Hike Beneath A Hidden Rock Bridge At This Popular Kentucky State Park
By Sarah McCosham|Published November 02, 2022
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I'm a writer and editor at OnlyInYourState, and a contributing writer at Cincinnati Magazine. I love the Great Outdoors and am endlessly awestruck by this beautiful country of ours. Coffee keeps me going, yoga keeps me sane, my kids keep me grounded, and my writing keeps me inspired.
Kentucky is home to some of the most fascinating geological formations in the country, from our epic, mammoth-sized caverns to our sweeping, grandiose gorges. The Bluegrass also boasts some of the most spectacular natural arches and rock bridges in the country, each offering a unique and equally wondrous experience. While some, like Natural Bridge State Resort Park’s titular bridge, are well-known, there are many, many more rock formations in Kentucky worthy of your attention. Today’s adventure brings us to Pine Mountain State Resort Park in Pineville, Kentucky, where a hidden rock bridge awaits along the Laurel Cove Trail.