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Hike at Lake Barkley focuses on wildflowers - Sat 8 Apr 2017

Second Saturday event

From Commonwealth News Center

Join a naturalist at Lake Barkley State Resort Park, 3500 State Park Road, Cadiz, KY, starting at 10amCT, April 8, 2017, for the monthly Second Saturday hike. The focus of April's hike will be spring wildflowers. The hike will take visitors on a search for spring wildflowers and will teach visitors about the amazing life histories of these early bloomers.

The hike starts at 10amCT,and will depart from the lobby of the lodge. No reservations are necessary to participate in Second Saturday Hikes. Please dress for the weather. Sturdy, comfortable footwear is recommended. Contact: Nick Edmonds, nick.edmonds@ky.gov,or call the lodge at call 1-800-325-0057.

Families and individuals can enjoy other entertainment and lodging opportunities at the park. Lake Barkley State Resort Park is the largest state resort park in Kentucky and features a lodge, cottages, the Windows on the Water Restaurant, a seasonal campground, 18-hole golf course, fitness center with indoor pool, marina, fishing, tennis courts, hiking trails, gift shop, and recreational and nature programming.



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