The Red River Gorge is a National Geologic Area with over 3500 bolted rock climbing routes. We are home to the Daniel Boone National Park and the Natural Bridge State Park. Land of the Arches is centrally located to Pendergrass-Murry Recreational Preserve (PMRP), Muir Valley and other climbing destinations. We also are minutes from Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure, Thrillsvi
The Red River Gorge is a National Geologic Area with over 3500 bolted rock climbing routes. We are home to the Daniel Boone National Park and the Natural Bridge State Park. Land of the Arches is centrally located to Pendergrass-Murry Recreational Preserve (PMRP), Muir Valley and other climbing destinations. We also are minutes from Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure, Thrillsville, Red River Gorge Zipline, and Gorge Underground. Our campground is very large, with private areas, an area ideal for Boyscouts, and a large area on the Ridge near the "Hangar" which houses foosball, table tennis, and air hockey and free wifi with receptacles to charge your devices.
- Check in: After 7AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Not the most glorious place but there are some cool surrounding areas, especially for climbers. The campground does have hot showers, a pavilion and kitchen area where you can buy snacks. There are ping pong tables and heaters that weren't going while I stayed. Definitely a good low budget place to stop!
I love LOTA! This was my second time at the camp and love the vibe always. So welcoming and quiet for the early risers headed to the crag. One thing that LOTA is very clear is NO DOGS on grounds, but noticed campers not abiding by these rules? As a climber that also has dog (that was being sitted back home, so I could camp at LOTA and climb crags, abided by this policy but would like others to do and respect this also to ensure we have LOTA to come home too time and time again. Love the camp!
Camped here for 2 nights. Instructions on checking in was easy. Bathrooms are on the left outer side of the main building. Portable water spout on the front right side. Firewood for sale at the front. Didn’t take a shower, but water from sink was hot! Dispersed camping with fire rings scattered throughout the grounds. Was 5-7 min away from the Muir Valley climbing area. Definitely recommend if you want someplace quieter than Miguel’s! For the facilities, quiet, and location, price is worth it.
What a lovely place! I was greeted and asked if any help was needed and they provided some ideas for what to see in the area. The site itself was lovely and everyone was respectful at night so it was a quiet and peaceful sleep. I couldnt recommend this place higher!
First time staying here during our climbing trip and would definitely recommend. Host was helpful answering questions, lots of space to camp and find you own quiet corner. And love the free showers