Livingston County Trail
Location: The Livingston County Trail System is located just south of I-24 (Exit 31). Continue South on of KY 453 and turn right on Lodge Road.
Trailhead: There are two parking areas. The first lot is located next to the Tween The Rivers RV Park, and the other one is behind the Motel 6.
Note: January 30, 2019- Work on extending the Livingston County Trail System is underway with an excavator and a dozer clearing and benching the new trail sections. Anyone hiking, running, or biking should stay clear of these machines. The operators are concentrating on the work. It should not be assumed that they see you until you make positive eye contact with them. Vine and sapling removal can affect an area 100 feet or more in any direction around these machines. Safety first.
Description: The Blue Trail is a two-mile loop hiking trail made of hard pack gravel. It is interconnected with the three-mile long Green Bike Trail.
The Blue Trail follows a ridge line then opens up into a field, with a view the I-24 Bridge over the Cumberland River. The trail then loops down and back up through an old cemetery, climbing another ridge before descending to the other parking area.
The Green Trail is a three-mile bike trail.
The bike trails are currently being expanded and reconditioned.