The Red River Gorge is a unique, scenic natural area that attracts thousands of visitors each year. Spectacular rock features, including sandstone arches and towering cliffs, are just part of the attraction. Outdoor enthusiasts come to the gorge year-round to enjoy hiking, camping, canoeing, wildlife viewing and other recreation opportunities.

The Red River Gorge is designated a Geological Area, National Natural Landmark and National Archaeological District and placed on the National Register of Historic Places. A portion of the gorge is also designated as Clifty Wilderness, 12,646 acres of rugged forest landscape. It is located on Cumberland Ranger District.

Our cabins are situated throughout Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge State Park. When staying with us you will be just minutes away from popular hiking trails such as Auxier Ridge, Chimney Top, and Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail. The Sheltowee Trace trail extends the entire length of the Daniel Boone National Forest including 17 miles in the Red River Gorge, Clifty Wilderness and Natural Bridge State Resort Park. Click to download a PDF map of Red River Gorge.