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Kentucky National Parks and Monuments

National Historic Sites, Recreation Areas, Memorials

Our site contains complete information on national parks and monuments in Kentucky, including national historic sites, recreation areas, memorials, and more.

You'll find complete details for each national park, as well as nearby trails, attractions, hotels, and guides. Explore national monument photo galleries, tourist information and plan your visit.

Big South Fork Located northwest of Knoxville, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is a hidden treasure of outdoor fun and breathtaking scenery. Outdoor recreation is wide-ranging in the natural area. Over 130 miles of trails are open to horseback riders; two horse camps are located in the park. Fishing is a big draw on the river with smallmouth bass and bream the main catches. Hunting, bird watching and wildlife viewing are other popular pastimes.

Land Between the Lakes There's a special place for outdoor recreation and experiencing nature in southwestern Kentucky. Virtually every water sport is available here plus over 200 miles of trails and abandoned roads for biking, horseback riding, off highway vehicles, hiking and wildlife watching.

Mammoth Cave National Park There are touring caves in the United States with an interesting stalactite or two . . . and then there's Mammoth Cave. The longest recorded cave system in the world is located northeast of Bowling Green in Mammoth Cave National Park. More than 348 miles of Mammoth Cave have been mapped, making Mammoth at least three times longer than any other known cave.

Wayne National Forest The only national forest in the state, it surrounds Athens, Marietta and is west of Gallipolis. The forest sprawls over 250,000 acres of Appalachian hills and spans over 800,000 acres total. The forest boasts covered bridges, camping sites, the Buckeye Trail for biking and walking, and fishing and boating for water lovers.

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