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The Daniel Boone National Forest embraces some of the most rugged terrain west of the Appalachian Mountains. The forest lies within the Cumberland Plateau, where steep forested slopes, sandstone cliffs and narrow ravines characterize the land.

Visitors come here to hike, camp, picnic,rockclimb, boat, hunt, fish, ride, target shootand relax. The forest contains three large lakes (Cave Run Lake, Laurel River Lake and Lake Cumberland), many rivers and streams, Clifty Wilderness, Beaver Creek Wilderness, Red River Gorge and the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail that extends across the length of the forest.

Spread across 21 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky, more than 708,000 acres of national forest system lands are managed within a 2.1 million-acre proclamation boundary. The forest is divided into four ranger districts: Cumberland, London,Redbird and Stearns. The forest is host to three Job Corps Centers.

The Daniel Boone National Forest is part of the Forest Service under the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Forest Service manages national forests and grasslands to provide the nation with a sustained yield of natural resources, including wood, water and wildlife. 

The Daniel Boone National Forest embraces some of the most rugged terrain west of the Appalachian Mountains. The forest lies within the Cumberland Plateau, where steep forested slopes, sandstone cliffs and narrow ravines characterize the land.

Visitors come here to hike, camp, picnic,rockclimb, boat, hunt, fish, ride, target shootand relax. The forest contains three large lakes (Cave Run Lake, Laurel River Lake and Lake Cumberland), many rivers and streams, Clifty Wilderness, Beaver Creek Wilderness, Red River Gorge and the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail that extends across the length of the forest.

Spread across 21 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky, more than 708,000 acres of national forest system lands are managed within a 2.1 million-acre proclamation boundary. The forest is divided into four ranger districts: Cumberland, London,Redbird and Stearns. The forest is host to three Job Corps Centers.

The Daniel Boone National Forest is part of the Forest Service under the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Forest Service manages national forests and grasslands to provide the nation with a sustained yield of natural resources, including wood, water and wildlife. 

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Picture of Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - Central Section
Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - Central Section
The Daniel Boone National Forest is located along the Cumberland Plateau in the Appalachian foothills of eastern Kentucky.The forest encompasses over 707,000 acres of mostly rugged terrain. The land is characterized by steep forested ridges dissected by narrow ravines and over 3,400 miles of sandstone cliffs.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - North Section
Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - North Section
Morehead Ranger District & Stanton Ranger District The Daniel Boone National Forest is located along the Cumberland Plateau in the Appalachian foothills of eastern Kentucky.The forest encompasses over 707,000 acres of mostly rugged terrain. The land is characterized by steep forested ridges dissected by narrow ravines and over 3,400 miles of sandstone cliffs.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - South Section
Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - South Section
The Daniel Boone National Forest is located along the Cumberland Plateau in the Appalachian foothills of eastern Kentucky.The forest encompasses over 707,000 acres of mostly rugged terrain. The land is characterized by steep forested ridges dissected by narrow ravines and over 3,400 miles of sandstone cliffs.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - Red Bird Ranger District
Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - Red Bird Ranger District
The district encompasses nearly 146,000 acres of national forest land across six countries in southeastern Kentucky. These lands are managed for outdoor recreation and the sustainable use of natural resources. Tucked away in the remote foothills of Appalachia, this region of the Cumberland Plateau provides a great abundance of wood, water and wildlife. At the base of steep and rugged terrain, the three forks of the Kentucky River's headwaters flow through the area, enhancing its biological diversity and ecological significance. The Redbird Ranger District contains the headwaters for two of these forks, the South and Middle Forks of the Kentucky River.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - Stearns Ranger District
Kentucky - Daniel Boone National Forest - Stearns Ranger District
The district encompasses more than 171,000 acres of national forest land in McCreary, Pulaski, Wayne and Whitley counties of southeastern Kentucky. These lands are managed for multiple uses, including wood, water, wildlife and recreation. Most of the districts lies in two geographic regions, the Cumberland Plateau and the Jellico Mountains. The Cumberland Plateau characterized by broad ridgetops bordered by clifflines, which drop steeply away to narrow stream valleys. The Jellico Mountains are higher elevation with narrow ridges and steep slopes with natural benches which drop away to broad stream valleys.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Kentucky - Red River Gorge Geological Area
Kentucky - Red River Gorge Geological Area
The Red River Gorge is a unique and scenic natural area within the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky. Known for its abundant natural stone arches, unusal rock formations and spectacular sandstone cliffs, the Red River Gorge has been designated a geological area by the U.S. Forest Service.
$22.00 excl tax