Your Adventure Awaits

Whether it's a train ride to a historic mining camp or a tour through a museum, there's a lot of history to enjoy in McCreary County.
We have miles and miles of beautiful hiking trails here in McCreary County. Whether you're looking for easy or challenging you'll find it here.
McCreary County offers more than 100 miles of marked horse trails for the backcountry equestrian with opportunities for day, weekend, or week-long riding enjoyment through pristine wilderness.
McCreary County offers exciting water adventures for all ages. Experience the rush of whitewater on a raft, canoe or tube. From half day to multiple day trips you’ll find thrilling beginner and intermediate rapids on the Cumberland and Big South Fork Rivers.
"Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played through the world of adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers called geocaches, and then share your experiences online."  — Geocaching.com
Do you travel with your soft-top down or on the hard tail of a Harley?
McCreary County is home to plenty of trails for biking. 
Come play a round at the recently restored Stearns Heritage Golf Course, the second oldest nine-hole course in Kentucky.
McCreary County is an excellent extreme outdoor playground and home of the 2011 USARA National Championship Adventure Race.
There's plenty of off-road fun to be found here. Come get muddy in McCreary County!
The trophy fish are waiting for you in McCreary County.
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