Take a look inside the Creeksong Cabin, a new standard cabin that is located directly in the heart of Red River Gorge in Kentucky, United States. This newly built tiny cabin was finished in September 2019. The Creeksong Cabin offers a modern take on a rustic wood cabin and sleeps up to 4 guests comfortably. This 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom cabin has all the comforts of home and is sure to provide you with plenty of adventures. Amenities at the Creeksong Cabin include a fully equipped kitchen with a standard coffee maker, microwave, free WiFi, charcoal grill, dishwasher, and flat-screen Smart TV/ATT. The cabin has covered porches with outdoor furniture, a fire pit, and more. The Creekside Cabin has one bedroom with a queen-size bed and an air mattress for additional guests.
The Creekside Cabin has fresh linens and towels. The cabin also has essential starter packs that help to make your vacation stay easier to includes toilet paper, paper towels, shampoos, conditioners, soap, dishwasher pods, trash bags, and a sponge. Firewood is not provided, so you will want to purchase locally. You'll want to note that a car is required. The cabin has limited parking for 2 vehicles. The Creekside Cabin is located at a prime Red River Gorge location that is close to hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, zip lines, sightseeing, restaurants, and so much more. The Creeksong Cabin is within walking distance of Soul Sister, Cozy Creek, Hillside Haven, Big Boulder, Dreamscape, and Angel's View.
River Gorge Geological Area. Nestled in the lush Daniel Boone National Forest lies the wild Red River Gorge Geological Area. The Red River Gorge is a canyon system on the Red River in east-central Kentucky. The Red River Gorge is an intricate canyon system featuring a perfect blend of sandstone cliffs, rock shelters, waterfalls, natural bridges, and lush woodland. There are more than 100 natural sandstone arches in the Red River Gorge Geological Area. With unique rock shelters, the Red River Gorge is home to about 664 prehistoric and historic archeological sites, some dating back 12,000 years. Examples of early seed gathering and storage have been found in the gorge, as well as everyday items such as baskets and moccasins.
The Red River Gorge spans around 29,000 acres and has been designated as a National Natural Landmark and National Geological Area where cliffs soar up to 200 feet high. Within the geological area, 13,000 acres are also designated as Clifty Wilderness, adding further protection to some of Kentucky’s rarest flora and fauna. The white-haired goldenrod specifically is endemic to the Red River Gorge, occurring nowhere else in the world. The Red River Gorge is full of outdoor recreation and adventure. The small town of Slade is considered to be the Adventure Capital of Kentucky. Hiking and rock climbing are what Red River Gorge is famous for, but some of the other things you can do include swimming, fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, zip lining, or playing a round of miniature golf and checking out the reptile zoo.