The History of the Battle of Blue called to order an estimated audience of ten thousand people for the formal dedication ceremonies of the Blue Licks Battlefield
Established in 1927. Click here to download the park’s printable history. On January 25, 1927 Blue Licks State Park became Kentucky’s fifth state park.
Blue Licks Battlefield State Park is a park located near Mount Olivet, Kentucky in Robertson County. The park encompasses 148 acres (60 ha) and features a monument
Throughout history, the salt springs at Blue Licks State Park have attracted prehistoric s, Indians and pioneers such as the legendary Daniel Boone.
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Battle of Blue Licks; near a spring and salt lick known as the Lower Blue Licks. The Blue Licks battle site is commemorated at Blue Licks Battlefield State
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Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park offers top-notch camping, lodging, dining and meeting facilities in a historic setting. Check it out!
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