Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park, London

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Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park in London, Kentucky combines the beauty of a rolling, wooded park with a historic site that honors the pioneers who braved the perils of the wilderness to settle Kentucky. Attractions include the Levi Jackson Campground, Treetop Adventure, The Mountain Life Museum, Clubhouse & Shelter rentals, Miniature Golf, a Public Swimming Pool, Hiking and Cycling Trails, and more!

During the last quarter of the 18th Century, more than 200,000 pioneers visited Kentucky by following the Wilderness Road and Boone Trace. Today, hikers can retrace those footsteps on two hiking trails – a total of 8.5 miles in length.

Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park offers visitors a 136-site campground nestled in open woodland. The lodging options are standard electric for an RV or a tent campsite. Utility hookups, a small grocery store, a dump station, and three central service buildings containing an activities room, showers, rest rooms, and laundry facilities assure camping convenience.

Call 606-330-2130 for more information.
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  • We actually never heard of this park before it was pretty cool tho big area and has campground we really like the mill creek cabin museum that was really neat and learned about the mill wheels all...  more »
  • The City of London operates the park now, it used to be a State Park. There is so much to say about this landmark just minutes from Interstate I-75. It has historical landmarks, Boone Trace and other....  more »
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  • Our church reserved one of the shelters for a Labor Day Cookout. The shelter we had (#5), had bathrooms connected to the shelter, 2-3 charcoal stationary grills, and a playground next to it. There was a wide open grassy area we were able to use for playing games. Our daughter and some other young people from the church went to the putt-putt and had a great time playing there. Overall, we had a great time there and would enjoy going back.
  • Great park with plenty to do from fishing in a stream to zip lining through the tree tops. Also has camping area, swimming pool, mini golf and I know at least 1 playground, if not 2 or more. Great for the whole family

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