Kentucky State Parks
With 50 historic sites and state parks in Kentucky, there’s something for everyone here. You can camp, boat, hike, golf, swim, or relax in a secluded cabin or lodge – the possibilities for recreation and relaxation in Kentucky state parks are endless. If you and the family are eager to take on a Kentucky adventure, state parks are the place to do it!
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1,140 acre Paintsville Lake, 32 developed and 10 primitive sites, RV sites, fishing for numerous species, horseback riding available on one of the forest fire access roads but...
Dawson Springs, KY
Lodge, 13 Cottages, 20 miles of trails on park, access to 30+ miles in Pennyrile State Forest,8 site equestrian campground, 68 site campground, canoe/rowboat rentals, fishing...
Park totals over 600+ acres, site of most destructive civil war battle in Kentucky, 12 mile trail system, 40 interpretative signs
1500 acre park, 15 miles of trails, lodge, cottages, seasonal pool for overnight guests, various activities for children, nature center
120 miles from Breaks Interstate Park to Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, may be accessed from several communities along the trail, options for hiking in sections or com...
Falls Of Rough, KY
4,860 acre lake, fishing for bass (white and black), crappie, channel catfish, bluegill, and a variety of rough fish, 64 site campground, air camp sites, tiedowns but no fuel ...
24 miles of multi-purpose trails, 3,050 acre lake, 1,200 acre park, full service marina, 42 RV/camp sites, 10 sites specifically for trailering in horses.
2300 acre mountain reservoir, fish for a number of species including: bass, crappie, blulegill, and catfish, full service marina, 47 campsites, 18-hole golf course, 20+ miles ...
1,053 acre park, 10,00 acre lake, fishing for a variety of species, trails for multi-use, 99 campsites, guided horse rides, marina with boat/jet ski rentals
7 acre lake, species include largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish-bank access only, 3.5 miles of trails, 62 campsites-no water from November-April, Outdoor Museum
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