Golf

Tee off from the mountaintops, improve your drive on a course deep within a wooded forest or play an unhurried round amid the scenic natural surroundings at a state resort park. Enjoy breathtaking views of adjacent cloud-shrouded peaks while sinking a putt, test your skills on the natural rolling hills of an 18-hole course or become part of Kentucky’s golf legacy on a course dating back to 1899, all within the gorgeous Appalachian region of The Kentucky Wildlands. You’ll find nationally ranked, public, private and resort championship courses, as well as several at state parks with getaway packages that include overnight lodging, green fees, carts and more. In fact, some of Kentucky’s finest courses lie in The Kentucky Wildlands.

Hidden Gems in the Kentucky Wildlands

Old Mulkey Meetinghouse State Historic Site

The Old Mulkey Meetinghouse is a log church erected in 1804, making it the oldest...

Historic Dils Cemetery & Gardens

Final resting place of famed Hatfield-McCoy Feud chieftain Randolph McCoy and family...

Gravesite of Nathan Goe, Grandson of Daniel Boone

Went for a drive today with Mark Reece from EKU. We went down to Bear Track turned...