FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky State Parks are offering lodging discounts to current and former members of the military through the end of March.
A statement from the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet says the discounts begin Thursday and apply to active-duty military, veterans, National Guard members and reservists.
Parks Commissioner Donnie Holland said the discount is a way to show appreciation for those who have served their country.
With the discount, lodge rooms at most resort parks start at $59.95 a night and one-bedroom cottages start at $79.95.
There are 17 state resort parks that offer golf, fishing, hiking on scenic trails, beautiful scenery and restaurants.