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Bicycle Vacations in Kentucky

Find prime Kentucky mountain bike trails and road cycling routes

Bicycle Adventures Biking is becoming one of the fastest-growing activities in the country and Kentucky mountain bike trails and road cycling routes are becoming a destination for travelers seeking bicycle vacations.

Kentucky mountain bike trails in the Land Between the Lakes and Daniel Boone National Forest provide bicycle adventures that challenge all skill levels, from a beginner to a world-class competitor. There are also featured mountain bike trails at Mammoth Cave National Park, and the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area features five mountain bike trails that have received "epic" designation from the International Mountain Bicycling Association Association – a sure sign of memorable bicycle adventures to be had.  Kentucky also offers thousands of miles of scenic roads for a leisurely cycling tour or training for a national title.  Secondary roads around the London area have made the Redbud Ride one of the most popular cycling events in the region.  The Legacy Trail in Lexington attracts a number of riders in central Kentucky, as well as numerous scenic towns in the
Bluegrass Region.

With dozens of amateur and professional competitions, as well as other organized rides, Kentucky is a scenic and challenging place for bicycle adventures. Bicycle travel is a fun and frugal way to take in the sights around the Bluegrass State–view the route and trail listings below to learn more about our cycling destinations. Start planning your bicycle adventures in Kentucky today!
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Northern Kentucky River Region Louisville, KY
513 acres, 2.25 miles of trails, some open for both bikers and hikers, bmx track, activities center, outdoor athletic fields
Bourbon, Horses & History Richmond, KY
153 acre park, borders Kentucky River, boat access ramps, 167 site campground, working fort with demonstrations, Kentucky River Walk Trail
Bluegrass Region Carrollton, KY
30 acre lake open to non-motorized boats, variety of fish species, canoe and rowboat rentals, 9 hole golf course, 6+ miles of hiking trails, 111 campsites, lodge, cottages,
Caves, Lakes & Corvettes Campbellsville, KY
1,331 acre park, 8,200 acre lake, fish for bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish and muskie, marina with boat rentals, 28 miles of multi-use trails, 157 site campground, quota hunt...
Kentuckys Appalacians Greenup, KY
225 acre lake, species include: bass, bluegill, crappie, cartfish, and trout, lake is idle speed only for boats, swimming is available, 58 camp sites with utility hook ups, 35...
Kentuckys Appalacians Prestonsburg, KY
Biking, hiking trails, 1150 acre Dewey Lake, pontoon boat rentals at boat dock, boat slips for rent, camping, cabins, some managed quota hunts
Western Wetlands Cadiz, KY
3,700 acre park, 57,920 acre lake, marina, hiking and biking trails, 78 campsties, managed quota hunts
Western Wetlands Golden Pond, KY
200+ miles of multi-use trails, located between Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, camping, hunting, fishing, numerous wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities
Mammoth Dome, 192 feet high, can be seen on the Historic Tour of Mammoth Cave.
Kentuckys Southern Shorelines Mammoth Cave, KY
Mammoth Cave National Park home to longest cave system in the world, approximately 90 miles of trails (hiking, biking, horses), camping, plus canoeing and kayaking on Green Ri...
Bourbon, Horses & History Danville, KY
3.5 miles of trails, 4 routes, millennium lake with bank fishing access, numerous native birds and trees, dog walking park, sports facilities
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