Hiking in Kentucky is wonderful any time of year, but fall is definitely a favorite season for many. If you time it right, a trip into the woods, a stroll along rock formations, or by the banks of a lake, can all make for memorable outdoor experiences, filled with brilliant color. Since the fall foliage is taking a bit longer to show this year, there’s still plenty of time to get out there and enjoy it, and one of the best places to do so is Natural Bridge State Resort Park. The awesome hiking trails at this incredible park will take you to the most spectacular fall foliage and views of Kentucky that can’t be beaten.

The hiking trails within Natural Bridge State Resort Park are some of the best in the state and definitely worthy of a visit in the fall. Have you hiked in this park at the height of fall color? Do you have plans to visit this year? Let us know in the comments!

Natural Bridge State Resort Park is located at 2135 Natural Bridge Rd., Slade, KY 40376. For more information, visit the park’s website here.

And if you’d like to explore more of the area, be sure to check out this Red River Gorge road trip everyone should take from our previous article here.

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