From Horse Camps to RV Parks in Kentucky
At our Kentucky campgrounds, you can leave your alarm clock at home and have your wake-up call come courtesy of the melodic warbling of a wood thrush or the sun rising over a pristine lake, make our scenic campgrounds your home away from home.
Looking for other ways to spend some quality time with nature? Hook up in one of our many RV parks in Kentucky, or you can explore the trails and pitch your tent at one of the state’s great horse camps. In Kentucky, outdoor adventure is never far away, and a great Kentucky camping vacation is just a click away. Find Kentucky horse campgrounds!
Bring the whole family or go solo on the many bridle trails throughout Kentucky. With horse-friendly campgrounds along many of the bridle paths, you can spend a day or a week exploring Kentucky’s wild and wondrous countryside on horseback. If you’ve ever wanted to explore the backcountry of Kentucky, this is the way to do it.
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Lake Cumberland, Cumberland River, Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery, Kentucky Pedal & Paddle.
Skeet, trap & sporting clay ranges, leagues for all levels of shooters, memberships available, camping & Rv
6,218 acres, 35 miles of trails for hiking, 12 miles open to horseback riding, fishing at 5.5 acre Tom Wallace Lake, camping
857 acres in Kentucky, Letcher & Pike counties, steep terrain, camping available in some locations, check with USFS before camping
Biking, hiking trails, 1150 acre Dewey Lake, pontoon boat rentals at boat dock, boat slips for rent, camping, cabins, some managed quota hunts
708 acre park, 28 acre fishing lake, 12 acre lake located in nature preserve, 6.5 miles of trails,
Canoe, kayak & tube rentals, bicycle rentals, primitive campsites
118 campsites, RV and Tent sites, coldwater stream access, scenic views all throughout recreation area,
Located on midwest shoreline of Kentucky Lake, boat ramp, 90 campsites, hiking trails, numerous other facilities & ammenities
4,277 acres, open for public hunting and fishing under statewide regulations, oldest forest owned by the state of Kentucky, LIttle Shepherd Hiking Trail access & primitive cam...
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