The Natural Bridge State Resort Park in Kentucky is approximately 2,300 acres. It is located in the midst of the Daniel Boone National Forest, near the Red River Gorge Geological Area. It is home to 34 amphibians, 54 mammals, 31 reptiles, 54 types of ferns, 146 tree or woody plant species, 115 spring wildflowers and 89 resident species of birds.There are also numerous hiking trails that criss cross the park, caves and unusual rock formations which are perfect for an outdoor adventure.
But the highlight of this park is the natural bridge arched by a natural process of weathering over millions of years. The Natural Bridge which is natural sandstone arch spans 78 ft or 24 meters and is 65 ft or 20 m high.
Heaven is a step closer when you stand on top of a mountain. In our case, on top of the Natural Bridge in Kentucky, us together.
Traveller’s tip : Natural Bridge State Park Resort caters to your dining and shopping needs. Check below:
the cave looks so mysterious, this will not appear in Singapore,But I really enjoy your tour,thanks for always bring us around !
yey Ef is blogging na din! Cheers!! So happy for you.. and I love reading your posts.. keep them coming!! ;) Miss you Ef!
i miss you too. i have been blogging since april 2011, a year and a half old na din ang site ko pero lately lang nauupdate. it started as a “secret diary” for my poems, last month nga lang din nalaman ni jon na may site ako.hehe. pero it has evolved into an archive of trips and kitchen nonsense :D
thank you too sydney. we were suspecting that little cave shelters the bear around the area.
I think you have a knack of making everything magical. Keep doing what you do, it’s great.
thank you windhound. i appreciate you dropping by my page. thank you for the encouragement, you just made me smile :)
Lovely photos, and that natural bridge is an amazing sight. I think you were wise to hike up and see everything up close. It’s a very satisfying feeling to think you made it to the top on your own. : )
it was a light hike but very rewarding. the colors of fall were my motivation to climb :D