Warbler Road

Park Activities

  • Hiking
Warbler Road
John James Audubon State Park
3100 US Hwy 41 North
Henderson, KY 42420
Henderson, KY
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Description

(0.7 MILES)
DIFFICULTY: MODERATE

This road is named after the 20 different species of warblers that can be seen and heard at the Park in spring and summer. Warblers are small, colorful migratory birds that visit during migration, or inhabit the Park during the breeding season. A good route for birdwatching! This road is also an enjoyable walk to see early spring wildflowers. Many of our trails either begin or end at some point on this paved road. Although it serves as a connector between our parking area and trailheads, many visitors find it to be a rewarding and challenging hike by itself. This 0.7-mile road begins at the Main Office/Welcome Center parking lot, proceeds up and down hills, and ends at the Wilderness Lake trailhead. It is open to foot traffic only.
Trail Details
  • Length (mi.): .7
  • Difficulty: Easy

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