Kentucky Tourism
   

Biking

Several KY state parks feature mountain biking trails as well as miles of  paved recreational trails for cyclists around the state. Besides great exercise, cycling on these great Kentucky bike trails is a unique way to enjoy nature and see the countryside, lakes and forests.

Many of the trails are multi-use, meaning they may be shared with users enjoying other activities, such as walking, hiking or horseback riding. Cyclists may want to check trail conditions in advance by calling the park. Make plans to get outdoors and enjoy a few days of cycling in your favorite Kentucky State Park!

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Barren River Lake State Resort Park Lucas, KY

Barren River Lake State Resort Park is a water-lover's paradise surrounded by forested, rolling hills. It is located near Kentucky's famous cave area, including the longest cave system in the world. Lounge by the new sandy beach, take a dip in the cool water at the pool, hop on a horse, play tennis or go boating on the lake, however you define vacation fun, it's here at Barren River Lake State Resort Park. PHONE: 270-646-2151

Breaks Interstate Park Breaks, KY

CALL: 276-865-4413 Breaks Interstate Park's accommodations range from woodland cottages to campsites, from lakefront log cabins to lodge rooms with breath-taking views.

Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park Burkesville, KY

Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park offers a vast, unspoiled wilderness to refresh and rejuvenate the senses. It's no surprise the bald eagle chooses this area for its wintering grounds. From a dip in the pool to our 18 holes on the Dale Hollow Lake golf course, for vacation fun, we've got you covered. PHONE: 270-433-7431

Dawkins Line Rail Trail Swamp Branch, KY

The Dawkins Line Rail Trail is joining many other adventure tourism attractions in the region supported by outdoor enthusiasts as the longest rail trail in Kentucky. The first 18-mile leg of the trail is now open to hikers, bikers and horseback riders. This section features 24 trestles & the 662-foot Gun Creek Tunnel. Parking is available at both Swap Branch & Royalton. PHONE: 502-564-8110

E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park Louisville, KY

A 539-acre oasis on the outskirts of Louisville, the rolling fields that were once farmland are now the site of some of the finest indoor and outdoor recreation facilities in Kentucky. Stop by for a swim, play a round of tennis or bring your pet to the dog park! We've got it all at E.P. 'Tom' Sawyer State Park. PHONE: 502-429-7270

General Butler State Resort Park Carrollton, KY

Located along I-71 between Louisville and Cincinnati, the park is a fitting tribute to one of Kentucky's foremost military families. Named for General William Orlando Butler, the military family spans from colonial time through the American Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican War and Civil War. A stone overlook was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1930s so guests can enjoy the same river scenes the Butlers viewed in times past. A lodge swimming pool is available for cottage & lodge guests, campers may use the facility during 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. PHONE: 502-732-4384

Green River Lake State Park Campbellsville, KY

Enjoy lake side fun at the campground on the shores of the 8,200-acre lake at Green River Lake State Park.If you're a fan of water sports , you're sure to find something to fit the bill, with a sand beach along the lake's edge and a nearby marina offering rental houseboats, ski boats, jet skis and pontoon boats. PHONE: 270-465-8255

Greenbo Lake State Resort Park Greenup, KY

Greenbo Lake State Resort Park is located in eastern Kentucky. Park amenities include lodge, restaurant, swimming pool, campground, equestrian campground, hiking trails, biking trials, horseback riding trails, fishing, scuba diving area and more. PHONE: 606-473-7324

Jenny Wiley State Resort Park Prestonsburg, KY

Jenny Wiley State Resort Park is great for a getaway or meeting – check out the Music Highway Grill restaurant, theater and more.

Kingdom Come State Park Cumberland, KY

Kingdom Come State Park, with an elevation of 2,700 feet, is the crowning jewel in the crest of Pine Mountain near Cumberland, Kentucky. Admire the beautiful views from one of eight overlooks, hike a trail or fish for bass, crappie and trout in the lake.
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