Dog Slaughter Creek

Formed at the confluence of its north and south forks, Dog Slaughter Creek runs through a section of Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky. Dog Slaughter Creek features a 15-foot waterfall, Dog Slaughter Falls, formed near the mouth of the creek before it drains into the Cumberland River. The creek flows along a wooded area in the National Forest and features a hiking trail that runs along much of the waterway to its falls.