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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Equine campground with 60 sites, access to 100 miles of trails in Daniel Boone National Forest, guides available
Canoe & Kayak Outfitter in Red River Gorge operating on Red River and Mill Creek Lake, guided & unguided shuttle services, retail boat sales, rental cabin, camping, fishing eq...
Rock climbing, hiking, biking, paddling on the Red River, campgrounds and some back country camping. Top destination for sport climbing, thousands of routes of varying diffic...
Rental cabins and apartments, located in Red River Gorge near popular hiking trails, climbing routes, and the red river
Guided climbing & rappelling, canoe trips in the red river gorge, cabins, easy access to popular trails throughout Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge area
10,428 acres, mostly in TN, small portion located in western KY, some primitive trails, visitors should take caution of swampy conditions and wildlife during warmer months, op...
Falls Of Rough, KY
4,860 acre lake, fishing for bass (white and black), crappie, channel catfish, bluegill, and a variety of rough fish, 64 site campground, air camp sites, tiedowns but no fuel ...
7,000 acre off-road park, 100+ miles of trails, varying difficulty levels, primitive camping allowed on property with permit
Rafting/paddling on the Big South Fork River, Cumberland River, Russell Fork River, and rentals for Laurel Lake, rock climbing wall, zipline experience, geocaching, wagon ride...
Red River Gorge, Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail, Natural Bridge State Resort Park.
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