The Green River is the longest river, at 370 miles, to flow completely within the Commonwealth of Kentucky's borders - Corps of Engineer Park
Green River Lake Corps of Engineers Park
Beloved and I haven't been impressed with the 4 Kentucky State parks that we have camped at so far. We camped for a few days at Green River State Park this past week. We didn't enjoy the state park campground. So, when we found out that it had a rating of 2 out of 5 stars we were not surprised. However, during our stay there, we took a look at one of the Corps of Engineers Parks in the area. It ended up being a beautiful quiet area that was more of what we have in mind when we camp.
I particurally enjoyed the Marina. It was very pretty with all of its houseboats with their American flags.
At lunch time, while exploring the area, we found a quiet, lush green spot for our picnic. Afterwards, the Little Ones spent time playing on a playground.
We also went exploring hand in hand!
We hiked a short trail that lead out to a beautiful rocky point on the lake.
It is always good to know that that the Corps of Engineer Parks (the ones that allow camping) might be a good alternative if we aren't pleased with the State Parks.