WINCHESTER, Ky. (AP) — Visitors to several recreation areas won't have to pay fees this weekend as Daniel Boone National Forest marks National Public Lands Day.
Overnight campers in the back country of Red River Gorge, at Barren Fork Horse Camp in McCreary County and at Bee Rock Campground along the Rockcastle River of Laurel and Pulaski counties won't be required to have a recreation fee pass on Friday or Saturday.
And on Saturday and Sunday, the recreation fee pass is not necessary at several locations. They are Cave Run Lake and Laurel River Lake, all boat ramps outside of developed campgrounds; Natural Arch Scenic Area and Appletree Shooting Range in McCreary County; Redbird Crest Trail in Clay and Leslie counties; and White Sulphur ATV Trail in Bath County.
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