Kentucky Wildlife & Nature
See Kentucky Elk, Old Growth Forests & More!
Want to go on safari, but only have a few days? Head to the “wilds” of Kentucky. Visitors can embark on Kentucky wildlife tours and watch the Eastern Kentucky elk herd, the largest herd east of the Rockies, in their natural habitat, or view old growth forests that predate the arrival of the pilgrims. Kentucky Wildlife Management Areas, Kentucky Nature Preserves, National Forest and State and National Parks are great places to commune with nature and our native Kentucky wildlife and learn about conservation efforts. Plan your next Kentucky nature adventure and experience the true outdoors!
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Log Cabins, primitive camping with approval, call ahead for fees and details
6,691 acres, open to public hunting, statewide regulations and seasons apply
2,880 acres, rough mountainous terrain, fishing & boating available at Carr Creek Lake,
Olive Hill, KY
Guided Cave Tours, 45 acre Smokey Lake, guided canoe trip, fishing for a variety of species, 39 campsites ranging from primitive to developed
798 acres, 300 ft buffer surroinding Cedar Creek Lake, statewide hunting seasons except modern gun deer season, no spring turkey, shoreline fishing access
43 acres, wooded with various plant and bird species for viewing, short trails
Nearly 7 miles of trails, rated easy-strenuous, wide variety of native plants and wildlife for viewing and photography,
389 acres, 8 mile mountain bike trail, 2.4 mile Scenic Loop Trail, archery range, FINs fishing lake, 9 hole golf course, sports facilities
8,265 acres, 1.5 mile rail trail, open to hunting and fishing with special regulations, there are some roads and trails, most areas have no developed access, wildlife photogra...
Nearly 5,000 acres, offers hunting, fishing, river access site/boat ramp, numerous trails for hiking and horseback riding, primitive camping sites
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