Little Wing Hollow is a growingArt &Nature Retreatlocated about 6 miles from historic Harrodsburg, nestled in the heart of bourbon country. Not far fromthe everpopular Bourbon Trail, Little Wingoffersaplace to unplug, relax, and experiencethe simple joys of nature. Frisbee Field is our big flat field along the Chaplin River where tent camping is offered. Wehave canoe andContinue reading...
Little Wing Hollow is a growing Art & Nature Retreat located about 6 miles from historic Harrodsburg, nestled in the heart of bourbon country. Not far from the ever popular Bourbon Trail, Little Wing offers a place to unplug, relax, and experience the simple joys of nature. Frisbee Field is our big flat field along the Chaplin River where tent camping is offered. We have canoe and kayak rental on site, walking trails, and a neat little art trail through the woods. Sunsets and stargazing are often breathtaking, and if you're quiet you'll see a bit of wildlife, too. We have seen deer, otters, beaver, ducks, heron, turtles, hawks, owls, coyote, foxes, raccoons, and possum... just to name a few. Come reset your rhythym to healthier groove with some nature therapy in the rustic wilderness of beautiful Kentucky.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Light hiking/ nature walk trails through 40 acres.
Canoe and kayak rental available on site if river/weather conditions are favorable. The Chaplin River runs along our property f...Read more
We have otter, beaver, heron, turtles, fish, deer, coyotes, wild turkey, rabbits, red and gray foxes, quail, birds, buttlerflie...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Little Wing Hollow's Frisbee Field in Kentucky.
We have several wooded areas you are welcome to explore although we don't allow camping in forested part of our property.
River, stream or creek
The Chaplin River is 86 miles long running along our property for over a mile. Water levels vary seasonally and are greatly af...Read more