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The Daniel Boone National Forest and Appalachian Mountains are made up of lush FORESTS, large LAKES, RIVERS, spectacular boulder formations, & prehistoric rock ledges offering unique hiking & off-roading scenery, caves, climbing, biking, charming picnic scenery and endless photography opportunities.  Fuel your adrenaline with some of the best outdoor recreation & breathtaking scenery to be found this side of the country! 

  • Local Flavor Seekers – You’ll find an array of eateries, pubs and refreshing drinks. Suggestions & links below.

  • Arts & Crafts – Vendor/Craft Malls, Artisan shops, Flea Markets, Amish Miller’s Millworks + barn wood sales, and art centers in the towns of Berea and Corbin.

  • Fuel, ATM + diner type food & snacks - Low-priced fuel 4 miles away at The 49er Gas Station off i-75 exit 49.


**Check out photos & links in our website tabs, plus you’re welcome to call or text with questions to help plan your adventure! **

  • London for shopping, meals, drinks, coffee, ice cream, dessert, music, movies.


  • Renfro Valley ~ Music concerts & a neat music history museum & music-related gift shop.

  • Corbin ~ Live Music, Dining, Gourmet Coffee Shop, Yummy Ice Cream!


Rockcastle River, Lakes, several Waterfalls, Swimming, Daniel Boone Forest, Hiking Trails, Historic Sites, tons of outdoor riding ~ Details & links below.  You’ll also find: Bird-watching, Rock-hunting, Arrowhead hunting, Mushroom & Ginseng hunting, Golf, Wedding & Event venues, Farmers’ Markets, Miller’s Millworks (wood sales, Amish owned), Caves, Vendor & Artisan Malls, Flea Markets. 

Wildcat Offroad Park is a quick drive down the road (Hwy 25) for some of the best off-roading in the country!  2,000 acre off-road park that will accommodate all off-road enthusiasts!  Over 100 miles of trails with the greatest sites in the South-Eastern United States. Visitors check in at the Park office before parking and entering the park to ride.  Study the map they give you and ask where you can find the old train tunnel and train tracks!  Careful, the tracks are active!  You’ll come across lots of cool hills, rocks, narrows, creeks and trails to climb & conquer!

Off-roading, Overlanding, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing: You’ll find miles of forest trails riddled through the local mountains, as well as forested off-roading and a creek further down our road (State Rd-1329 aka Lower River Rd). Trail info can be found on various trail apps, Google Maps, and U.S. Forest websites.  


OHV Trail Riding (Off-Highway Vehicle):


ONX Off-Road app ~ Find trails & maps all over the U.S.   The site offers a free trial, and yearly subscriptions.  

MOTOR VEHICLE USE MAPS: The MVUM displays National Forest System (NFS) routes (roads & trails) or areas designated open to motorized travel, as well as allowed access by vehicle class and motorcycles.  The map displays all NFS roads, trails and designated areas allowing public motor vehicle use.  Motorized use includes but is not limited to Motorcycles, ATVs, and 4-wheel drive vehicles. Be aware of National Forest/Federal prohibited & private road and land  use/riding.

Overlanding is about exploration. Vehicle-dependent adventure travel to remote destinations, where the journey is the primary goal, to see and learn about our world. Camping and remote cabins are the primary lodging. Kentucky Adventure Tour aka K.A.T. is a 933 mile “Outlander” off-roading trail which includes route segments.  KAT is the premier Overland Route in Kentucky.  KAT2 goes right down our road (Lower River Rd), you’ll see our Fireglow Forest Campground on their site. Make note that we’re right off i75 exit 49.  “The Kentucky Adventure Tour is the perfect amalgamation of Appalachia with its quaint towns, scenic rivers, and dense forests.  KAT Segment 2 (242 miles) travels from Livingston to Newcomb, and also traverses through the Daniel Boone Nat’l Forest”.


Levi Jackson Park in nearby London KY   This is an awesome park with lots to do and see for all ages & energy levels, covering 896 acres!  Zip-lining, Tree Top Adventures, Mini Golf, Swimming Pool, McHargues Flour Mill with running water mill, & Mountain Life Museum & Gift Shop offers a glimpse of Kentucky’s pioneer heritage.  Fun for all ages!  The mill is cool & interesting for adults & kids!  There’s a walking path leading to the mill with old stone wheels & plaques telling about the history of the mill, and a guide inside the mill where you can walk in, ask questions, learn some interesting facts, and see the mill actively working!  They sell fresh milled flour which makes fun & unique gifts for bakers, family, and your own home cooking!  The park covers forested grounds, hiking & walking trails, park lawns for picnics and gatherings, and sometimes hosts large classic car shows. *Call them to see if any fun events are happening during your visit: (606) 330-2130

Bicycling: The Livingston/London area is the cycling capital of Kentucky, with bicycle routes, mountain bike trails   and hosts the nationally known Redbud Ride:,


Rockcastle Speedway   Website:  Facebook:

London Dragway

Center Target Indoor Range  


Air Raid Fun Center ~ Trampoline courts, Trapeze, Reaction Wall, Rubik’s Cube Climb, Rock Walls, Foam Pit, Arcade, Food, Ninja Challenge.

Finley’s Fun Center ~ Roller Skating, Arcade, Laser Tag, Bounce House, Birthday Parties.  

Outdoor recreation & activities for all ages.
Local Attractions:



  • Live bands at several smaller venues, including The Butcher’s Pub & Old Town Grill in London, and Austin City Saloon in Corbin.

  • Rockcastle Riverside RV campground 2 miles up the road (usually during warmer months), where they have a stage and host several music events throughout the year, and home of the  Moonshiner's Ball music festival.

  • Moonshiner's Ball ~ This annual music festival takes place the 2nd weekend of October and showcases a diverse & talented variety of music, with the unofficial tagline "Folk by day, Funk by night!"   The Moonshiner's Ball organizers take great pride in our region and love to spotlight favorite Kentucky acts, as well as hosting talented musical discoveries from across the U.S. & international acts on two stages, with live music playing night and day, surrounded by serene views of Rockcastle River and Daniel Boone Forest.  Genres range from bluegrass, Americana, R&B, Celtic, funk, electronica and beyond. It's a really fun event, with food and a few arts & crafts vendors. RV & tent camping + tickets are available at Moonshiner's Ball website, and cabin + primitive camping at our location. The festival is just 2 miles down the same road!  An event fun for all ages, music lovers and folks who'd love to get out doors and check out some authentic local Appalachian flavor.  Mark your calendar! The event sells out.

Live Music: Check online for scheduling:  

 Historic Sites: 

Camp Wildcat Civil War Battlefields including reenactment events,  Walking trails through historic battle sites with info plaques along the trails.   

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Daniel Boone Country: “Daniel Boone was an explorer and hero of American pioneer history, the preeminent symbol for America's westward movement across its first frontier.  The legendary frontiersman first charted an early trail for other pioneers to follow into America's heartland during the spring of 1775. That trail came to be known as Boone Trace. Today, you can see the inspiring sights that greeted Boone and his fellow travelers, as well as visit museums that help bring this vivid chapter of American history to life. Explore the map below to plan your journey through Kentucky's frontier days.”

Berea College ~ Acclaimed college & proud history being the first college in the Southern United States to be coeducational and racially integrated.

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame "honors performers, songwriters, broadcasters, comedians and many other Kentuckians who have made significant contributions to the music industry. The museum highlights all types of music ranging from the country style of Loretta Lynn to the melodious voice of Rosemary Clooney. Open daily from 10am-5pm. Please visit the website below for an updated schedule of events and concerts!  "

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