Beaver Creek Wilderness

The 4,791 acre Beaver Creek Wilderness is situated below the clifflines of the Beaver Creek drainage within the Daniel Boone National Forest. Vertical sandstone cliffs, rockhouses (cliff overhangs used as shelter by primitive peoples), rippling streams, waterfalls, mature eastern hardwood trees, shrubs, and plants contribute to make this Wilderness a true “Nature Lover’s Paradise.” Beaver Creek Wilderness offers opportunities for primitive camping, trail and compass hiking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and backpacking. It also has many overlooks. It is open year-round. The Wilderness can be accessed by driving south from Somerset on US 27.


http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/dbnf/recarea/?recid=70793
Phone Number: (606) 376-5323
See above website for directions.


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