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National Park Service | Kentucky

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site
In the fall of 1808 Nancy and Thomas Lincoln settled into Sinking Springs Farm and had Abraham two months later. Here the Lincolns lived and farmed before moving to land a few miles away at Knob Creek. An early 19th century one-room cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born has been preserved at the site of his birth.

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
The story of the first doorway to the west is commemorated at the national park, located where the borders of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia meet. Carved by wind and water, Cumberland Gap forms a major break in the formidable Appalachian Mountain chain.

Mammoth Cave National Park
Mammoth Cave National Park was established to preserve the cave system, including Mammoth Cave, the scenic river valleys of the Green and Nolin rivers, and a section of south central Kentucky.

Poverty Point National Monument
Poverty Point National Monument contains some of the largest prehistoric earth works in North America.

USDA Forest Service | Kentucky

Beaver Creek Wilderness

Cave Run Lake

Clifty Wilderness

Daniel Boone National Forest

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area

US Fish and Wildlife Service | Kentucky

Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge

US Army Corps of Engineers | Kentucky

Barkley Lake

Barren River Lake

Buckhorn Lake

Carr Creek Lake

Cave Run Lake

Cumberland Lake

Dewey Lake

Fishtrap Lake

Grayson Lake

Green River Lake

Greenriver +2 Locks

Kentucky River

Lake Cumberland

Laurel River Lake

Martins Fork Lake

Nolin River Lake

Ohio River - Greenup Pool

Ohio River - Markland Pool

Ohio River - McAlpine Pool

Paintsville Lake

Rough River Lake

Taylorsville Lake

Yatesville Lake

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