There Is A Giant Twig Family Hiding At Lake Malone State Park In Kentucky Just Like Something Out Of A Storybook

There’s something truly captivating and magical about the forests of the Bluegrass State which is very lush and verdant green and home to amazing hidden caverns and relaxing trickling waterfalls (and you’ll even find moonbows too!). Teeming with lovely wildflowers and whimsical woodland creatures, it is just a veritable playground for your mind, body, and soul – not to mention your senses. If you’re looking for something out of a fairy tale check out the Big Twigs in Kentucky, a “tree family” hiding right in plain sight.

Have you seen the Big Twig Family at Lake Malone State Park in Kentucky before? What a wonderful addition to this beautiful Kentucky park! If so, we’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

For more magical adventures in The Bluegrass State, embark upon this magical road trip itinerary!

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Adventures in Kentucky

March 18, 2023

Where can we find historic sites in Kentucky?

  • Fort Boonesborough in Richmond was founded in the 1700s by Daniel Boone and is one of the original settlements in Kentucky.
  • The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Park in Hodgenville is a replica of the 16th President’s boyhood home.
  • The Labrot and Graham/Woodford Reserve Distillery in Versailles is the oldest of the primary and world-renown distilleries making spirits in Kentucky.

Learn more about other fascinating historic sites in Kentucky.


Where can we find campgrounds in Kentucky?

  • Lakeside Campground & Marina in Benton is an RV campground located on Jonathan Creek.
  • Zilpo Campground in Salt Lick sits on Cave Run Lake within Daniel Boone National Forest and has a beautiful beach.
  • Nolin Lake State Park in Mammoth Cave features both primitive and RV campsites surrounded by natural beauty.

Learn more about the many other campgrounds in Kentucky.


Where can we find small towns in Kentucky?

  • Paducah is an art-centered town known for its community events and the popular Paducah Historic Riverfront.
  • Berea is a y charming mountain town and where you’ll find the 9,000-acre Berea College Forest.
  • Harrodsburg, founded in 1774, is called the “Birthplace of the West” because is the oldest city in the state and the oldest American settlement west of the Allegheny Mountains.

Learn more about the many wonderful small towns in Kentucky.