Spring is a beautiful time to hit the trails in Kentucky, as nature seems to come back to life after what often feels like an endless winter. The birds are chirping, the trees are budding, and wildflowers sprout up all over the Bluegrass State.

Our wonderful state park system is a great place to experience the wildflowers of Kentucky, and many even offer guided hikes to check them out. Of course, you are always welcome to go and explore for yourself, as well. One of the best places to experience the wildflowers and spring in Kentucky is at the magical John James Audubon State Park in Henderson. This park has so much to offer and you’ll definitely fall in love with all of the trails and the breathtaking wildflowers, scattered throughout the preserve.

The trails at John James Audubon State Park are a great place to visit and experience the colorful beauty of spring, or any other season for that matter. Is this one of your favorite places to see wildflowers in Kentucky? Where else do you go? Let us know in the comments!

John James Audubon State Park is located at 3100 US Hwy. 41 North, Henderson, KY 42419. For more information on the park and all of its events, visit its website here.

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And for more beautiful places to visit this spring in Kentucky, check out our previous article here.

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