A replica of the settlement established in 1775 by Daniel Boone where the Wilderness Road met the Kentucky River. The park operates as a living history museum showcasing life on the Kentucky frontier in the late 18th century. Besides the fort, the park has a campground, pool, picnic area, and hiking trails.
My husband did not like this campground.
We were here in early spring so nothing was open. Did take a nice hike to the closed Fort.
Sites are close together.
Had full hook ups, Wifi is $3.99 per day.
Stray, sick cats everywhere.
Would be good place for a quick overnight stop.
My husband and I loved this campground! Clean and quiet! I'm sure during the summer it might get more crowded as the season gets busier. The people were friendly and the lady at the office even gave our dog a treat.
There was a relaxing walk by the river and even some putt putt golf to play. I'm definitely going back.
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Fort Boonesborough Campground
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