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Big Bone Lick State Historic Site

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Big Bone Lick

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site, Kentucky

“Cool, cool, mega cool,” might be all you can muster saying at Big Bone Lick State Historic Site, and not just because of its Ice Age past. Start at the museum and visitor’s center to grasp the full Read more...
“Cool, cool, mega cool,” might be all you can muster saying at Big Bone Lick State Historic Site, and not just because of its Ice Age past. Start at the museum and visitor’s center to grasp the full effect of what you’re witnessing. Any prehistoric fans in the family? Oh they are going to love this place. Walk through the displays ranging from fossils, Ice Age mammal bones, and Native American artifacts. Once you’re ready to explore outside, hike the trails and walk in the footsteps of creatures long before our time. Time your trip with the exciting programs going on like archeological digs and ghost hunts. Wild, right?
Big Bone Lick Campground
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