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Rocky Knob Campground - MP 161.1

Rocky Knob has a campground with 81 tent and 28 trailer sites, restrooms and a dump station for RV’s with a campfire circle that accommodates up to 150 campers.

Reservations can be made for portions of this campground online at www.RECREATION.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

The picnic area consists of 72 tables, restrooms, phone and picnic shelter. Route 758 is accessed on the West Side of the Parkway and leads to the Rocky Knob Housekeeping Cabins one mile away, which are currently closed.

Area hikes include: Rockcastle Gorge, Black Ridge, Rocky Knob Picnic Area and Round Meadow Creek Trails.

Highlights

  • Campground
  • Nearby trails
  • Visitor center with picnic area (MP 169)
  • Cabins (MP 174.1) - CURRENTLY CLOSED

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Take A Child Outside Week (TaCO)/Family Campout

Sunday, August 30, 2015, 6:00 pm

Railroad Heritage Weekend

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Take A Child Outside Week (TaCO)/Family Campout

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Live Glassblowing Demonstrations

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