Skip to content

Vacation rentals in Red River Gorge

Find and book unique accommodations on Airbnb

When results are available, navigate with up and down arrow keys or explore by touch or swipe gestures.

Top-rated vacation rentals in Red River Gorge

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

Guest favorite
Cabin in Pine Ridge
Cliffside Romantic Retreat LOVE
Fall in love at the unique and tranquil getaway of the "Tis So Sweet Cliffside Cabin". The space is designed for a lovers retreat with luxuries of a spa bathroom, massage chair, fire table, recliner seat hot tub, and much more! This newly built cabin is peacefully secluded, yet still only a few miles away from the Natural Bridge State Park, Red River Gorge, Daniel Boone National Forest, underground kayaking, zip lines, rock climbing, swimming, delicious food and many other local attractions.
Dec 29 – Jan 5
$352 per night
Superhost
Treehouse in Stanton
Serene Ravine Private RRG Treehouse
For an extraordinary romantic getaway, come spend a few days in our magical treehouse located inside the national forest. Enjoy this alluring and romantic little hideout and experience something you've never done before! Just take some steps away from the trailheads to explore the captivating wilderness with its spectacular views, peaceful sounds of nature, and gushing streams. If you're having trouble booking your desired dates, check out our other properties on our profile page!
Sep 17 – 24
$199 per night
Guest favorite
Tiny home in Stanton
*NEW* Hot Tub! Tiny Cabin Retreat near RRG
Wake up in a cozy, vaulted loft of “Small Hūs,” your personal cabiny escape perfect for two. Enjoy your complimentary morning coffee in the peaceful woods where “Small Hūs” is tucked behind a few country homes. Soak in the large, brand new Nordic hot tub after hiking while the fire is crackling & your food is cooking on the outdoor grill. 5 minutes to the convenience of Stanton grocery stores/food and only a short drive from The Red River Gorge.
Jun 26 – Jul 3
$150 per night

Popular amenities for Red River Gorge vacation rentals

Other great vacation rentals in Red River Gorge

Guest favorite
Guesthouse in Stanton
Robbie’s Rest: Amazing Mountaintop Sunrises
May 1 – 8
$159 per night
Superhost
Cabin in Rogers
Hot Tub & Large deck @ Spirit Lake
Dec 15 – 22
$288 per night
Guest favorite
Dome in Wolfe County
"Home Sweet Dome" MODERN TREEHOUSE STAY w/ Hot Tub
May 10 – 17
$401 per night
Guest favorite
Cabin in Stanton
Hot Tub, WiFi, Netflix and Cable, Close to RRG!
Jun 24 – Jul 1
$134 per night
Guest favorite
Earthen home in Stanton
Hobbit Hollow with Hot Tub near Red River Gorge
Aug 14 – 21
$151 per night
Guest favorite
Cabin in Ravenna
The Willow| Family Friendly |RRG| Private 70+ acre
Aug 28 – Sep 4
$114 per night
Superhost
Cabin in Winston
"Bison Hollow" Couples Cabin in the RRG
Jan 22 – 29
$158 per night
Guest favorite
Cabin in Rogers
Modern A Frame | Red River Gorge
Oct 25 – Nov 1
$338 per night
Superhost
Cabin in Slade
Canoe Believe It at The Ridge
Jul 11 – 18
$106 per night
Guest favorite
Cabin in Campton
Brand New Luxury Cabin in RRG!
Feb 14 – 21
$139 per night
Guest favorite
Cabin in Campton
Secluded forest retreat on 12 acres
Nov 22 – 29
$183 per night
Superhost
Treehouse in Rogers
New | Cliffside Treehouse RRG | Hot Tub-Pets OK
Apr 17 – 24
$202 per night

Your guide to Red River Gorge

All About Red River Gorge

Just outside of Lexington in the dense oak-hickory woods of the Daniel Boone National Forest lies Red River Gorge — a unique geological area featuring steep limestone cliffs popular with rock climbers, and winding rivers perfect for paddling. Red River Gorge is also known for its hieroglyph and petroglyph collections scattered throughout the park.

Nicknamed “The Red,” this is one of the world’s best climbing and repelling destinations, and features the largest group of sandstone arches east of the Rocky Mountains. If you’re not much of a climber, you can explore the nearly 500 miles of scenic hikes within the forest, kayak through the underground cave system, or take a picturesque drive along the Red River Gorge Scenic Byway. With the city of Lexington just over an hour away, Red River Gorge makes for an excellent jumping-off point to exploring eastern Kentucky.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Red River Gorge

The eastern Kentucky climate is characterized by moderate swings in conditions throughout the year, with short bursts of dramatic weather and consistent precipitation regardless of the season. The summers in the region tend to be hot and humid, with the occasional thunderstorm rolling across the eastern plains and forests. The winters in Daniel Boone National Forest bring snow and lower temperatures that can dip below freezing.

The shoulder seasons are ideal times for staying in Red River Gorge cabins. Spring and fall offer pleasantly crisp temperatures, and lively spring blooms and brilliant autumn displays of orange, red, and yellow foliage bring color to the rolling landscape.

Several of the communities surrounding the park host an array of events and celebrations throughout the year, one of the regional favorites being the Mountain Mushroom Festival in Irvine. This April event celebrates the local morel mushroom and its unique place in Appalachian cooking. A cook-off, mushroom hunting demonstration, vendors, and street food are all part of the festivities in this two-day event.


Top things to do in Red River Gorge

Auxier Ridge Loop

This moderately difficult, five-mile loop trail is open year-round and is one of the more popular treks in the park. Hikers are taken through the area's beautiful hickory forests and along escarpments providing gorgeous vistas over the surrounding area. The loop's apex is the towering Courthouse Rock, a domed geological formation popular with rock climbers and bouldering enthusiasts.

The Natural Bridge

Located in the adjacent Natural Bridge State Resort Park, this expansive limestone formation is nearly 80 feet long and one of the most impressive sites in the area. You can take a trail that goes directly underneath the arch, and a second trail system provides distant views from a nearby clifftop.

Nada Tunnel

In the early 1900s, the Nada Tunnel was blasted through the mountain as a route for trains carrying lumber to a local mill. The tracks have since been removed, and now a paved road runs through the 900-foot-long tunnel. Only one vehicle can fit inside the small tunnel at a time, and it is unlit except for headlights. There are several petroglyph sites on the park side of the tunnel for the observant traveler to find and explore.

Destinations to explore