Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park is located just south of London, KY in Laurel Co.. It encompasses 896 acres & includes a section of the Wilderness Road that early settlers used to reach KY. It features two historic recreations of pioneer life. The Mountain Life Museum is a restored pioneer village that includes seven buildings with tools & household items. McHargue’s Mill is a reproduction working watermill with authentic interior works, built on the banks of the Little Laurel River.
Visit the site of a pioneer tragedy, where in 1786, the McNitt party was massacred on their way to settle the "West", along Boone Trace. While at Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park, walk in the footsteps of these pioneers along the Boone Trace Trail, where Daniel Boone himself passed to KY from NC in 1775.