20 miles, Multiple paths to take which adjust the difficulty of the trail, Ranges from easy to medium to difficult
A.J. Jolly park is one of the oldest, and largest county parks in the state of Kentucky. With a 200 acre fishing lake, campsites and miles of trails, there is something for everyone who visits this beautiful landscape in northern Kentucky. Shaded trails wind along the creek, above the lake, and through mature forest and across deep ravines. Organized through the Northern Kentucky Horse Network, A.J. Jolly park offers riders 20 miles of trails across 1,000 acres. Passes are required, and be sure to contact the park for large groups that require overflow parking. Recently completed is a twelve site campground with water and electric available. A 28 stall horse barn is also located at the park for the use of equestrian visitors. The park has a 200 acre fishing pond that is home to a variety of fish.