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Tebbs Bend Conservation Area

Tebbs Bend Conservation Area

 
 
The Tebbs Bend Conservation Area was purchased with "Nature's Finest" license plate funds.  
 
Tebb's Bend is both a natural area and historic site. More than one mile of the Green River is protected here, along with a restored wetland, native grassland habitat and forested hiking trails. In addition, Confederate General John Hunt Morgan and his Kentucky Cavalry engaged Union troops at this site in 1863. The conservation area is adjacent to a nonprofit agricultural education area, the Homeplace on Green River. The area includes:
  • Several miles of trails that lead to the Green River and the Homeplace.
  • Historic interpretive signage.
  • A wetland viewing station to watch waterfowl and other birds.
  • An overlook of the planted native grasses.
  • To protect the water quality and habitat, daytime foot traffic only; camping, ATVs, horses and bicycles prohibited.
Location ​Taylor County
​Owner ​Taylor County Fiscal Court
​Size  185 acres
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​For more information Tebb's Bend Battlefield Association website