- Our list of the best things to do in Campton, Kentucky, features the top 9 nearby activities — including 8 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Campton, KY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Campton, KY , followed by 7 popular activities in nearby cities, including Slade, Winchester, Beattyville and Morehead
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99% 258 votes
455 Cliffview Rd., Campton, KY 41301 MoreLess Info
With a maximum height of 1,900 feet, the Red River Gorge Zipline promises thrills to its visitors. There are 5 ziplines which can take the visitor to up to 50 mph.
100% 102 votes
1617 North KY 11, Campton, KY 41301 MoreLess Info
There are several service packages at the Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure from which the client can choose, including in here rock climbing and rappelling during the night.
100% 4 votes
888 Natural Bridge Road, Slade, KY 40376 MoreLess Info
Wild Things! of Kentucky features a gift shop and nature center that houses a variety of wildlife including snakes, bees, turtles, fish, and spiders. There is also a gem mining area and a dinosaur exhibition.
70% 54 votes
200 L & E Railroad, Slade, KY 40376 MoreLess Info
The visitors of the Kentucky Reptile Zoo can admire one of the largest collections of venomous snakes, as well as other types of reptiles, such as the 18 foot-long reticulated python. The Turtle Tracks Area has both tortoises and aquatic turtles.
93% 15 votes
415 Natural Bridge Road, Slade, KY MoreLess Info
Red River Outdoors is an outdoor adventure outfitter that offers cabin rentals as well as adventure travel services. The company leads guided rock climbing expeditions, canoe tours, and private group camping experiences.
92% 481 votes
2135 Natural Bridge Road, Slade, KY 40376 MoreLess Info
On its 2,300 acres, the Natural Bridge State Resort Park has camping sites, a mini golf course, picnic areas, and a sky lift. There are also more than 19 miles of trails which can be used for bird watching. Swimming and canoeing are two of the other popular activities.
100% 22 votes
1952 Old Hwy. 11, Beattyville, KY MoreLess Info
There's nothing like a good game of bowling to make you feel like a kid again, do just that at the Lee County Recreation Center. Enjoy ten lanes of bowling, a game room, a fitness area, and even a tutoring centre with computers.
96% 206 votes
Winchester, KY MoreLess Info
Covering approximately 29,000 acres, the Red River Gorge Geological Area has camping sites and hiking trails, being popular among the rock climbers for its numerous cliffs.
100% 3 votes
Carrington Green Road, Morehead, KY MoreLess Info
Visitors can witness the scenic landscape views along with ridges and valleys at Carrington Rock. The Carrington Rock trail is suitable for hiking and horseback riding and is located neat Cave Run Lake.
88% 24 votes
Williamsburg, KY MoreLess Info
A manmade lake, the Buckhorn Lake was created in 1967 and covers 1,230 acres. It is popular among fishermen for its muskie population.