
161.) Take a drive up Ivy Hill to capture the shot from the opening credits of Justified.
162.) Browse all of the past issues of the Harlan Enterprise now housed at the Harlan Public Library.
163.) Fish from the floating dock at Highsplint lake.
164.) Have you tried the Sunday dinner at Hungry Goats? It’s absolutely delicious!
165.) Are you brave enough to attend the adults only true spooky tales Halloween event at the Evarts Public Library.
166.) The April Fool’s ride at Black Mountain Off Road Adventure Area is a great ride for all! Be sure to put it on your calendar.
167.) Pay tribute to Cloverfork veterans at the Evarts Veterans wall.
168.) Support the young performing artists in Harlan County by attending a performance put on by students at Harlan Independent High School or Harlan County High School.
169.) Prepare for Decoration Day by ordering David’s House of Flowers in Evarts.
170.) Take advantage of Evarts’ ATV friendly ordinances to ride your off road vehicle from the Black Mountain Off Road Park to all shopping and dining in Evarts.
171.) Kingdom Come State Park full of natural beauty and they always have an event going on. The park is home of the Tour De Kingdom Come Bicycle Rally a 36-mile road bike event!
172.) Hike the Martins Fork Wildlife Management Area and search for Quadrule Falls, a scenic high-quality mountain stream that originates in the higher elevations of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in Bell County, Kentucky.
173.) Visit the Tri-cities during Possum Fest and celebrate with the whole family at the festival featuring vendors, food, music, and more!
174.) Get civically engaged by attending one of the City Council meetings in our six cities or attending a Fiscal Court meeting. Find out how to get involved in making Harlan a better community for all of us!
175.) If you’re looking for a more challenging hike, the Cranks Creek & Stone Mountain Wildlife Management Area features steep, mountainous terrain. Atop Stone Mountain is the unique Wagon Road Tunnel.
176.) If you’re interested in genealogy as well as your family connections to Harlan County, visit with the Harlan Funeral Home to track down cemeteries. The Harlan Public Library allows you free access to Ancestry.com as long as you’re on their WiFi!
177.) Walk throughout our six cities of Benham, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, Loyall, & Lynch to view stunning architecture, interesting buildings, and friendly faces. Each city is interesting and unique in it’s own way.
178.) Come out to the outdoor summer movie series hosted by Harlan Christian Church for fun for the whole family.
179.) Pick up one of Hello Harlan’s Guide to Downtown brochure and spend the day shopping, eating, and having fun in downtown Harlan.
180.) Improve your health at Core Fitness or participate in one of their events.
181.) Take a picture in front of one of our “Welcome” signs in Harlan County.
182.) For a wide array of shirts and gear to represent your favorite teams, schools, or just general Harlan County inspired clothing visit the Shirt Shack in downtown Harlan or VIP Sports on Suki Ridge!
183.) Pick up a postcard or a Harlan County inspired tee shirt at the Harlan Center!
184.) Harlan County is full of legends, tall tales, and stories. To hear some of them, be sure to check out the archives at Southeast Community College.
185.) Appalachian Regional Hospital regularly hosts informative sessions and luncheons regarding health, wellness, and much more. Be sure to check with ARH often to be a part of these great events!
186.) See a movie at the Benham Theater!
187.) Attend a local Harlan County Chamber of Commerce meeting and see what’s up in the business community in Harlan! These meetings take place at the Portal, so you’re in for a good meal as well!
188.) The Appalachian Program of Southeast Community and Technical College always has an event going on. Check out some of their festivals and events like Crawdad or the Punk-Chili-Zine Fest.
189.) Take a walk alongside the Cloverfork river at the north Evarts Park.
190.) Become a better leader by becoming a participant in the Harlan County Leadership Program.
191.) Harlan County is 200 years old, which means that there’s a lot of history in these mountains. Take some time to talk to local ghost hunters and paranormal groups to discover some haunted Harlan history!
192.) Did you know that there are some explorable caves in Harlan County? Try spelunking!
193.) Order a cake from Miss Rita! You’re not a true Harlan Countian if you haven’t had Rita Cake.
194.) Try out for the Poke Sallet Idol! Jordan Smith was one of the first winners of this fun competition during the Poke Sallet Festival – we’re not saying he became famous from winning this competition – but we’re not not saying it either.
195.) Visit some of the more impressive feats of human accomplishment in Harlan County. Check out the cut-through in Loyall or the dam at Martins Fork Lake. Did you know Martins Fork Lake is a man made lake?
196.) Make your way to downtown Harlan during Harlan Tourism’s Fourth Fun Fest! We know we’ve mentioned the firework show but did you know that Fourth Fun Fest features a 4th of July parade, vendors, a 5k, entertainment, and food?
197.) Watch Harlan County USA and then visit some of the sights and cities that were featured in the documentary.
198.) Find the hidden cemetery in downtown Harlan featuring the grave of one of the founders of Harlan.
199.) At the start of August, be sure to load up the whole family and bring them out the fairgrounds at Putney for the Annual Shriner’s Horse Show & Fair.
200.) Show off your Jeep and then hit the trails with experienced locals at JeepFest in Downtown Harlan during the fall.
201.) Start your engine and wind your way through the sharp turns and steep climbs on Laden Trail.
202.) Float your cares away on a pontoon launched from Stone Mountain boat dock.
203.) Try your hand at casting ceramic wares at Willing Hearts in Cumberland!
204.) The Harlan County Jeepers host two large scale events each year but start in the Spring with the Jeep Crawl. You can take rides all over Harlan County with experienced Jeepers as well as find fun food, vendors, and music!
205.) Shop boutique fashion at the various boutiques throughout the county such PBJ Monogramming, Hot Off the Press, My Sister’s Closet, Hill & Holler, Belinda Belles, Sonwood’s, Southern Ruckus, Buff’s Bows & Gifts, Honeybee Modest, Rhonda’s Merle Norman, and so many more across the county. You can even have a custom shirt created at Mountain Merch located in downtown Harlan!
206.) Send your wishes afloat on the lake at Kingdom Come State Park at the Lantern Festival.
207.) Fish at Louellen lake
208.) Spend an afternoon at Harlan’s highest elevated lake at Cupp Lake in Goss Park. This hidden gem is a great place to have a picnic and fish!
209.) For those horseback riders, our mountains are pristine and prepped for your horseback adventure. Try the 36-mile Little Shepherd trail for an amazing journey to experience Harlan unlike any other.
210.) Find the plaque in downtown Harlan that states: “On this site in 1897 nothing happened.”
211.) Tour the Appalachian Challenge academy and see their tank
212.) There’s no better time to try Harlan fried fish than at the Annual Fish Fry at Camp Blanton!
213.) In those hot days of summer, there’s no better place to cool off than at the Splashpads at the Bluecourts and in Ages!
214.) If you’re looking for an authentic Appalachian dinner, look no further than Pine Mountain Settlement School during one of their Soup Bean Suppers! Did you know that their food is fresh from the gardens at the school?
215.) Harlan has no shortage of running events! If you are a runner, we can about guarantee you that there is a 5k going on every weekend during the Spring, Summer, and Fall! -list examples of the 5ks going on in Harlan
216.) Find everything from casual looks to cocktail attire at My Sister’s Closet.
217.) Explore the mystical at The Anxious Hippy on Central St.
218.) Embrace the nostalgia of the Downtown Harlan Vintage Fall Fest with games, contests, and music.
219.) Hear stories of true crime and the paranormal on a Bloody Harlan Ghost Tour of downtown Harlan.
220.) Head up to Cumberland and try out Sasquatchi Hibachi! You may not find bigfoot there but you definitely will have some delicious food!
221.) Take a photoshoot at the mini mural located on Clover St near the (once hidden) downtown cemetery and declare your love for Harlan!
222.) Creepy fun abounds at Kingdom Come State Park with haunted mini-golf, pumpkin patch, hayrides, and a haunted house so scary that it has an age restriction!
223.) Invite your friends to join you on your next visit to Harlan County or if you’re a local – invite your friends to come join you at all of your favorite places in Harlan County!