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Enjoy Kentucky's State Parks

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by: Richard H. Pollock, MBA & Dr. Steve Pollock
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: September 27, 2022
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 97
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Color
ISBN: 9798885674706

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Book Synopsis
Kentucky natives wrote this book about how five generations of their family have enjoyed Kentucky's State Parks. Practical tips are provided about how your family can enjoy the parks. In addition, the book included a concise history of the Park System's development from 1924 to 2022.
Customer Comments
Posted: October 11, 2022
Customer comment 5 star rating
“Ever wanted to read about the Kentucky park system through the lens of a Kentucky native? This book delivers! Steve and his father, Richard, have crafted a book that not only guides you through the history of the Kentucky Parks System and their favorite parks, but you also enjoy their stories and become part of their family as you read through the funny narratives, view their family pictures, and understand what makes Kentucky Parks so unique! Steve and Richard take you deep into the park system and consolidate all their favorites into a concise guide filled with the treasures they have enjoyed for over 20 years of using the park system. It’s fun, witty, and just downright enjoyable! It’s everything from a quick reference guide to a fun Sunday afternoon read to learn more about a park you are interested in visiting. You may even have a Big Foot sighting…so beware! :) “

Dr. Doug Sloan
Retired Colonel US Army
Assistant Professor, American Public University System
Posted: October 11, 2022
Customer comment 5 star rating
“I loved the book. I found myself picturing the family reunions and the kids playing, the boat adventures…. Your book reminded me of that (the memories of being a part of the Park management system). Note: You spoke about your love for Kenlake, your honeymoon there, and family reunions. Kenlake was one of only a few segregated parks in history. Not something for our country to be proud of, but it is a significant part of history. I truly tried to honor the Cherokee Park when I worked at KL (Kenlake) and wished we were able to do more.”

Michelle Franke
General Manager, Holiday Inn Paducah Riverfront Kentucky
About The Author
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Richard is a retired engineer and a certified genealogist. His most recent books are The Girl Who Stole My Heart Became the Woman who Kept It, The Four of Us, and The Pollock Castles of Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Steve is a senior program manager and adjunct professor. His most recent books are Coaching (Six Sigma) Green Belts for Sustainable Success, and A Collection of Life Stories.

Both authors reside in Middletown, Kentucky, and are Kentucky natives.