This area in northeastern Kentucky is less than an hour from Lexington. It has been a popular meeting site for thousands of years from the era of the prehistoric mastodons and early Indians, to the time of Daniel Boone and early frontiersmen, to the end of the 19th-century when the mineral springs was a popular health resort.
This is the perfect facility for small training classes or retreats. Each of the three meeting rooms has its own unique setting: the Arlington Room boasts wide, sunny windows and is just adjacent to the restaurant; the Daniel Boone Room offers a stone fireplace and a private patio with a view of the woods; the Pavilion Room is adjacent to the Daniel Boone Room and outside disturbances are kept at a minimum.
The lodge offers 32 rooms with full amenities, including two suites, one of which can be used as a hospitality center for meetings and family reunions.
Open year-round. Rooms are available by late afternoon. Accommodation rates for groups of ten or more are available by contacting the park's sales representative.
For park visitors who want the convenience of home, two, two-bedroom executive cottages are available.
These modern cottages on the Licking River offer tableware, cooking utensils, and linens, with fresh linens daily. Cottages available by late afternoon. Accommodation rates for groups of ten or more are available by contacting the park's sales representative.
Enjoy the great outdoors at the campground, featuring 51 campsites with utility hookups, a dump station and a central service building with showers and rest rooms. Campground closed from November 18th to March 31st.
Hiking Trails (5 miles)
Outdoor Pool (Seasonal)
Planned Recreation/Naturalist Activities