Wade In The Refreshing Waters On The Beach Of Scenic Creation Falls In Kentucky

A summertime hike in Kentucky is best when water is involved and that’s just what you’ll find along this popular trail in Red River Gorge. The Rock Bridge Trail is fairly short and easy, but it has so many incredible features and is great for the whole family. Perhaps the best feature, especially in the summer, is the waterfall and beach area along the trail. The beach of Creation Falls in Kentucky is a favorite spot for many to cool off, relax, and marvel at the beauty of this scenic trail in the Bluegrass.

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This trail may get busy on warm, sunny days, but there’s a reason so many love it. The beach of Creation Falls in Kentucky is a great spot in the summer and the entire trail is scenic and fun for the whole family. Have you hiked the Rock Bridge Trail in Red River Gorge? Do you have another favorite swimming hole hike in Kentucky? Let us know in the comments!

For more information on this trail including directions and more photos, visit the Daniel Boone National Forest website and also its Alltrails site (says it is closed, but it is not. Refer to DBNF site for up-to-date closure info).

And for another kid-friendly waterfall hike in Kentucky, check out this scenic spot near the town of London.

Address: Campton, KY 41301, USA