With a name like White Sulphur Horse Camp, you might think your nose will have a thing or two to say about the smell of this place. Sulphur? Horses? No thanks. But we can assure you; you’ll smell nothing but the fresh air of remote Kentucky wilderness. Okay, and maybe a little horse…um…droppings. But that’s just because this place is so good for horseback riding. The primitive campground provides access to over 50 miles of multiple-use trails that wind along forested hills and limestone ridges. Saddle up!