Clear Creek Campground (Daniel Boone National Forest) near Salt Lick Kentucky Surrounded by forested hills, Clear Creek Recreation Area is a small, quiet area that includes a boat ramp onto Clear Creek Lake, a picnic area featuring the remnants of an 1800’s era iron furnace, a twenty site primitive campground and a shooting range. The Sheltowee Trace and Buck Creek trails are accessible from this area and connect to over 50 miles of trails.

    Clear Creek Campground is a small, 20 site, primitive campground along Clear Creek. The creek is generally shallow but can run swift during rainy seasons. Campsites include, tent or RV pads, picnic tables, fire rings, and lantern poles. There are vault toilets and drinking water. No electricity or shower facilities. A self pay station can be found at the bulletin board and a campground host is available in the summer months. Maximum length of stay is 14 days. Sites are non-reservable. Pets allowed on leash.

    The campground adjoins Clear Creek Lake picnic area and shooting range. The Pioneer Weapons Wildlife Management Area, White Sulphur OHV Trail, Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail, and ther hiking, biking and horseback riding trails are nearby.