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Fort Boonesborough State Park

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Fort Boonesborough
Fort Boonesborough
Fort Boonesborough

Fort Boonesborough State Park, Kentucky

Next stop: adventures in history! Fort Boonesborough State Park has everything to experience life in the 1900’s. Check out the Kentucky River Museum and with resident artisans doing craft Read more...
Next stop: adventures in history! Fort Boonesborough State Park has everything to experience life in the 1900’s. Check out the Kentucky River Museum and with resident artisans doing craft demonstrations, you’re not going to want to miss the tours given. Hike the trails around the park and swim in the junior Olympic size pool. Play a round of mini-golf or spend your days in the river on your boat. There’s nothing like the cool breeze on your skin as you fish for your lunch.
Fort Boonesborough Campground
Fort Boonesborough Campground is well, worth the drive for 1700’s-style family fun. Book a spot as...
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