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The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Fishing in Red River Gorge, KY

Author: Leah Guggenmos Fishing in Red River Gorge; The Red River Gorge is known for many things- towering cliffs, miles of hiking trails, world renowned climbing opportunities, pizza, and, of course, cozy cabins. But one question we at StayOver receive quite often is “what about the fishing?” Unfortunately, I’ve never had a very good answer for these curious folks. Even as a lover of the outdoors, I have never been...

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Cabin Highlight | Sunrise Cabin | StayOver RRG

Author – Hunter Dycus Just 10 minutes down the Mountain Parkway from the heart of Red River Gorge you’ll find Campton, Kentucky. This small town is one of the many cities that make up part of the Red River Gorge Geological Area. Campton, originally called ‘Camp Town’ is located along Swift Camp Creek and was settled due to the legend of John Swift’s silver mine being located in the area....

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Red River Gorge Adventure Essentials – What do you need to bring with you?

Author – Hunter Dycus Red River Gorge Adventure Essentials – What do you need to bring with you? Slade, Kentucky is the Adventure Capital of this amazing state, and rightfully so! Slade is located in the heart of the famous Red River Gorge Geological Area – a 29,000+ acre plot of mountains, sandstone arches, waterfalls, lakes and anything else you could be looking for in nature. Thousands of people from...

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Bear Run – Log cabin with all the modern amenities

Author – Leah Guggenmos     If you’ve ever visited Nada Tunnel in the Red River Gorge, you may have noticed a steep, paved road marked with a Red River Valley sign that disappears into the trees, directly across from the highway 77 junction. Before I had the reason to travel up into that area myself, I had always wondered what might lie beyond that treeline. With such a mysterious...

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Off-Roading in Red River Gorge

Author – Hunter Dycus Off-Roading in Red River Gorge. Nestled in the expansive Daniel Boone National Forest is a 29,000-acre slice of Heaven known as the Red River Gorge. This spectacular area is extremely diverse in regards to its geography, flora and fauna. From the mesmerizing waterfalls to the titanic sandstone arches – there are countless reasons to visit #RRG. One of the biggest reasons people travel to Red River...

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Meet the Hartmans of Heavenly Hideaway

Author – Brennah Dycus Nestled on 30-acres in Beattyville, Kentucky, Heavenly Hideaway is lovingly maintained and thoughtfully designed for nature lovers seeking peaceful seclusion. Andy and Angela Hartman are the owners of Heavenly Hideaway, and enjoy their time there with their two boys, David and Jonathan, and dog Shiloh. Andy is from a small town in Mantua, Ohio and Angela is from Bardstown, KY. They met at Campbellsville University and...

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Mountain Spirit – Red River Gorge Getaway

Author – Hunter Dycus Just a few minutes away from all the area’s famous attractions lies a fantastic 300+ acre property. No joke, this place is only 10 minutes from Nada Tunnel! In the thick of it yet hidden away, ‘Birch Hollow’ currently houses 10 of our wonderful cabins. Here you can find babbling brooks, rocky ridgelines, towering trees, whispering waterfalls and so much more. Nearly everything one could hope...

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Health Benefits of Vacationing

Author: Brennah Dycus Health Benefits of Vacationing: Are you tired from your everyday grind? Is your work/life balance way out of whack? Trust us, you are not alone! While no one needs another excuse to take time away from work, we are here to break down one of the most important reasons; your health! Research shows Americans work more than anyone in the industrialized world. They also take less vacations,...

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Community Stoppage of Red River Lake

Author – Hunter Dycus Community Stoppage of Red River Lake. Did you know that our beautiful Red River Gorge could have ended up being a giant lake? Imagine all the wonderful sights and sounds that we’ve all come to know and love being underwater – it’s almost unthinkable! If you have ever visited Red River Gorge, you owe a huge thank you to countless individuals for their combined efforts to...

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Meet Jeff – Owner of Creekview Cabins

While staying in beautiful StayOver cabins, it may never occur to you the person behind the cabin – the owner.  We want to give you the opportunity to form an even better bond with our cabins and understand who is behind that beautiful wood and décor! We’d like to introduce you to Jeff Carter.  His son, Patrick, and his family all contribute to making the cabins at Creekview a special...

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