Converging of Indian Trails
Big Spring Park, E. Washington St., Princeton, KY
+37.10773, -87.8820337°06'28" N, 87°52'55" W
Quadrangle map:Princeton West
"Saline, Eddy, and Varmint traces met at Big Spring (Princeton) and developed into today's roads. First forged by buffalo, later used by Indians and pioneers. A fork of Saline crossed Ohio River at Cave-in-Rock; another at Golconda, Ill. Eddy Trace also known as Palmyra-Princeton Trail. Varmint Trace ran from Princeton to Cumberland River. Presented by Caldwell Co., Ky. Bicentennial and the Ky. Bicentennial Commission."
- April 23, 2011: Added by Bill Eichelberger