Nestled in the Beauiful mountains of the Red River Gorge area is Fern Valley Cabins.
These cabins are in a nice secluded enviroment, with a large picnic area across the road,
which joins the Red River. Enjoy your stay by bringing a fishing pole, canoe or outdoor games.
The camp-ground has a charcoal grill, picnic tables, fire pit and swing.
The Red River Gorge Geological Area, surrounding the middle section of the Red River, is a unique landscape containing more than 80 major natural arches and a most unusual assortment of vegetation. The geological area covers 25,662 acres, and the terrain has been sculpted by wind and water for more than 70 million years. Sky Bridge, one of the most spectacular arches, is a solid rock span stretching along the top of a thin ridge. From the summit of this bridge, visitors are treated to a magnificent panoramic view of the Gorge. The Daniel Boone National Forest administers the area for year-round public use and enjoyment, while protecting its watersheds, wildlife, unique natural formations, and primitive character. Scenic drives lead visitors to many overlooks and to picnic areas and dispersed camping areas. The 36-mile system of loop trails in the area has been designated as the Red River Gorge National Recreation Trail. It provides access to many scenic and historical attractions and connects with a number of developed recreation areas and the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail.
Traveling East on the Mountian Park Way, take exit 33 turn left off the exit. At the stop sign turn Left on HWY 15. At mile marker 7 turn right. Continue to stop sign turn Right at Manning Road.
Continue on Manning Road 1 mile. Turn Left on Star Gap Road. Stay on Star Gap road for 1.3 miles, turn right at rock on the right side of the road. Travel on gravel road till you see the cabins on the right.