John James Audubon State Park Has A Boardwalk Hike In Kentucky That Leads To Secret Wetlands
One of the best ways to relax in Kentucky is to get outside. Whether it’s summer or winter, there are a number of outdoor area offering peace, quite and beauty. Sure, you could opt for something challenging in order to build up a sweat. Or you could simply take a stroll on this relatively new boardwalk trail leading to beautiful wetlands.
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The John James Audubon State Park has a number of different museums and trails. The Audubon Wetland Trail is open to the public from 7:30 a.m. to dusk. You can learn more about it through their website here.
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