Kentucky State Parks Military Discounts


FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky State Parks are offering lodging discounts to current and former members of our nation’s armed services with the “USA Military Discount” program from Nov. 1, 2015, to March 31, 2016.

“The Kentucky State Parks provide excellent outdoor opportunities for families,” Parks Commissioner Elaine Walker said. “We are proud to offer this lodging discount to help show our appreciation to the men and women who serve or who have served in uniform for our country.”

With the USA Military Discount, lodge rooms are available starting at $49.95 a night; one-bedroom cottages for $74.95 a night; two-bedroom cottages for $89.95 a night and three-bedroom cottages for $99.95 a night. Tax is not included in these rates. These rates are good at 11 resort parks plus the cottages at John James Audubon State Park.

The rate is $5 more per night at these parks: Barren River, Cumberland Falls, Kentucky Dam Village, Lake Barkley, Lake Cumberland and Natural Bridge.

The Kentucky State Parks have 17 resorts that offer golf, fishing, hiking on scenic trails, beautiful scenery and full-service restaurants. Many resorts are near or include historic sites and museums and offer programs during the fall and winter, such as elk tours, eagle watching tours and entertainment. (Greenbo Lake is currently closed for repairs.)

This offer may not be used in conjunction with other special discounts or packages. The discount is based on availability, for leisure travel only, and may exclude special events and holidays.

For more information about Kentucky State Parks and to make reservations, visit www.parks.ky.gov.

During the months of April through October, current and former members of the military can get a 10 percent lodging or camping discount.

(If you’re making your reservation online, use “USA” for the promo code for reservations between Nov. 1 and March 31. During the April through October period, select “military discount” when making an online reservation.)

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