VISIT FORT DUFFIELD PARK & HISTORIC SITE


OPEN YEAR ROUND!

Kentucky's Largest and Best Preserved Earthen Fortication

                     - On the National Register of Historic Places & the American Battlefield Trust's Heritage Sites
                     - Living History Programs
                     - 10 Miles of Nationally Acclaimed Mountain Bike Trails for Experienced Riders and Challenging Hiking Trails
                     - Picnic Facilities
                     - School and Group Tours Available

Hours: Daylight to Dark, seven days a week.  No cost except during special events.  

Entrance to the park and historic site are just off U.S. 31W & Salt River Drive in West Point, Kentucky.  

Directions: Via U.S. 31W, 7.5 miles S. of the Gene Snyder Freeway (Hwy. 841) and 9 Miles North of the Main
Entrance to Fort Knox, Kentucky.  Turn East on Salt River Drive, then 1st right turn on Fort Duffield Road
(formerly Honeysuckle Lane).  Follow road across RR tracks and bear left around to the parking lot.  

GPS Coordinates: N37.99183, W085.94529 (Format: Decimal Degrees)

For map and directions, click here.



 

Page updated: 1 Jul 2020


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