Here Is The Most Remote, Isolated Spot In Kentucky And It's Positively Breathtaking
By Rachel Shulhafer|Published January 17, 2017
I grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. I have lived elsewhere twice, but keep coming back. I'm a video editor and freelance writer who enjoys watching people wearing University of Louisville uniforms excel at sports, scaling the faces of large rocks, and hanging out with my border collie/laborador/cattle dog mutt thingy that I have.
Kentucky may seem to have a lot of remote spots, but if you’re looking for the place that is more isolated from human contact than anywhere else in the Bluegrass State, then look no further. In terms of proximity to major roads and towns, the most remote spot is believed to be a section of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. Some researchers are actually documenting the most remote spot in each state, and while we don’t know the exact coordinates, we know Kentucky’s most remote location is somewhere in this vast section of the Big South Fork Recreation Area that remains largely untouched.