Lillie's Cub Cabin, Cowboy's Camp Cabin, Fiddle Neck Fern Camp Cabin and Semi-Primitive.
Upscale Log Cabin on the Scenic Byway, Highway KY-11, (Mile Marker #3 in Wolfe County), in the Daniel Boone National Forest, minutes from Kentucky Natural Bridge State Park, Red River Gorge Geological Area, Muir Valley, Pendergrass Murray Recreational Preserve in Wolfe County, Campton, Kentucky (near Slade, Kentucky).
Lillie's Cub Cabin Rates: Based on a family of four.
1. Weekends and Daily: $145.00 per night, plus $10 per night per guest over four guests, plus 10 percent tourism tax and a $50.00 1-time cleaning fee. Per week (7 days): Family of 4, call for reduced rates, plus $10 per night per each guest over four/per night, plus 10 percent tourism tax and 1-time $50.00 cleaning fee. No pets in Lillie's Cub Cabin; guests/family allergies.
2. Camp Cabins: Cowboy's Cabin and Fiddleneck Fern Camp Cabin rate is $75 per night. Pets allowed in camp cabins.
3. Semi Primitive Camping: $10.00 per night, per person. Pets allowed at campsites.
Lillie's Cabin will sleep up to 8 people (private bedroom on first floor and 3 comfortable bunk beds in loft with good mattresses). Linens are furnished: sheets, pillows, blankets, towels and wash cloths. Full kitchen (refrigerator, stove, table, chairs, microwave, conventional oven, coffee pot and dishwasher) with pots and pans, dinner ware and eating utensils. Bathroom has bath tub and shower. Full front and back porches are covered; swing and chairs allow guests to welcome the morning and bid goodnight to the evening. Charcoal grill in back yard; bring your charcoal. An open fire ring is in front yard with a half grill; do not bring wood, we furnish all the FREE wood you will need for cooking outside and camp fires. Note: Toilet paper and paper towels provided and bottled water can be purchased at local stores.
Focus: Nature lovers, rock climbers, zip liners, hikers, photographers, fishermen and canoe travelers. Kentucky Wildflowers, LLC, is located at Wildcat Hollow Farm. There are 150 acres surrounded by hemlock, pine, tulip and many other trees indigenous to Eastern Kentucky. You may hear the eerie sounds of the Baird Owl or the clear, crisp call of the Whippo-will. Kentucky Natural Bridge State Park and the Red River Gorge is down the road for those obsessed with arches and cliff climbing. There is easy access to Natural Stone Arches sculpted by 70 million years of wind and water and towering cliffs encircling steep, forested slopes and narrow stream valley called the 'Clifty Wilderness' by cliff climbers and naturalists. The hiking trails are Easy, Moderate and Strenuous covering hundreds of miles and maintained for hikers of all ages. Yet, if you are looking for the primitive, less traveled trails, you will not be disappointed. Note: The Gorge is a National Natural Landmark and is managed year round by US Forest Service.