Bee Rock Campground in Southeastern Kentucky

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Bee Rock Campground in Southeastern Kentucky

Bee Rock was once a haven for wild honey bees. When the bees became a threat, the locals used dynamite to destroy the bees’ home. Legend has it that there was so much sweet honey that flowed down stream it made it all the way to the river.

The park is located on Highway 192 near Mt. Victory on both sides of the Rockcastle River. It borders Pulaski and Laurel counties, and is part of the Daniel Boone National Forest.

Visitors can hike, camp and fish from the bank of the river. You can also go canoeing in the Rockcastle River.

Bee Rock Campground is near Mt. Victory, Kentucky.

This place is totally relaxing. I’ve been going here for years. It’s nice just sitting near the water viewing the beauty that surrounds it. This is true nature at its best.

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One Response to Bee Rock Campground in Southeastern Kentucky

  1. regina begley says:

    Its been years since I have been to bee rock, when my kids were younger we went at least 2 times a month. We enjoyed it very much as a family. The kids got older and we stopped goin. But im planning a trip there this weekend my kids are grown now and have their own families and i have been thinking bout taking this trip for a couple of years but never got around to it. but this weekend a friend of mine and I are going to go and I expect it will be more pleasurable now since the have changed a lot since i have been there. really looking forward to this little vacation, planning on staying 2 days but im thinking it will probably turn out to be a week at least

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