*Subject to change. To be absolutely sure, call the LAC office at (859)873-3271.
We are excited our trail systems are open after a period of rehabilitation , thank you so much for your patience!
Trail conditions remain muddy but passable. As our trails are extra sensitive after the recent rains and rehabilitation, PLEASE keep horses on horse designated routes to help us preserve the more sensitive Mountain Bike trails!
Please note electric fence hazard on Equine Blue Trail, this is here to help protect crops from deer depredation.
We have new horse trail maps and way-points coming soon! Special thanks to Fort Harrod Back Country Horsemen for heading up this project!
We apologize for the mess, Ash Tree Salvage Logging in process.
A destructive species native to Asia and Eastern Russia, the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle was un-intentionally introduced to the United States in 2002, devastating millions of Ash Trees throughout the region. Unfortunately, The Life Adventure Center's Ash Trees are heavily infested and have suffered a massive “die-back.” To prevent risk to our patrons as well as an overwhelming load of dead trees damaging the property we need to selectively log the property's infested trees. Every effort will be employed to reduce disturbance to wildlife and our visitors’ experience during logging operations.
Similarly, land restoration efforts will begin immediately following tree removal. Your patience, understanding and support are appreciated during this challenging process of
healing our woodlands!
How to Identify Emerald Ash Borer
How to Identify Ash Trees