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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 in America east of the Rockies, in their natural habitat, or view old growth forests that predate the arrival of the pilgrims in the area.

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. Each park offers the chance to catch views of area wildlife and learn about local game and fish conservation efforts.

The list of wildlife viewing destinations below includes forests, parks, wildlife management areas and other places to get out in the field for sightings, education and adventure. For the sportsmen, there are also plenty of opportunities for hunting in KY. Plan your next Kentucky nature adventure and experience the true outdoors!

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Paducah, KY
6,560 acres, mix of old fields, woodlots, crop fields & food plots, 12 fishing ponds, retriever hunt test area, horseback riding trails, wildlife viewing area
Bardwell, KY
258 acre WMA, mostly flat creek bottom and wetland, 5 fishing ponds
Jamestown, KY
Coldwater fish hatchery, open to group tours, trails on Corps of Engineers property located nearby,
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Louisa, KY
2300 acre mountain reservoir, fish for a number of species including: bass, crappie, blulegill, and catfish, full service marina, 47 campsites, 18-hole golf course, 20+ miles ...
Louisa, KY
13,191 acres, hunting and fishing for variety of species, multi-use trails around lake and WMA
Hardinsburg, KY
6,775 acres, two tracts located near Ohio River and Meade County line, Town Creek tract near Addison, steep & sloping hardwood forest and flat river bottom land, waterfowl re...
Hazard, KY
UTV guided elk tours in Perry County & surrounding areas
Pineville, KY
8,198 acres, owned by Asher Land & Mineral, LLP & managed for hunting by the KDFWR, open to statewide hunting regulations, foot travel only off of area mine roads.
Beattyville, KY
2,506 acres, mostly forested with steep terrain, several clifflines, hunting for a variety of specieS, no ATVs, horses or rock climbing allowed on area
Sparta, KY
Approximately 2 miles of trails, 1 bedroom B&B with a sportsman's theme, 2 acre pond with bass, bluegill, catfish, crappie, 80 acres of property
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