Just One of the Reasons to Visit John James Audubon State Park
Audubon Museum and Nature Center
Each time we visit John James Audubon State Park, I love it a little more. It may not be one of the larger Kentucky State Parks, but it is (without a doubt) one of the most beautiful, peaceful, and friendliest. The gorgeous Audubon Museum and Nature Center is a breathtakingly beautiful building – inside and out. It’s one of those “museums” where you’ve already seen uncommon beauty before you even walk through the doors.
The picture of the Audubon Museum and Nature Center above was taken on a recent trip. I’ve been COVERED up with work the past few weeks (whoever says working from home is a cake walk clearly has never truly worked from home!) – or I would have added all of the pictures we took by now.
I will… absolutely, positively… publish the pictures tomorrow on Genuine Kentucky, along with more information about this very special state park.
John James Audubon Spate Park is located on U.S. 41 – just north of of Henderson, ½-mile south of the U.S. 41 bridge over the Ohio River.