Bee Rock Campground

Area Status: Open
Trees around Campsite 23 at Bee Rock Campground

At Bee Rock Campground, located within the Bee Rock Recreation Area, you can camp just a few feet from Rockcastle River. The 25 campsites have have scenic views of the rocks and cliffs. The campground features Old Sublimity Bridge, a historic structure built by the Civilian Conservation Corps that has been restored for foot travel only. 

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At a Glance

Current Conditions: The Pulaski side of the campground is closed & all water has been shut off for the season.
Area Amenities: Tent camping, Picnic tables, Toilets, Drinking water
Fees: A fee is required to use the campground. Campers register and pay at a self-serve pay station. $15/single; $20/double. Learn more about Recreation Permits and Passes
Open Season: The Laurel County side is open all year; the Pulaski County side is open from mid-April to mid-Oct.
Restrictions: Rules and regulations may apply. See Alerts & Notices for more information.
Closest Towns: London, KY
Information Center: Bee Rock Campground is located on the London Ranger District. Contact the London Ranger District Office for additional information.

General Information


From I-75, take exit 38 (London). Travel west on KY 192 for 18 miles to the Rockcastle River. 


Vault toilet meets accessibility standards for persons with disabilities. Some campsites have accessible features.


Parking is available at the campsites, boat ramp and overflow parking area. 

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Campground Camping

No. of Sites The campground features 28 campsites along both sides of the Rockcastle River. The Laurel County side, with 9 sites, is open all year. The Pulaski County side, with 19 sites, is open from mid-April through mid-October.
Reservation Info Sites are not reservable.
Fire Information Campfires are permitted in fire rings only. Make sure fires are out before retiring at night or when leaving your campsite.
Sleeping Shelter None


Picnic tables: Picnic tables are available at each campsite.
Tent camping: Tent pads are developed at each site.
Toilets: Vault toilets meet accessibility standards for persons with disabilities.
Drinking water: Drinking water is centrally located and available during the summer season.

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