Kentucky Unbridled Spirit!!
Kentucky is known as the "Bluegrass State", a nickname based on theBluegrass found in many of its pastures because of the fertile soil. It is a land with diverse environments and abundant resources.
Kentucky is also home to the highest per capita number of deer andturkey in the United States, the largest free-rangingelk herd east of the Mississippi River, and the nation's most productivecoalfield. Kentucky is also known forHorse Racing, bourbon distilleries automobile manufacturing, tobacco,bluegrass music (Renfro Valley) Lakes and College Basketball!!
Kentucky's 90,000 miles (140,000 km) of streams provides one of the most expansive and complex stream systems in the nation. Kentucky has both the largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi in water volume (Lake Cumberland) and surface area (Kentucky Lake). It is the only U S state to be bordered on three sides by rivers—theMississippi River to the west, theOhio River to the north, and theBig Sandy River andTug Fork to the east. Its major internal rivers include theKentucky River,Tennessee River,Cumberland River,Green River andLicking River.
Though it has only three major natural lakes,the state is home to many artificial Lakes(Woods Creek). Kentucky also has more navigable miles of water than any other state in the union, other than Alaska.
Kentucky has an expansive Park System,Two National Recreation Areas, Two National Historic Parks, Including the Daniel Boone National Forest.
So if you love Nature,Lakes,WildLife, Horse Races and Bourbon, Come to Kentucky!!