Benham Rail Trail - Harlan County

Benton National Wildlife Refuge Trail - Marshall County

Lexington - Big Sandy Trail - Multiple eastern Kentucky Counties

Blackford Pedestrian Bridge - Crittenden and Webster Counties

Brighton East Trail - Southeastern Lexington

Cadiz Railroad Trail - Trigg County

Cathy Crockett Memorial Trail - Pulaski & McCreary Counties

Clear Creek Trail - Bell County

Lexington Trails - Fayette County

Louisville Riverwalk - Ohio River Levee Trail - Jefferson County

Marion Rail Trail - Crittenden County

Muhlenberg County Rail Trail
Central City to Greenville

Newport–Southbank Bridge
aka Purple People Bridge, Campbell County

Sheltowee Trace - McCreary County

Stanford Depot and Rail Trail - Lincoln County

Sturgis Rail Trail - Union County

Uniontown Trail - Union County

White Plains - Hopkins County

Wingo Rail Trail - Graves County

Brighton East Rail Trail is the first rail trail in Fayette County. Construction of the first phase was completed in December 2006. This one mile paved trail from Bryant Road to Pleasant Ridge Drive is the first phase of a five mile trail in the area. Construction of Phase 2, from Pleasant Ridge Drive to Walnut Grove Lane was completed in 2013. This section is one mile. Parking for the trail is at Pleasant Ridge Park, 1350 Pleasant Ridge Drive.

Contact Keith Lovan, Project Engineer,

Twitter: @BrightonRtoT

Town Branch Trail (rail with trail). From downtown to Masterson Station Park. Phase I and II are complete with two miles from Masterson Station Park to Alexandria Road. With all phases complete, the trail is seven miles long approximately, asphalt, rail with trail +/- 2 miles.

Contact: Town Branch Trail, Inc., 155 Constitution St., Lexington, KY 40507
Van Meter Pettit, President and Treasurer.

Lexington/Big Sandy Project, Fayette, Clark, Montgomery, Bath, Rowan, Carter & Boyd Counties, Designated as a Millennium Trail. Lexington to Coalton (outside Ashland), 109 miles.

Proposed Rail-Trails

Proposed Rail-Trails

Kentucky Greenways

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