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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750 acre lake, 8.8 miles below Carr Creek dam, variety of wildlife available for viewing, camping sites available, full service marina open year round
Olive Hill, KY
Guided Cave Tours, 45 acre Smokey Lake, guided canoe trips, fishing for a variety of species, rock climbing & rappelling, 89 campsites ranging from primitive to developed, 8 s...
156 acre park, 2.5 mile trail, river cliff campground with 38 sites, civil war/area museum
125 ft water curtain with Moonbow, paddling and fishing on Cumberland River, Stables with horse rentals and guided rides, 17 miles of hiking trails, 50 developed campsites, lo...
3398 acre park, 27,700 acre lake, fish for: 5 species of bass, crappie, muskie, trout, walleye, catfish and bream, spearfish for rough fish, 15 miles of multi-use trails, boat...
18 miles currently open, plans to construct additional 18 miles,
unimproved trailheads located in Royalton and just outside of Riceville in Swamp Branch, hiking, cycling and ...
513 acres, 2.25 miles of trails, some open for both bikers and hikers, bmx track, activities center, outdoor athletic fields
1,131 acre lake, fish species incude- black bass, crapppie, all 3 major catfish varieties, and striped bass, opportunities for hiking, horseback trails are currently being wor...
153 acre park, borders Kentucky River, boat access ramps, 167 site campground, working fort with demonstrations, Kentucky River Walk Trail
430 acre island on Lake Cumberland, fish for a variety of species, 94 campsites, 18 hole golf course, marina and boat ramps
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