Koomer Ridge Campground, located on Cumberland Ranger District in the Red River Gorge, features semi-primitive camping in a tranquil forest setting. The campground provides access to trails in the Red River Gorge.
View Koomer Ridge guide & map.
The campground amphitheater opens Memorial Day weekend and features a program each Saturday through Labor Day. The programs usually begin at dusk. Check the campground bulletin board or contact the Gladie Visitor Center for more information.
Hiking/backpacking trails in the area: Cliff Trail #206 (.5 mile) Koomer Ridge Trail #220 (2.75 miles) Silvermine Arch Trail #225 (1.5 miles) Hidden Arch Trail #208 (1 mile).
The Koomer Ridge Campground features semi-primitive camping in a tranquil forest setting.
Visitor programs are held on weekends.
Quiet and well maintained. We loved this campground. Nice tent pads and wooded sites.
We had a Great time here. We've some spent time now in Kentucky and Red River Gorge area is one of favorites in this state. The campground is good pretty simple. Apparently there are showers which are a huge plus or us but we didnt use them we are staying with friends in a couple days. This camp was super close to some great hiking and a guy working in the park recommended some hikes. The trail heads were close to the campground which was perfect and dog friendly. Probably because the state park is sooooo big. We loved it.
Koomer ridge is a great campground if you don't want to hike to camp, it's kid and dog friendly!
This is one of my favorites, most of the time in the fall you have to get there early to get a spot. We tried going last weekend and it was full, but it is a great campground!!
I am a regular at Koomer Ridge. The campsites are spaced out nicely and wooded with plenty of shade.
great place to go camping, direct access to hiking trails. and the sites are kept clean with gravel for even ground under the tent and picnic table for each spot to included a close water spout, and shower facilities on the camp site. very inexpensive as well.
Koomer Ridge campground has a great location for mountain biking (what we went for), hiking, fishing - anything really! The Daniel Boone Nat Forest is, I think, at its most beautiful in late spring. Nice campground and some of the nicest people you'll want to meet while camping too! Lots of friendlies!
Sites are pretty well secluded. You have pretty good access to areas of The Red as well.
Calming, quiet, relaxing, the place to get away from it all. Well maintained campground, clean bath house…except for the bugs :) but you are in the woods
We love to camp here when we don't want to do primitive camping. The bath house is very nice and so are the trails. And it's right off the road so it's not hard to find at all