Archive for category: Kentucky Campgrounds


    Yes, we are open, even in a government shut down.  Concession-operated parks on government lands do not have to close.  Learn why here.

  • Twin Knobs Campground & Beach

    Twin Knobs Campground & Beach

    Scenic shorelines and camping on 700-acre wooded peninsula on Cave Run. Some electrical hookups, showers, sandy beach, trail, interpretive programs, group use area. Boat moorings. Yahoo! Travel says “Twin Knobs is a nifty family campground. [...]

  • Zilpo Campground and Beach

    Zilpo Campground and Beach

    Large, mostly shaded campground on 8,300 acre mountain lake. Flush toilets, city water, hot showers, telephone service and some Electric hook-ups. Campground store with ice, firewood, camp gear and food in facility. Paved roads and [...]

  • Koomer Ridge Campground

    Koomer Ridge Campground

    Koomer Ridge Campground features semi-primitive camping in a tranquil woodland setting. Located just off the Mountain Parkway, Koomer Ridge is within the Red River Gorge Geological Area and offers access to the Red River Gorge [...]

  • White Sulphur Horse Camp

    100 miles of trails nearby. Primitive area for overnight camping. Vault toilets, watering trough, horse trailer parking, picket lines, gravel lot. No drinking water.

  • Clear Creek Campground

    Near the remains of an old iron furnace and Pioneer Weapons Wildlife Management Area. Vault toilets, drinking water, tent pads, grills, lantern poles.

Update: 10/17 at 9:00AM Pacific

We are reopening every site today that is not normally shut down seasonally at this time. The complete status list is here.

This White House initiated shutdown was an unnecessary and vindictive hardship placed on recreators, since our sites don't take one dime of government money. Learn more.