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All reviews kentucky river red trail great place to hike well marked trails hiking shoes wild flowers nice hiking double stroller beautiful woods mile loop welcome center nice walk check their website out of state visitor center deer waterfall
Such a great place to hike and check out the nature center. There is a great overlook of the Kentucky River...not for those who fear heights (like me)...lots of nature, history and beauty. Check their website for events
This was a solo trip. I had never visited here. I stopped at the visitirs center and was greeted by a very nice, very informative guide. There are a few different trail all whick meet back together. The trails themselves are arranged from a very...More
I was really looking forward to exploring the trails here but the map and markings made it difficult to follow. When coming to several forks/splits it was confusing when the road or wood pieces ended. Some trails had roads but if copperheads live here it’s...More
If you plan on visiting Lexington Kentucky make it a point to visit the Raven Run Nature Sanctuary and education center. Check their website for activities and events including but not limited to an evening out with a local Stargazing club for in depth look...More
This place is great due to its accessibility from Lexington. The trails are well-maintained but also still have a rugged feel to them. I come here to do trail running, and there is a perfect 4-mile loop (the red trail) that takes me about an...More
I have been to Raven Run many times over 20 years, and it has evolved into a wonderful place to hike, attend a nature program, or have a family picnic. The trails are in great shape and very well marked. However, they are natural trails--there...More
Deer, coyotes, foxes, raptors and varmits. A few pretty vistas and historical sites also; if you're out that way, definitely visit. Otherwise, not worth the trip from downtown Lexington. Hikes are not difficult.