Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State 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 which brings visitors into a pioneer settlement, isÂ open Friday--Sunday through October.. Buildings in the settlement were moved from other sites or built as replicas on the park. All buildings are filled with pioneer relics including tools, products of agriculture and household implements.Â The museum consists of 7 buildings.
The park offers visitors a 136-site campground, nestled in open woodland. Utility hookups, a grocery store, a dump station, and three central service buildings containing an activities room, showers, rest rooms, and laundry facilities assure camping convenience. Open year-round. Check out by 1:00pm, Eastern time. Pets are allowed if restrained.