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  • Go paddleboarding in a flooded Kentucky mine

    Stand Up Paddle Kentucky opened a new underground kayaking and glowing stand up paddle board experience in 2016 with Thrillsville adventure park in Slade, Kentucky, where guests can book through SUP and embark on a 1.5 mile tour through flooded mines that have since been flooded up to 28 feet deep with 30 degree waters.

Go paddleboarding in a flooded Kentucky mine

Stand Up Paddle Kentucky opened a new underground kayaking and glowing stand up paddle board experience in 2016 with Thrillsville adventure park in Slade, Kentucky, where guests can book through SUP and embark on a 1.5 mile tour through flooded mines that have since been flooded up to 28 feet deep with 30 degree waters.
Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com