This map shows how JMRA could “close the loop” to create an outdoor recreation destination in southern Kentucky along the I-75 and US-27 corridor:
Here is the Jellico Mountains portion of the Daniel Boone National Forest, which would be part of JMRA:
This U.S. Forest Service map shows how JMRA fills a big hole in the Stearns Ranger District of the Daniel Boone National Forest:
JMRA is a short drive from many major cities, including Asheville (3 hours), Atlanta (4.5 hours), Charleston (4), Charlotte (5), Cincinnati (3), Columbus (5), Huntsville (4.5), Knoxville (1), Indianapolis (5), Lexington (2), Louisville (3), and Nashville (4).
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> Arrows – by OpenClipart-Vectors – pixabay.com/vectors/arrow-button-right-next-forward-153644/
> Divider – by Gordon Johnson – pixabay.com/users/gdj-1086657/
> Jellico Mountains Portion – by U.S. Forest Service with mods – www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5276519.pdf
> JMRA and Region Map – by Google Maps with mods – www.google.com/maps
> Stearns District – by U.S. Forest Service with mods – usfs-public.app.box.com/s/9j0w2r1potkn5sbokbdyue4wz7wigan9