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Covington Branch K 917.6904 R361c 2009 (Text) 33126015358181 KY Nonfiction Available -
Covington Branch K 917.6904 R361c 2009 (Text) 33126015358207 KY Nonfiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780813192086 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0813192080 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: print
    xii, 255 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky, c2009.

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General Note: Includes index.
Subject: Parks Kentucky Guidebooks
Kentucky Guidebooks

  • University of Kentucky

    The Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks is the one-stop resource for information on great places to view Kentucky's natural beauty, tour historical sites, golf, camp, fish, hike, backpack, swim, ride horseback, rock climb, and enjoy almost any other type of outdoor recreation. Whether you are a day tripper, weekend escapee, or weeklong camper, this unique guide is ideal for any one of the seven million visitors who enjoy Kentucky state parks each year. Author Susan Reigler showcases all forty-nine state parks and historical sites, as well as the Kentucky Horse Park, the Breaks Interstate Park, and the Falls of the Ohio State Park. The book contains vivid details and numerous lush photographs and is organized geographically to help with planning trips around the state. A comprehensive map is included for each region. For every park, the essential information is provided: ? Natural or historical attractions of the park ? Types of recreation available ? Camping and lodging facilities, museums, and gift shops ? Addresses and phone numbers ? Magnificent color photographs -- 170 in allIf you want to see the moonbow at Cumberland Falls, one of only two in the world, to listen for a ghostly bugle at Perryville Battlefield, or to explore the longest cave system in the world, let this book be your guide. Don't be without it when planning your vacation in Kentucky.

  • University of Kentucky

    The Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks is the one-stop resource for information on great places to view Kentucky's natural beauty, tour historical sites, golf, camp, fish, hike, backpack, swim, ride horseback, rock climb, and enjoy almost any other type of outdoor recreation. Whether you are a day tripper, weekend escapee, or weeklong camper, this unique guide is ideal for any one of the seven million visitors who enjoy Kentucky state parks each year. Author Susan Reigler showcases all forty-nine state parks and historical sites, as well as the Kentucky Horse Park, the Breaks Interstate Park, and the Falls of the Ohio State Park. The book contains vivid details and numerous lush photographs and is organized geographically to help with planning trips around the state. A comprehensive map is included for each region. For every park, the essential information is provided: Natural or historical attractions of the park Types of recreation available Camping and lodging facilities, museums, and gift shops Addresses and phone numbers Magnificent color photographs -- 170 in allIf you want to see the moonbow at Cumberland Falls, one of only two in the world, to listen for a ghostly bugle at Perryville Battlefield, or to explore the longest cave system in the world, let this book be your guide. Don't be without it when planning your vacation in Kentucky.

  • University of Kentucky

    Kentucky is known for its natural beauty and variety of environments, which are preserved and displayed in its state parks. Nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and history buffs have enjoyed the range and flavor of the commonwealth's natural splendor through its state parks for decades. Kentucky's system of fifty-two state parks is ranked among "the nation's finest" and attracts visitors from every part of the country, experiencing more repeat business annually than parks of any other state.The Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks looks at the variety of outdoor activities the commonwealth has to offer, directing readers to any desired vacation destination, from resorts and historic parks to winding mountain trails and sprawling forests. Readers can learn where to explore the longest cave system in world, see one of only two moonbows in the world, and witness history recreated at Kentucky's earliest settlement. The guide also includes valuable suggestions for activities and attractions located in the areas surrounding the state parks.Blending vibrant firsthand reporting with captivating history and breathtaking photos of every state park in the commonwealth, The Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks is a must-have introduction and travel-planning guide to the state's nationally renowned parks system.

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