Tiny cabin for 2 adults maximum, 2 nights minimum.
Call or text 606-312-6226.
Escape to the Woods! Visit our Forest Cabin at Sinking Creek
in the Wild & Scenic Daniel Boone National Forest, London, Kentucky
Your home in the woods! So much to see & do, all within a 4 hour driving distance, you'll want to return to see it all! Conveniently located about 10 miles from I-75 exit 41 in London, KY to 80W, off a winding, twisty road in the heart of the beautiful Daniel Boone National Forest in London, Kentucky, this is a great place to watch birds and wildlife and unwind. Walk down White Oak Road to Sinking Creek or drive to many lakes, attractions & State & National Parks: Cane Creek WMA, Wood Creek Lake, Laurel River Lake, Rockcastle Adventures, Rockcastle River, Sheltowee Trace Trail, Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park, London Dragway, 18-hole Professional Disc Golf Course at Whitley Branch Veterans Park, TreeTop Adventures Ropes/Obstacle Course, Can You Escape? Escape Room, Air Raid Trampoline Park, Sheltowee Trace Adventures for Canoe/Kayak/Riverboat trips, Finley's Fun Center for Roller Skating, Arcade & Laser Tag, beautiful Sinking Valley and Short Creek, Camp Wildcat Civil War Battlefield, Wildcat Adventures Off-Road Park, Wildcat Harley Davidson, and Wildcat Flea Market, Flealand, Bald Rock & Bee Rock. Many more adventures await including canoeing, whitewater rafting on the wild and scenic Rockcastle River or even take a drive on a road less traveled through some of the most beautiful countryside in the US , try the amazing Rattlesnake 192 Scenic drive! You will see and hear many birds and abundant wildlife, plants & trees. Visit Great Saltpetre Cave Preserve, Cumberland Falls, Wolf Creek Dam & Fish Hatchery, Lake Cumberland, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, Big South Fork Scenic Railway, Red River Gorge & Natural Bridge State Parks, Pine Mountain State Park, Cumberland Gap National Park, all about a 45 min drive. Jellico Tennessee & Hazard, Renfro Valley, country music capital of Kentucky, The Berea Artisan Center and Berea also about 45 minutes away. A 1.5 hr drive to Lexington & the beautiful horse farms that go on for miles & about a 2 hr drive to Mammoth Cave National Park, and Knoxville, TN, 2.5 hrs to Louisville, Cincinnati & Indiana Casinos, about 3 hrs to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC or Dollywood & Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, TN, or visit our newest National Park, New River Gorge National Park, WV.
Locally, London & Laurel County is host to the Redbud Ride, July 4th Red, White and Boom Fireworks Festival, World Famous Chicken Festival in September, Homecoming Festival and Thursday Night Live performances, Camp Wildcat Civil War Battle Reenactment, Archery, Fishing, Golf, and other sports events, and throughout the year, host to many other fun activities and festivals. Drive through our beautiful Garden Town on Main Street in London-beautiful all year the summer flowers and the Christmas Lights and Parade and one-of-a-kind restaurants are great! Visit our World-Class Flea Markets for special treasures and local produce. Be sure to visit Flowers Bakery on 4th Street, their Honey Buns are baked fresh daily and are amazingly delicious (ask the cashier for the fresh-baked honeybuns-these are found in the white paper bags on the counter) and delicious breads and cakes, while in town visit Rock Bottom Soap Company for all-natural, goat milk fragrant delights, and the Scavenger Hunt where you're sure to find a special treasure! Pay a visit to Sara Lee Bakery Store (CLOSED temporarily, we hope they reopen soon!) in Corbin on your way to the KFC Museum to take home some fresh baked bread & cakes by Bimbo Bakery. London is a 3-bakery town, making plenty of Oreos, Teddy Grahams & other tasty treats at the private Hearthside Foods (formerly the Laurel Cookie Factory). Visit Dogpatch Trading Post on your way out of town for a unique memento of your visit!
The Forest Cabin at Sinking Creek is a 358 sq. ft. studio cabin with queen memory foam bed, fully-equipped kitchen and 3/4 bath, and features a firepit with firewood, picnic table, grill, and hammock in the shade and is available for a maximum of two persons. There is a two-night minimum and NO PETS allowed. Smoking is permitted outdoors only. You will love sitting on the front porch rocking chairs and watching the birds and wildlife! We have seen deer, turkey, bobcat, bear, snakes, lizards, frogs, toads & turtles in the yard. Be aware of insects including mosquitoes, ticks and chiggers in the rugged forested terrain in spring, summer & fall.
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Cumberland Plateau by Larry G. Simpson and Lee J. Florea