This Hidden Lake In Jenny Wiley State Resort Park Has Some Of The Bluest Water In The State
By Sarah McCosham|Published April 27, 2021
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Jenny Wiley State Resort Park is one of the most underrated treasures in the state. This Kentucky State Park is 2,871 acres of pure Bluegrass beauty, offering an abundance of opportunities for outdoor recreation of both the land and water varieties. The park’s crown jewel is the 1,100-acre Dewey Lake, a cerulean pool with some of the bluest water in the state. You’ll be dazzled by its azure waters, which make Jenny Wiley State Park truly stand out — even in a state that’s known for its abundance of rivers and lakes.
Jenny Wiley State Resort Park is a place you’ll never want to leave. And happily, you can extend your stay here; the park’s resort has some of the most amazing accommodations in Kentucky!