Discover Appalachia off the beaten trail in wonderfully wild, breathtakingly beautiful Oneida, Ky.
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These suspension footbridges are often called swinging bridges because the bridge sways beneath your feet as you walk across.
They are also referred to as rope bridges due to their historical origin based on the ancient Inca rope bridge.
The town has an old-fashioned, "real town" feel about it, but is also graced with handsome, modern structures on all sides.
Visit the city parks, Veterans Memorial, Town Square, shops and restaurants.
The upright piers were constructed first before being pulled into position by men in boats or on horses or mules.
The cable was then dragged across by hand using a wheel or pulley.Heritage Pavilion and Goose Salt Works contain interpretive signs outlining the county's history.An ongoing mural project depicts the county's rich Appalachian heritage, visitors can brave the Goose Creek Swinging Bridge and a community folk-life theater, Monkey Dumplin's, empowers individuals to capture and tell their family stories.The state legislature recognized its importance as a way to transport extremely valuable salt from the salt works early on and passed several acts to help improve it for navigation for salt barges.The walker will have to use his imagination to visualize 60-foot barges loaded with salt barrels floating down the river during "salt tides" -- so called spring and winter floods.Alger, Ammie, Ashers Fork, Barcreek, Benge, Bernice, Big Creek, Bluehole, Botto, Brightshade, Brutus, Burning Springs, Chestnutburg, Cottongim, Creekville, Deer Lick, Eriline, Fall Rock, Felty, Fogertown, Gardner, Garrard, Goose Rock, Grace, Hector, Hensley, Hima, Hooker, Jacks Creek, Larue, Laurel Creek, Lincoln, Littleton, Marcum, Mill Pond, Ogle, Oneida, Panco, Peabody, Pigeonroost, Plank, Portersburg, Queendale, Sextons Creek, Shepherdtown, Sibert, Sidell, Spring Creek, Spurlock, Tanksley, Teges, Trixie, Urban, Vine and Wild Cat.