Cane Ridge Meeting House
Site of the famous Cane Ridge Revival of 1801, when 20,000 people assembled for a camp meeting that had a profound influence on American and frontier religion. The original meeting house, built in 1791, is enclosed in a stone building and is the largest one-room log structure in the United States, seating 400 people. There also is a museum building and pioneer graveyard on the 5-acre area, plus picnicking sites.
In the neighborhood?
Here are a few of the best places to visit within walking distance or a quick drive