A small city in the Green County of Kentucky, those visiting Greensburg won’t find much to do when it comes to the outdoors. However, it’s not a bad place to stay a few nights if you’re willing to drive two hours east, where you’ll find the vibrant Daniel Boone National Forest. Comprised of 700,000 acres of dramatic landscapes, the park’s features make the two-hour drive worth it. You’ll find Red River Gorge and its sandstone arches, Cumberland Falls and its stunning swimming hole, and Lake Cumberland, where activities like fishing, boating, and kayaking are complemented by stoic backdrops. Start your experience in Greensboro’s region by glamping in one of these unique locations below that put you comfortably in the outdoors.


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