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Lake Barkley State Resort Park

Change is in the air at Lake Barkley State Resort Park, as morning and evening temperatures grow more and more pleasant each day. A subtle crunching underfoot, also reminds us that Autumn has official...
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Barren River Lake State Resort Park – October 1, 2014

With temperatures hanging around in the 80’s, it’s hard to believe fall has already started.  It may still feel like summer, but the fabulous colors of fall have already begun.  Normally we do not hav...
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Big Bone Lick State Historic Site

Conditions have been favorable for the development of good color in recent days as northern Kentucky continues to enjoy a majority of bright, sunny days with comparatively cool evening temperatures.  ...
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Natural Bridge State Resort Park – a jump start on Fall Color

At Natural Bridge State Resort Park many trees, shrubs and vines have already started to change.  The recent sunny days and cool crisp nights will most likely produce some nice color here at the park ...
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Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park

Hints of fall color are beginning to be found in the forest at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.  Some of the most showy tree species so far are Blackgum and Sourwood, both are showing beautiful red...
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Lake Cumberland State Resort Park

  Lake Cumberland State Resort Park fall foliage is transforming daily into a myriad of colors. The sassafras, black gum, dogwood, and sumac are swirling spicy red and deep crimson hues across th...
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Carter Caves State Resort Park

The leaves are beginning to show color at Carter Caves. We are seeing a variety of yellows and reds coming out in Walnuts, Yellow Poplar, Dogwood and some Maples. We are approximately showing 20% colo...
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Kentucky’s ColorFall 2014 Helps Public Track Leaf Changes

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Fall has arrived, and with it the 2014 edition of the ColorFall program touting peak foliage viewing areas and exciting autumn events around Kentucky. ColorFall is designed to aid pub...
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John James Audubon State Park Henderson, KY

Here in Western Kentucky the trees have not yet started showing their brilliant colors. We expect peak colors around the last week of October. Presently, the dogwood trees are beginning to show their ...
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Early signs of fall at Mammoth Cave National Park


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