RV Fall Color Trip: Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest

RV Fall Color Trip: Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest

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A reporter describes his recent adventure to Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest…

It is hard to beat our area for fall color, but if you want to see autumn’s glory elsewhere, I suggest the greater Cave Run Lake area of the Daniel Boone National Forest, east of Lexington, Kentucky, among a series of rolling hills meandering rivers and scenic lakes.

Clear Creek Campground makes for an excellent base from which to explore this pretty piece of America. I recalled a previous trip there. When coming to Clear Creek Campground, I first saw Clear Creek Lake, an appealing, translucent impoundment backed by wooded ridges.

After that, things only got better. A front had moved through, clearing the golden autumn sky. Sunbeams filtered through the colorful trees. The temperature was just perfect. I rolled into the campground, picked a site, and then ran over and looked at Clear Creek. It lived up to its name.

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