Kentucky is filled with lakes, rivers and state parks, it's an outdoor adventure in the making. It doesn't matter if your sport is hunting, fishing, boating, whitewater rafting, canoeing, camping, rock climbing, horseback riding it all can be found in Kentucky.
Kentucky with appoximately 54,000 miles of rivers and stream makes for a boater and fisherman's paradise. From the Tug Fork River bordering on the eastern part of the state, to the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers along the western border. In between you will find National Forest along with Kentucky State Parks the finest that can be found anywhere. With public hunting and Wildlife Management Areas in abundance.
In recent years Elk Viewing and Hunting has become popular in Kentucky. In 1997 the Kentucky Dept of Fish and Wildlife started an Elk Restoration Project to establish Elk back into Kentucky. The project has become such a success that Elk viewing trips are offer each fall in several locations in the south eastern 16 county restoration zone. The Elk Herd is now estimated to be around 10,000 animals.
The popularity of atving has exploded in Eastern Kentucky. With the establishment of several Off Road Parks in rugged eastern mountains atvers from all over the Eastern US has found it to be the #1 destination, not only for the challenging trails but also for the scenic beauty of the mountains.