National Parks in Kentucky
National Parks in Kentucky include Mammoth Cave National Park which is also a World Heritage Site. This park offers great activities both above and below ground to enjoy as a family. Kentucky National Parks also include a couple of National Historic Trails and Historic Parks.
Kentucky National Parks
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park
Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area
Camp Nelson National Monument – Established October 27, 2018
Cumberland Gap National Historic Park
Fort Donelson National Battlefield
Mammoth Cave National Park
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail
There are 6 National Parks in Kentucky with an estimated visitation of over 1.8 million visitors. These visitors produce over $121 million dollars in economic benefits through tourism.
Kentucky National Parks include 1 National Trail managed by the National Park Service, 3,419 national registers of historic places listings, 30 National Historic Landmarks and 7 National Natural Landmarks.
National Parks in Kentucky also include 1 World Heritage Site, 424 places recorded by the Heritage Documentation Program, over 1.8 million objects in the Kentucky National Park Museum Collections and over 1,641 Archeological Sites.
Do you know how many National Parks you have visited? Check out our printable list of US National Parks in Alphabetical Order to count how many parks you have visited.
Want to go big and see how many of the 417 National Park Sites you have visited? Check out this printable list of all US National Park Sites.
Ever dreamed of becoming a Park Ranger? Check out this article on How to Become a Park Ranger.
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