Modern aged treasure hunting is perhaps the best way to describe a geocaching adventure. With caches all over the state, and world for that matter, any one can participate in geocaching. All you need is a gps unit and a desire for exploration. To find caches located throughout Kentucky, visit www.geocaching.com.
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Russell Springs, KY
Full service Alligator II marina, boat launch, boat rentals, cabin rentals, lakeside cabins, 16 primitive lakeside campsites, full service KOA campground 1 mile from marina
Lake Cumberland, Cumberland River, Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery,
300 acre facility, houseboat and pontoon rentals, cabin and lodges, covered and open slips, full service marina
50,250 acre lake, all black bass species, white bass, blulegill, crappie, rock bass, and walleye, 129 developed campsites, hiking and guided horse trails, 2 lodges, cottages, ...
Golden Pond, KY
200+ miles of multi-use trails, located between Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, camping, hunting, fishing, numerous wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities
575 acre farm, challenge course, equestrian trails and facilities, mountain bike trails, Bunkhouse with accomodations for 40 people, Adventure Education Programs can be set up...
Bowling Green, KY
Underground boat cave tours, children's cave tours by reservation, 2 miles of nature trails, butterfly habitat, educational events and group programs, geocaching
Resort, Cottages, Lodge Rooms, Marina, Boat Rentals, Free Launching Ramps, Boat Slips, RV Campground, Bar & Grill
Coldwater fish hatchery, open to group tours, trails on Corps of Engineers property located nearby,
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
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