That question is fairly subjective, but after looking over the list that I found, I can't argue. 

Since I got my driver's license back in the day, I've always loved exploring.

Where does THAT road go?

What about THIS one?

I've covered a lot of ground in the tri-state. If there's a two-lane in Daviess County that I haven't traveled, I'd be very shocked.

So, it was quite a find, for me personally, when I came upon this list, from Autoblog.Com, of the Top 10 Scenic Drives in Kentucky.

I have driven a couple on the list--#3 Duncan Hines Scenic Byway and #5 Ohio River and Trail of Tears--so I have some catching up to do.

On these potential journeys, you'll get to see some of the Commonwealth's most beautiful sites like the Kentucky Ridge State Forest, Mammoth Cave National Park, and the Red River Gorge National Geological Area which is part of the Daniel Boone National Forest.

These scenic drives also provide an opportunity to visit some of Kentucky's most popular tourist spots.

Hey, fall is coming before we know it and THAT is the best time, in my opinion, for road trips like these.

Enjoy!