Sheltowee National Recreation Trails

To find trails in Sheltowee National Recreation, Kentucky select a region or trail below.

Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail (#100) :: Daniel Boone National Forest, KY

Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail (#100) is a hiking trail in Wolfe County and Menifee County, Kentucky. It is within Daniel Boone National Forest. It is 7.9 miles long and begins at 751 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 16.0 miles

Yahoo Falls Overnight Loop :: Whitley City, KY

This section of the Trace travels the stretch of the Big South Fork River corridor in which where the river is impounded as part of Lake Cumberland, passing a trail shelter and old homesite before entering the Yahoo Falls Scenic Area, the northernmos

Turkey Foot Campground :: McKee, KY

This campground is popular with trout anglers—War Fork Creek is stocked with trout regularly. The campground is also used by backpackers and hikers looking to hike Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail #100, a 3.5-mile stretch of Section 19 of th

Alum Ford Campground :: Whitley City, KY

This is true primitive camping. The campground is adjacent to the Alum Ford boat launch, providing access to this remote section of Lake Cumberland for motorized boats. There is no drinking water at the campground, and pets are permitted but must be

Sheltowee Trace: Yamacraw to Cumberland Falls :: Whitley City, KY

This Trace section travels in the Big South Fork River corridor, where the waterway is impounded as part of Lake Cumberland, passing a trail shelter and old homesite before entering the Yahoo Falls Scenic Area, the northernmost end of the Big South F

S-Tree Campground :: McKee, KY

This primitive campground is popular with backpackers and hikers who hike the Sheltowee Trace Trail. Campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The 290-mile-long trail is considered to be the backbone of the Sheltowee Trace National

Great Meadow Campground :: Stearns, KY

This campground is popular with trout fisherman. Rock Creek, a designated Kentucky Wild River, runs along the Raccoon Loop. Rock Creek is stocked with rainbow and brown trout from March through June and from September through December. Campsite avail