Natural Attractions of Kentucky
From the mammoth caves and lakes of western Kentucky to horse and bourbon country’s rolling hills and the Appalachian Mountains scenic beauty in the east, Kentucky is full of breathtaking natural attractions worth experiencing.
You’ll find the longest cave system in the world (367 miles) at Mammoth Cave National Park. The Land Between the Lakes features more than 170,000 acres and 300 miles of undeveloped shoreline. Cumberland Falls State Park is the home to spectacular Kentucky waterfalls as well as the famous "moon bow."
And don’t miss the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Red River Gorge and dozens of lakes, preserves, Kentucky hiking trails and more.
When you’re ready to escape the hustle and bustle of the everyday routine, experience the adventure and beauty of Kentucky’s natural attractions.
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Bowling Green, KY
There's Only One...Lost River Cave.
Lost River Cave offers Kentucky's Only Underground Boat Tour • Butterfly
Habitat (Seasonal) • Scenic Nature Trails • K...
Take a train ride through the scenic mountains of Southern Kentucky and stop at the historic Blue Heron Mining Camp. The Big South Fork Scenic Railway takes a 14 mi...
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Breathtaking Cave Run Lake located in the Daniel Boone National Forest. 8,300 acres surface area. Known as the "Muskie Fishing Capitol of the South." Towns in the area are Fr...
The Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge is a 500-acre preserve, located 13 miles from Danville in the Parksville knob land and bordering a stretch of the beautiful North Rolling ...
A Russell County Natural Feature. The Creelsboro Natural Arch (also known as "The Rockhouse") is a historic archway to the Cumberland River and an Indian burial ground o...
There's Only One...Cumberland Gap.
Cumberland Gap National Park has a lot to offer: rich history, spectacular scenery, impressive vistas, unique geologic sandstone formations...
The Daniel Boone National Forest maintains over 706,000 acres in 21 counties of eastern Kentucky, stretching from Morehead to the Tennessee border. More than 600 miles of road...
Downtown Georgetown. This is where it all began: Georgetown was founded here in 1786; the colorful Reverend Elijah Craig (a man with his own ideas about spirits and spirituali...
Spanning the western portion of Tennessee and southwest Kentucky, the lake is 184 miles long, has 2,380 miles of shoreline, and 160,300 surface acres of water at summer water ...
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