This Beautiful Boardwalk Trail In Kentucky Is The Most Unique Hike Around

Kentucky’s state parks are truly magnificent and a great resource for both locals and those traveling to our state. We love how diverse the landscape of Kentucky is, and these parks do a great job showing that off. We’ve previously featured John James Audubon State Park and its fantastic Wildflower Trail, but it now has a new trail that you’re going to want to explore. The Audubon Wetlands is still in progress, but it is already open to the public. This beautiful boardwalk and wetland trail is the most unique hike around.

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John James Audubon State Park is a special place that highlights so much unique natural beauty that we’re lucky to have all around us. Will you give this wetlands boardwalk hike a try? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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John James Audubon State Park is located at 3100 US Hwy 41 North, Henderson, KY 42419. For more information on the park, visit its website here, and for more on the Walk in the Wetlands Guided Hike Event, visit here.

If you’re a fan of boardwalk trails, you’ll love the Sloan’s Crossing Pond Trail!