Off-Highway Vehicle trail could come to Knox

November 25, 2017

Denise Wainscott, director of Barbourville Tourism, revealed at the November 13 regular meeting that talk concerning an Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) facility in the Kay Jay community has resumed.

Currently, Scot Clouse with Barbourville Tourism reports there are approximately 80 miles of mapped illegal trails in the area that are being used. If an official OHV facility was implemented, Knox County would increase revenue.

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