We are situated in a wooded hilltop setting above Laurel Lake. The lake is 20 miles long, has 250 miles of shoreline, and is 350 feet deep. It is a beautiful lake that is surrounded by national forest and in some areas, steep picturesque bluffs. The lake has been left in its natural state, therefore no commercial development is allowed around the lake except for two marinas. There are several boat launching facilities around the lake. One of them is located about two miles away. Some of our campsites are large enough to accommodate a boat (available upon special request) or we have a boat parking area.
The area has many miles of scenic highways and back roads to excite your senses and challenge your riding skills. The roads wind and twist through the mountains and national forest. You can spend hours or days riding the highways and back roads of Southeast Kentucky. Depending on your interest and time available you may choose from an assortment of rides, attractions and tours. An eleven page Vacation Guide with touring information and directions is provided upon check in.
About 45 minutes south of our campground at the Tenn. I-75 exit 141 will take you to the renowned Royal Blue 4 Wheeling OHV area which has many miles of off road trails. Whether you like four wheelers, dirt bikes, or rail buggies there are trails for your riding enjoyment or to test your riding skills. Some of our campsites are large enough to accommodate off road vehicles, we also offer an off road vehicle parking area. Please call for availability.