Came here for a rest day after climbing at the Red and was pleasantly surprised by the heftiness of the bridges. Were from Utah so these bulky bridges were a nice change from the slender arches were used to
We stayed here Mothers Day weekend. Had perfect weather and our tent site was by the creek so we could here running water all night. It was so peaceful! You can stay in the tent site only area which I recommend if you want to be away from the noise and lights of a campground. The campground was not noisy but with the travel trailers and RVs you always get a little more noise. Campground was clean and the shower house was clean but very small for the size of the campground. They did run out of toilet paper in the women’s bathroom but replace it quickly. It was quite a walk to bath house if you stay in the tent only area. We will definitely go back though! The Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge area is beautiful with great hiking!
Great weekend of camping and kayaking. We enjoyed food from the Lodge and The Rock house.
campsites are strung along the river, spacious and well kept.
There were two campgrounds I believe, we chose non electrical. The campgrounds were small but cozy. Some sites, including ours, were mostly gravel and not a lot of grass, but it wasn’t hard rock so it wasn’t uncomfortable. The campgrounds were clean and quiet. We definitely enjoyed our time there and will be back.
Not a lot of sites and most were reserved. We did get one for one night but thatwas fine. No cell nor wifi. But all in all a nice park with tons of trails and some awesome sights.
Took our family here while on our family reunion. we all had a blast. Views are breathe taking
Plently on hikes to do some backcountry hiking on. Can spot wildlife if you're lucky enough. Fun for everyone!
For a little privacy stay in the back of the campground. Most spots are level, paved (or packed gravel). Shower room was nice and pretty clean.
Whittleton Arch (another natural bridge) is across the street from campground - was a great hike and it allows dogs (Natural Bridge Park does not).
We've spent several weeks in the danilel boon national forrest. There is amazing primitive camping as well as camping with all the amenities. Natural bridge is really cool. It seems very out of place. But there are tons of caves in kentucky so why not a natural bridge right,
The camp site is sweet. We've been here at different parts of the year. Summer is busy definitely worth making reservations. The fall though mid week we've done walk ins with hardly any people. The sites are fairly large and spaced out pretty good. The place was clean even with so many people at certain times of the year, The staff is always friendly and helpful with what ever you or your family is looking for.
Theres plenty of hiking and biking around natural bridge. Definitely worth checking out!