Head outside and experience Kentucky's great places for yourself!
Together with partners, local landowners and people like you, we have helped to protect 50,000 acres of private and public land across the Commonwealth.
Our nature preserves include 18 miles of trail you can enjoy. Use the resources on this page to help plan your exploration.
Nature Preserves You Can Visit
Partner Sites You Can Visit
Explore these natural areas The Nature Conservancy played a role in protecting.
Big Rivers Wildlife Management Area
Boone County Cliffs Nature Preserve
Buck Creek Project
Dinsmore Woods Nature Preserve
Griffith Woods Wildlife Management Area
Livingston County Wildlife Management and State Natural Area
Thomas Dorman State Nature Preserve
Other Places We Protect
While not open to the public, these nature preserves further important conservation efforts.
Baumberger Barrens Nature Preserve
Buffalo Trace Nature Preserve
Crittenden Springs Glade Nature Preserve
Cypress Creek Swamp Nature Preserve
Davis Bend Nature Preserve
Eastview Barrens Nature Preserve
Embry Lay Nature Preserve
Hunter Bluff Nature Preserve
Jacob and Annie Cohen Forest Tract
Mary Breckinridge Memorial Preserve
Mrs. Baylor O. Hickman Memorial Preserve
Pine Creek Barrens Nature Preserve
Pine Mountain-Mullins Nature Preserve
Primroy Creek Nature Preserve
Sinking Creek Nature Preserve
Sunset Barrens Nature Preserve
Learn more about the areas where we work at larger scales around Kentucky.
Grand Rivers Corridor
Mississippi River Bayous
Central Appalachian Mountains
Buck Creek Stream & Wetland Restoration
Kentucky River Palisades
Salt River/Rolling Fork