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The Harrican

· Kentucky
200 acres
7 sites
7 RV/Tent
Learn more about this land: This is a beautiful 200 acre farm that has been in my family for over 100 years. My father (at age 93) still harvests hay on 100 of the acres twice annually. Primitive campsites range from soft and scenic rolling fields with mountainous backdrops to completely wooded areas with the wild Rockastle River within 1 mile from the property. Discover a rare campsite available between two cliffs that the Native Americans originally called home. It remains just as they found it. There is an easily accessible large flat cliff area perfect for multiple tents and campfires! However, if a little more comfort is your style, you can unplug and unwind in a two story cabin located on a beautiful and secluded 2 acre pond with a dock and pier that can be reserved for $85 nightly. I classify the Lakehouse Cabin as primitive glamping! Wildlife is present every single day! We are near two Wildlife management reserve areas and completely surrounded by the Daniel Boone National Forrest. Deer, turkey and so much more can be observed daily in their natural habitat. This is truly an amazing and rare gem right here in our beloved Bluegrass State!
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Kentucky, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Bridgett T.Joined in May 2021
8 ratings · 7 reviews
John W.recommends
September 5, 2022
The Harrican
Great Views
Everything was perfect. The views were great and it was very peaceful. Would book again and would recommend to anyone looking to get outside.
Ben M.recommends
July 3, 2022
The Harrican
The spot was amazing for views and utility and the owners were very kind and helpful.
Megan M.recommends
November 11, 2021
The Harrican
Stunning and Serene Setting!
The Harrican is a beautiful slice of heaven and Bridgett is a most gracious host! I only wish I could have stayed longer!
Denise N.recommends
August 17, 2021
The Harrican
This is a beautiful place, but heads up. The outhouse is falling in and should not be used; the weeds are an option but are a poison ivy haven. There is one place for a hammock but the trees are entwined with poison ivy. The listed Native American rock bluff canyon is beautiful but also being used as a brush and vintage garbage dump. There are livestock dogs that are vigilant in running off dangers and do bark throughout the night doing their job. The host is very nice. Water was readily accessible. View is beautiful.
Paul M.recommends
August 4, 2021
The Harrican
A must see...
It's simply amazing, can't even say it enough.
Jessyca N.recommends
July 30, 2021
The Harrican
We saw a doe with her fawn crossing the field. It was beautiful and peaceful. Bring some bug spray and you will be happy :)
Erika R.recommends
June 5, 2021
The Harrican
Amazing stay and beautiful views!
It was great upon arriving! I enjoyed meeting the pups and exploring the property. The cabin and pond are so cute and fun to venture around. I loved the spot I stayed at. It has an amazing view and the sunset was awesome. Bridgett was so kind and helpful and even showed me a hidden canyon area with rock outcroppings. I enjoyed the fireflies at night, pretty sure I heard an owl and the stars were brilliant. Woke up to the smell of honeysuckle after a peaceful nights rest. Most importantly, as a solo female traveler I felt safe and had plenty of private space. I really loved that Bridgett checked on me via text before bed too to make sure I was doing well. Very kind and thoughtful.
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