10 Under-Appreciated State Parks In Kentucky You’re Sure To Love
Kentucky is a nature lover’s dream with 45 state parks, including 17 full-service resorts. Whether you’re an individual looking for a quiet getaway or a large family ready to escape your everyday life, Kentucky has the perfect spot for you. While some of the parks are well-known and for good reason, many are just as wonderful and deserve your attention. Here are some under-appreciated state parks in Kentucky we highly recommend you pay a visit to — and soon!
You don’t have to leave Kentucky to experience all nature has to offer. How many of these state parks in Kentucky have you paid a visit to recently? Which state parks did we miss? Let us know in the comments below!
For some more under-the-radar state parks to visit in Kentucky, check out this article: 7 Lesser-Known State Parks In Kentucky That Will Absolutely Amaze You!
State Parks to Visit in Kentucky
What are some other state parks I should make a point to visit in Kentucky?
There are so many beautiful state parks to visit in Kentucky (45, in fact!), that it can be overwhelming knowing where, exactly, to begin. We’re here to help. Here are 10 of the most beautiful state parks in Kentucky; they are located all across the state, so there’s sure to be one close to you! Some of the notable sites on the list include Lincoln Homestead State Park, My Old Kentucky Home State Park, E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park, General Burnside State Park, and General Burnside State Park. If you’re into boating and water recreation, General Burnside State Park is one of our favorite state parks in Kentucky to visit, as are Nolin Lake State Park and Paintsville Lake State Park!
What’s the most beautiful state park in Kentucky?
Here in Kentucky, we’re no stranger to great parks. Kentucky is home to 45 state parks, each offering a unique and unrivaled experience. Today, however, we’re playing favorites, and naming Cumberland Falls State Resort Park as the single best state park in Kentucky. This superlative superstar has it all: breathtaking scenery, amazing outdoor recreation, and some of the most incredible natural wonders in the Bluegrass State. In terms of Kentucky State Parks, Cumberland Falls reigns supreme. It’s 1,657 acres of pure Bluegrass beauty, offering visitors an extraordinary park experience — and the extraordinary experience of Cumberland Falls begins with its accommodations. DuPont Lodge is one of the most beautiful park lodges in Kentucky, and you’ll be enchanted by its postcard-perfect charms! Of course, you can also choose to camp at Cumberland Falls; the state park has 50 gorgeous campsites, each with electric and water hookups — and sweeping scenic views. This state park in Kentucky really does have it all, and that’s why we’ve named Cumberland Falls State Resort Park *the* superlative superstar of the Bluegrass State!