The campsites are well cared for and are for the most part large with electric and water hookup. While he assumed the bones were from ancient elephants, the local native traditions claimed the bones to be those of white buffaloes that had been poisoned by the salty water. I loved the trail to see the bison! The mammoth and the mastodon were among the animals to visit the Lick. District of Columbia Morocco. TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. Reviewed August 27, via mobile Camping vacation.
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Camping at campground - Big Bone Lick State Historic Site
Our winter hours are: At Big Bone's Bioblitz, naturalist guides will be leading groups of park guests on multiple excursions throu Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission. This is a nice area, and very family friendly. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Share another experience before you go.