WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) – All districts of the Daniel Boone National Forest will waive recreational use fees at several locations on Saturday, November 10.
The fee waivers apply to all forest visitors at designated locations, according to officials.
On the Cumberland Ranger District in the Cave Run Lake area, fees are waived at all boat ramps outside of developed campgrounds on Saturday.
Camping is free at the White Sulphur Horse Camp, Clear Creek Campground, and Claylick Boat-in Campground. In addition, no day-use fee will be required at the White Sulphur ATV Trail or Clear Creek Shooting Range.
In the Red River Gorge area, no fee permit will be required for backcountry camping on national forest lands or at the Koomer Ridge Campground.
At Laurel River Lake on the London Ranger District, no fee pass is required at any boat ramp. Camping fees are also waived at Bee Rock Campground along the scenic Rockcastle River.
On the Stearns Ranger District, no day-use fee will be required at the Natural Arch Scenic Area or at Appletree and Keno shooting ranges. No camping fee will be required for Saturday evening at the Barren Fork Horse Camp.
At the Redbird Ranger District, off-highway vehicle riders can enjoy a day of free use along the Redbird Crest Trail in Clay and Leslie counties.
For more information, call 859-745-3100 or visit the national forest website at fs.usda.gov/dbnf.