Area Status: Open
Dog Slaughter Falls Trail on London Ranger District runs parallel to Dog Slaughter Creek through dense stands of hemlock and rhododendron. Near the mouth of the creek, a 15-foot waterfall (Dog Slaughter Falls) provides a scenic place to enjoy nature. The trail meanders over and around massive boulders before it connects to Sheltowee National Recreation Trail #100. The trail ends at the Cumberland River.
Trailhead: Located on Forest Service Road 195, 0.8-mile from its junction with KY 90.
A second trailhead starts 2.7 miles from the KY 90 junction.
CAUTION: Low lying areas are prone to flooding, so be alert for flooding when driving, camping or crossing streams in this area. Swift currents and undertows can make swimming and wading very hazardous.
At a Glance
||Open All Year
||Closed to motorized vehicles
||U.S. Forest Service
London Ranger District
761 South Laurel Road
London, KY 40744
The trail begins off of Forest Service Road 195, 0.8-mile from its junction with KY 90. A second trailhead starts 2.7 miles from the KY 90 junction.
This trail is not accessible.
Parking for a few cars is available at the trailhead.
This trail does not meet accessibility standards for persons with disabilities.
Parking for a few cars is available at the trailheads.