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Grapevine Lake Trails is a 7.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Madisonville, Kentucky that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.

Length 7.8 mi Elevation gain 538 ft Route type Loop

Kid friendly

Fishing

Hiking

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Paddle sports

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Lake

River

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Bugs

Muddy

Rocky

Washed out

No dogs

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Reviews (38)
Photos (12)
Recordings (33)
Completed (29)
Kaleb Johnson
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Mountain biking

it probably would have been more fun if i didnt enter the trail from the bottom, all n all it was a nice trail, ill go back, spiders galore from little traffic, very nice views.

Michelle Nichols
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Hiking

Seen a huge snake while on the trail

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Ben Mason
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Mountain biking

Today was overcast, excellent conditions, zero others on the trail.

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Kathy Wirkus
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Hiking

Good urban hike that is close to home.

Brian White
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Running

15:05 mile coming back.

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Kenny Dillingham
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Hiking

Not bad for a urban trail. Nothing special to see, but fun to hike.

Kate Anthony
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We have trekked this trail multiple times and still question if we are going the right direction on occasion. It's a beautiful trail otherwise and in am sure we will hike again, being from the area.

John Wayne
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Walking

Will this track my location gps so i know if i get lost i can see where im at?

Dawn Hardy
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Liked it!

Rusty Padgett
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Walking
First to Review

It was announced today that the city plans to do a timber salvage at Grapevine Lake. Several local trail users/volunteers have met with city officials to discuss the project and voice our concerns. Our main concern is the damage that will be caused to the trails by the loggers and the loss of the tree canopy to prevent undergrowth. The city is working with the Department of Forestry to determine which trees need to be removed and they don't plan to do any clear cutting. They mainly want to remove the trees that were damaged by the ice storms and the tornado. The Forestry representative said she believes the logging can be done with minimal affect to the canopy. The city has taken the trails into consideration and plans to include a clause in the bidding process that will require the loggers to remove any debris from the trails when finished. The original plan was to do the entire park at once but the city is working with us and is going to only cut on the B side first which will allow us to see how the trails are affected before starting on the A side. No one can predict how much damage will be caused to the trails by the logging crews so we will have to wait and see. If you would like to voice your concerns I would suggest reaching out to your city council representatives and the mayor. I will try to keep everyone posted with details as they become available.

Alex E.
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Hiking
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Alex E.
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Martin Wheatley
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Kara Daugherty
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Hiking
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Ben Mason
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Mountain biking
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Martin Wheatley
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Emalene Wheatley
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Michelle Nichols
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Michelle Nichols
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Michelle Nichols
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Michelle Nichols
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Chuck Coy
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Hiking
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Michelle Nichols
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Ben Mason
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Mountain biking
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Michelle Nichols
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Hiking
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Emalene Wheatley
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Hiking
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Michelle Nichols
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Emalene Wheatley
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Hiking
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Michelle Nichols
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Chuck Coy
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