Hike To An Emerald Creek Through The Scenic Turkey Foot Area In Kentucky

The endless waterways of Kentucky make for some of the best adventures in our state. They are also incredibly scenic and we have it all – from crashing waterfalls to wide rivers and massive lakes. If you want to spend time outdoors, time spent by water is always the way to go. And if you want to see an unbelievable emerald creek in Kentucky, head to the Turkey Foot area of Daniel Boone National Forest. This hiking area and campground near London are perfect for nature lovers and the creeks around here are wonderfully scenic.

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This truly is an emerald creek in Kentucky that seems too beautiful to be real. There are many places like that around our state and if you have yet to hike around the Turkey Foot area or you’ve been looking for a scenic campground for some tent camping, check out this section of Daniel Boone National Forest. Have you seen the emerald waters here? Share your experience with us in the comments!

For more information on the hiking trails in this area, including directions, visit its DBNF website. And for the Turkey Foot Campground, head over here.

And for more emerald waters in Kentucky, pay a visit to Johnson Springs near Mammoth Cave.

Address: Forest Service Road 345, McKee, KY 40447, USA