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Ben Hawes State Park boasts one of the busiest golf courses in the park system. On Ben Hawes State Park grounds are the remains of a deep coal mine operation that thrived from the early 1900s through the 1950s. Ben Hawes State Park located in Owensboro, KY is on the Kentucky State Parks Golf Trail
Big Bone Lick State Park The name of the park comes from the Pleistocene megafauna fossils found there. The mammoths, mastodon, ground sloth and other creatures are believed to have been drawn to this location by a salt lick. It bills itself as "the birthplace of American paleontology" Big Bone Lick State Park is located on Beaver Road and between the communities of Beaverlick and Rabbit Hash, KY.
Columbus-Belmont State Park is a 156-acre site of a Confederate fortification built during the American Civil War. The site was considered by both North and South to be strategically significant in gaining and keeping control of the Mississippi River. Columbus-Belmont State Park is located near Columbus, Kentucky.
Fort Boonesborough State Park has a reconstructed pioneer fort, that was the second settlement established when Daniel Boone and his men reached the Kentucky River on April 1, 1775. Some activities at Fort Boonesborough State Park include visiting the Kentucky River Museum and fishing. Fort Boonesborough State Park is located in Richmond, KY
General Burnside Island State Park is a 400 acre island in the middle of Lake Cumberland, making it Kentucky's only island park. General Burnside Island State Park is located in Burnside, KY.
Grayson Lake State Park is known as a favorite camping area for Shawnee and Cherokee Native American. The park consists of 1500 acres, with the 1512 acre Grayson Lake. Grayson Lake State Park is located in Olive Hill, Kentucky.
Green River Lake State is a 8200-acre park in south-central Kentucky's spectacular cave country. Green River Lake State Park is located near Campbellsville, Kentucky
John James Audubon State Park sits on the banks of the Ohio River and preserves the woods where the famed naturalist walked as he observed the subjects of his paintings. Some of the features to explore in this park is old growth trees, lake, hiking, nature study, birding, etc. John James Audubon State Park is located just north of Henderson, Kentucky.
Kincaid Lake State Park has a 9-hole course, part of the Kentucky State Parks Golf Trail. Kincaid Lake State Park encompasses 850 acres. Kincaid Lake State Park is located in Falmouth, Kentucky
Kingdom Come State Park is a nature preserve and the states highest park. Kingdom Come State Park protects Kentucky's third-largest colony of the federally endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis). Line Fork Cave, located in the preserve, is the winter roost for more than 3,000 bats. Kingdom Come State Park is located in Cumberland, KY near the Kentucky-Virginia border.
Lake Malone State Park is enclosed by 50-foot sandstone bluffs rising above the water's edge and surrounded by hardwood forests. 788-acre Lake Malone is "An anglers delight". The hiking trails provide views of many rock walls, once used as shelters by Native Americans. Lake Malone State Park is located in Dunmore, KY.
Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park consists of 800 acres with a museum and pioneer settlement. Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park commemorates the life of Levi Jackson, the first judge in Laurel County. Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park is located just south of London, Kentucky
Lincoln Homestead State Park features the original home of Lincolns mother and replicas of the 1782 cabin and blacksmith shop where his father was reared, and the home of Mordecai Lincoln, the favorite uncle of President Lincoln. Lincoln Homestead State Park is located in Springfield, KY
My Old Kentucky Home State Park consists of Federal Hill, a former plantation owned by the Rowan family. A visit to the georgian-style mansion and formal gardens in 1852 is said to have inspired Stephen Foster to write his famous song, My Old Kentucky Home. My Old Kentucky Home State Park is located in Bardstown, Kentucky
Nolin Lake State Park is a recreational park located near Mamonth Cave. You can swim at the Nolin Lake State Park beach or view the hundreds of picturesque cliffs around the area. Nolin Lake State Park is a 2187-acre park located just north of Mammoth Cave, KY.
Old Fort Harrod State Park is situated on land orginally colonized by Captain James Harrod in 1774. Old Fort Harrod State Park is reconstructed near the site of the original fort, and commemorates the old fort pioneer settlement. Old Fort Harrod State Park is located in Harrodsburg, Kentucky
Paintsville Lake State Park gleams like a jewel in the crown of mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Paintsville Lake State Park is located just west of Paintsville, Kentucky
Taylorsville Lake State Park is located on the shores of 3050 acre Taylorsville Lake. This lake is noted for being the heaviest stocked lake in Kentucky and offers some of the most beautiful horse back riding country around. Taylorsville Lake State Park is located in Taylorsville, KY.
Yatesville Lake State Park is noted for the good bluegill fishing. Yatesville Lake State Park is a 2300-acre impoundment of the Big Sandy River and is the largest lake in eastern Kentucky. Yatesville Lake State Park is located near Louisa, KY.
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