|This overlook of Bee Creek is actually located in Bledsoe State Forest, in the area known as Little White County. If you look closely at a topographic map of this area, you will notice that a small piece of White County, just below Scott's Gulf, is completely surrounded by Cumberland, Van Buren and Bledsoe Counties. This small island of White County was accidentally set adrift in the early 1800s, while legislators were divvying up the larger territory originally called White County to form the smaller counties that today make up most of the Upper Cumberland area.|
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