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Explore Campbell County with this Trail Passport

Friday, November 6, 2020 by Wade Johnston

Hate the idea of getting lost on a hike? Well, here’s a resource to channel your inner cartographer and map out your own journey into the wilds of Northern Kentucky. In collaboration with local parks and recreation departments, the Campbell County Cooperative Extension office has compiled a Trail Passport for you to explore all the trails in the county.

Find your adventure on eighteen trails in nine different communities. Each map highlights the type of trail, distance, and difficulty level. From Bellevue Beach Park to AJ Jolly State Park, discover a variety of trails, greenspaces, and natural areas that Campbell County has to offer.

If you have questions about the Campbell County Trail Passport Project contact DJ Scully, Campbell County Natural Resources and Environmental Management Agent, at (859) 572-2600 or by email at [email protected]

Campbell County Cooperative Extension encourages you to take this short survey to share your experience. You can participate on social media too using #hikecampbellcountyky.

Happy trails!

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