Hart County’s Blueway on the Green: an outdoor adventure paradise

The Hart County Blueway on the Green features 42.5 miles of paddling adventure on the Green River in Kentucky.  These miles include islands and sand bars to explore, blue holes to dip into – if you dare – and many springs to hang out around. (Featured blue hole photo by Matt McClintock.) the Blueway also includes the 300 Springs Waterfall, which is only accessible by boat. 

This Blueway begins at the private launch, Lynn Camp Creek, and runs to Dennison Ferry, just inside Mammoth Cave National Park.  Please note access must be arranged to launch at Lynn Camp Creek. Also, please note that there is no public access in-between Munfordville and Dennison Ferry. This trip is considered an overnight option.

Here’s the overview of the entire Blueway and the 7 trip options  PDF’s can be found below.

Hart County's Blueway on the Green overview

Hart County Blueways on the Green River Overview

Trip LCC1

Trip LCC2

Trip LCC3

Trip R1

Trip R2

Trip HWP1

Trip M1

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