Park Attractions

Boy climbing obstacle at Treetop Adventure

Treetop Adventure

The aerial adventure park features 60 elements of fun, including zip-lines, rope bridges, suspended tunnels and much more!


While discovering Kentucky’s pioneer heritage at Levi Jackson, visitors can relax year-round in our campground, nestled in open woodland.


Levi Jackson has several shelters which can be reserved for family reunions, birthday parties, and celebrations.

McHargue’s Mill

This reproduction grist mill has authentic interior works and one of the largest collections of authentic millstones in the country.

Gift Shop & Museum

The Mountain Life Museum now houses craft items from local artists while offering a glimpse into Kentucky’s pioneer heritage.


The Levi Jackson clubhouse is available for rental. This facility includes a kitchen, fireplace and restrooms.

Mini Golf

Put your putting skills to the test on the 18-hole, miniature golf course located near the entrance to the campground.


Bring the family and cool off on a hot summer day with a swim at the Levi Jackson Community Pool.


The Russell Dyche Amphitheater is host to many community events, including the Laurel County Homecoming.

About Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park

Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park combines the beauty of a rolling, wooded hills park with a historic site that honors the pioneers who braved the perils of the wilderness to settle Kentucky.

The Mountain Life Museum, a park attraction that brings visitors into a pioneer settlement, is open Friday and Saturday. Buildings in the settlement were moved from other sites or built as replicas on the park. All buildings are filled with lots of pioneer relics including tools, products of agriculture and household implements. The museum consists of 7 buildings – an excellent attraction to visitors of Levi Jackson Wilderness Road Park.

During the last quarter of the 18th Century, more than 200,000 pioneers visited Kentucky by following the Wilderness Road and Boone Trace. Today, hikers can retrace those footsteps on two hiking trails – a total of 8.5 miles in length.