Kayak Along The Blueway On The Green Through This Incredibly Scenic Area Of Kentucky

Hart County is an exciting area of Kentucky that has so much to offer. It may be best known as the home of Mammoth Cave (well, part of the park), Hidden River Cave, and the town of Horse Cave, but that’s just the beginning of the fun and adventure to be had in this area. The scenic Green River winds through the county, through the town of Munfordville, and past many beautiful spots, including a waterfall that’s only accessible by boat! Known as the “Blueway on the Green,” this area is ideal for a scenic kayak trip in Kentucky and an unforgettable adventure.

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Whether you are experienced out on the water or want to get out on a river for the first time, the Blueway on the Green is a beautiful place to visit. Plan a scenic kayak trip in Kentucky on the Green River and see even more of this adventurous area of our state. Do you kayak the waterways of Kentucky? Is the Blueway on the Green one of your go-to spots? Let us know in the comments!

For more information on the Blueway on the Green routes, visit the Hart County Tourism website. And to book a trip, check out Lynn Camp Launch on Facebook or give them a call at 270-537-4727 to reserve canoes or kayaks. And for more things to do in Munfordville, be sure to check out its website.

While near Horse Cave, refuel with a stop at this favorite local restaurant that serves up delicious food and one of the best fried bologna sandwiches in the state.

Address: 100 River Rd, Munfordville, KY 42765, USA