We’ve got history.

We love this place and the people who are a part of it (past and present). We believe that it is our responsibility and our blessing to be good stewards of this place, its history, its land, and its resources. Cumberland Gap was inhabited by indigenous people, including the Cherokee and Shawnee, when it was referred to as the Warrior’s Path. Since that time others have followed, including more than likely some of your ancestors.

 

Every member of our team is from the region, and we all hope to share this special place with others. It is a place we all love and are fortunate to call home. Remember, “as local as it gets” is not just a catchy slogan, it is a way of life. In the end, we hope that you will come to love this place like a local and wear its name proudly.

Putting the Gap on the map.

Whether you’re a new transplant, first-time visitor, or a local in need of a little staycation & education, let us point you in the right direction. Here are a few of our favorite things to do and places to visit in Cumberland Gap.

Gertie’s Commisary

613 Colwyn Ave.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Little Congress Bicycle Museum

807 Lewellyn St.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Whistle Stop Antiques

405 Colwyn St.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

The Olde Church

502 Pennlyn Ave.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Gap Creek Coffee House & Cafe

710 Pinnacle Alley

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Nineteen19 Grill & Bar

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Flour Baby’s Bakery

704 Brooklyn St.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Angelo’s in the Gap

527 Colwyn Ave.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

The Olde Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast

603 Pennlyn Ave.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

The Frame Shop & Gallery

410 Colwyn Ave.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Mitty’s Metal Art

519 Lynn Avenue

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Papa Chum’s Music & Rarities

704 Brooklyn St.

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.

Howdy y’all.

 

Thanks for finding us! We love our place in this world. All of our crew have basically grown up in the shadow of the Pinnacle. We have always known this place.

 

Our main goal of this line and site is to help put the “Gap on the map”. Our hope is that we can share the region with you, whether you are a local, a visitor or even a guest who has not yet stepped in the Gap.

 

Remember to follow us for information about new products as well as information about the region.

 

Don’t forget to send us images of you and our products wherever you are, so we can share with others. Also, please stop in and say hello to us, anytime you are in our neck of the woods.

 

-Wolfwell

  • “A mountain chain was slashed in twain By swish of water’s keen-edged sword The wound was healed, the grass and grain, And ferns and flowers, and trees explored The rugged chasm and rocky slopes, Now from the cliffs, eyes look beyond The scen...

  •   “ The cobwebs silver in the wild-plum tree And slate-rocks where the dwindling waters flow. This one shall see the pollenated wind Wild-honey colored on hills half asleep;” -Jesse Stuart, “Ridley Donnell” November 1938   Walking a...

  •   So much to offer in such a quaint place. Cumberland Gap has something for everyone. The Gap is basically a day’s drive from half of the United States population. Cumberland Gap can be enjoyed in a day, a weekend or a lifetime. We have pr...

  •   So much to offer in such a quaint place. Cumberland Gap has something for everyone. The Gap is basically a day’s drive from half of the United States population. Cumberland Gap can be enjoyed in a day, a weekend or a lifetime. We have pr...

  • In simplest terms, it is a V-shaped pass through the Cumberland Mountains, located in the Appalachian Mountains where Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia come together. The base of the gap is about 300 feet above the valley floor, while the south side r...

Let’s put the Gap on the map.