It doesn’t take a history buff to know that Kentucky is filled with historical sites where you can step back in time and experience our state’s past. There are countless museums and destinations where you can get hands-on with history, and whether you’re passionate about the past or not, they are still exciting places to experience firsthand. Located in the very tip of southwestern Kentucky, Columbus-Belmont State Park may just be our state’s best-kept secret. This hidden gem park in Kentucky overlooks the Mississippi River and the history of this land is downright fascinating.

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Columbus-Belmont State Park is a hidden gem and an incredible historic destination that everyone can appreciate. Did you know about this secret park in the corner of the Bluegrass State? Share your experience with us in the comments! And don’t forget to take a look at our list of hiking essentials before heading out on your adventure.

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