Rockcastle River Highlands

  • Location: Livingston, Kentucky
  • Acres: 15+/-
  • Offered at: $120,000
  • Status: Available
  • Agent

  • Denise Barnes - 859.806.2866

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    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Rockcastle River Highlands

    Description

    Located in the heart of the Daniel Boone National Forest and the town of Livingston, Kentucky is a beautiful 15 acres nestled along the historic Rockcastle River. This private riverfront mountain sanctuary is ready for you to complete your camp. With 500 feet of river frontage this hard to find property has unlimited recreational activities from kayaking, canoeing, hunting, fishing and tubing, and is one of the finest rock climbing areas of the Eastern United States. It is 13 miles to Billows and the famous Narrows. Paddling down the Rockcastle River offers a glimpse into how remote and breathtaking the Appalachian wilderness is. It's like hiking the trail only on water.

    The camp has been improved with a building site and permitted septic field. There is a concrete boat ramp and steps leading to the river. The public water and electric are at the property. The land is bordered to the west by the Daniel Boone National Forest with unlimited hunting opportunities. You can also fish off the shore, or launch your canoe and kayak right from your front yard!

    Livingston is a designated Kentucky Trail Town offering the best recreational activities in the state, including hundreds of miles of trails for hikers, cyclists and horseback riding. Also the area is well known for caving and ATV sports. The 300 mile Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail has a trailhead in the town center and is a watering stop for both horses and humans.

    Call to schedule your tour today!