Offroad Group Events
Callie’s Lake and Campground welcomes off-road clubs and overland groups to stay with us as you explore Red River Gorge. With our beautiful views around our lake, it’s the ideal location to camp in groups. We also have plenty of space to park trailers on our property. In conjunction with Eco-OHV School and Guide Service, we have many planned off-roading events throughout the year. These events consist of planned routes by level of dificulty, entry fees often donated to non-profits and music concerts almost always close out the day. It’s a great way to get our on the trails and meet a ton of new like-minded friends.
Off-road Event Questions
Everyone must stop at the store to check in upon arrival.
Car passes are required for all campers and visitors.
If not camping (just visiting) – $5 per car load.
Truck and Trailer parking is $10 per trailer for the weekend of camping. $10 per day if not camping. This is an extra fee on top of your camping fee.
The campground is not a public place to use our amenities. It’s for paying customers only.
If no off road event is scheduled, there will be a fee of $5 per person unless you’re camping. This is for staging trucks and general use of the campground.
Camping and Trailer Parking Available
Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway
The Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway in Red River Gorge is a four wheel drive route comprised of various public roads and trials throughout the Daniel Boone National Forest. The DBBB is moderate difficulty and open to licensed vehicles. On the trails you will experience various water crossings, beautiful scenery and obstacles including rocks, hill climbs and mud.
We highly suggest that you never travel the Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway alone. There are many off-road groups in the area that have regularly scheduled rides in the region. We also hold many events that depart from Callie’s Lake and Campground to go four-wheeling in the Red River Gorge Area. Please check out our events page for upcoming rides and sign up today.