Salt Lick, Kentucky 40371
Zilpo, a large, fun-filled campground on Cave Run Lake, is a prime destination for families. The scenic campground offers a cabin rental, tent camping, RV sites with electric hookups and a selection of lakefront sites. Views of the lake are enjoyed by those who relax on the sandy beach. Tater Knob, a fire tower open to the public, is nearby, offering outstanding views of the area.
Bear Creek Horse Camp
Bear Creek combines the experience of traditional woods camping with the modern conveniences of flush toilets, hot showers and electric hookups. Sites can accommodate both RV and tent camping. Tie-stalls are available on each site.
Big South Fork is located in north-central Tennessee and southeastern Kentucky in some of the most rugged terrain of the....more
Grove Campground is perched on a forested ridge above Laurel River Lake in Kentucky's Daniel Boone National Forest. The lake, fed by the Laurel River, is considered one of the most scenic lakes in the state. Boating, fishing, hiking and biking are greatly enjoyed by campers.Hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers can trek more than 600 miles of road....more
Holly Bay Campground
Holly Bay, located two miles north of the Laurel River Dam, sits on the west side of Laurel River Lake. Visitors enjoy the campground for its proximity to the water and beautifully forested location. Plus, Holly Bay is ideal for activities like power boating, canoeing and fishing. The forest was named after Daniel Boone, a famous frontiersman and explorer....more
Twin Knobs Campground
Nestled on the shores of Cave Run Lake, this camp is part of the larger Twin Knobs Recreation Area. There are more than 200 sites spread out over 10 loops under a dense forest of mixed conifer and deciduous trees. The recreation area includes two reservable group picnic areas. Group camping is also available.
1. Tent Camping: Zilpo Campground offers a number of tent camping sites for those who prefer traditional camping experience.
2. RV and Trailer Camping: The campground also has several spots available for recreational vehicles (RVs) or trailers, with some offering electrical hookups.
3. Group Sites: For larger groups such as family reunions or scout troops, the park provides group campsites that can accommodate more people than standard single-family sites.
4. Cabins Rentals: If you're not into roughing it out in tents but still want to enjoy nature's beauty at its best, there are cabin rentals within the vicinity of this campsite where guests can stay comfortably while enjoying outdoor activities during daytime hours.
5. Picnic Shelters/Pavilion Rental: There is an option to rent picnic shelters/pavilions which come equipped with tables and grills - perfect if planning on having meals outdoors surrounded by beautiful scenery!
6. Hike-in/Backcountry Sites: These types of campsites offer solitude away from developed areas; they require hiking in carrying all your gear so be prepared!
7. Accessible Site Options: Some accessible site options are provided ensuring everyone gets equal opportunity to explore & enjoy their time here regardless physical limitations one might have.
8. Pets Allowed Areas: Pets allowed areas provide convenience especially when travelling along pets making sure no member left behind home alone!
9. Waterfront Campsites: Waterfront campsites give direct access water bodies around providing excellent views right outside your door step.