Camp Blanton

  • address 4294 State Hwy 840 , Wallins Creek, KY 4087336.8593862-83.3819647

Right off The BackBreaker trail is where you can take your next adventure and hike or check into one of our remodeled cabins. This has to go on your next Bucket List with our trails.

Carter Caves State Resort Park

  • address 344 Caveland Drive, Olive Hill, KY 4116438.368373-83.1251603

Carter Caves State Resort Park offers 28 Lodge Rooms, 12 Cabins, Camping, Cave Tours, Hiking Trails, Mini Golf, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Fishing, and Recreational Activities.

Falls of Hill Creek

  • address 932 N Fork Cherry Road, Richwood, WV 2626138.2473344-80.5251505

Three waterfalls at the Falls of Hill Creek cascade over rock layers of sandstone and shale. A 3/4 mile trail provides access to the falls, including a paved, barrier-free trail to the first falls. This area is located six miles west of the Cranberry Mountain Visitor Center. A scenic forest trail leads into a narrow Gorge containing 3 waterfalls, the largest of which is 65 feet high, is the second highest waterfall in West Virginia.

Flag Rock Recreation

  • address Flag Rock Road, Norton, VA 2427336.915362-82.6313869

The thousand-acre park includes 25 developed acres that offer spectacular views, mountain biking/hiking trails, fishing, canoeing/kayaking, and rock climbing.

Hidden Arch

  • address 431 Collinswood Trail , Pine Ridge, KY 4136037.7887222-83.64735189999999

Try this 2.0-mile loop trail near Pine Ridge, Kentucky. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 50 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking, trail running, and walking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day.

Hollerwood Offroad Park

  • address 1096 HWY 1036, Stanton, KY 4038037.8456373-83.85825249999999

Hollerwood Park is an economic driver for the region. Long range planning is currently underway to ensure the property is developed in a way that is both respectful to the environment and utilizes the natural lay of the land for a variety of user groups to enjoy. With a multitude of 4-WD, UTV, ATV and Motorcycle trails, the Park is a wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts. The property also has two ponds for fishing and kayaking and provides camping opportunities.

Hollerwood Offroad Park is a unique destination for all riders. It is over 2,500 acres of valleys and ridges, making every trail an obstacle with breathtaking scenery. The park is in a prime location near the Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge State Resort Park in Eastern Kentucky.

Kincaid Lake State Park

  • address 749 Kincaid Park Road, Falmouth, KY 4104038.6767372-84.3302142

Top Five Things to Do

  1. Go fishing in the lake or explore the water by kayak 
  2. Participate in recreational sport activities
  3. Enjoy a round or two of golf
  4. Take a walk along a hiking trail
  5. Stay overnight and enjoy camping under the stars

Kingdom Come State Park

Kingdom Come State Park

  • address 502 Park Rd, Cumberland, Kentucky 4082336.9896573-82.9846548

Kingdom Come State Park, Cumberland, Kentucky. Where nature's grandeur meets outdoor adventure! Nestled within the picturesque Appalachian Mountains, this breathtaking park offers an abundance of natural beauty and exciting recreational opportunities for visitors of all ages.

Explore the Great Outdoors:
Get ready to embark on a journey through stunning landscapes, dense forests, and lush greenery on the park's well-maintained hiking trails. Whether you're a novice hiker or an experienced trekker, Kingdom Come State Park has trails suitable for everyone, ensuring a memorable and rewarding experience.

Discover Peace at the Lake:
The heart of Kingdom Come State Park lies in its massive lake, a tranquil oasis perfect for relaxation and recreation. Enjoy kayaking, Paddle boating or fishing on the pristine waters.

Awe-Inspiring Overlooks:
For those seeking jaw-dropping panoramic views, Kingdom Come State Park has several well-positioned overlooks that offer awe-inspiring vistas of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Whether you visit during sunrise or sunset, these vantage points promise to take your breath away and provide perfect settings for capturing memorable photos.

Treat Yourself at the Gift Shop:
Don't forget to stop by the park's charming gift shop, where you can find a delightful selection of souvenirs, local crafts, and nature-inspired gifts. Take home a piece of Kingdom Come State Park to cherish the memories of your unforgettable visit.

Experience the unparalleled beauty of the Appalachian Mountains and the wealth of outdoor activities awaiting you at Kingdom Come State Park. Come and immerse yourself in the splendor of Kingdom Come State Park – a hidden gem in Cumberland, Kentucky, that promises to leave you captivated and rejuvenated. Nature's wonders and unforgettable experiences await! Book your trip now and be ready to embark on an extraordinary journey into the heart of Appalachia.

Miller Fork Recreational Preserve

  • address 100 Hell Creek Road, Beattyville, KY 4131137.6253631-83.6667134

The Miller Fork Recreational Preserve (MFRP) was acquired in 2012 by the Red River Gorge Climbers' Coalition with assistance from the Access Fund's Land Conservation Campaign. As of early 2015, this 309 acre area has over 20 established crags and several hundred routes, with potential for many more.

Natural Arch

  • address Parkers Lake, Whitley City, Ky 4263436.8417848-84.48119729999999

Hidden deep within the Daniel Boone National Forest, Natural Arch Scenic Area boasts everything needed for a full day of outdoor adventure.

Natural Tunnel State Park

  • address 1420 Natural Tunnel Parkway, Duffield, VA 2424436.70176319999999-82.74813639999999

Natural Tunnel State Park is a Virginia state park, centered on the Natural Tunnel, a massive naturally formed cave that is so large it is used as a railroad tunnel. It is located in the Appalachian Mountains near Duffield in Scott County, Virginia.

Pickett Civilian Conservation Corps Memorial State Park

  • address 4605 Pickett Park Highway, Jamestown, TN 3855636.566492-84.7955748

Pickett Civilian Conservation Corps Memorial State Park is a Tennessee state park in the upper Cumberland Mountains. It is located in Pickett County, northeast of the city of Jamestown, and is adjacent to the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.

Pickett CCC Memorial State Park lies within the 20,887-acres Pickett State Forest and is adjacent to the massive 125,000 acre Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. In 1933, the Stearns Coal and Lumber Company donated nearly 12,000 acres of land to the State of Tennessee to be developed as a forest recreational area. Initial development of the area by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) occurred between 1934 through 1942. The CCC constructed hiking trails, five rustic cabins, a recreation lodge, a ranger station, and a 12-acre lake. The park memorializes and preserves the unique work of the CCC who first developed the park.

In 2015, Pickett CCC Memorial State Park and Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area earned Silver-tier International Dark Sky Park designation. It became the first state park in the Southeast to gain this prestigious recognition. Visitors can enjoy sweeping, rich views of the night sky similar to those found in many of the Western states.



Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail

  • address KY-490, East Bernstadt, KY 4072938.38541-83.41609

"The trail runs 333 miles from the northern boundary of the Daniel Boone National Forest in Rowan County, Kentucky, to the southern border of Big South Fork NRRA in Scott County, Tennessee. 

Sky bridge Station

  • address 20 Sky Bridge Road, Pine Ridge, KY 4136037.799868-83.59097709999999

We offer two bedrooms, which have a total of 11 single beds. There is also a common room with couches and TV. $17 per bed or $70 per room (5 or 6 beds) Food: We offer an awesome selection of gourmet hot dogs, quesadillas, chips, nachos, chili, ice cream, etc. Veggie options are available. Gear: Our gear selection is always evolving as we strive to provide useful items that will add to your experience while visiting the Red River Gorge. Bar: We provide a rotating selection of draft beer and the occasional bottle or can. Come swap stories and throw a game of darts at "The Station"