Daniel Boone National Forest
London Ranger District
Named in honor of Mountain Man Daniel Boone, this rugged, lush Appalachian area is known for steep forested ridges, narrow valleys, beautiful lakes, and over 3,400 miles of sandstone cliffs. Daniel Boone is also home to the Red River Gorge Geological Area, Natural Arch Scenic Area, Clifty Wilderness, Beaver Creek Wilderness, and five wildlife management areas. As you can imagine, visitors come from all over the country to camp, hike, rock climb, fish, swim, boat, and generally enjoy the beauty of this rugged wilderness.
Located 10 miles from Corbin, KY on Laurel River Lake, this hilly, wooded campground has 37 single sites, 15 double sites, and 4 walk-in tent sites. Hiking trails lead to shoreline fishing.
Grove Boat-in Campground
Grove Boat-in Campground is located about 10 miles from Corbin. As the name implies, this unique campground is a boat-in facility: boaters pull up and tie off for the night while they pitch tents and camp. They also fish, swim and enjoy the area's diverse wildlife and quiet seclusion. The campground has 19 single sites and 12 double sites.
Holly Bay Campground
Holly Bay Campground is located about 17 miles west of London, KY on Laurel River Lake. This forested campground has 64 single sites, 11 doubles sites, and 19 walk-in tent sites. Campers come here to boat, fish, swim and hike..
White oak Boat-In Campground
White Oak has 41 single sites and 10 double sites. Campers come to White Oak for its fishing, diverse local wildlife, and its access to many local hiking trails.