Forest Service waives recreation fees in honor of veterans

WINCHESTER, Ky. (AP) – The U.S. Forest Service is waiving recreation fees at some locations around the Daniel Boone National Forest in honor of Veterans Day.

An agency statement says forest visitors can enjoy designated locations free of charge on Nov. 11.

Locations include: the Redbird Crest Trail in Clay and Leslie counties, the White Sulphur ATV Trail and Clear Creek Shooting Range in Bath County, Natural Arch Scenic Area and Appletree Shooting Range in McCreary County, the Keno Shooting Range in Pulaski County, Laurel River Lake boat ramps in Laurel and Whitley counties and Cave Run Lake boat ramps in Bath, Rowan and Menifee counties.

Overnight camping fees are also waived at Red River Gorge, Koomer Ridge Campground, Barren Fork Horse Camp, White Sulphur Horse Camp, Clear Creek Campground and Claylick Boat-in Campground.

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