Red River Gorge Nature Activities & Attractions
The main concern of most people traveling here is wondering about things to do in Red River Gorge, well we have provided an extensive list of things that are available to you during your stay with us. Below are directories to all sorts of attractions and activities. We provided you with general things to do in Red River Gorge, shops, restaurants and more! If you can’t find what you are looking for then you can also contact us and we will discuss other Red River Gorge activities you can do in the area.
Natural Bridge Sky Lift has provided visitors the opportunity to experience breathtaking landscape and imagery. Located amidst the scenic and world renown Daniel Boone Natural Forest and Red River Gorge Geological Area, the skylift takes you on a mile journey through spectacular mountain scenery. Phone: 606-663-2922
Natural Bridge State Resort Park is a Kentucky state park located in Powell and Wolfe Counties along the Middle Fork of the Red River, adjacent to the Red River Gorge Geologic Area and surrounded by the Daniel Boone National Forest.
Healing Touch Massage
Christy Lindon LMT
Many types of massage are available: Swedish/Relaxation, Therapeutic/Deep Tissue, Pregnancy, Couple Massage, Hot Stone, Thai Yoga, and Facials. They will come to your cabin. (Minimum 2 people)
Address: 205 North Main Street, Stanton, KY
The Red River Gorge is a canyon system on the Red River in east-central Kentucky. Geologically, it is part of the Pottsville Escarpment. Much of the Gorge is located inside the Daniel Boone National Forest and has been subsequently reserved as the Red River Gorge Geological Area, an area of around 29,000 acres.
Red River Adventure Canoeing is one of the many things to do in Red River Gorge and is the only canoe and kayak outfitter located directly in the Red River Gorge. Phone: 606-663-1012
Red River Gorge Zipline is an exhilarating, high flying adventure for all ages. Located 50 minutes from Lexington, KY and 15 minutes from Natural Bridge State Park. Phone: 606-668-6222
One of the things to do in Red River Gorge that you’ll want to experience is the Red River Historical Museum, which preserves and displays items that are cultural, historical, and educational that are related to the local Red River Gorge Area.
Address: 4541 Main Street Clay City, KY
Pilot Knob State Nature Preserve is located in Powell County, Kentucky, USA. A 730-foot outcrop is believed to be the place where Daniel Boone and his companion John Finley first looked out over the area in 1769.
Climb & Mountain Adventure
Formerly Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure, Southeast Mountain Guides provides climbing and rappelling as one of the many things to do in Red River Gorge. Phone: 606-668-6613
Muir Valley provides a spectacular experience to visitors from all over the world. Waterfalls, caves, and mountain streams add to the natural beauty. Mountain laurel, rhododendron, and many other species of wildflowers and plants grace the valley floor and hillsides.
Gladie Cultural and Environmental Center is located in Daniel Boon National Forest within the boundaries of the Red River Gorge and Clifty Wilderness.
Address: 3451 Sky Bridge Road (Hwy 715)
U.S. Rigging Supply is your go-to supply store for any climbing gear you might need. Grab your climbing rope, lifelines, pulleys, and more before heading out for adventure.
Kentucky Reptile Zoo is a conservation area of reptile species. They also provide venom for antivenom and for medical and pharmaceutical research to help save lives. Phone: 606-663-9160
Powell County Tourism is nestled between the Appalachian Mountains and the Bluegrass, boasting over 80 miles of marked hiking trails and hundreds of unmarked trails. Phone: 606-663-1161
Beechfork Golf Course
Address: 1476 Pompeii Road Clay City, KY
Nada Tunnel is a historic 900-foot (270 m) long one lane tunnel on KY 77. Formerly a railway tunnel, it has often been described as the “Gateway to Red River Gorge” for the shortcut it provides motorists to the Red River Gorge.
Built for the Dana Lumber Company between 1910 and 1911, Nada Tunnel (pronounced nay-duh by locals) was an anagram of Dana. Solid limestone was blasted with dynamite and dug out with steam machinery and hand tools, with two teams working from each side of the ridge.
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Address: Stanton, KY
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There Are So Many Adventures You Can Have In Red River Gorge
Public Swimming Pool
Square Dancing on Hoe Down Island
Fishing in Mill Creek Lake
Dining Hemlock Lodge