Along the banks of the Ohio River just north of Henderson, KY, John James Audubon State Park houses the world's largest collection of Audubon artifacts and offers exhibits on the artist's life. Here, nearly two centuries ago, John James Audubon, renowned naturalist and artist, came with his family to operate a small mercantile business and to explore the surrounding wilderness in search of wild birds to study and sketch.

Longer and a little harder due to elevation but nothing to extreme. Woods offer large trees and huge grave vines. Nice walk.

Nothing to exciting, kid friendly, educational on how land developed. Nice walk.

6 days ago

They say moderate but mostly easy, some incline. kid friendly, abundant trees and history on woods.

probably my favorite of thier trails, traverse ground, bridges, wooden walkways, lake view and wild life make this an interesting trek with a variety of views. Nothing to extreme but could be considered challenging for some.

Really enjoyed our hike to see fall color. Challenging enough to get the blood pumping.

Great fall color! This one was almost too hilly for the younger kids hiking with me.

I run this trail often, love it!

This trail is a little bit of a workout with the hills. I've hiked this trail several times over 5 years and I have always come across other people on the trail. The rain washes away the dirt and makes the trail more challenging on the hills. Warning: not everyone keeps their dogs on leashes so pay attention, especially around the corners.

1 month ago

Had a good time walking with my family

Easy for kids and dogs.

5 months ago

Nice easy stroll through woods, saw some deer. John James Audubon park always something different each visit very cool park.

5 months ago