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Natural Bridge State Park is located in east-central Kentucky near the small community of Slade, situated around 100 miles west of the state border with West Virginia. The nearest larger town is Mount Sterling, which is around 35 miles to the northwest. The nearest large city is Lexington, at almost 60 miles to the west.

Natural Bridge State Park is located in a fairly rural portion of Kentucky, in the western portion of the Appalachian Mountains. This region of the country is wooded and hilly, and outdoor recreational activities abound. From hiking and camping opportunities to scenic spots to enjoy a picnic lunch, there's always something to do nearby.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at Natural Bridge State Park will allow you easy access to all the fun activities you can engage in locally. Swimming and fishing spots and paddle sports can be enjoyed on several nearby waterways. There is also a mini-golf course and a sky lift that easily transports visitors to the top of the mountain near the rock formation that is the park's namesake. Events are offered here throughout the year, as well.

There are many hiking trails found within Natural Bridge State Park and can vary greatly in difficulty as some remain fairly flat along waterways while others traverse mountainsides. These trails allow visitors to experience a variety of ecosystems, from forests to marshland, with plenty of wildlife found throughout. Caves, picturesque rock formations, and scenic vistas are all available from these paths. Hikers should be aware that pets are not allowed on the majority of trails within this park as it falls within a nature preserve.

Natural Bridge State Park is located within the Daniel Boone National Forest. This area offers plenty of things to do of its own, including hiking trails, scenic drives, camping options, and even places to ride a snowmobile, should the flakes pile up deeply enough. Visitors should be aware, certain parts of the forest may be closed at given times of the year due to mud or snow. Local ranger stations will have the most up-to-date information on road conditions.

Camping at Natural Bridge State Park

It won't be hard to enjoy camping with an RV near Natural Bridge State Park. Campsites for RVs are not actually offered on-site, though there are plenty of places nearby to set up camp.

Beattyville RV Park and Campground is located in Beattyville, around 15 miles south of the park. Campsites with hookups are offered here. Equipment rentals are also available as the park is located right on the local river. This area is very scenic as it is within the Red River Gorge. The campground is also located right off one of the main highways nearby, so locating it should not be difficult.

The Natural Bridge Campground is in Slade. Hookups are available, and there is a camp store on-site. Some of the campsites are shaded, while others offer water views. Pets are also welcome here. As there are so many fun things to do in this scenic area, many people enjoy RV camping at Natural Bridge State Park, so it shouldn't be hard to locate any services you may be needing.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Powell County, you will find that you are surrounded by fun places to visit. The Kentucky Reptile Zoo is in Slade. Many species of reptiles are on display here, including some that are not native to the local region. These include large pythons, alligators, and land turtles. Educational animal shows are offered at different times of the day, as well. State park RV camping will put you within easy reach of all sorts of unique, local destinations.

The Montgomery County History Museum is in Mt. Sterling. The history of the local region is showcased here, since before the Civil War. The museum is housed in a historic building that has ranged from a firehouse to a site of the local city court. Some guided tours are available.

There's a unique historical artifact found in the town of Manchester, located just south of the park. This is the Ancient Petroglyphs Rock. The rock shows etchings that were carved by the ancient people who once lived in the local area. Information on the possible origins of the glyphs, as well as some details that have been discovered regarding the people who left the markings, are discussed.

When you've been looking for a quiet place to relax in the forests of Kentucky, where opportunities to enjoy recreational activities abound, consider camping at Natural Bridge State Park. Take a hike through the forest, go canoeing on the local river, or learn about local history at a nearby museum. Camp in an RV near Slade and enjoy your time in eastern Kentucky.

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