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Slade Travel Blogs (8)
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And We're Off on our First Backpacking Adventure!

A travel blog entry by mkeelster

Friday afternoon we arrived in Slade, Kentucky, home to the Daniel Boone National Forest. We were armed with our trail map, took a quick moment to look it over and decided to start out on the Hidden Arch Trail to see where it would take us.  We were ...

Mo Gorge, Mo Power, Slade, United States travel blog

Mo Gorge, Mo Power

A travel blog entry by benandlindsey

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Three weeks into our stint at the Red River Gorge in Kentucky, our minds and bodies had run through the trials and tribulations cycle that "The Red" presents. Lindsey suffered medial tendonosis in both her arms after week one. Somewhere between weeks two ...

Lotsa Rocks, Slade, United States travel blog

Lotsa Rocks

A travel blog entry by where2nxt

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This was the final portion of our spring break trip. We spent a lot more time at Natural Bridge than Red River Gorge just because the kids enjoyed this area more. Lil' Abner's was a great find. The reviews on Trip Advisor really do not give it the ...

Camping at Natural Bridge- Family Fun, Slade, United States travel blog

Camping at Natural Bridge- Family Fun

A travel blog entry by willjohnson

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Our family had lots of fun camping at Natural Bridge.  We hiked to Natural Bridge.  It was over a mile and steep climbing.  I saw a turtle that looked like a rock.  A squirrel freaked my mom out.  She thought it was a snake ...

Attractions in Slade

Slade Attractions (2)
Natural Bridge State Resort Park

Natural Bridge State Resort Park

4.50

2135 Natural Bridge Road, Slade, Kentucky, United States

Features a great natural sandstone arch that stands over the mountain.

Kentucky Reptile Zoo

Kentucky Reptile Zoo

4.00

1275 Natural Bridge Road, Slade, Kentucky, United States

There are few reptile collections that can compare to the diversity of animals on display at the Kentucky Reptile Zoo. Animals on exhibit range from an 18 foot reticulated python, our largest resident, to many types of venomous snakes such as cobras, vipers and rattlesnakes, to Fluffy the alligator. One of the favorite areas for kids is our Turtle Tracks Area, where both tortoises and aquatic turtles can be seen. Live reptile shows at 1, 3 and 5pm. Visit our website for details. Admission for 2008 is $6 for adults and $4 for kids 4-15, 3 and under free.