Camp Wildcat is in Laurel County, Kentucky on Wildcat Mountain. The site is undeveloped and remote, reached by a narrow gravel road. The site has a pavilion with interpretive signs, parking area, trails, and vault toilets.
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Note: The road up to Wildcat Mountain is a gravel county road that under some conditions (lots of rain or snow) may not be passable by low clearance vehicles. Call the London Ranger Station at 606-864-4163 for information about road conditions.
Please use caution on this narrow road. You may need to pull over to the side to accommodate a vehicle coming from the opposite direction. There are several curves that are hard to see around, and a steep section towards the end.
NORTH-SOUTH: Take Exit 49 off I-75. This is the Livingston
Exit -- KY 909. If you are traveling southbound, turn left off the
exit and go over the interstate. If you are traveling northbound,
turn right off the exit. You will travel a short distance (0.6 miles) on
909. Turn right (south) onto U.S. 25 and travel 0.7 miles. Turn left
onto Hazel Patch Road and follow the signs directing you to Camp
EAST-WEST: Western Kentucky -- From Glasgow, take the Louie B. Nunn Cumberland Parkway to KY 80 East, which comes directly into London. At the 2nd traffic light, turn left (North) onto I-75 and follow the above directions for northbound.
Eastern Kentucky -- Coming from the Hazard area, take the Daniel Boone/Hal Rogers Parkway to London. Stay on this road until you pass the State Police Post on the right (intersection with US 25). At the next traffic light, turn right (North) onto I-75 and follow the directions above for northbound.
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