Cozy Creek Cabin In Kentucky

The Cozy Creek wood cabin, as its name suggests, is the ideal spot for a relaxing vacation in Kentucky’s Red River Gorge. With one bedroom and a half bathroom, the cabin hideaway can accommodate up to five people. Take in the natural beauty of Cozy Creek, which is located in the Red River Gorge, Kentucky. You may be camping, but you won’t be roughing it in this modern, yet comfortable retreat. This remote cabin construction has a private space and a front porch where you may watch nature and rest.

With more than 150 acres to explore, you’ll find over 10 waterfalls, private rock climbing, hiking paths, and a swimming hole that’s only open to guests. This is the best spot for unwinding and having fun. The Cozy Creek has high-speed WiFi, a 5-gallon water barrel with hot and cold water, electric heat, and air conditioning.

There is a tent camping space and one bedroom with a queen-sized bed in the cabin. This studio-style wood cabin has one queen-sized bed and offers electricity, outdoor seating and hammocks, a firepit, charcoal grill, a designated large, flat tent camping area, an outdoor privy, and a covered porch overlooking a calming creek. It is located within minutes of hiking trails, climbing routes, and all the best restaurants and attractions in the Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge State Park. A hot plate, toaster oven, refrigerator/freezer, cooking utensils, and coffee machine are all provided in the cabin. With free parking on site, this is the ideal accommodation for hikers and climbers visiting the Red River Gorge region.

Creekview Cabins, a 150-acre chunk of Red River Gorge, Kentucky, is strategically located, only minutes from Natural Bridge State Park, and includes defined hiking paths and bolted climbing routes. There’s enough to do with rivers, waterfalls, caverns, cliffs, and more. You may stay at one of the seven magnificent wood cottages along the Red River Gorge Scenic Byway by stopping by this monolith. The famed Nada Tunnel entry to the Red River Gorge is less than ten miles distant, as are several hiking routes, fishing, kayaking, swimming, rock climbing, and bird-watching activities.

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