On Kentucky Route 404, on the right when traveling east.
Discovered by Daniel Boone and companions while exploring eastern Kentucky, Winter 1767-68. Later called Young’s Salt Works, these springs provided salt for pioneers and later for Civil War troops. — — Map (db m145960) HM
On Kentucky Route 144, on the right when traveling east.
Daniel Boone, in company with William Hill, spent the winter of 1767–68 hunting and exploring on the upper waters of the Big Sandy River. They were forced to make camp near this spot during the severe winter months close to the salt lick which . . . — — Map (db m145961) HM