Kentucky Ridge State Forest

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Kentucky Ridge State Forest
Nearest city Pineville, Kentucky
Coordinates 36°41′03″N 83°48′25″W / 36.68417°N 83.80694°W / 36.68417; -83.80694Coordinates: 36°41′03″N 83°48′25″W / 36.68417°N 83.80694°W / 36.68417; -83.80694
Area 15,251 acres (61.72 km2)
Established 1930
Governing body Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forests

Kentucky Ridge State Forest is a state forest in Bell County, Kentucky, United States. The 15,251 acres (61.72 km2) forest was created in 1930 as part of the Land Use and Resettlement Program. In 1954, the United States gave the forest to the state of Kentucky. It contains Pine Mountain State Resort Park.[1]

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