Escape to the woods! This studio cabin is the perfect retreat, close enough to many attractions yet far enough away! You'll treasure your visit to the wild and scenic Daniel Boone National Forest! This 358sqf cozy cabin is on 22 acres w/forest & wildlife views. Enjoy your wooded yard, picnic table, hammock & firepit. Perfect for one or two. Kids & pets not advised. This is a rugged semi-wilderness location about 10+ miles off the beaten path from I-75 exit 41, 80W, White Oak Road in the DBNF.
This studio cabin is the perfect retreat, close enough to many attractions yet far enough away to escape from it all! Whatever you do, you will treasure your visit to our 22 acres in the beautiful wild and scenic Daniel Boone National Forest! This cozy cabin is 358 sq ft and has a comfy living area, 3/4 bath, modern well-equipped kitchen with full-size refrig w/ icemaker, ceramic cooktop stove/oven & microwave, coffeemaker, blender, toaster oven, can opener, cookware & dishes, gas BBQ grill, dining for 2 in cabin & picnic table in yard bring your own food. We provide coffee, tea, cocoa, coffee mate, sugar, some spices. 12" Memory foam queen bed in the cabin and a hammock for 1 or 2 in the yard, also a fire pit w/firewood supplied for small tended fires in the yard. DishTV, wireless internet via Windstream, please note, this is rural Internet, if you experience any issues connecting, please report immediately so we can notify our provider for any necessary repair. Verizon or AT&T cell service work ok, there's also a phone in the cabin if needed, DVD w/assorted DVDs, Bluetooth Sound Bar to stream your tunes, books, magazines & games. Maximum 2 guests: business traveler, tourist, adventurer, nature lover, lovebirds, retirees, or whomever, a great escape! NO YOUNG CHILDREN OR PETS. Please note we DO share the road with one family past the cabin, please be aware there may be traffic from the neighbors, be sure to wave hello, our neighbors are great people! Also on nice weekends the drag strip is close by there may be noise from that but for the most part this is a nice quiet getaway with sounds of the forest to soothe your soul.
The property sits adjacent to the "Thrash Rock" a geological feature of historical interest. Local legend tells us this is where the ancient natives and local town folk threshed their grain. The area was settled early 19th century & locals say in late 19th century this area was a bustling small village on the road to Sinking Creek and the Rockcastle River. Old home foundations dot the landscape. The cabin sits in the front of our yard adjoining the Daniel Boone National Forest on the NW side. Please consider a visit, you will experience nature at its finest!
About us: We love the peace & serenity of the Daniel Boone National Forest. We relocated to Laurel County in 2001 and have traveled throughout the US, the scenic beauty in the DBNF is our escape to the woods!
Why this property: We purchased this hand-crafted cabin built in 2012 in 2015 which squares off a corner to our yard, completely remodeled it and now offer this cozy vacation home for your perfect escape! Daniel Boone National Forest access is along the northwest boundary of our yard and is about 1 mile to Sinking Creek, 5 miles to Woods Creek Lake to the north, Laurel Lake to the south, City of London to the east and the Wild and Scenic Rockcastle River to the west. Conveniently located off 80W about 10 miles from exit 41 on I-75 on a rural road through the forest, midway between Wood Creek Lake & Laurel Lake.
Unique benefits: Our cozy cabin in the Daniel Boone National Forest is in a rural, forested area. Close enough to the modern world yet far enough away to escape daily life and traffic. Its always 10 degrees cooler here! The Daniel Boone National Forest in the Appalachian foothills is a temperate, mixed mesophytic rain forest with amazing and unique flora and fauna. Its like camping with all your stuff! We love our little piece of the forest and hope you will too!
So much to see & do, all within a 4 hour driving distance, you'll want to come back to see it all! Located off a winding, twisty road in the heart of the beautiful Daniel Boone National Forest in London, Kentucky, this is a great place to watch birds and wildlife and unwind. Walk down White Oak Road past the old cemetery or hike through the rugged woods of the beautiful Daniel Boone National Forest to Sinking Creek or drive to many lakes, attractions & State & National Parks: London Dragway, Cane Creek WMA, Woods Creek Lake, AirRaid Trampoline Park, DogPatch Trading Post, Laurel Lake, Rockcastle River, Sheltowee Trace Trail, Levi Jackson SP, TreeTop Adventures, beautiful Sinking Valley and Short Creek, Camp Wildcat Civil War Battlefield, Wildcat Adventures Off-Road RV Park, Wildcat Harley Davidson Dealer and Wildcat Flea Market, Flealand/FleaWorld, Bald Rock & Bee Rock in DBNF, Great Saltpetre Cave, Cumberland Falls, Wolf Creek Dam & Fish Hatchery, Lake Cumberland, Big South Fork NP & Stearns Scenic Railway, Red River Gorge & Natural Bridge SP, Pine Mountain SP, Cumberland Gap NP, about a 45 min drive to Jellico Tennessee & Hazard & about 1.5 hour drive to Lexington & the beautiful horse farms that go on for miles, a 2 hour drive to the "Bourbon Trail", a 2 hr drive to Mammoth Cave, & 2.5 hrs to Louisville, Cincinnati, OH & Indiana Riverboat Gambling, about 3 hrs to Great Smoky Mountain National Park, NC or Dollywood & Gatlinburg, TN. The Kentucky Artisan Center and the College in Berea is about 45 minutes away. Many more adventures await including canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting on the wild and scenic Rockcastle River or even take a drive on a road less traveled through some of the most beautiful countryside in the US. You will see and hear many birds and abundant wildlife, plants and trees.
Locally, London is host to the Redbud Ride in April, ASA Archery Tournament in May, July 4th Red, White and Boom Fireworks Festival, World Famous Chicken Festival in September and Thursday Night Live performances during the Summer and throughout the year, host to many other fun activities and festivals. Bikers & drivers will love riding The Rattlesnake 192 which winds through the foothills of Daniel Boone National Forest from London to Somerset Kentucky. The road has excellent pavement and sports 150 turns in 12 miles. The road officially runs from Hwy 192 and 1193 west to Buck Creek. But the next three miles have some great curves too. Eat where it all began at the original KFC and museum in southern Laurel County. Visit our World-Class Flea Markets (FleaWorld/FleaLand and Wildcat) for special treasures or local produce. Be sure to try Flower's Bakery Honey Buns on 4th Street baked fresh daily they are amazingly delicious (hint: these are found in the white bags by the cash register.) London is a bakery town, home to Bimbo/Sara Lee, Flowers and Laurel Cookie Factory. There are 2 bakery thrift stores within driving distance. The local IGA has a great deli & local produce & beef, be sure to try the amazing local London Hydroponics lettuces, tomatoes and other locally-grown produce. Visit Dogpatch Trading Post for a souvenir, you're sure to find something for everyone!
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