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Trails

There’s no experience quite like hiking the finest trails in The Bluegrass State. No matter what type of hiker you are, you’ll find a trail to enjoy here. Our state parks offer access to everything from family-friendly nature trails of only a few miles to multi-week long-distance backpacking adventures where you can really rough it.
 

These trails can show you a lot of things: local wildlife and flora, incredible geologic displays, fun and secluded backpacker campsites and much more. 
 

Browse the state parks below to find your next great hike and start planning your trip today, whether it’s for a few hours or a few days. See you at the trailhead!

Kentucky Parks Trails

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General Butler State Resort Park
.25 mile trail connects Butler-Turpin State Historic House to the Fossil Trail, hiking alternative to access fossil trail, Stone entrance gate and lodge, open to hikers.
Northern Kentucky River Region
Northern Kentucky River Region
General Butler State Resort Park
1.6 miles, hiking and biking, connects to a number of destinations within park, connects to other trails in park system.
Northern Kentucky River Region
Northern Kentucky River Region
General Butler State Resort Park
4.5 miles looped trail, 3 access points, much of trail crosses open fields, old hardwood forests behind stone overlook which is highest point in county, currently open to hikers…
Northern Kentucky River Region
Northern Kentucky River Region
General Butler State Resort Park
1 mile, connects the park's archery range to the Lock on Kentucky River, will be incorporated into Park to Park project, open to hikers and bikers.
Northern Kentucky River Region
Northern Kentucky River Region
General Butler State Resort Park
1.5 miles looped trail, access is available at many points throughout the park, mature woodland forest of large tulip trees, beech and hickory, many popular wildflowers and bushes…
Northern Kentucky River Region
Northern Kentucky River Region