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26-Sep-13 8:00 AM  EST  

Knott County’s Fall Trail Ride Set for Oct. 3-6 

Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet News Release

Sept. 24, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Seth Wheat,
502-564-4270, ext 167
 
FRANKFORT, Ky. -- The Knott County Fall Trail Ride, one of the largest trail riding events in Kentucky and the Southeast, is set for Oct. 3-6.

Thousands of riders and horses will descend upon the 43,000-acre Mine Made Paradise Adventure Park located just outside Hindman in Knott County.

There are more than 100 miles of trails at the park, and plenty of group rides are scheduled throughout the event. In addition to the riding and camping, there will be equine vendors, great food and live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.  Musical acts include Logan Hall, Halfway to Hazard and Keith Anderson.

Admission for the entire event is $20 per person, and children under 12 are admitted free. While the event doesn’t kick off officially until until Thursday, Oct. 3, many people will come early and stay all week. The campground will open at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 29.

The Knott County Trail Ride has become one of the premier riding events for the entire region, and continues to grow each year.  o learn more about the event, or the park and trail system, visit www.knottcountyadventure.com.

To find information about all of the outdoor opportunities and locations, as well as a calendar of events happening all across Kentucky, visit the Office of Adventure Tourism’s website at www.getoutky.com. Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/KYOutdoorAdventure, and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/kyadventures!  

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