Arches: Kentucky has more natural stone arches than any state in the eastern United States.
Waterfalls: Cool off on a hot summer day with a visit to a forest waterfall
Wetlands: More than 850 wetlands provide habitat for hundreds of plants and animals.
Camp Wildcat is the site of the first engagement of regular troops in Kentucky during the Civil War. The site is undeveloped and remote, reached only by a single-lane gravel road. The Forest Service works with volunteers and heritage groups to interpret and protect Camp Wildcat. It is located on London Ranger District of the Daniel Boone National Forest.
Wildcat Trail #490 starts at the interpretive site at Camp Wildcat and ends at Hoosier Knob.
Learn more about the battle at Camp Wildcat Preservation Foundation.
HELP PRESERVE OUR HERITAGE: Archaeological sites are fragile resources. Once destroyed, they are gone forever. Help preserve Kentucky's past by not disturbing or collecting historical or archaeological artifacts. Report any discoveries to the nearest Forest Service office. All artifacts are protected by law.