Welcome to the Jackson County, Kentucky Tourism website!
Jackson County, Kentucky is a place of superb natural beauty.
One fourth of Jackson County is Daniel Boone National Forest (56,000 acres), making it representative of Eastern Kentucky’s unique Appalachian topography, wildlife, and heritage.
It is a place of rural simplicity and hidden treasures; a place of proud traditions and exciting vision. Jackson County is the birthplace of the Grand Ole Opry star “Stringbean” Akemon,
and the site of the annually reenacted Battle of Big Hill, the Civil War skirmish that led to the Battle of Richmond in Madison County. Jackson County is home to some of the state’s most beautiful and accessible attractions and recreation spots such as Flat Lick Falls, S-Tree Campground, Turkey Foot Campground, and the centermost trailhead
(located in the county seat, McKee) of the historic Sheltowee Trace.
To check out the most recently updated events in Jackson County, visit the
Jackson County Kentucky Tourism
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