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General Butler State Resort Park

May 6 - May 12

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Volunteers will spend Monday-Thursday performing vital projects on the Park’s 9 miles of trails. Various tasks will include: weed-eating, pruning, building footbridges, installing water-bars for steps & drainage, cutting & clearing fallen trees, installing roof Trail Shelter, repairing slope issues, and adding markers as needed for hiker assurance. If tasks are completed with minimal rain delays, Friday will be a free day for volunteers to enjoy the Park, or go explore the area.

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Host

Kentucky State Parks

Accommodations

Cabin/Lodge

Hiking/Access

Day Hiking up to 3 miles per day

Project Rating

Moderate

Minimum Volunteer Age

18

Maximum Group Size

20

Area and Attractions

General Butler SRP is located in Carrollton, Kentucky- halfway between Louisville, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio. The park sits on 791 acres, where visitors take part in hiking, swimming, golfing, and camping. The essence of southern charm- the park features a full-scaled resort/restaurant, camping, and other recreational amenities. Volunteers will be staying in Butler Lodge, and having breakfast & dinner at the park's restaurant called Two Rivers. Also Recreation will provide evening activities as a thank you for your generous gift of volunteering. Transportation will be provided as to/from the work sites. If you want the "Cadillac" of service trips, then you need to pick this trip!

Accommodations Description

Volunteers will stay in the park's Butler Lodge. Breakfast and dinner meals will be provided inside Butler Lodge's Two Rivers Restaurant. Lunches will be packed by each volunteer and taken on the trail. Linens will be provided. Volunteers should bring their own personal gear.

Travel

Airport Pickup provided from Louisville, KY

Location

General Butler State Resort Park
1608 US Hwy 227, Carrollton, Kentucky 41008 United States

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