Discover Orienteering Activities
Looking for something a little off the beaten path? Then orienteering is for you. Orienteering is a sport in wilderness navigation where a person uses a map and compass to complete a course. It uses many of the same skills found in geocaching and adventure racing.
Kentucky is leading the nation in the development of new orienteering activities and trails throughout the Commonwealth. In the first of its kind program and in cooperation with Orienteering USA, Orienteering Louisville and Orienteering Cincinnati, in 2012 the Kentucky State Parks Orienteering Trail will have an orienteering course at: Barren River Lake State Resort Park, Big Bone Lick State Park, E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park, Rough River Dam State Resort Park and Taylorsville Lake State Park.
So head to an orienteering course and discover parts of the Kentucky State Parks that you normally might not see. Discover orienteering.
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New Castle, KY
Outdoor & survival skill instruction, bushcraft, wilderness & remote medicine, hunter camps and self defense camps
300 acre facility, houseboat and pontoon rentals, cabin and lodges, covered and open slips, full service marina
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...
Olive Hill, KY
Carter Caves State Resort Park, Tygart's Creek & Tygart's State Forest. City Lake and City Lake Trails, Grigsby Outdoor Adventures.
2,221 acres, public hunting, 24 miles of trails for hiking, 12 miles of biking & 12 miles of horse trails, gun & archery range, fishing in Otter Creek, permanent orienteering ...
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