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  2. Pine Ridge
Cliffside Cabin 2 King ALCOVES, Hot Tub, Cargo Net

Welcome to "Turn Your Eyes Cliffside Cabin". This newly built two bedroom cabin is peacefully secluded, yet still only a few miles away from the Natural Bridge State Park, Red River Gorge, Daniel Boone National Forest, underground kayaking, zip lines, rock climbing, swimming, delicious food and many other local attractions.

$207 per night
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  2. Slade
Moonbow Cabin-RRG hot tub-new build-fast wifi

Welcome to Moonbow Cabin your perfect getaway for two in the Red River Gorge. Privately situated on a wooded lot you'll discover this brand new brilliantly designed cabin! Star gazers, hikers, climbers, and couples of all ages will find this cabin to be a perfect basecamp for all the gorge has to offer. Centrally located near activities, restaurants, and hikes; yet completely secluded from the hustle and bustle! No cleaning fee and reasonable rates makes this a smart choice! Come relax!

$161 per night
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  2. Slade
Cabin of Freedom Falls-hot tub-waterfall-no fees!

Welcome to your private luxury log cabin! The Cabin of Freedom Falls is the perfect destination for those with discerning taste and yet a heart for adventure. Situated at the end of a valley you’ll have total privacy and your own waterfall! No cleaning or hidden fees, & a simple check in make staying here stress free! Wifi, cable, 5 tvs, billiards, fireplace, handmade bar, custom kitchen, and huge walk-in shower are some of the touches you’ll love during your getaway! No expense spared!

$482 per night

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Red River Gorge vacation rentals

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  2. Stanton
Seclusion Cabin - Tower, Treehouse, Koi Pond
$292 per night
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  2. Powell County
Lets Get CozyRRG, hot tub, wifi, no clean/pet fee!
$161 per night
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  2. Stanton
Pepper & Pine / 3 Miles to Natural Bridge
$210 per night
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  2. Stanton
Rivers Bend - RRG hot tub! No cleaning or pet fee!
$151 per night
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  2. Slade
The Cliffs Cabin LUX,exclusive stay, wifi, hot tub
$324 per night
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  2. Stanton
Wildwood Cabin RRG, Hot tub! No cleaning/pet fee!
$151 per night
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  1. Treehouse
  2. Stanton
Serene Ravine Private RRG Treehouse
$195 per night
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  1. Tiny home
  2. Powell County
NEW! Hot Tub! Tiny Hūs Retreat in the Woods
$107 per night
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  2. Rogers
Amazing Grace
$236 per night
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  2. Stanton
Hot Tub, WiFi, Netflix and Cable, Close to RRG!
$146 per night
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  2. Slade
Fireside, Extraordinary Couples Cabin
$140 per night
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  2. Slade
Tanzanite
$188 per night

Red River Gorge chalet rentals

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  2. Stanton
Creekside
$202 per night
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  2. Rogers
Clifftop Haven
$325 per night
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  2. Rogers
Kentucky Straight Wilderness
$508 per night
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  2. Rogers
Wuthering Heights Chalet
$389 per night

Cabins with jacuzzis in Red River Gorge

SUPERHOST
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  2. Stanton
Hygge at the Gorge! Modern cabin with a cozy feel!
$225 per night
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  2. Stanton
Twin Arch Cabin RRG-hot tub! No cleaning/pet fees
$224 per night
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  2. Slade
Waldens Wonder-hot tub-artist dream, no clean fee!
$279 per night
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  2. Stanton
High Rock Cabin RRG-Hot Tub! No cleaning/pet fees!
$158 per night
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  2. Rogers
Still Water Cabin Hot Tub WiFi Red River Gorge
$156 per night
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  2. Stanton
Wildcat Cabin, RRG, Hot tub, No cleaning/pet fees!
$171 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Stanton
Norwegian Wood cabin RRG. Close to everything!
$184 per night
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  2. Stanton
Blues Moon RRG - Hot tub, wifi, no cleaning fee!
$259 per night
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  2. Campton
Scenic Sunset Cabin RRG, hot tub, no cleaning fee!
$192 per night
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  2. Slade
Mountain Memories, no cleaning or pet fee!
$151 per night
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  2. Pine Ridge
Billabong Cabin RRG-LUX-Hot tub-No Cleaning Fee!
$224 per night
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  2. Slade
The Chalet
$133 per night

Your guide to Red River Gorge

All About Red River Gorge

Just outside of Lexington in the dense oak-hickory woods of the Daniel Boone National Forest lies Red River Gorge — a unique geological area featuring steep limestone cliffs popular with rock climbers, and winding rivers perfect for paddling. Red River Gorge is also known for its hieroglyph and petroglyph collections scattered throughout the park.

Nicknamed “The Red,” this is one of the world’s best climbing and repelling destinations, and features the largest group of sandstone arches east of the Rocky Mountains. If you’re not much of a climber, you can explore the nearly 500 miles of scenic hikes within the forest, kayak through the underground cave system, or take a picturesque drive along the Red River Gorge Scenic Byway. With the city of Lexington just over an hour away, Red River Gorge makes for an excellent jumping-off point to exploring eastern Kentucky.


How do I get around Red River Gorge?

The closest airport is the regional Blue Grass Airport (LEX), just over an hour away from the park by car. It primarily handles connecting flights from elsewhere in Kentucky. The closest major airport, the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SFD), is two hours away. Public transit options are limited for getting into the park from the airport, and a personal vehicle is necessary to get around and explore.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Red River Gorge?

The eastern Kentucky climate is characterized by moderate swings in conditions throughout the year, with short bursts of dramatic weather and consistent precipitation regardless of the season. The summers in the region tend to be hot and humid, with the occasional thunderstorm rolling across the eastern plains and forests. The winters in Daniel Boone National Forest bring snow and lower temperatures that can dip below freezing.

The shoulder seasons are ideal times for staying in Red River Gorge cabins. Spring and fall offer pleasantly crisp temperatures, and lively spring blooms and brilliant autumn displays of orange, red, and yellow foliage bring color to the rolling landscape.

Several of the communities surrounding the park host an array of events and celebrations throughout the year, one of the regional favorites being the Mountain Mushroom Festival in Irvine. This April event celebrates the local morel mushroom and its unique place in Appalachian cooking. A cook-off, mushroom hunting demonstration, vendors, and street food are all part of the festivities in this two-day event.


What are the top things to do in Red River Gorge?

Auxier Ridge Loop

This moderately difficult, five-mile loop trail is open year-round and is one of the more popular treks in the park. Hikers are taken through the area's beautiful hickory forests and along escarpments providing gorgeous vistas over the surrounding area. The loop's apex is the towering Courthouse Rock, a domed geological formation popular with rock climbers and bouldering enthusiasts.

The Natural Bridge

Located in the adjacent Natural Bridge State Resort Park, this expansive limestone formation is nearly 80 feet long and one of the most impressive sites in the area. You can take a trail that goes directly underneath the arch, and a second trail system provides distant views from a nearby clifftop.

Nada Tunnel

In the early 1900s, the Nada Tunnel was blasted through the mountain as a route for trains carrying lumber to a local mill. The tracks have since been removed, and now a paved road runs through the 900-foot-long tunnel. Only one vehicle can fit inside the small tunnel at a time, and it is unlit except for headlights. There are several petroglyph sites on the park side of the tunnel for the observant traveler to find and explore.