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Berea’s the place to do it.

Just 45 minutes from Lexington off I-75
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Get real.
Berea
where art’s alive
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Lake
Lake
Barkley
Hartford
Madisonville
Hawesville
Lewisport
Greenville
Beaver Dam
Rosine
Central City
Dixon
Henderson
Owensboro
Calhoun
Morganfeld
Russellville
Morgantown
Franklin
Bowling
Green
Hickman
Benton
Murray
Cadiz
Princeton
Marion
Eddyville
Kuttawa
Grand
Rivers
Smithland
Bardwell
Wicklife
Mayfeld Clinton Elkton
Fairview
Golden Pond
Paducah
Hopkinsville
Oak Grove
Cunningham
Gilbertsville
Providence
TABLE OF
Dear Kentucky Traveler:
On behalf of the people of Kentucky,
welcome to the Bluegrass State. Tere’s
only one Kentucky, and it’s waiting for
you to discover.
Our majestic lakes, unspoiled rivers and
impressive mountains beckon you to
experience outdoor activities like hiking, horseback riding, biking,
paddle sports and others. We have many vacation opportunities
ofering fresh air, scenic views and unforgettable adventures.
Horse farms, bourbon distilleries, wineries and big-city
entertainment invite you to enjoy the world-famous hospitality
and “unbridled spirit” of our people. Take a leisurely drive on one
of our scenic byways and unwind at a charming bed and breakfast,
state lodge or rustic campground.
In 2012, Kentucky is observing the Sesquicentennial of the Civil
War. Among the many commemorations at Civil War sites
throughout the Commonwealth will be the 150th anniversary
reenactment of the Battle of Perryville, one of the fercest
encounters of the confict fought on October 8, 1862.
Te 2012 Of cial Visitor’s Guide is the best resource to plan your
Kentucky adventure regardless of your destination. Enjoy the
Bluegrass State and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Sincerely,
Steven L. Beshear
Governor
Jane Beshear
First Lady
KENTUCKY SPOTLIGHTS:
Our Mane Araction 20
All Aboard 21
The Table is Set 22
Down on the Farm 23
Unbridled Spirits 24
The Curtain Rises 26
Treasure Hunting Kentucky Style 28
Lullaby and Good Night 30
REGIONS:
Caves, Lakes & Corvees Region 36-37
Western
Waterlands
40-41
Bluegrass, Blues &
Barbecue Region 42-43
ABOUT THE COVER:
Tere’s Only One Funnycide,
winner of the 2003 Kentucky
Derby. Visit Funnycide and
his famous stable
mates at the only
one Kentucky Horse Park.
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Buckhorn
Lake
Carr Fork
Lake
Laurel
River
Lake
Cave
Run
Lake
Fishtrap
Lake
Paintsville
Lake
Yatesville
Lake
Grayson
Lake
Rough
River Lake
Taylorsville
Lake
Kincaid
Lake
Green River Lake
Dale Hollow
Lake
Lake
Cumberland
Harrodsburg
Winchester
Nicholasville
Berea
Lancaster
Stanford
Danville
Paris
Carlisle
Cynthiana
Versailles
Midway
Lawrenceburg
Georgetown
Lexington
Frankfort
Richmond
Brownsville
Mammoth Cave
Scottsville
Glasgow
Edmonton
Cave City
Horse Cave
Munfordville
Tompkinsville
Bowling
Green
Williamsburg
Barbourville
Harlan Evarts
Hazard
Whitesburg
Cumberland
Hyden
Jackson
Hindman
Campton
Slade
Beattyville
Irvine
Stanton
McKee
Booneville
Buckhorn
Pineville
Middlesboro
London
Mount
Vernon
Manchester
Corbin
Ashland
Pikeville
Paintsville
Louisa
Sandy Hook
Inez
Salyersville
Greenup
Grayson
Morehead
Mount Sterling
West Liberty
Frenchburg
Prestonsburg
Elkhorn
City
Owingsville
Shepherdsville
Brandenburg
Bardstown
Taylorsville
Lebanon
Shelbyville
New Castle
Bedford
La Grange
Hodgenville
Elizabethtown
Louisville
rdinsburg
Radcliff
Leitchfield
Springfield
Flemingsburg
Maysville
Vanceburg
Augusta
Mount Olivet
Falmouth
Williamstown
Dry Ridge
Sparta
Owenton
Florence
Crestview Hills
Covington
Newport
Carrollton
Campbellsville
Greensburg
Burkesville
Jamestown
Russell Springs
Monticello
Whitley City
Liberty
Burnside
Albany
Columbia
Somerset
CONTENTS
FEATURES:
4 There’s Only One 10 Civil War 14 State Parks 18 Outdoors
Bourbon, Horses &
History Region 44-45
Northern Kentucky
River Region
48-49
Kentucky
Appalachians
32-33
Bluegrass
Region 46-47
Daniel Boone
Country
34-35
Kentucky’s Southern Shorelines 38-39
*All regional listings begin on page 50.
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www.kentuckytourism.com
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There’s Only ONE
KENTUCKY’S UNBRIDLED SPIRIT
whispers a welcome to all
visitors and invites them to
explore the only place called
Kentucky. Soaring mountains
define the east while lowlands,
meandering rivers and large
lakes define the west. And
in the center is the rolling
Bluegrass which nurtures the
rich equine culture that helps
define Kentucky.
When the world thinks of
Kentucky, the images of horses
grazing in rolling pastures or
thundering toward the finish
of the Kentucky Derby come to
mind. We are proud to be the
Horse Capital of the World but
there’s much more that makes
Kentucky incomparable.
The Commonwealth is the
birthplace of Abraham Lincoln,
Muhammad Ali, Bill Monroe,
Loretta Lynn and let’s not forget
bourbon. Today Kentucky’s
eight distilleries turn out 95
percent of the world’s bourbon
supply and most are open for
tours and tastings. Ever heard
of Kentucky Fried Chicken? Yes,
that’s right, the finger licking
good recipe was created by the
Colonel at his café in Corbin.
CLOCKWISE FROM BELOW:
SPECTATORS AT THE KENTUCKY DERBY,
LEXINGTON HORSE FARM, MY OLD
KENTUCKY HOME, BELLE OF LOUISVILLE
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FOR MORE “THERE’S ONLY ONE”
Some of nature’s most
spectacular formations can be
found in Kentucky. Mammoth
Cave is the world’s longest charted
cave system, and Cumberland
Falls is the Niagara of the South.
Follow the footsteps of Daniel
Boone and feel the exhilaration
of the pioneers as they crossed
the Cumberland Gap and headed
west into unknown territory.
The next few pages provide
a glimpse into many of Kentucky’s
extraordinary attractions and we
invite you to take some time
just to explore. We’re sure you
are not surprised we say that
there’s no place on earth like
Kentucky. Funny thing – it’s true!
“There’s Only One Kentucky,”
and we want you to experience it.

Horse Country
Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region is the
Horse Capital of the World and a
great place to get to know these
magnifcent four-legged creatures
better. Nearly every breed of horse
known to man can be found at the
Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington,
the world’s only theme park
dedicated to man’s relationship
with the horse. Touring legendary
horse farms amid beautiful rolling
hills is also a must-do.
www.visitlex.com | 800-845-3959
MONTE CASSINO
CHAPEL
www.kentuckytourism.com
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There’s Only ONE // KENTUCKY
Bourbon Country
In Bourbon Country, limestone-rich water, oak
barrels and old school Kentucky artisans come
together to produce a spirit like no other. Kentucky
distilleries account for 95 percent of the world’s
bourbon production. Nearly all the distilleries ofer
free tours and tastings for visitors eager to learn about
techniques that produce America’s native spirit.
www.kybourbon.com | 502-875-9351
LOUISVILLE
SLUGGER
MUSEUM
NATIONAL
CORVETTE MUSEUM
SHELBYVILLE,
AMERICAN SADDLEBRED
CAPITAL OF THE WORLD
BOURBON COUNTRY
LOST RIVER
CAVE
MUHAMMAD ALI
CENTER
CUMBERLAND GAP
NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
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Mammoth Cave National Park
Since 1816, visitors have come to explore ma-
jestic and intricate Mammoth Cave, the world’s
longest cave system. Due to its constant climate,
Mammoth Cave is open year-round and ofers
more than a dozen diferent tours. Visitors can
explore stalagmite forests, ceilings dripping with
stalactites and felds of striated columns. In the
national park above ground, you can also enjoy
camping, hiking, biking and horseback riding.
www.nps.gov/maca | 270-758-2170
LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES
NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
Lincoln’s
Birthplace
Built at the site of
Abraham Lincoln’s birth
near Hodgenville, the
Lincoln Birthplace National
Historical Park features a
solid marble, neoclassical
monument housing
the symbolic cabin of
Lincoln’s birth. Visitors
also enjoy seeing an audiovisual
presentation at the visitor center about the
16
th
president’s early life, Lincoln’s boyhood
home at Knob Creek and Sinking Spring,
where the Lincolns drew their water.
www.nps.gov/abli | 270-358-3138
MAMMOTH CAVE
NATIONAL PARK
KENTUCKY
DERBY MUSEUM
WORLD’S CHAMPIONSHIP
HORSE SHOW
BIRTHPLACE OF
LORETTA LYNN
ABRAHAM LINCOLN BIRTHPLACE NATIONAL
HISTORICAL PARK
JEFFERSON DAVIS
BIRTHPLACE
STATE HISTORIC SITE
NATIONAL QUILT MUSEUM

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Cumberland Falls
Known as the Niagara of the
South, Cumberland Falls is
a 125-foot-wide curtain of
water that plunges 60 feet
into a gorge strewn with
boulders. On clear nights
with a full moon, it’s also
the only place in the
western hemisphere
where a moonbow can be
experienced. e award-
winning state resort park
here features an inviting
lodge, comfortable cabins
and a rustic campground.
www.parks.ky.gov | 800-325-0063
RED RIVER GORGE
INTERNATIONAL
BAR-B-Q
FESTIVAL
GET MORE
INFORMATION
ON “THERE’S ONLY ONE”
KENTUCKY! VISIT
WWW.ONLYONEKENTUCKY.COM

KENTUCKY
HORSE PARK
CUMBERLAND
FALLS
BIRTHPLACE OF
BILL MONROE,
“FATHER OF
BLUEGRASS
MUSIC”
INTERNATIONAL
BLUEGRASS MUSIC MUSEUM
There’s Only ONE // KENTUCKY
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K ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 16th
President of the U.S. and
leader of the Union cause,
was born in Hodgenville,
where a national monument
and museum portray
his humble roots.
UNION
SIGNIFICANT
PERSONALITIES
HENRY CLAY, influential
U.S. Senator in the
pre-war years, led efforts
to avert the war over the
issue of slavery.
Tour his Lexington
estate, Ashland.
PETER BRUNER, born into
slavery in Clark County, tried
unsuccessfully to escape
many times before finally
succeeding when he joined
the Union army at
Camp Nelson.
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s the Sesquicentennial of the
Civil War unfolds during 2012
through 2015, Kentucky is recalling its role
as a state caught in the crossroads of this
calamitous conflict that shaped the future
development of the Bluegrass State and the
entire nation.
Among the many reenactments and
commemorations at Civil War sites
throughout the Commonwealth will be the
observance of the 150th anniversary of the
Battle of Perryville, fought on Oct. 8, 1862.
The Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site
near Danville, the largest intact Civil War
battlefield in the country, commemorates
the fiercest battle fought in Kentucky, where
in a single day more than 2,400 men died
and another 4,600 were wounded.
(www.perryvillereenactment.org)
In every region of the Commonwealth,
you can explore Kentucky’s poignant Civil
War story: a state divided by fierce loyalties
to both sides of the conflict. Battlefields,
military recruitment centers, cemeteries,
museums, monuments, historic homes and
tours all reveal insights into the conflict that
divided Kentucky communities and families
during the war and subsequent years.
More than 60,000 Kentuckians, including
20,000 African-Americans, fought for the

ABRAHAM LINCOLN
16th President of the U.S.
HENRY CLAY
U.S. Senator
PETER BRUNER
Union Soldier
Photo credits: Henry Clay and Jeferson Davis, Library of Congress; Peter Bruner, “Documenting the American South” –
University of North Carolina; Henry Bottom, courtesy Perryville Battlefeld State Historic Site. 10
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JEFFERSON DAVIS
Confederate President
JOHN HUNT MORGAN
Confederate General
HENRY BOTTOM
Confederate sympathizer
Union, while about 30,000 fought for the
Confederacy. About one-third of these
soldiers died from combat, disease
and exposure.
Both sides’ presidents, Abraham Lincoln
and Jefferson Davis, were Kentucky natives,
epitomizing the deep ideological schism
over slavery and other issues. Both men are
memorialized with monuments, Lincoln at
Hodgenville and Davis at Fairview.
Among the places where the lives of
enslaved African-Americans can be explored
is Farmington Historic Plantation in
Louisville, home of Joshua Speed, a lifelong
friend of Lincoln. Camp Nelson Heritage
Park in Jessamine County, where some
10,000 African-American soldiers trained,
provides insights into the uncertain plight
of freedom seekers, their wives, children and
other relatives who sought a better life there.
More information about Civil War
events and commemorations in 2012
and coming years can be found at
www.history.ky.gov/civilwar. For more
information on Kentucky’s Civil War sites,
visit www.kentuckycivilwartrails.org.
JEFFERSON DAVIS,
the only president
of the Confederacy,
was born in Fairview,
where a state historic
site contains a 351
foot monument.
A State Divided
CAMP NELSON
CONFEDERATE
SIGNIFICANT
PERSONALITIES
HENRY BOTTOM
was a slave owner and
Unionist who was
branded a Confederate
sympathizer, and whose
farm the site of the
Battle of Perryville, open
for tours.
Confederate General
JOHN HUNT MORGAN,
born in Lexington, led
cavalry raids through
north and south central
Kentucky, where you
can follow trails that
recall these events.
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN BIRTHPLACE
NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
2996 Lincoln Farm Road
Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748
270-358-3137
www.nps.gov/abli
ABRAHAM LINCOLN BOYHOOD
HOME AT KNOB CREEK
2996 Lincoln Farm Road
Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748
270-358-3137
www.nps.gov/abli
ABRAHAM LINCOLN SCULPTURE
Washington County
Judicial Center
110 East Main Street
Springfield, Kentucky 40069
859-336-5440
ASHLAND, THE HENRY CLAY
ESTATE
120 Sycamore Road
Lexington, Kentucky 40502
859-266-8581
www.henryclay.org
BATTLE OF IVY MOUNTAIN
West Liberty Tourism
565 Main Street
West Liberty, Kentucky 41472
606-743-3330
BATTLE OF RICHMOND
101 Battlefield Memorial Highway
Richmond, Kentucky 40475
859-248-1974
www.battleofrichmond.org
BATTLE OF SACRAMENTO
P.O. Box 245
Sacramento, Kentucky 42372
270-736-5114
BATTLES OF CYNTHIANA
Cynthiana-Harrison County
Chamber of Commerce
201 South Main Street
Cynthiana, Kentucky 41031
859-234-5236
CAMP NELSON HERITAGE PARK
6614 Danville Road
Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356
859-881-5716
www.campnelson.org
CAMP WILDCAT PRESERVATION
FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 1510
London, Kentucky 40743
606-864-9776
CAVE HILL CEMETERY
Louisville Convention &
Visitors Bureau
One Riverfront Plaza
401 West Main Street, Suite 2300
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
502-584-2121
www.gotolouisville.com
CIVIL WAR FORT
AT BOONESBORO
Winchester-Clark County
Tourism Commission
2 South Maple Street
Winchester, Kentucky 40391
859-744-0556
www.tourwinchester.com
COLUMBUS-BELMONT
STATE PARK
350 Park Road
Columbus, Kentucky 42032
270-677-2327
www.parks.ky.gov
CUMBERLAND GAP NATIONAL
HISTORICAL PARK
91 Bartlett Park Road
Middlesboro, Kentucky 40965
606-248-2817
www.nps.gov/cuga
FARMINGTON HISTORIC
PLANTATION
3033 Bardstown Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40205
502-452-9920
www.historichomes.org/
Farmington
FORT DUFFIELD
Fort Duffield Heritage Commission
16706 Abbott’s Beach Road
West Point, Kentucky 40177
502-922-4574
www.fortduffield.t35.com
FORT HEIMAN
Murray Convention & Visitors Bureau
201 South 4th Street
Murray, Kentucky 42071
270-759-2199
FORT HILL -
LESLIE MORRIS PARK
c/o Capital City Museum
325 Ann Street
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
502-696-0607
www.frankfortparksandrec.com
FORT SMITH
Smithland Area Chamber
of Commerce
Smithland, Kentucky 42081
270-928-2446
FRANKFORT CEMETERY
Frankfort/Franklin County
Tourist & Convention Commission
100 Capital Avenue
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
800-960-7200
FRAZIER INTERNATIONAL
HISTORY MUSEUM
829 West Main Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
502-753-5663
www.fraziermuseum.org
FREEDOM UNDERGROUND
RAILROAD STATION
Phillips Folly, 227 Sutton Street
Maysville, Kentucky 41056
606-375-5607
GREENHILL CEMETERY
Frankfort/Franklin County
Tourist & Convention Commission
100 Capital Avenue
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
800-960-7200
www.visitfrankfort.com
HARDIN COUNTY
HISTORY MUSEUM
201 West Dixie Avenue
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701
270-763-8339
www.hardinkyhistory.org
HUNT-MORGAN HOUSE
201 North Mill Street
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
859-233-3290
www.bluegrasstrust.org/hunt-
morgan.html
JAMES A. RAMAGE CIVIL WAR
MUSEUM/BATTERY HOOPER
City of Fort Wright
1402 Highland Avenue
Fort Wright, Kentucky
859-344-1145
JEFFERSON DAVIS BIRTHPLACE
STATE HISTORIC SITE
258 Pembroke-Fairview Road
Fairview, Kentucky 42221
270-889-6100
www.parks.ky.gov
LEXINGTON CEMETERY
833 West Main Street
Lexington, Kentucky 40508
859-255-5522
www.visitlex.com/idea/gardens.php
LEXINGTON HISTORY MUSEUM
215 West Main Street
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
859-254-0530
www.lexingtonhistorymuseum.org
LINCOLN HOMESTEAD STATE PARK
5079 Lincoln Park Road
Springfield, Kentucky 40069
859-336-7461
www.parks.ky.gov
LINCOLN MEMORIAL
AT WATERFRONT PARK
Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau
One Riverfront Plaza
401 West Main Street, Suite 2300
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
502-584-2121
www.gotolouisville.com
LINCOLN MUSEUM
66 Lincoln Square
Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748
270-358-3163
www.lincolnmuseum-ky.org
LINCOLN STATUES
City of Hodgenville
200 South Lincoln Boulevard
Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748
270-358-3832
www.hodgenvillekentucky.org/poi.asp
LLOYD TILGHMAN HOUSE
AND CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
121 South Second Street
Paducah, Kentucky 42001
270-443-7759
MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL PARK
1 Mammoth Cave Parkway, P.O. Box 7
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky 42259
270-758-2180
www.nps.gov/maca/
MARY TODD LINCOLN HOUSE
578 West Main Street
Lexington, Kentucky 40505
859-233-9999
www.mtlhouse.org
MIDDLE CREEK NATIONAL
BATTLEFIELD
P.O. Box 326
Prestonsburg, Kentucky 41653
www.middlecreek.org
MILL SPRINGS BATTLEFIELD
P.O. Box 282
Nancy, Kentucky 42544
606-636-4045
www.millsprings.net
MUNFORD BATTLEFIELD
AND ROWLETT’S STATION
Battle for the Bridge Historic Preserve
449 Charlie Dowling Road
Munfordville, Kentucky 42765
270-774-2098
www.battleforthebridge.org
NATIONAL UNDERGROUND
RAILROAD MUSEUM
38 West Fourth Street
Maysville, Kentucky 41056
606-564-3200
www.bierbower.org
OLD BARDSTOWN VILLAGE
CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
310 East Broadway
Bardstown, Kentucky 40004
502-349-0291
www.civil-war-museum.org
OLD FORT HARROD
STATE PARK
100 South College Street
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330
859-734-3314
www.parks.ky.gov
OLD STATE ARSENAL
Kentucky Historical Society
100 West Broadway
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
502-564-1792, history.ky.gov
OLD STATE CAPITOL
Kentucky Historical Society
100 West Broadway
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
502-564-1792, history.ky.gov
PERRYVILLE BATTLEFIELD
STATE HISTORIC SITE
1825 Battlefield Road
Perryville, Kentucky 40468
859-332-8631
www.perryvillebattlefield.org
RIVERVIEW AT
HOBSON GROVE
Friends of Riverview
1100 West Main Avenue
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
270-843-5565
www.bgky.org/riverview
SHAKER VILLAGE
OF PLEASANT HILL
3501 Lexington Road
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330
859-734-5411
www.shakervillageky.org
SPALDING HALL
114 North Fifth Street
Bardstown, Kentucky 40004
502-348-2999
STATE CAPITOL ROTUNDA
700 Capitol Avenue
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
502-564-3449
capitol.ky.gov
TEBBS BEND BATTLEFIELD
2218 Tebbs Bend Road
Campbellsville, Kentucky 42718
270-789-3025
www.tebbsbend.com
THOMAS D. CLARK CENTER
FOR KENTUCKY HISTORY
Kentucky Historical Society
100 West Broadway
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
502-564-1792, history.ky.gov
WAVELAND STATE HISTORIC SITE
225 Waveland Museum Lane
Lexington, Kentucky 40514
859-272-3611
www.parks.ky.gov
WHITE HALL STATE
HISTORIC SITE
500 White Hall Shrine Road
Richmond, Kentucky 40475
859-623-9178
www.parks.ky.gov
WOMEN’S CIVIL WAR
MUSEUM
204 East Broadway Street
Bardstown, Kentucky 40004
502-350-0632
Kentucky Civil War
HERITAGE TRAIL SITES
For more information visit
www.kycivilwartrails.org
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Kentucky /// STATE PARKS
KENTUCKY
discover
KENTUCKY
A GREAT PLACE
TO GET OUTSIDE
Kentucky State Parks offer
everyone a chance to get
outside. Whether it’s hiking,
water sports, riding a horse
or a round at an award-
winning golf course, our
state parks are for outdoor
adventures. The nature, fresh
air and quiet time are all free,
so enjoy them!
discover discover
www.parks.ky.gov
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The largest developed state park
system in the U.S.
ravel anywhere in Kentucky and you’re never far from
a Kentucky state park. With 51 parks throughout the
Bluegrass State, Kentucky proudly boasts the largest
developed state park system in the country.
Each park has its own individual attributes, from inviting lake
shorelines to majestic mountains, and from winding caves to
enchanting woodlands. With special places to explore, discover
and inspire, Kentucky’s playgrounds feature various attractions,
including multi-use trails, marinas, golf courses, tennis courts
and swimming pools.
Divided into three categories – 17 resort parks, 23 recreational
parks and 11 historic parks – Kentucky State Parks welcome
millions of visitors annually. Resort parks, each with a
comfortable full-service lodge and dining room, are great
places for family vacations. Take a lot of natural wonder,
add accommodations and dining, and what you get is an
unforgettable experience.
Recreational parks are for activities like golf, swimming,
fishing and camping, just to name a few. Kentucky
also has parks devoted to history – pioneers, Native
Americans, the Civil War and historic mansions,
among other interests. Many of these historic
parks offer living history programs and events like
battle reenactments.
Kentucky State Parks are known for a wide variety
of fun activities. Among these are:
Wildlife viewing. Take a tour to see elk, bald
eagles and hundreds of varieties of birds.
Water fun. Lakes and rivers are great for boating, fishing and
water skiing. Marinas offer boat rentals, and park lodges have
swimming pools for summertime fun.
Living history. History comes alive at state parks with Civil
War and Revolutionary battle reenactments, while pioneer days
and Native American history can also be experienced.
Outdoor adventure. With hundreds of miles of multi-use
trails, hiking, biking and horseback riding, state parks offer
year-round pleasure. Two parks offer equestrian camping.
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VISIT A KENTUCKY STATE PARK and you’ll soon
discover that it takes more than a day to enjoy all the
activities at your disposal. That’s why 17 resort parks have
lodges and cottages and 31 parks feature campgrounds –
spend the night and begin the next day’s adventure.
Kentucky State Parks operate
lodges, cottages and campgrounds
to suit your own style for overnight
accommodations. An online
reservations system at www.parks.
ky.gov provides an easy way to check
rates, availability and reserve your
lodge room, cottage or camp site.
Each of Kentucky’s 17 resort
parks has a full-service lodge with
comfortable hotel-type rooms with
wireless internet access. Many have
cottages offering privacy and seclusion
amid beautiful wooded settings.
Deluxe comfort is yours when you
stay at AAA 3-Diamond rated
Pine Mountain, Kentucky Dam
Village and Cumberland Falls
State Resort Parks.
At 31 park campgrounds you can
have a great time in anything from a
pup tent to an RV. All campgrounds
feature utility hookups, most have
camp stores and a few offer sites for
guests with horses. Most campgrounds
are open April through October
(several are open year-round), and
you can make reservations up to a
year in advance. Sites can be reserved
for up to two weeks.
accommodations
LODGES
COTTAGES
campgrounds
If it’s privacy and seclusion
you crave, you can’t beat
a vacation cottage at
Kentucky State Parks.
Enjoy all the comforts of
home in a tranquil wooded
setting near park activities.
With campgrounds at
31 state parks throughout
Kentucky, you’re bound to
be able to find a setting that
satisfies your desire to get
close to woods, water and
other natural delights.
Enjoy great amenities
with unbeatable views.
Full-service lodges with
restaurants and free wireless
internet are available at
17 state resort parks.
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RESORT PARKS
BARREN RIVER LAKE
1149 State Park Road
Lucas, KY 42156
800-325-0057
BLUE LICKS BATTLEFIELD *
Highway 68
Mt. Olivet, KY 41064
800-443-7008
BUCKHORN LAKE
4441 KY Highway 1833
Buckhorn, KY 41721
800-325-0058
CARTER CAVES
344 Caveland Drive
Olive Hill, KY 41164
800-325-0059
CUMBERLAND FALLS
7351 Highway 90
Corbin, KY 40701
800-325-0063
DALE HOLLOW LAKE
5970 State Park Road
Burkesville, KY 42717
800-325-2282
GENERAL BUTLER *
1608 Highway 227
Carrollton, KY 41008
866-462-8853
GREENBO LAKE
965 Lodge Road
Greenup, KY 41144
800-325-0083
JENNY WILEY
75 Theatre Court
Prestonsburg, KY 41653
800-325-0142
KENLAKE
542 Kenlake Road
Hardin, KY 42048
800-325-0143
KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE
113 Administration Drive
Gilbertsville, KY 42044
800-325-0146
LAKE BARKLEY
3500 State Park Road
Cadiz, KY 42211
800-325-1708
LAKE CUMBERLAND
5465 State Park Road
Jamestown, KY 42629
800-325-1709
NATURAL BRIDGE
2135 Natural Bridge Road
Slade, KY 40376
800-325-1710
PENNYRILE FOREST
20781 Pennyrile Lodge Road
Dawson Springs, KY 42408
800-325-1711
PINE MOUNTAIN
1050 State Park Road
Pineville, KY 40977
800-325-1712
ROUGH RIVER DAM
450 Lodge Road
Falls of Rough, KY 40119
800-325-1713
RECREATION PARKS
BIG BONE LICK – NATIONAL
NATURAL LANDMARK *
3380 Beaver Road
Union, KY 41091
859-384-3522
CARR CREEK
Highway 15
Sassafras, KY 41759
606-642-4050
COLUMBUS-BELMONT *
350 Park Road
Columbus, KY 42032
270-677-2327
E. P. “TOM” SAWYER
3000 Freys Hill Road
Louisville, KY 40241
502-426-8950
FISHTRAP LAKE
2204 Fishtrap Road
Pikeville, KY 41501
606-437-7496
FORT BOONESBOROUGH *
4375 Boonesborough Road
Richmond, KY 40475
859-527-3131
GENERAL
BURNSIDE ISLAND
8801 South Highway 27
Burnside, KY 42519
606-561-4104
GRAYSON LAKE
314 Grayson Lake Park Road
Olive Hill, KY 41164
606-474-9727
GREEN RIVER LAKE
179 Park Office Road
Campbellsville, KY 42718
270-465-8255
JOHN JAMES
AUDUBON *
3100 US Highway 41 North
Henderson, KY 42419
270-826-2247
KINCAID LAKE
565 Kincaid Park Road
Falmouth, KY 41040
859-654-3531
KINGDOM COME
502 Park Road
Cumberland, KY 40823
606-589-2479
LEVI JACKSON *
998 Levi Jackson Mill Road
London, KY 40744
606-330-2130
LINCOLN HOMESTEAD *
5079 Lincoln Park Road
Springfield, KY 40069
859-336-7461
LAKE MALONE
331 State Route 8001
Dunmore, KY 42339
270-657-2111
MINERAL MOUND
48 Finch Lane
Eddyville, KY 42038
270-388-3673
MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME *
501 East Stephen Foster Avenue
Bardstown, KY 40004
502-348-3502
NOLIN LAKE
2998 Brier Creek Road
Bee Spring, KY 42207
270-286-4240
OLD FORT HARROD *
100 South College Street
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
859-734-3314
PAINTSVILLE LAKE
1551 KY 2275
Staffordsville, KY 41256
606-297-8486
PINE MOUNTAIN
STATE SCENIC TRAIL
TAYLORSVILLE LAKE
1320 Park Road
Taylorsville, KY 40071
502-477-8713
YATESVILLE LAKE
2667 Pleasant Ridge Road
Louisa, KY 41230
606-673-1492
HISTORIC SITES
BOONE STATION
240 Gentry Road
Lexington, KY 40502
CONSTITUTION SQUARE
134 South Second Street
Danville, KY 40422
859-239-7089
DR. THOMAS WALKER
4929 KY 459
Barbourville, KY 40906
606-546-4400
ISAAC SHELBY CEMETERY
6725 KY 300
Stanford, KY 40484
859-239-7089
JEFFERSON DAVIS
MONUMENT *
Highway 68 E
Fairview, KY 42221
270-889-6100
OLD MULKEY MEETING
HOUSE
38 Old Mulkey Park Road
Tompkinsville, KY 42167
270-487-8481
PERRYVILLE BATTLEFIELD *
1825 Battlefield Road
Perryville, KY 40468
859-332-8631
WAVELAND *
225 Waveland Museum Lane
Lexington, KY 40514
859-272-3611
WHITE HALL *
500 White Hall Shrine Road
Richmond, KY 40475
859-623-9178
WICKLIFFE MOUNDS *
94 Green Street
Wickliffe, KY 42087
270-335-3681
WILLIAM WHITLEY HOUSE *
625 William Whitley Road
Stanford, KY 40484
606-355-2881
Kentucky State Parks
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
www.parks.ky.gov
www.facebook.com/kystateparks
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LAKE CUMBERLAND
GOLFING
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HIKING
With more than 3,500 miles of
maintained trails, Kentucky can
accommodate everyone from
adventurous backpackers to casual
strollers. Kentucky’s state park
system has a multitude of hiking
and trekking opportunities – some
with guides – that showcase many
of the state’s most beautiful and
historic locations.
Hiking in Daniel Boone National
Forest or Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area are
opportunities outdoor lovers will
not want to miss.
ATVs & OHVs
Taking an off-road adventure is a
great way to experience the moun-
tains and hills of Kentucky. The
state’s many reclaimed coal-mining
sites and old forest roads provide
more than 1,300 miles of trails of
varying difficulty. Novice and expert
riders experience picturesque land-
scapes and exciting terrain.
Southeastern Kentucky’s Harlan,
Knott, Bell and Leslie counties have
been recognized by ATV media as
some of the best off-road destina-
tions in the country. With more
than 1,000 miles of trails, this area
is among the country’s most ATV-
friendly spots for visiting riders.
CAVING
Caving, or spelunking, is a natural
for Kentucky, home to the world’s
longest cave system – Mammoth
Cave – and more than a half dozen
other caves open to the public from
eastern to western Kentucky.
Mammoth Cave National Park in
south central Kentucky offers a wide
variety of expeditions to explore a
subterranean world with unusual
creatures and unbelievable formations.
CLIMBING
Kentucky is home to many rock
climbing opportunities, including
world-renowned Red River Gorge
Geological Area, the premier
climbing spot in the eastern U.S.
With approximately 26,000 acres
nestled in Daniel Boone National
Forest, the Gorge offers thousands
of climbs for all skill levels.
Another mecca for climbers in
eastern Kentucky is Torrent Falls,
comprised of three cascading
waterfalls with the largest one flow-
ing over a natural rock house. Here
climbers can practice the European
sport of Via Ferrata, using suspend-
ed engineered pathways along
cliff lines to explore previously
inaccessible landscapes.
BIKING
Biking is one of the fastest-growing
activities in the country, and
Kentucky is becoming a choice
destination for both mountain and
road bikers. From 1,800 miles of
trails in pristine national and state
parks to thousands of miles of scenic
road tours, bikers can find excellent
places to ride all over the state.
PADDLE SPORTS
More miles of navigable water than
any other state in the lower 48
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provide canoeists, rafters and
kayakers choices among rippling
streams, calm lakes or fast-flowing
whitewater. Nine state rivers are
Kentucky Wild Rivers, a designation
that protects their right-of-ways
from construction, mining or any
other man-made intrusions. The
Wild Rivers boast whitewater rapids
for paddling, cool pools for swim-
ming and abundant sport fisheries.
HORSEBACK
RIDING
Horse enthusiasts will find a
world-class experience in Kentucky,
“Horse Capital of the World.” With
more than 1,800 miles of trails in
every region of the state, everyone
from the beginner to the most
accomplished rider can find a
challenging ride.
Dozens of horseback riding
outfitters, private guides and
organized trail rides across the state
can help you unleash your inner
cowboy and get close to these
magnificent four-legged creatures.
ZIP LINING
Zip lining has emerged in the
past few years as an increasingly
popular adventure activity. Many of
Kentucky’s adventure destinations
now offer zip lines as a new way to
experience their location.
Tree-top canopy tours are a fun
way to experience the breathtaking
beauty of Kentucky’s wooded
settings from an extraordinary
perspective. The same heart-
pumping excitement is now enjoyed
year round in the world’s only
underground zip line at Louisville’s
Mega Caverns.
Zip line tours accommodate
groups both large and small and
the changing seasons make each
trip a new adventure.
CAMPING
If it’s a more rustic backwoods
adventure you crave, pack your
tent and hit the trail for an
experience that will clear your
mind and get you close to
nature. Explore by day and sleep
under the stars by night. Many
of Kentucky’s state parks feature
campgrounds with showers, utility
hookups and other amenities amid
thickly wooded sites.
WILDLIFE VIEWING
Kentucky has the largest population
of elk east of the Mississippi River,
including herds in both eastern and
western parts of the state. You can
also observe black bears, buffalo,
eagles, sandhill cranes, deer and
many other species of wildlife in
their natural habitats.
To plan your adventure, visit
www.getoutKY.com.
Kentucky encourages
all outdoor adventurers
to follow the Leave
No Trace and
Tread Lightly outdoor
ethics principles.
For more information about these
minimal impact programs visit
www.lnt.org or www.treadlightly.org
For additional outdoor information in Kentucky
go to www.getoutKY.com
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Thoroughbred horse racing is a
major araction with millions of
fans watching races throughout
the state. Kentucky is home
to the best-known horse race
in the world, the Kentucky
Derby, held the first Saturday
of May at Churchill Downs in
Louisville, and you can find
horse racing at a Kentucky track
almost any day of the year.
While thoroughbreds are
considered racing royalty, the
American Saddlebred is the
only breed that originated in
the Commonwealth. These
horses were in great demand
for their smooth gait for
traveling by horseback but
are now considered the elite
of the show ring. The World’s
Championship Horse Show
for American Saddlebreds is
held in Louisville each August
in conjunction with the Ken-
tucky State Fair. This exciting
and prestigious event crowns
world champion Saddlebreds
in different divisions each
year. The show aracts people
from across the country and
the world including more than
2,000 horses competing for
more than $1 million in awards.
You can soak up a lot of
equine atmosphere by simply
taking a drive down the country
lanes of horse country. The
Bluegrass Region around
Lexington is known as the
Horse Capital of the World
due to the concentration of
more than 500 Thoroughbred
farms. Shelby County is the
American Saddlebred Capital
of the World. Farm tours can
be arranged for thoroughbred
and saddlebred farms by
contacting the areas’ local
tourism offi ces.
For more information on
the many aractions that
showcase Kentucky’s “true
blue bloods,” as well as stables
that offer trail rides, visit
www.kentuckytourism.com.
ORSES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AN
important part of Kentucky’s
heritage. As early as 1800 the
quality of Kentucky horses was known
throughout the country, and today
Kentucky remains known for its horses.
KENTUCKY
HORSE PARK:
A visit to Kentucky
would be incomplete
without a stop at the
Kentucky Horse Park.
This 1,200-acre working
horse farm is home to some
115 horses representing
approximately 50 different
breeds. Most of these
horses are housed in
barns throughout the
park including the Hall of
Champions, Breeds Barn,
Draft Horse Barn, Carriage
Horse Barn and Big Barn.
Also at the Horse Park you
can visit the International
Museum of the Horse, a
Smithsonian affiliate which
is dedicated to the history of
the horse and its unmatched
relationship with humans
through time.
www.kyhorsepark.com
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There’s nothing quite like the experience
of train travel through picturesque
scenery. Viewing Kentucky’s vistas by
rail offers opportunities to see and hear
the power of locomotives as they snake
along tracks and recall a time when they
were the primary mode of travel in the
Bluegrass State.
Excursions aboard vintage trains
powered by locomotives are available
at the following:
Kentucky Railway Museum, New
Haven, www.kyrail.org: All aboard a
vintage train powered by L&N Engine #152,
a steam locomotive built in 1905, for a
22-mile trip through the Rolling Fork River
Valley. Big South Fork Scenic Railway,
Stearns, www.bsfsry.com: The Kentucky
& Tennessee Railway launches a 16-mile
round trip into the Daniel Boone National
Forest and Big South Fork National River
& Recreation Area. Bluegrass Railroad
Museum, Versailles, www.bgrm.org:
See the scenic rolling hills of Woodford
County float by on a one-hour, seven-mile
train ride in enclosed and comfortable
coaches. My Old Kentucky Dinner Train,
Bardstown, www.kydinnertrain.com:
Savor dishes prepared on board by
chefs in a modern kitchen car as you glide
along a 20-mile trek from Bardstown to
Limestone Springs and back.
For travel on present-day rails,
Amtrak operates two passenger lines with
stops in Kentucky. Between Washington
and Cincinnati, the “Cardinal” wends its
way through the Appalachian Mountains
with stops in Ashland, South Shore and
Maysville as the tracks follow the shores
of the Ohio River through the hills of
northeastern Kentucky. Also, the “City of
New Orleans” makes a daily stop in Fulton,
in the state’s southwestern tip, on its run
between Chicago and New Orleans.
TRAIN MUSEUMS AND DEPOTS ABOUND IN KENTUCKY
MANY HISTORIC DEPOTS AND RAILWAY MUSEUMS are waiting to be discovered in towns and cities throughout
the state. These include the Fordsville Depot Museum; Historic Railpark and Train Museum, Bowling Green;
Irvington Depot and Museum; Nicholas County Depot & Museum; Stanford Historic L&N Depot; Vanceburg
Railroad Depot Museum; Caldwell Railroad Museum, Princeton; Corbin Railroad Museum; Elkhorn City
Railroad Museum; Guthrie Railroad Museum; Paducah Railroad Museum; Railway Museum of Greater
Cincinnati, Covington; Wilmore Railroad Museum; and Nostalgia Station Toy & Train Museum, Versailles.
HISTORIC RAILPARK
AND TRAIN MUSEUM,
BOWLING GREEN
KENTUCKY RAILWAY
MUSEUM, NEW HAVEN
TEP ABOARD VINTAGE CARS
to discover the important role
that trains played in the state’s
history. Visit museums that
display fascinating collections of railroad
equipment and memorabilia.
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The key to a tasty trip is to
explore. Here are some of
our recommendations:
The Hot Brown was created
in the kitchen of Louisville’s
Brown Hotel during the 1920s.
Stop by J. Graham’s Café to
sample this signature dish.
Pai’s 1880s Selement
in Grand Rivers is known for
their two-inch pork chops and
mile-high meringue pies. Get
there early to explore the
village of log cabins and novel
shops.
Built in 1909, Berea’s
Boone Tavern is on the
National Register of Historic
Places. Sample their spoon
bread and Chicken Flakes in a
Bird’s Nest, two of their
house specialties.
Claudia Sanders’ Dinner
House, in Shelbyville, was
founded by a famous colonel
and today continues to serve
fried chicken, country ham and
eight (count ‘em 8) vegetables.
Western Kentucky is known
for barbecue and almost every
town has their favorite joint.
Owensboro’s Moonlite
Barbecue serves hundreds of
pounds of barbecued muon,
pork and chicken each week.
Pull up a chair at Renfro
Valley’s historic Lodge
Restaurant and enjoy classic
down-home “country fixins”
and Boardin’ House Suppers
for groups of 10 or more.
Fresh seafood, a fantastic
view and menu items to tempt
all appetites are what keep
people coming to the The
Harbor at Lee’s Ford Marina
near Somerset.
Cave City’s Sahara
Steakhouse grills their steaks
over an open flame and their
Sirloin forTwo is one of their
specialties. For something
lighter, their homemade
vegetable beef soup is known
from Chicago to Florida.
Out of room already and
our list is just geing started.
Visit www.kentuckytourism.com
for more mouthwatering
suggestions.
NOWN FOR ITS COUNTRY
HAM and Hot Browns,
burgoo and Benedictine,
spoonbread and corn pudding and, of
course, finger-lickin’ good barbecue
and fried chicken, Kentucky is a
treat for your taste buds.
FOOD FESTIVALS
Kentuckians celebrate food
at festivals throughout the
year. Here is just a sample
of what you can find:
Beer Cheese Festival,
Winchester: Highlights a
flavorful dip/spread that
originated in Kentucky in
the 1930s-40s.
Chocolate Festival,
Washington: Vendors
line the main street of
this 1700s village where
chocolate is offered in
shops and museums.
Mountain Mushroom
Festival, Irvine:
Mushroom theme
activities include a morel
market, cook-off and
contests for largest and
most mushrooms.
Annual Tater Day, Benton:
Begun in 1842 as an annual
trade day for selling and
trading sweet potatoes.
The festival will celebrate
170 years in 2012.
For details on these and
many other Kentucky
festivals visit
www.kentuckytourism.com.
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Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is
the largest historic community of its
type in the U.S. and the farm works
as it did in the 19th century with teams
of horses and mules and hand-held
implements. www.shakervillageky.org.
If your interests are more modern,
visit Chaney’s Dairy Barn near Bowling
Green. Not only can you tour a
working dairy, but sample the fruits
of their labors with a scoop (or two)
of Chaney’s premium homemade ice
cream. www.chaneysdairybarn.com.
What’s a visit to the farm without
fresh fruits and vegetables? Depending
on the season, you can stop by one of
the farm markets which sell home-grown
produce or harvest your own at U-pick
farms. Whether searching for sun-kissed
strawberries, the perfect crisp apple
or just the right pumpkin for your
jack-o-lantern, you will be sure to find it.
Many farms offer the chance
for visitors to get up close and
personal with animals ranging from
sheep and goats to alpacas and llamas.
Or extend your stay with a night or
two on the farm in accommodations
that range from rustic cabins to
cozy farmhouses.
Visit www.kentuckyfarmsarefun.com
for more information about farms
and agricultural events that welcome
visitors throughout the state.
If you are more into sampling
the fruits without the labor, try some
Kentucky Proud products.
Kentucky Proud is recognized as
the symbol of quality food products
raised or made in Kentucky. Retailers
throughout the state proudly display
and sell Kentucky Proud products year
round. For more information or to
order online visit www.kyproud.com
REAK AWAY FROM THE DAILY
GRIND and travel to an almost forgotten
destination... the farm. Get your hands dirty
or merely observe. Experience Kentucky farms
your way.
KENTUCKY
STATE FAIR
Every summer hundreds of thousands of visitors
flock to the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville. Held in
late August, the fair schedule contains a plethora
of livestock shows and exhibitions and displays of
prize winning agri-products. A highlight of the fair
is the auctioning of the grand champion country
ham. This auction has raised millions for charity
and the 2011 ham brought $600,000. Check out
all the fun and thrills that can be found at the
fair at www.kystatefair.org.
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The blend of a bountiful corn crop
(the major grain for sour mash), sweet
limestone water, white oaks for barrel-
making and hot summers for aging
whiskey are the elements for the creation
of bourbon. Before Prohibition, Kentucky
had hundreds of distilleries. There are
now eight, which distill, age and bole
95% of America’s native whiskey.
The major distilleries and several
related aractions can be found in
Kentucky’s Bourbon Country.  The
distilleries each have their own distinctive
character, as do the bourbons they
produce. Visit one or all of the sites,
including those on the Kentucky Bourbon
Trail, to learn more about the colorful
history of bourbon whiskey.  Or visit one
of the establishments on Louisville’s
Urban Bourbon Trail to sample
bourbons and discover your favorite. 
If you don’t want your bourbon in
a glass, visit Rebecca Ruth Candies, in
Frankfort, the creator of Bourbon Ball
chocolates.
Kentucky also has a rich grape-
growing history, including the nation’s
first commercial vineyard. By the mid-
19th century, Kentucky was the third
largest wine-producing state but the
Civil War disrupted the wine-making.
A few decades later, Prohibition all but
ended the state’s wine-making industry.
Today, grape growing and wineries
are thriving in Kentucky. Small boutique
wineries can be found throughout the
state. Many offer tours and tasting
rooms and some even let visitors
participate in the grape harvest.
www.kentuckywine.com
EGEND HAS IT THAT BAPTIST MINISTER
Elijah Craig developed what would be known as
bourbon whiskey in Georgetown in 1789. While
the name of the first bourbon whiskey distiller will
probably never be verified, there is no doubt that Kentucky
is its birthplace.
SMALL BUT MIGHTY
There’s more to distilleries in Kentucky than the famous Bourbon Trail around Bardstown and Frankfort.
Micro-distilleries that craft small batches of bourbon, malt whiskey, vodka, gin, moonshine and other
spirits have sprung up recently in western Kentucky and Lexington.
Besides providing a fresh take on spirits production in Kentucky, visiting these smaller distilleries in
places like Pembroke, Bowling Green, Lexington and Owensboro can bring you in touch with different
faces of the Bluegrass state. These micro-distilleries offer free tours for visitors and free tastings for
those over 21. For more information on the Kentucky distilling industry, visit www.kybourbon.com.
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Tour the historic T. Jeremiah Beam home,
check out one of the oldest copper stills
in America at our Stillhouse Exhibit, visit
one of our famous rackhouses and see for
yourself why seven generations of Beams
dedicated themselves to making the
world’s finest bourbons.
LOCATION
20 miles south of Louisville, Exit 112 off I-65.
OPEN MON-SAT 9:00 – 4:30 EASTERN
Guided tours start at 9:30 – last tour is at 3:30.
SUNDAY 12:00 – 4:30 EASTERN
Guided tours start at 12:30 – last tour is at 3:30.
Must be 21+ for bourbon tastings.
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on keeping our legendary
bourbon-making secrets
in the Beam family. But in
2012, we’ll open our doors
for the first time, and give
you a glimpse behind the
scenes with our very first
Jim Beam Distillery Tour.
Jim Beam® Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey,
40% Alc./Vol. ©2011 James B. Beam Distilling Co., Clermont, KY.
Tours are ofered six days a week, year round,
and start on the hour. Must be 13.
For more information call 866 239-4690 or
502 331-4879 or visit 1792bourbon.com
A re-opening of historic signifcance
Barton 1792 Distillery, 501 Cathedral Manor, Bardstown, KY 40004 Please Drink Responsibly
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Performing arts centers dot the
map from east to west in towns
and cities across the state.
From Bluegrass to blues, opera
to Opry, Broadway to Main
Street – it’s all in Kentucky.
The Kentucky Opry performs
regularly at the Mountain Arts
Center in Prestonsburg. The
Kentucky Center is home to
the Louisville Ballet and the
Kentucky Opera. In addition,
the Center hosts a series of
outstanding guest artists as
well as touring productions and
symphony orchestras.
One of Kentucky’s newest
centers, Paducah’s Carson
Center, presents Broadway
hits, theatre, dance and a
musical series with big-name
entertainers and traveling
productions year-round. In
Somerset, The Center for Rural
Development keeps an active
calendar of cultural events.
Once-grand movie theatres
have been restored across the
Commonwealth to become
performing arts centers
producing and presenting
a variety of performances
for all ages. Winchester is
home to the Leeds Center
for the Arts, Bowling Green
boasts the Capitol Center
for the Arts, Hopkinsville the
Alhambra Theatre, a movie
theatre with elaborate Spanish
Moors décor and Ashland has
the Paramount Arts Center
with a resident ghost.
Actors Theatre in Louisville
hosts the internationally
celebrated Humana Festival
of New American Plays, the
preeminent annual showcase
of new theatrical work. Several
Pulitzer Prize-winning plays have
premiered at the festival:
www.actorstheatre.org/
humana-festival/.
You can enjoy professional
theatre, community theatre,
summer stock and touring
companies throughout Kentucky.
For a complete listing visit
www.kentuckytourism.com.
ENTUCKY’S ART OFFERINGS are
as diverse as our people and can be found
in every corner of the Commonwealth. Wher-
ever your theatrical tastes may lead you, we’ve
got it in Kentucky.
KENTUCKY’S
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invite you to begin
your exploration
when stars and
dreams emerge!
JENNY WILEY THEATRE,
Prestonsburg: Kentucky’s only
professional repertory theater,
east of I-75, produces musicals,
historic dramas and classic
Broadway hits at beautiful
Jenny Wiley State Resort Park.
PINE KNOB THEATRE,
Caneyville: Located near Rough
River Dam State Resort Park,
the season consists of five
different shows with their roots
in history, folklore and 50s-60s
Rock 'n' Roll.
PIONEER PLAYHOUSE,
Danville: Five fantastic plays
and southern fried chicken
served in a historic one-of-a
kind outdoor setting that’s
been described as “one of the
most amazing in America.”
STEPHEN FOSTER –
THE MUSICAL,
Bardstown: The music and
story of legendary songwriter
Stephen Foster comes alive in
the place that inspired “My Old
Kentucky Home.”
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Antiquing in Kentucky is a great way to turn
up some bargains and travel some of the
most picturesque land in America. Almost
every community, whether big or small, has
at least a few antique shops or malls. Some
of the most notable are:
Joe Ley Antiques, located in Louisville, is
one of America’s largest and most unusual
antique stores.
Your antiquing excursion would not
be complete without visiting elegant Irish
Acres in the uniquely named Nonesuch,
Kentucky. One of the South’s largest
antique dealerships, Irish Acres offers 72
showrooms brimming with collectibles for
anyone from the curious browser to the
serious collector.
Wakefield-Scearce Galleries is a bit
of the “British Isles” in the Bluegrass.
This Shelbyville business specializes in
imported English furniture, fine silver, paint-
ings and objects of art.
Kentucky communities
known for their antiques include:
Hazel, in western Kentucky, is a
turn-of-the-century community that
has been transformed from a railroad
town to an antique shopper’s heaven.
Old storefronts are now antique shops
or malls offering some of the best
selections in the country.
Glendale, in central Kentucky, is
nestled along a still-operating railroad
track. Numerous antique shops line
the streets of this quaint country town
known for its Crossing Day Festival
held annually in October.
In Smith’s Grove, near Bowling
Green, you can shop for everything
from primitives and glassware to fine
antique furniture. Antiques festivals
are held yearly the first Saturday and
Sunday of June and October.
REASURE HUNTING IN KENTUCKY
is very popular. It’s not gold doubloons
or pirates’chests filled with jewels that
savvy shoppers are seeking, but rather the
perfect antique.
ROADSIDETREASURES
Thousands of bargain hunters join in the search for treasures along U.S.
127 for the World’s Longest Yard Sale. The fun-filled sale, which stretches
from northern to southern Kentucky borders, now spans five states from
Michigan to Alabama on the first Thursday through Sunday in August.
Mile after mile, you’ll find homeowners selling “another man’s treasures”
they’ve accumulated throughout the years as well as professional
dealers and vendors. The scenic drive through Kentucky with log
cabins, horse farms, ponds, tobacco fields and folks selling produce
is a treat and you just may find that perfect treasure.
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Distinctive bed & breakfasts,
themed hotels, waterfront or
mountain cabins beckon you
to sit and stay a while.
Snug Hollow, an eco-friendly,
300-acre farm encircled by gentle
mountains, is a secluded, idyllic
retreat. Snug Hollow in Irvine has
been featured in such publications
as Southern Living, Midwest Liv-
ing, National Geographic Traveler,
Frommer’s USA and Kentucky
Monthly. www.snughollow.com
Iron bars on windows,
30-inch-thick stone walls and
a steel door slamming behind
you may not sound like the
typical tourist accommodation,
but Bardstown’s Jailer’s Inn is
anything but typical. The Inn,
circa 1819, offers a unique and
luxurious way to “do time.”
www.jailersinn.com
Historic 1851 Maple Hill
Manor is set on 15 tranquil
acres near Springfield. The
house is considered one of the
best preserved antebellum
homes in the Commonwealth.
Its peaceful country seing
is surrounded by picturesque
rolling hills of bluegrass with a
3,000-acre horse farm on one
side and 300-acre cale and
tobacco farm on the other,
making it a beautiful and rest-
ful place to seek refuge and
enjoy the fresh country air.
www.maplehill.com
Feeling a lile more
whimsical? Check out the
themed suites at Northern
Kentucky’s Wildwood Inn.
Sleep in luxury in the back
of a ‘59 Caddy or become
the Swiss Family Robinson
and stay in a tree house.
www.wildwood-inn.com
Seventeen State Resort
Parks offer multiple choices
for lodging from rustic lodges
to three-bedroom cabins in
postcard-worthy seings.
www.parks.ky.gov
The welcome mat is always
out in Kentucky. Check out all
our lodging possibilities at
www.kentuckytourism.com.
E ALL WANT MORE R&R
but we sometimes forget the
first R is for rest. How better to rest
and relax than at one of Kentucky’s
unique lodging establishments?
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Louisville’s 21c
Museum Hotel
has been voted the
#1 Hotel in the U.S. and
#6 in the World in the
Condé Nast Traveler
Reader’s Choice Awards
in 2009 and 2010.
Converted from 19th
century tobacco and
bourbon warehouses,
the 21c Museum Hotel
combines 21st century art
with a stylish boutique
hotel. Not only are the
public areas of 21c modern
art galleries, the rooms are
also works of art. Art is
displayed in all 90 rooms
and in their award-winning
Proof on Main restaurant.
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Country music is king on the
Country Music Highway, but music
is not the only art form for which
this region is known. Folk art is
on display in Morehead at the
Kentucky Folk Art Center. The
Center showcases pieces from
internationally-acclaimed Kentucky
artists. Mount Sterling presents
visual and performing arts at the
Gateway Regional Arts Center
and summer outdoor drama can
be enjoyed at the Jenny Wiley
Theatre in Prestonsburg.
Breaks Interstate Park, located in both Kentucky and Virginia, is a five-mile
gorge that plunges 1,650 feet. Its size and depth have earned it the nickname
“The Grand Canyon of the South.”
The McCoy Clan of the infamous Hatfield and McCoy feud lived in Kentucky
along the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River.
DID YOU KNOW?
WHITEWATER RAFTING ON RUSSELL FORK RIVER
U.S. 23 COUNTRY MUSIC HIGHWAY MUSEUM
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There’s only one
COUNTRY MUSIC
HIGHWAY and you
can follow it along
scenic US 23! Loretta
Lynn, Crystal Gayle,
Billy Ray Cyrus, Ricky
Skaggs, the Judds
and other country
music greats were
born near this highway
and much of their music
was inspired by their
Kentucky roots.
www.countrymusic
highway.com
There’s only one CAVE
RUN LAKE, the Muskie
Fishing Capital of the
South! A fisherwoman
pulled the record 47
pound muskie from
the lake’s cold waters
in 2008. www.kentucky
tourism.com/lakes
FOR MORE information,
check out the attractions
and accommodations
listed on pages 50-58 or
visit www.visiteasternKY.com.
he Appalachian region of
Kentucky combines the rugged
beauty of the mountains
with the arts and history of
the original settlers.
Outdoor adventure is abundant in
this region, and with seven state
parks and lakes, you can elk watch,
fish, boat, hike, golf, RV and do
a little spelunking to get out of
the sun. If rock climbing is more
to your liking, climb
down to view Broke
Leg Falls, a 60-foot
natural waterfall near
Frenchburg.
Appalachian arts, crafts,
history, music, and
culture are celebrated in
festivals, museums, arts
centers and historic sites
including the Highlands
Museum and Discovery
Center, the Kentucky
Folk Arts Center, the
Coal Miner’s Museum
and the Mountain
HomePlace, an actual
Civil War era working
farm, circa 1850-1875.
Experience the 2012
schedule of the “Road
to Fame,” a talent
search project including
preliminaries and final
competition at www.
countrymusichighway-
roadtofame.com. See the
next Loretta Lynn!
For something out of the ordinary,
take the Hatfield and McCoy
Driving Tour, be a part of Hillbilly
Days in Pikeville, or hike the Shel-
towee Trace, a 282-mile trail through
Daniel Boone National Forest.
For a memory-making, affordable
vacation with the Appalachian
Mountains as the backdrop, make
plans to visit the friendly and
welcoming Kentucky Appalachian
Region.
This region of Kentucky is a treasure of Appalachian
arts, history, crafts and music in a hometown
atmosphere. Here you’ll experience spectacular
mountain landscapes, serene waterways and an
endless supply of country music!
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aniel Boone Country is an adventure
seeker’s paradise. Start your expedi-
tion at Cumberland Gap National
Historical Park. Thrill to the thunder-
ing beauty of the “Niagara of the South”
at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park.
Trek through the mountains on an
overnight campout or kayak along
the Cumberland River and see the
A nature lover’s paradise! Five exceptional
parks await you in Daniel Boone Country. This
is a spot to live out your extreme adventure or
surround yourself in the beauty of Kentucky.
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ROCK CLIMBING
There’s only one CUMBER-
LAND FALLS, the only place
in the Western Hemisphere
where, during a full moon, you
can regularly see a moonbow!
www.parks.ky.gov
There’s only one SANDERS
CAFÉ! Colonel Sanders
perfected his “secret” recipe
for fried chicken at his
restaurant in Corbin. Today,
KFC restaurants are located
in 109 countries and territories
and serve more than 12
million customers a day.
There’s only one
CUMBERLAND GAP!
See the landscape of
Kentucky that Daniel Boone
and early pioneers first gazed
on when they entered this part
of the Bluegrass State more
than 200 years ago.
www.nps.gov/cuga
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FOR MORE information,
check out the attractions and
accommodations listed on
pages 59-72 or visit
www.danielboonecountry.com.
Rock climbers from around the world
travel to the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area to challenge their
abilities on the area’s high sandstone
cliffs. Less adventuresome travelers
enjoy hiking and biking in this National
Natural Landmark. Just outside the
Gorge lies Natural Bridge State
Resort Park featuring one of the
state’s largest natural bridges.
Laurel River Lake, near Corbin,
provides a great place to wile
away the day on the beach or water.
Located in the Daniel Boone National
Forest, it is a favorite destination for
boating, skiing, fishing and scuba diving.
Black Mountain, Kentucky’s highest
peak at 4,145 feet, is in Harlan County.
While in the area explore the history
of coal with a visit to the tri-cities of
Cumberland, Benham and Lynch.
DID YOU KNOW?
Middlesboro is home to Middlesboro
Country Club. Founded in 1889, it’s the
oldest regularly played 9-hole golf course
in the nation.
The first shots of the Civil War in Kentucky
were fired in Barbourville.
splendor of the falls from below. Head to the scenic overlook
to get a whole new perspective of the scenery.
Wheel your way along the ATV trails of the Black Mountain
Off-Road Adventure Park, the Wilderness Road Off-Road Park
or enjoy a relaxing scenic drive along the mountain byways.
Daniel Boone Country is also famous for live entertainment.
Get your fill of country music, comedy and live shows at
the “Grand Ole Opry of Kentucky” … Renfro Valley! At
the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum you’ll
discover which of your favorite stars have roots right here
in Kentucky.
In this region, you will find countless historic sites and
museums including the cabin of Dr. Thomas Walker, who
led the first expedition through Cumberland Gap in 1750.
Whether your brand of fun is high impact adventure or a
relaxed retreat, we can show you how to make the most of
your visit in Kentucky’s Daniel Boone Country.
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Russellville
Morgantown
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Brownsville
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ere you can ride on the Kentucky
Rumbler, the most twisted wooden
roller coaster in seven states. You
can explore our Civil War heritage and
enjoy professional theatre. Shop and enjoy
eclectic dining in our historic downtowns
or visit a farm market along one of our
scenic highways.
This is where miles of caves, crevices
and trails can be explored. Where
Barren and Nolin River Lakes await
guests looking for their next unbridled
adventure! Where America’s favorite
sports car is made.
DID YOU KNOW?
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Cave City is the gateway to Mammoth
Cave but stop and enjoy the aractions
before heading to the national park.
See dinosaurs, go caving, horseback
riding, visit a museum, a Wild West
town or go antique shopping.
Just a few miles south visit Beech
Bend Park, named Amusement Today
publisher’s pick Park of the Year for
2010. This family-friendly park is
actually three parks in one. Besides
the amusement park and Splash
Lagoon water park, Beech Bend
aracts race enthusiasts with its oval
track and dragstrip.
Step back in time and explore one or
more of this region’s Civil War sites.
Bowling Green was named Kentucky’s
Confederate capital and many bales
and skirmishes were fought throughout
the area.
Fun in the sun or on the water, Nolin
and Barren River Lakes are perfect
for a getaway.
There’s only one cave system that can call itself the
longest in the world: MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL
PARK! Natural beauty above and below ground
awaits. More than 53,000 acres are recognized as
a World Heritage Site and International Biosphere
Reserve. www.nps.gov/maca
There’s only one place in the world where
Corvettes are made: Bowling Green, Kentucky!
Watch as America’s sports car is made at the
GM CORVETTE ASSEMBLY PLANT and tour
the NATIONAL CORVETTE MUSEUM, where you
can imagine yourself behind the wheel of a vintage
Vette! www.corvettemuseum.org
FOR MORE information, check out the attractions
and accommodations listed on pages 73-80 or
visit www.caveslakescorvettes.com.
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Guided cave tours (on and off-trail) are
among the most popular things to do,
and Mammoth Cave and our many
“show caves” are filled with unsurpassed
beauty and splendor. You can take an
underground boat tour in Lost River Cave
or visit the American Cave Museum in
Horse Cave, where you can explore cave
formations followed by a tour of Hidden
River Cave lying under the city.
In this region, you’ll discover animals of
another country at Kentucky Down Under
and of another time at Dinosaur World.
Hug a kangaroo or try your music skills by
playing a didgeridoo! Climb into the mouth
of a T-Rex or walk beside more than 150
dinosaur replicas at an outdoor museum.
With breathtaking lakes, water sports abound.
Enjoy swimming, boating, skiing and dan-
gling your toes in the water. You will find boat
rentals, lodging and vacation amenities
for all ages, interests and pocketbooks. We
boast world-class fishing and resort-style
vacations, breathtaking campsites, zip line
tours, horseback riding and so much more.
Whatever your speed, the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region has an adventure for you!
NATIONAL
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Waterways in Kentucky’s Southern
Shorelines are calling your name!
Lake Cumberland, Green River
Lake and Dale Hollow Lake are the
perfect spots for a relaxing getaway
or an adventure with a lile more
kick! Rent a houseboat, pontoon or
a jet ski at one of the local marinas.
While on dry land, climb aboard the
Big South Fork Scenic Railway and
visit Blue Heron Mining Camp. The
Big South Fork National River and
Recreation Area is a pristine seing
for hiking, fishing, horseback riding
and whitewater raing.
Dramatic landscapes, heritage and stunning
waterways make Kentucky’s Southern Shorelines
the perfect getaway spot. Visit local artisans,
sample Kentucky cuisine and, of course, explore
everything Mother Nature has to offer.
or outdoor lovers this is one of the state’s
most popular sporting and family vacation
destinations. Rent a houseboat, play outdoors,
take a scenic mountain train ride, visit quaint small
towns, watch local artisans and dine on authentic
Kentucky cuisine.
This area is rich in history and heritage. Much of
Kentucky’s history is tied directly to the coal industry.
Take a railway trip deep into the heart of what was
Kentucky’s coal country. Discover the Mill Springs
Civil War Battlefield, National Cemetery and Mill
Springs Park, home of the world’s largest working
water wheel. Then cap off your trip with a visit to
Cedar Creek Vineyards for a sample of their wine.
Enjoy restaurants that appeal to every taste, many
featuring cuisine prepared by local chefs with produce
grown right here in the Bluegrass State. Check for the
“Kentucky Proud” seal of approval!
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There’s only one BIG SOUTH FORK SCENIC
RAILWAY! From April through October ride the
Kentucky and Tennessee Railway through 16
miles of the Daniel Boone National Forest. The ride
is filled with spectacular scenery, lush vegetation
and mountain streams as it descends hundreds of
feet into the gorge, stopping at the Blue Heron
Coal Mining Camp. www.bsfsry.com
There’s only one HOUSEBOAT CAPITAL OF
THE WORLD. Lake Cumberland has more than
1,200 miles of shoreline to explore. Cast off!
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Get a seat to the latest show, concert or theatre
production. Take in an annual festival or car
and boat show. See the work of local arti-
sans and craftspeople in our inviting towns
throughout the region. Pick out your favorite
memento to remind you of your Kentucky
adventure or to take home for the perfect gift.
No matter what your vacation style, whether
with family and friends, on a sportsmen’s
holiday, romantic getaway, girlfriend
getaway or executive retreat, Kentucky’s
Southern Shorelines is the place for you!
BIG SOUTH FORK SCENIC RAILWAY
CIVIL WAR REENACTMENT
2012 marks the 150th anniversary of the
Civil War Bale of Mill Springs, which will
be reenacted in Nancy.
The South Fork area, near Liberty, is home to
a thriving Mennonite community.
The Stearns Coal and Lumber Company used
varieties of birds to name their coal grades, thus
giving Blue Heron Mining Camp its name.
FOR MORE information, check out the attractions
and accommodations listed on pages 81-88 or
visit www.kysouthernshorelines.com.
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plus an exciting mix of authentic Kentucky
arts, culture, historic sites and plenty of
family-friendly entertainment.
tart your day on the deck of a pontoon boat with
family and friends enjoying sunshine and laughter.
Plunge in and cool off in the crisp waters of the lake
and float along on a raft for a relaxing afternoon.
If action is more your thing, jump on a jet ski or speedboat
and motor from shore to shore. Enjoy fishing, sailing or
canoeing. Then dry off beachside or take to the trails for
GOLF AT KY DAM VILLAGE STATE RESORT PARK
Only in Kentucky’s Western Waterlands
can you experience 3,000 miles of
shoreline, 170,000 acres of protected
forest, hundreds of miles of trails
and the innovative LowerTown Arts
District in downtown Paducah.
State parks, resorts and campgrounds
dot the shores of Kentucky Lake and
Lake Barkley – perfect for enjoying
the lakes. Numerous marinas can
provide for all your boating needs.
Land-lovers, test your skills on one
of the many challenging golf courses
or thrill to the sight of wildlife in
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Western Kentucky’s vast shores and
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DID YOU KNOW?
The largest body of water between the Great Lakes and
the Gulf of Mexico is the canal-connected Kentucky Lake
and Lake Barkley. They are not only a major vacation
destination, but were also designed for flood control
and hydropower. The lakes are internationally known for
competitive and recreational fishing. Big lakes! Big fish!
There’s only one LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES!
Discover this 170,000-acre National Recreation Area.
There’s only one NATIONAL QUILT MUSEUM! Enjoy
vibrant exhibits of contemporary and traditional quilts.
There’s only one TRAIL OF TEARS NATIONAL
HISTORIC TRAIL! It passes through five western
Kentucky counties. Along the trail explore the stories
of the Cherokees’ forced march to Oklahoma.
There’s only one GREAT RIVER ROAD! Designated
as a National Scenic Byway, the roadway runs along
the Mississippi River in western Kentucky.
FOR MORE information, check out the attractions
and accommodations on pages 89-103 or visit
www.kentuckylakebarkley.org.
biking, hiking, wildlife tours and horseback
riding. Enjoy camping, water park adventures
and year-round golf.
At the end of the day, sit back and let
the talented performers at the Badgett
Playhouse in Grand Rivers entertain you.
With a changing repertoire ranging from
big band to country, the shows will have
you dancing in the aisles.
In Paducah a visit to the National Quilt
Museum, Wall to Wall Murals and the
LowerTown Arts District are a must to
inspire your creative side. The arts
district is filled with pieces large
and small that make the perfect
gift or addition to your own home.
Most of the quality products are
Kentucky Crafted, which means
they are made by local artists
here in the Bluegrass State. See
for yourself why Paducah was
voted “Fan Favorite of the
National Trust for Historic
Preservation’s 2011
Dozen Distinctive
Destinations.”
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Blues,” met his wife
in Henderson while
performing at a
barbecue in 1896.
Visitors from around
the globe visit
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the International
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each May.
Civil War reenactments, Ellis
Park Racetrack, RiverPark Center,
the Western Kentucky Botanical
Gardens, the International Bluegrass
Music Museum and as much Blue-
grass, Blues and Barbecue as you’ll
find anywhere else.
Owensboro’s Moonlight Bar-B-Q
Inn restaurant may be the most
well-known in the region but in this
case they are not the only one. BBQ
restaurants can be found throughout
the area – each with their own special
technique and recipe.
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usic legends Bill Monroe,
the Everly Brothers and
W.C. Handy helped put
Bluegrass and blues music on the
map. You can be a part of the music
and visit the places they helped make
famous in western Kentucky. As
you travel the roads of tradition you
won’t go hungry! Here you’ll find
an endless supply of pork, beef
and mutton barbecue restaurants
to appeal to any taste.
Bluegrass, Blues & Barbecue
may be what gave this region
of Kentucky its name, but it’s so
much more than a great meal
and foot-tapping music.
Owensboro is home to the
International Bluegrass Music
Museum, the Owensboro Museum
of Fine Art, RiverPark Center, the
Symphony Orchestra, the River City
Trolley and festivals year round.
In Henderson you’ll discover
quaint shops, art, history and
its incomporable hidden treasure –
the Audubon collection at John
James Audubon State Park. This
is one of the largest collections
of Audubon artifacts in the world.
This region also offers natural
wonders – the Western Kentucky
Botanical Gardens, bike paths,
beautiful parks, wildlife mana-
gement areas, lakes and working
nurseries, orchards and farms
that offer a true taste of
western Kentucky.
Plan your next Kentucky
adventure around one of our
award-winning festivals; a visit
to one of our Kentucky Proud
agritourism attractions; a shopping
expedition, or to simply soak up
the culture of the Bluegrass, Blues
& Barbecue region.
There’s only one BILL
MONROE! The “Father
of Bluegrass” would have
turned 101 on September
13, 2012. The home he
was born in, the places
where he composed his
music and his burial site
can all be found only in
Rosine, Kentucky.
www.bluegrass-museum.org
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There’s only one JOHN
JAMES AUDUBON! At
the turn of the century
and for decades to follow,
Audubon became the most
famous artist to paint wild-
life in America. Most of his
inspiration came from the
land that is now known as
the John James Audubon
State Park.
www.parks.ky.gov
This is the birthplace of Bluegrass music, the spot
where you’ll taste some of the most exceptional
barbecue on the planet and where music festivals,
from Bluegrass to blues and country to rock, are held.
INTERNATIONAL BAR-B-Q FESTIVAL
BILL MONROE
FOR MORE information,
check out the attractions
and accommodations listed
on pages 104-110 or visit
www.bbbregion.org.
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Shelbyville is known as the
American Saddlebred Capital of
the World. Here you can tour a
magnificent horse farm then stop
for lunch at Claudia Sanders and
taste some of the best fried chicken
around. Head downtown to explore
Wakefield-Scearce Antiques.
Explore Bourbon Country and
sample “America’s native spirit”
at one of our distilleries. Ninety-
five percent of the world’s
bourbon is produced in Kentucky.
Interested in the Civil War?
Follow the John Hunt Morgan Trail
and learn about his destructive
raids in central Kentucky.
THE KENTUCKY DERBY AT CHURCHILL DOWNS
uilt on the falls of the Ohio River, Louisville
offers all the action of a big city with the charm
and friendliness of a small town. The city is home
to the one and only Kentucky Derby, the Muhammad
Ali Center and the Louisville Slugger Museum and
Factory. You can catch the latest Broadway tour at
the Kentucky Center, spend the day at the Louisville
Zoo or see the city skyline from a paddlewheeler river
cruise. And Louisville is packed with restaurants,
clubs, shops and live entertainment for you to enjoy
well into the night.
Bourbon lovers can sample, sip and savor their favorite
bourbon in Kentucky’s Bourbon Country. Visit the
distilleries of one or all of your favorite brands and
learn the regulations that make this product not
just whiskey, but Bourbon whiskey. You will soon
understand why Bardstown is the Bourbon Capital
of the World.
Beyond the twin spires of Churchill
Downs, visitors will discover live theatre,
world-famous bourbon, fine dining,
festivals, relaxing lakes, challenging golf
and American history, including the
birthplace of President Abraham Lincoln.
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Bedford
La Grange
Hodgenville
Elizabethtown
Louisville
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DID YOU KNOW?
Kentucky’s famous open-face Hot Brown
sandwich was created and first served at
the Brown Hotel in Louisville.
The “Offi cial Bat of Major League Baseball”
is the Louisville Slugger, manufactured in
Louisville at the Louisville Slugger factory.
Federal Hill mansion at My Old Kentucky
Home State Park was the inspiration for
Stephen Foster’s song “My Old Kentucky Home.”
There’s only one KENTUCKY DERBY! The first
jewel of the Triple Crown is run on the first
Saturday in May. The thrill of watching your
favorite horse race down the stretch to the finish
line at Churchill Downs should be on your bucket
list! www.churchilldowns.com
There’s only one MUHAMMAD ALI CENTER!
Located in Louisville, Ali’s birthplace. See how
this Center inspires children and adults.
www.alicenter.org
There is only one ABRAHAM LINCOLN BIRTHPLACE
NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK! Lincoln was born on
this site near Hodgenville in 1809. The Park focuses
on Lincoln’s life in Kentucky including his boyhood
home at Knob Creek Farm. Events in Kentucky
helped mold a young boy into the man who became
the nation’s sixteenth President. Lincoln kept close
ties to Kentucky throughout his life. www.nps.gov/abli
FOR MORE information, check out the attractions
and accommodations listed on pages 111-129 or visit
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com.
For the history buff, explore the life and legend
of Abraham Lincoln at sites along the Lincoln
Heritage Trail. Stop at Fort Knox to view the
Patton Museum. In historic Elizabethtown
visitors will find distinctive shopping and
arts and crafts.
Head to Brandenburg and explore the Otter
Creek Outdoor Recreation Area.
For more outdoor adventure, try your
hand at boating and fishing at Taylorsville
or Rough River Lake. Don’t forget to get
in a few rounds of golf at various courses
in the region, too.
BARRELS OF MAKER’S
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ead to Lexington, the second-largest city
in the state, and see why we’re known as
the Horse Capital of the World. Visit the
world-renowned Kentucky Horse Park, tour the
farms and see Trotters and Thoroughbreds race.
Lexington also offers a vibrant mix of historic sites,
shopping, attractions, dining and nightlife.
Frankfort was designated the state capital in 1792 and construction of a house for
the governor began in 1796. Today, the Old Governer’s Mansion is one of the oldest
executive residences in the U.S.
The William Whitley House, near Stanford, is believed to be the site where the
American practice of racing horses counter-clockwise began.
Stunning horse farms make this a horse
lover’s paradise and so much more! In
the heart of Kentucky you’ll also discover
how bourbon is made, Civil War history
and arts and crafts from times past.
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There’s only one HORSE CAPITAL OF THE
WORLD! Lexington, Kentucky. The city is home
to the Kentucky Horse Park, two historic race
tracks (Keeneland and the Red Mile) and is
surrounded by nearly 500 horse farms. Get a
behind-the-scenes look at the multi-billion dollar
Thoroughbred industry on personalized horse
farm tours. www.visitlex.com
There’s only one place on earth dedicated
to the history, health and love of the horse:
The KENTUCKY HORSE PARK! The park
is a working horse farm showcasing nearly
50 breeds of horses. www.kyhorsepark.com
KENTUCKY HORSE PARK
FORT HARROD
This is the birthplace of bourbon and
site of the first commercial winery
in the U.S. A trip through the rolling
bluegrass will allow you to experience
firsthand the history of these spirits
and enjoy a taste of the culture.
Step back in time at Fort Harrod
in Harrodsburg, the first permanent
selement west of the Alleghenies.
If arts and cras are your passion, a
visit to the historic college town of
Berea is a must!  You can visit skilled
artists in more than 40 studios.
In the Bluegrass Region you’ll find the
Arboretum State Botanical Garden of
Kentucky, 100 acres of year-round color and
plants. Let your stresses melt away among
the marvelous sights and sounds of our
gardens nestled in the heart of Lexington.
There are activities for the entire family.
Experience the “simple life” at Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill. This restored
Shaker community continues to raise
heritage cattle and heirloom crops.
Take time to dine on Kentucky Proud
produce used in new and age-old recipes.
Or watch artisans craft traditional Shaker
boxes, furniture and tools.
Danville is steeped in history and the
arts come alive at Pioneer Playhouse.
Versailles is home to the Bluegrass
Railroad Museum. In Georgetown
you can watch a Camry being assembled
at the Toyota Plant. And in nearby Paris,
visit historic Claiborne Farm, the final
resting place for the legendary Secretariat.
FOR MORE information, check out the attractions
and accommodations listed on pages 130-146 or
visit www.bluegrassKentucky.com.
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In the late 1700s, Kentuckians built covered bridges across rivers and creeks.
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In Newport you can “Ride the Ducks” which are six-wheeled amphibious trucks used
by the military in World War II to transport troops and goods over land and water.
The entire family can enjoy activities
at Newport on the Levee. Spend a
day at the Newport Aquarium, hit
the shops, see the latest film, go
bowling and grab a bite to eat.
In Sparta you’ll find the thrill of
NASCAR racing at the Kentucky
Speedway. For a slower pace, take
a drive along the country roads and
through a covered bridge.
MainStrasse Village is a quaint
town that takes visitors back to the
German roots of the area and offers
authentic German food, shopping
and, of course, Oktoberfest!
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There’s only one
WORLD PEACE BELL!
Located in Newport, it is
one of the largest free-
swinging bells in the
world. Weighing in at
66,000 pounds, it is 12
feet high with a diameter
of 12 feet.
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WORLD’S LARGEST
HAND-BLOWN STAINED
GLASS WINDOW!
Visit St. Mary’s Cathedral
Basilica of the Assumption
in Covington to view this
beautiful masterpiece. It
is one of 80 stained glass
windows in the Basilica.
www.covcathedral.com
There’s only one MONTE
CASSINO CHAPEL!
This micro chapel, built
in 1922 by Benedictine
monks, measures six
by nine feet and has
been recognized as
the smallest church in
the world. In 1965 it
was relocated to the
campus of Thomas
More College.
FOR MORE information,
check out the attractions
and accommodations
listed on pages
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ordered on the north by the Ohio
River and the Mason Dixon Line,
this region combines history and a
growing cosmopolitan lifestyle.
Newport on the Levee, an entertain-
ment complex on the Ohio River, is
filled with activities the whole family
can enjoy. The Newport Aquarium
sports 70 exhibits and thousands of
animals in specially designed under-
water tunnels. Ride the Ducks takes
you from land to river to view the
entire coastline. Walk through historic
MainStrasse Village,
home of the first
German settlement,
filled with unique
shops and pubs.
Stroll the riverfront
and view memorable
vistas and historic
homes.
Maysville and
Augusta are river
towns that have main-
tained their beauty
and dignity. Follow
the footsteps of the
first settlers and learn
the connection to the
Underground Railroad,
George Clooney,
his aunt Rosemary
Clooney and
scale decorative arts
miniatures. Relax in
Carrollton and catch
a concert at Point
Park as barges and
riverboats pass by.
In Vanceburg enjoy
a laid-back day and
be sure to bring your
camera to photograph
the beautiful and picturesque covered
bridges of Flemingsburg and the log
homes of Williamstown and Falmouth.
Watch the sunset over a glass of
wine at Elk Creek Winery in Owenton
and spend the night at the tranquil
Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort
Park. The park is the site of the
last Kentucky battle during the
Revolutionary War.
There’s something for everyone in the
Northern Kentucky River Region.
With a world-class aquarium, international dining,
shopping to match any budget and cities that take you
back to another time and place, the Northern Kentucky
River Region is the perfect spot for any vacation!
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606-329-1007 | 800-377-6249
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1620 Winchester Ave., Ashland
606-329-8888
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1537 Winchester Ave., Ashland
606-920-9863
www.pendletonartcenter.com
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276-865-4413
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100 Pine St., Elkhorn City
606-754-8300 | 800-844-7453
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Russell Fork, Elkhorn City
606-754-5080
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997 Bluebird Ln., Frenchburg
937-304-1492
www.appalachianzipline.com
Fast, fun, adrenaline rush, this 2 to 3 hour
adventure offers thrill seekers, ages 6 and
up, the unique opportunity to zip through
the trees on our exciting cables.
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270-259-2735 | 888-624-9951
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1081 Rock Springs Road, Grayson
606-474-2315
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Carter County’s only winery and vineyard.
With a variety of red, white and fruit
wines, there is something to please wine
lovers of varying palates. ba
GREENUP

GREENUP COUNTY
CONVENTION AND
VISITORS BUREAU
301 Main St., Box 2, Greenup
606-473-6440
www.greenupcounty.ky.gov
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RESORT PARK
965 Lodge Rd., Greenup
606-473-7324 | 800-325-0083
parks.ky.gov
Enjoy the rugged beauty of the eastern
Kentucky hills and the lake is, literally, a
fisherman’s dream come true, the dream
of George Collins.
gHISTORIC MCCONNELL
HOUSE
100 McConnell House Rd.,
Wurtland
606-834-0007
www.tourgreenupcounty.com
In the 1850s, John M. McConnell’s
law office was converted into one of the
first private schoolhouses in Greenup
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gOLDTOWN COVERED BRIDGE
R.R. 1, Greenup
877-868-7473
Built in 1880 on Burr’s patented design.
Two-span bridge, 192 ft. long, on National
Register. Open to foot traffic.
LOUISA

LAWRENCE COUNTY
TOURISM COMMISSION
In the Fred M. Vinsion Historic
Home, Louisa
606-638-0078
www.lawrencecokytourism.com
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FALLS CREEK
52 Falls Creek and US 23, Louisa
606-638-9999
www.kentuckypaveillon.com
Visit this unique five-story-tall, 100-foot
high Paveillon which serves as the
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PAINTED COW GALLERY
103 S. Main Cross St., Louisa
606-638-1313
www.paintedcowgallery.com
Beautiful local art and paintings.
pYATESVILLE LAKE STATE PARK
2667 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Louisa
606-673-1490
www.parks.ky.gov
Yatesville Lake has over 20,000 acres of
water to fish, swim, boat or find a lazy
cove just to drift. The Yatesville Marina of-
fers everything boaters and fishers need
for a great day at the lake.
MOREHEAD

MOREHEAD TOURISM
COMMISSION
111 E. First St., Morehead
606-780-4342 | 800-654-1944
www.moreheadtourism.com
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3939 CCC Trl., Morehead
606-923-7645
www.rosstica.com
Come and visit the tasting rooms at
the vineyard and at the Pendleton Arts
Center building in Ashland. bam
gCORA WILSON STEWART
MOONLIGHT SCHOOL
East First St., Morehead
606-783-2204
www.kyfolkart.org
One-room school used for adult educa-
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gFOOTHILLS QUILT TRAIL
111 E. First St., Morehead
606-780-4342 | 800-654-1944
www.rcquilttrail.tripod.com
A self-guided driving tour of barn
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KENTUCKY FOLK ART CENTER
102 W. First St., Morehead
606-783-2204
www.kyfolkart.org
Providing a unique cultural experience.
The folk art exhibits are an engaging
piece of the region’s history and
contemporary culture. bam
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ROWAN COUNTY ART CENTER
215 E. Main St., Morehead
606-783-9856
Features juried art exhibits by regional
artists and studios with artists at work
open for public viewing at no charge.
pSHELTOWEE TRACE NATIONAL
RECREATION TRAIL
Daniel Boone National Forest,
Morehead 606-784-6428
www.fs.fed.us/r8/boone
A 269-mile multiple-use national recre-
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MOUNT STERLING-
MONTGOMERY TOURISM
126 W. Main St., Mount Sterling
859-498-8732 | 866-415-7439
www.mtsterlingtourism.com
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GATEWAY REGIONAL ARTS
CENTER
101 E. Main St., Mount Sterling
859-498-6264
www.gatewayartscenter.com
A Methodist church built in 1885,
refurbished to feature three floors, a
gallery, performing arts stage with 175
seats, a library and more. bam
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY
HISTORY MUSEUM
36 Broadway, Mount Sterling
859-498-4669
View displays of Montgomery County’s
history.
gRUTH HUNT CANDY COMPANY
550 Maysville Rd.,
Mount Sterling
859-498-0676 | 800-927-0302
www.ruthhuntcandy.com
Official candy maker of the Kentucky
Derby and the famous “Blue Monday”
cream candy bar. Tours available. a
OLIVE HILL
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RESORT PARK
344 Caveland Dr., Olive Hill
606-286-4411 | 800-325-0059
parks.ky.gov
Golf, hike, fish, horseback ride and guided
caves are just a few examples of what
awaits. The resort has 28 lodge rooms and
10 cottages. Only 5 miles off I-64.
qCASCADE CAVE
Carter Caves State Resort Park,
344 Caveland Dr., Olive Hill
606-286-4411
parks.ky.gov
Enjoy a subterranean adventure, created
by nature over millions of years.
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NORTHEASTERN KENTUCKY
MUSEUM
1385 Carter Caves Rd., Olive Hill
606-286-6012
www.kymuseum.org
Displays rock and fossil records, art and
artifacts of the prehistoric native peoples,
pioneer tools and weapons from the Civil
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gBENNETT’S MILL COVERED
BRIDGE
103 Bennett’s Mill, South Shore
606-932-3636 | 800-377-6249
Built in 1855, 155 feet long. It has been
reported that the bridge was the “oldest,
longest, single span covered bridge in
the world.”
pGRAYSON LAKE STATE PARK
314 Grayson Lake State Park Rd.,
Olive Hill
606-474-9727 | 866-905-7888
parks.ky.gov
Sheer sandstone canyons and gentle
slopes comprise the 1,512 acres of
Grayson Lake State Park. This site was a
favorite camping area for Shawnee and
Cherokee Native American.
OWINGSVILLE

OWINGSVILLE/BATH CO.
RECREATION & TOURISM
COMMISSION
1834 S. Hwy. 211, Salt Lick
606-683-2170
www.bathcountytourism.com
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BLUEGRASS RACEWAY PARK
Wells Road, Owingsville
606-674-3987
www.bluegrassracewayinc.com/
An 1/8th mile NHRA sanctioned track.
pWHITE SULPHUR ATV TRAIL
FS Road 105, Salt Lick
606-784-6428
www.southernregion.fs.fed.us/
boone
Consists of a system of trail segments
arranged in connecting loops; moderately
rugged terrain for novice to moderately
experienced riders. Seasonal. bm
gZILPO ROAD NATIONAL
FOREST SCENIC BYWAY
Daniel Boone National Forest,
Salt Lick
606-784-6428
An 11-mile driving trip with interesting
stops along the way; discover the natural
and historic points of the area. Look for
markers for each stop. bam
PAINTSVILLE

PAINTSVILLE CONVENTION
& VISITORS BUREAU
100 Staves Branch Road,
Paintsville
606-297-1469 | 800-542-5790
www.visitpaintsvilleky.com bm
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COAL MINERS’ MUSEUM
78 Miller’s Creek Road, Van Lear
606-789-8540
www.vanlear.org
Displays include coal mining tools,
a restored “company” doctor’s office,
a post office, a 1950’s snack bar and
a diorama of the town as it was in the
1930’s. Call in advance for guided tours. am
gLORETTA LYNN’S HOMEPLACE
“BUTCHER HOLLER”
Millers Creek Road, Van Lear
606-789-3397
www.visitpaintsvilleky.com
Loretta Lynn’s birthplace is nestled
between two fog-shrouded mountains up
a “holler” just two miles southeast of the
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gMAYO MANSION
405 Third St., Paintsville
606-789-3661
www.visitpaintsvilleky.com
John Caldwell Calhoun Mayo invested in
coal and became Kentucky’s wealthiest
citizen. His mansion was finished in 1912
with three stories and 43 rooms. b
gMAYO MEMORIAL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
325 Third St., Paintsville
606-789-3296
www.kyumc.org
Built by John C.C. Mayo with limestone
from the mountains, the church is
renowned for its stained glass windows
and organ donated by Andrew Carnegie.
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hPAINTSVILLE LAKE STATE PARK
1551 Ky 2275, Staffordsville
606-297-8486
parks.ky.gov
With steep cliffs and wooded coves
along the shoreline, this lake provides
1,140 acres of boating, skiing and fishing
pleasure. After a day on the lake, relax in
the campground. A full-service marina
offers rental houseboats, pontoons and
fishing boats. bm
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U.S. 23 COUNTRY MUSIC
HIGHWAY MUSEUM
100 Staves Branch, Paintsville
606-297-1469 | 800-542-5790
www.visitpaintsvilleky.com
The museum exhibits memorabilia about
the many U.S. 23 Country Music Highway
stars. Enjoy live bluegrass music at “Front
Porch Pickin”every Thursday at 7pm. bam
PIKEVILLE

PIKEVILLE-PIKE COUNTY
TOURISM
781 Hambley Blvd., Pikeville
606-432-5063 | 800-844-7453
www.tourpikecounty.com
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PIKEVILLE/PIKE COUNTY
224 Second St., Pikeville
606-433-0193
Home to a gallery of regional artworks,
artists’ studios, classrooms and more. b
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BIG SANDY HERITAGE CENTER
773 Hambley Blvd., Pikeville
606-218-6050
www.bigsandyheritage.org
More than 3,000 items on display relating
to Native Americans, pioneers, the Civil
War, coal mining, Appalachian history,
railroads and politics. bam
pFISHTRAP LAKE STATE PARK
2204 Fishtrap Rd., Shelbiana
606-437-7496
parks.ky.gov
A man-made lake nestled among
mountains and dense forests. Boating,
fishing and hiking.
gHISTORIC DILS CEMETERY &
GARDENS
Highway 1460, Intersection of
Chloe Road, Pikeville
606-432-5063 | 800-844-7453
www.tourpikecounty.com
Believed to be the first integrated
cemetery in eastern Kentucky. m
gJENNY WILEY GRAVESITE
Route 581, River
606-297-1469 | 800-542-5790
www.visitpaintsvilleky.com
Gravesite cemetery where pioneer hero-
ine Jenny Wiley is buried.
gMOUNTAIN HOMEPLACE
745 Ky Route 2275, Staffordsville
606-297-1850 | 800-542-5790
visitpaintsvilleky.com/homeplace
Tour the grounds of this 1850’s working
farm to see history come alive by viewing
a family cabin, school, blacksmith shop,
church, and much more. am
PRESTONSBURG

PRESTONSBURG
CONVENTION & VISITORS
BUREAU GALLERY
113 S. Central Ave., Prestonsburg
606-886-1341 | 800-844-4704
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DAVID APPALACHIAN CRAFTS
6369 Hwy. 404, David
606-886-2377
www.davidappalachiancrafts.com
Hand-crafted items created by
Appalachian artisans. bam
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EAST KENTUCKY SCIENCE
CENTER
7 Bert Combs Dr.,
Prestonsburg
606-889-8260
www.bigsandy.kctcs/eksc
Plantetarium and exhibits. bm
pJENNY WILEY STATE
RESORT PARK
75 Theatre Ct., Prestonsburg
606-889-1790 | 800-325-0142
parks.ky.gov
The park has 49 lodge rooms, 18 one
and two-bedroom cottages, a restau-
rant, a convention center, hiking trails,
picturesque Dewey Lake, and a 121-site
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KENTUCKY OPRY
Mountain Arts Center,
Prestonsburg
606-889-9125 | 888-622-2787
www.macarts.com
Billie Jean Osborne’s Kentucky Opry
presents a sizzling variety of country,
bluegrass, oldies but goodies and gospel
favorites. bam
gMIDDLE CREEK NATIONAL
BATTLEFIELD
Intersection of Ky 114 & Ky 404,
Prestonsburg
606-886-1341 | 800-844-4704
www.middlecreek.org
Revisits the facts and explains why and
how this battle occurred at the Forks of
Middle Creek. am
gSAMUEL MAY HOUSE
Ky Hwy. 321, Prestonsburg
606-886-1341 | 800-844-4704
www.prestonsburgky.org
The oldest brick house in the Big Sandy
Valley. Built by Samuel May in 1817. Tours
by appointment. bam
j STONECREST EQUINE CENTER
Maggie Mountain, Prestonsburg
606-866-6390
Show ring and 200 stables
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ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX
164 Thunder Rd., Prestonsburg
606-886-7223
www.thunderridgeharness.com
Live harness racing June and July. bm
SALYERSVILLE
gMAGOFFIN COUNTY HISTORICAL
SOCIETY PIONEER VILLAGE
191 S. Church St., Salyersville
606-349-1607
www.rootsweb.com/~kymhs
The log cabin structures serve as living
history centers with displays and
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HERITAGE CENTER
Old Rt. 7 and 32 Old Laurel
Curves Road, Sandy Hook
606-738-5543
www.laurelgorge.com
Thirty-two interactive exhibits guide you
though this one-of-a-kind museum/
education center to learn about the
natural resources and flora and fauna.
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WEST LIBERTY

WEST LIBERTY
TOURISM
565 Main St., West Liberty
606-743-3330
www.cityofwestliberty.com
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MUSEUM
89 Memory Hill Ln., West Liberty
859-743-4482
Eight restored log cabins, a
20-room colonial home furnished
with antiques of early Americana,
Victorian and Empire eras are at this
museum. bam
gMORGAN COUNTY
GENEALOGY CENTER
Main Street, West Liberty
606-743-7491
Resources to help locate and trace
ancestry from Morgan County.
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ASHLAND
ASHLAND INN 606-325-0776 H $$ 55

3320 Winchester Ave., Ashland mj
ASHLAND PLAZA HOTEL 606-329-0055 H $$ 146

1441 Winchester Ave., Ashland
www.ashlandplaza.net mc
BEAR CREEK LODGE 877-881-4551 C

320 Franks Dr., Rush
BLUEGRASS INN 606-325-4747 H $ 77

1835 Winchester Ave., Ashland c
BUDGET INN EXPRESS 606-325-4747 H $ 32

3466 13th St., Ashland m
DAYS INN 606-928-3600 H $$ 63
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12700 S.R. 180, Ashland 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com j
FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT 606-928-1222 H $$$ 63
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FOUR SEASONS MOTEL 606-324-0330 H $ 9

2317 Winchester Ave., Ashland
HAMPTON INN 606-928-2888 H $$ 60
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www.hamptoninn.com m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 606-929-1720 H $$$ 87

13131 Slone Court, Ashland 800-465-4329
www.hiexpress.com/ashlandky mj
KNIGHTS INN 606-928-9501 H $$ 122
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7216 U.S. Rt. 60, Ashland 800-497-7560
www.knightsinn.com mj
QUALITY INN 606-325-8989 H $$ 54
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4708 Winchester Ave., Ashland 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com m
WINCHESTER INN 606-329-2868 H $$ 24

2280 Winchester Ave., Ashland
CATLETTSBURG
RAMADA LIMITED HOTEL 606-739-5700 H $$$ 69
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www.ramadabluegrass.com mj
FRENCHBURG
HOWARD’S RENTAL 606-768-6347 C 1

2867 Skidmore Rd., Scranton
www.caverun.org j
MOUNTAIN MUSKIE LODGE 606-768-3911 H 7

Route 1274, Frenchburg
www.kymuskie.com
PINE TREE CABINS 606-768-3803 C $$ 3

2038 Hwy. 1274, Frenchburg
www.caverun.org j
RED BIRD RENTALS 606-768-3814 $$ 3

247 Frisby Lane, Frenchburg
redbirdrentals.org
GRAYSON
DAYS INN 606-475-3224 H $$ 44

650 C.W. Stevens Blvd., Grayson 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
GUESTHOUSE INN & SUITES 606-474-0000 H $$ 60
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501 C.W. Stevens Blvd., Grayson 800-214-8378
www.guesthouseintl.com/hotels/grayson m
QUALITY INN 606-474-7854 H $$ 55
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205 State Hwy. 1947, Grayson
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SUNNY BROOK CABINS 606-738-4735 C $ 7

Silver Hawk Road, Horten Flats 800-596-6240
www.sunnybrookcabins.net mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 606-474-8811 H $$ 79

125 Super 8 Ln., Grayson 800-800-8000
www.super8grayson.com mj
GREENUP
BUDGET INN 606-473-7782 H $ 22

505 U.S. 23, Greenup mj
GREENBO LAKE STATE RESORT PARK 606-473-7324 R $$

965 Lodge Rd., Greenup 800-325-0083
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SUPER 8 606-298-7800 H $$ 32

2965 Blacklog Rd., Inez 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
LOUISA
BUDGET INN EXPRESS 606-638-9417 H 28

117 E. Madison St., Louisa
www.budgetinnexpresslouisa.com mj
CREEKSIDE CABINS & RV PARK 606-686-2915 C

5461 N. Hwy. 3, Louisa
www.creeksidecabinsrvpark.com/
SUPER 8 MOTEL 606-638-7888 H 43

191 Falls Creek Dr., Louisa 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
MOREHEAD
CAVE RUN CABINS &
BROWNWOOD B & B 606-784-8799 B

46 Carey Cemetery Rd., Morehead
www.caveruncabins.com
CAVE RUN LODGING 606-783-1234 C

1190 Ky. 801 S., Morehead
www.caverunlodging.com
COMFORT INN AND SUITES 606-780-7378 H $$ 65
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2650 Ky 801 N., Morehead 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com mj
DAYS INN 606-783-1484 H $$ 48

170 Toms Dr., Morehead 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
HAMPTON INN 606-780-0601 H

500 Hampton Way, Morehead 606-780-0603
hamptoninn.hilton.com
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 606-784-5796 H $$ 50
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www.hiexpress.com/moreheadky mj
LAKEVIEW MOTEL 606-784-1600 H $ 8

4300 Ky Hwy. 801 S., Morehead
www.caverunlodging.com
MOUNTAIN LODGE 606-783-1555 H $ 28

506 Fraley Dr., Morehead j
QUALITY INN 606-784-2220 H $$ 46
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175 Toms Dr., Morehead 800-937-8376
www.qualityinn.com mj
SUPER 8 606-784-8882 H $$ 50

602 Fraley Dr., Morehead 800-800-8000
www.super8.com m
MOUNT STERLING
BUDGET INN 859-498-9600 $ 26

191 Evans Dr., Mount Sterling
DAYS INN 859-498-4680 H $$ 94

705 Maysville Rd., Mount Sterling 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mcj
FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT 859-498-4050 H $$ 61
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THE PATTEN EVERETT HOUSE
BED AND BREAKFAST 859-432-8057 B $$$

123 Everett Court, Mount Sterling
www.patteneveretthouse.com
RAMADA LIMITED 859-497-9400 H $$ 69
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115 Stone Trace Dr., Mount Sterling
www.ramadabluegrass.com mj
OLIVE HILL
CARTER CAVES STATE RESORT PARK 606-286-4411 R $$ 28

344 Caveland Dr., Olive Hill 800-325-0059
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BUDGET INN EXPRESS 606-789-5341 H $$ 21

709 S. Mayo Trl., Paintsville
www.budgetinnofpaintsvilleky.com mj
DAYS INN 606-789-3551 H $$ 72
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www.daysinn.com mj
RAMADA OF PAINTSVILLE 606-789-4242 H $$ 133

624 James Trimble Blvd., Paintsville 800-951-4242
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BROOKSHIRE INN & SUITES 606-433-0888 H $$ 73

123 Alexandra Dr., Pikeville 888-433-1107
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HAMPTON INN 606-432-8181 H $$$ 123
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HISTORIC MANSION 606-509-0296 B $$$ 7

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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 606-433-1800 H $$$ 63
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SUPER 8 MOTEL 606-237-5898 H 58

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ALPIKE INN AND SUITES 606-874-2560 H $$ 46

4963 Hwy. 23 S. (Prestonsburg/Pikeville), Ivel
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BROOKSHIRE INN 606-889-0331 H $$ 63

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BUDGET INN EXPRESS 606-349-3141 H $$ 33

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SANDY HOOK
LAUREL GORGE INN 606-738-5515 H 15

Rt. 5, Box 920, Sandy Hook
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DAYS INN MOTEL 606-743-4206 H $ 46

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GERMAN BRIDGE CAMPGROUND 606-874-3947 75



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CLEAR CREEK CAMPGROUND 606-784-6428 21



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LONG BOW MARINA 606-768-2929

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YATESVILLE LAKE STATE PARK MARINA 606-686-2361 120

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SCOTT’S CREEK MARINA 606-784-9666 H

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AUSTIN HILLS GOLF COURSE 9 33 $
4135 SR 5, Ashland 606-324-1616
THE OAKS GOLF CLUB 18 72 C,P $
1000 Oaks Dr., Flatwoods 606-833-5565
SANDY CREEK GOLF COURSE 9 33
9701 Meade Springer Rd, Ashland 606-928-6321
www.sandycreekgc.com
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DIAMOND LINKS GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P $
200 Fairway Dr., Catlettsburg 606-928-5335
www.diamondlinks.biz/
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LAKES GOLF CLUB 9 34 P $
5549 Rt. 7, Southshore 606-932-4266
RIVERBEND GOLF COURSE 18 70 A $
6333 Ky 1, Argillite 606-473-6773
www.golflink.com/golf-courses
LOUISA
EAGLE RIDGE GOLF COURSE AT
YATESVILLE LAKE STATE PARK 18 71 A $$
1410 Golf Course Rd., Louisa 606-673-4300
parks.ky.gov 866-906-7888
MOREHEAD
EAGLE TRACE GOLF COURSE AT
MOREHEAD STATE UNIVERSITY 18 72 A $
1275 Eagle Dr., Morehead 606-783-9073
www.moreheadstate.edu/eagletrace
MOUNT STERLING
MOUNT STERLING GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB 18 71
1223 Camargo Rd., Mount Sterling 859-498-3020
www.mountsterlingcc.com
OLD SILO GOLF CLUB 18 72 A $$
350 Silver Lake Dr., Mount Sterling 859-498-4697
www.oldsilo.com 877-653-7456
OLIVE HILL
CARTER CAVES STATE RESORT PARK 9 36 $
344 Caveland Dr., Olive Hill 606-286-4411
parks.ky.gov 800-325-0059
GRAYSON LAKE STATE PARK 18 72 A $$
314 Grayson Lake State Park Rd., Olive Hill 606-474-9727
parks.ky.gov 866-905-7888
PAINTSVILLE
PAINTSVILLE COUNTRY CLUB & GOLF COURSE 18 70 C,P $$
2960 Ky 1107, Paintsville 606-789-4234
www.paintsvillegolfcourse.com
PIKEVILLE
MOUNTAIN PUB LINKS GOLF COURSE 18 71
26 Hurts Branch, Pikeville 606-437-0339
www.tourpikecounty.com 800-844-7453
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PAUL HUNT THOMPSON GOLF COURSE 9 35 C,P $
49 Golf Course Rd., Allen 606-874-2837
STONECREST GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P $$

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www.stonecrestky.com
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CARRINGTON GREENS GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $
11980 Ky 36 E., Salt Lick 606-768-2100
WEST LIBERTY
PLEASANT VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB 9 70 C,P $
3031 Liberty Rd., Westliberty 606-743-9172
www.golflink.com/golf-courses
There’s only ONE...
Red River Gorge
Frenchburg-Menifee County
The Natural
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www.frenchburgmenifee.org
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BARBOURVILLE

BARBOURVILLE TOURISM
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117 High Street, Barbourville
606-545-9674
www.cityofbarbourville.com
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WATER PARK
Johnson Ln., Barbourville
606-546-6197
www.cityofbarbourville.com
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HISTORIC SITE
4929 KY 459, Barbourville
606-546-4400
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Dr. Thomas Walker led the first
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1750. Near the river which he named the
Cumberland, Walker built a cabin, a
replica of which stands on the site today.
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196 Daniel Boone Dr.,
Barbourville 606-545-9674
www.tourbarbourville.com
Established in 1987 as a way to preserve
Southeast Kentucky’s heritage. a
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Highway 11 South, Beattyville
606-464-2888
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231 Main St., Benham
606-848-1530
www.kingdomcome.org
Museum visitors see the coal miners’
workplace, home and community in
artifacts, antiques, photographs and
machinery in more than 75 exhibits.
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BOONEVILLE

OWSLEY COUNTY
HISTORICAL SOCIETY
P.O. Box 1166, Booneville
606-593-6755
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RESORT PARK
4441 Ky Hwy. 1833, Buckhorn
606-398-7510 | 800-325-0058
parks.ky.gov
Located in the northern portion of the
Daniel Boone National Forest. This park has
856 acres of lush Kentucky mountain land.
CORBIN

CORBIN TOURISM
COMMISSION
805 S. Main, Corbin
606-528-8860
www.corbinkytourism.com
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CORBIN RAILROAD MUSEUM
101 N. Depot St., Corbin
606-528-8860
www.corbinkytourism.com
Located in the Old Depot Building. Call
for hours.
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MIST RIDE
Cumberland Falls State Resort,
Corbin
606-526-7238 | 800-541-7238
www.ky-rafting.com
View Cumberland Falls as you never have
before. Postcards and pictures will not do
the Falls justice after the experience of
the view from the bottom. am
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RESORT PARK
7351 Hwy. 90, Corbin
606-528-4121 | 800-325-0063
parks.ky.gov
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waters of Cumberland Falls. The falls are
65 feet high and is 125 feet in width.
gKENTUCKY NATIVE AMERICAN
HERITAGE MUSEUM
4116 Cumberland Falls Hwy.,
Corbin 606-526-5635
www.kynativeamericanheritage
museum.org
Learn the history of Native Americans
who inhabited this land before the
European arrival and who still carry on
these tribal traditions today. bm
pSHELTOWEE TRACE OUTFITTERS
2001 Hwy. 90, Corbin
606-526-7238 | 800-541-7238
www.ky-rafting.com
Canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting
and more. On-site lodging and everything
one needs for adventure.
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CUMBERLAND TOURIST
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506 W. Main St., Cumberland
606-589-5812
www.harlancountytourism.com
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GODBEY APPALACHIAN
CULTURAL & FINE ARTS CENTER
700 College Rd., Cumberland
606-589-2145
www.kingdomcome.org
Promotes the Appalachian culture
through artistic expression, being a
resource for cultural traditions and
promoting the arts in education. bm
pKINGDOM COME STATE PARK
502 Park Rd., Cumberland
606-589-2479 | 800-255-7275
parks.ky.gov
Some of the most extraordinary rock
formations in the state are featured at
this park!
EVARTS

CITY OF EVARTS TOURISM
COMMISSION
101 Harlan St., Evarts
606-837-0609 | 877-737-0778
www.evartskentucky.com
BLACK MOUNTAIN OFF-ROAD
ADVENTURE AREA
Evarts 606-837-3205
www.harlancountytrails.com
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mountain terrain with easy, moderate
and extreme trails for ATVs and other
off-road vehicles. bam
pBLACK MOUNTAIN
THUNDER ZIPLINE
Black Mountain Adventure Park,
Evarts 606-837-3205
www.BlackMountainThunder.com
Ride one of the fastest ziplines in
North America. Black Mountain Thunder
zipline will send you soaring as high as
350 feet off the ground at more than
50 miles per hour. Reservations are
recommended. a
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CLOVERFORK MUSEUM
Ky 38, Highsplint, Evarts
606-837-3220
www.jecrider.tripod.com
This home built in the 1930s was donated
by Mr. Duane Bennett of Manalapan
Mining. am
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HARLAN TOURIST &
CONVENTION COMMISSION
201 S. Main St., Harlan
606-573-4156
www.harlancountytourism.com
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NATURE PRESERVE
Ky 840, Harlan
502-573-2886 | 877-367-5658
www.naturepreserves.ky.gov
Kentucky’s largest old-growth forest. Take
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starting at Watts Creek Trailhead. m
pCRANKS CREEK LAKE
2133 Hwy. 3099, Cawood
606-573-7352
www.harlancountytourism.com
A small, pristine lake nestled in some of
the most beautiful scenery in Kentucky.
The lake is located at the base of Stone
Mountain and has hunting, hiking, and
boat rentals.
pKENTENIA STATE FOREST
off U.S. 119 and 421, Harlan
606-573-1460
www.harlancountytourism.com
Located on the south side of Pine Mountain,
the 4,200 acres are situated in five
non-contiguous tracts. Off-road vehicles
prohibited.
pMARTINS FORK LAKE
5965 Hwy 987, Smith
606-573-7655
www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/
Because of the temperate climate and
long recreation season, visitors have
numerous activities from which to
choose.
HAZARD

HAZARD/PERRY COUNTY
TOURISM
P.O. Box 7099, Hazard
606-487-1580 | 888-857-5363
www.hazardperrytourism.com
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BOBBY DAVIS MUSEUM
AND PARK
234 Walnut St., Hazard
606-439-4325
It relates the history of Hazard and
Perry County from its founding in 1821
through the early 1900s with exhibits,
photographs and archives. ba
HINDMAN

KNOTT COUNTY TOURIST
COMMISSION
P.O. Box 1498, Hindman
606-785-4114
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APPALACHIAN ARTISAN
CENTER
16 Main St. W., Hindman
606-785-9855
www.artisancenter.net
Art gallery, shop & café with new featured
artists every eight weeks. Represents
200 southern & eastern Kentucky artists.
bam
pCARR CREEK STATE PARK
2086 Smithboro Rd., Sassafras
606-642-4050
parks.ky.gov
The marsh environment in the Carr Creek
area is unusual for the mountains of
eastern Kentucky, but provides a wide
assortment of watchable wildlife.
gHINDMAN SETTLEMENT
SCHOOL
Ky 160, Hindman
606-785-5475
www.hindmansettlement.org
Founded in 1902 on the forks of
Troublesome Creek. Tour the scenic
campus and get information on
programs and activities. bam
pKNOTT COUNTY ATV AND
MOTORCYCLE TRAINING CENTER
Highway 1098, Softshell
606-233-0080
www.knottcountyadventure.com
An ATV and dirt bike/motorcycle training
center that includes a skills test course,
as well as beginner, intermediate and
challenge trails. bam
gKNOTT COUNTY HISTORICAL
AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
147 Carew Dr., Hindman
606-785-5751
Assists visitors in locating geneology
records.
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250 Hale Cemetery Rd., Mallie
606-642-3656
www.trailsrus.com/saddleuptours
Offers guided trail rides through elk
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HYDEN

LESLIE COUNTY EXTENSION
OFFICE
22045 Main St., Hyden
606-672-2154
ces.ca.uky.edu/leslie
IRVINE

ESTILL DEVELOPMENT
ALLIANCE
P.O. Box 421, Irvine
606-723-2450
www.estillcountykentucky.net
JACKSON
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BREATHITT COUNTY MUSEUM
329 Broadway St., Jackson
606-666-4159
www.breathittmuseum.com
A museum of prehistoric artifacts, Appal-
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pSOUTHFORK ELK VIEW
Highway 1098, Jackson
606-693-4727
Observe the largest elk herd in Kentucky
and a beautiful panoramic view of the
Kentucky mountains.
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140 Faith Assembly Church Rd.,
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606-878-6900 | 800-348-0095
www.laurelkytourism.com
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Hazel Patch Road, London
606-864-4163 | 800-348-0095
Walk on the battlefield, including three
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Guided tours by appointment. bm
DANIEL BOONE
MOTOCROSS PARK
4550 Somerset Rd., London
606-877-1364
www.danielboonemx.net
Dirt bike and motorcross racing competi-
tion, ATV National, with entries from 31
states, Canada, England, New Zealand
and Peru. Local, regional and national
events. bm
pLEVI JACKSON STATE PARK
998 Levi Jackson Mill Rd.,
London
606-330-2130
parks.ky.gov
The park combines the beauty of rolling,
wooded hills with a historic site that
honors the pioneers who braved the
perils of the wilderness to settle Kentucky
LONDON DRAGWAY
3835 White Oak Rd., London
606-878-8883
www.londondragway.com
Quick 32 races, Thunder Mountain
quick series, motorcycle, all dragsters.
Sanctioned by National Hot Rod Associa-
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MOUNTAIN LIFE MUSEUM
998 Levi Jackson Mill Rd.,
London, 606-330-2130
Located in the Levi Jackson Wilderness
Road State Park; pioneer relics and build-
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PRO-AM SHOOTERS ASA
PRO-AM TOUR
Laurel County Fairgrounds,
London
606-878-6900 | 800-348-0095
www.laurelkytourism.com
World-class archery competition plus
competition classes that allow everyone
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26 Church St., Lynch
606-848-1530
www.kingdomcome.org
Offers visitors the unique experience of
touring an actual coal mine by rail car.
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FISCAL COURT
102 Richmond Rd., Manchester
606-598-2071
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2215 Cumberland Ave.,
Middlesboro
606-248-2482 | 800-988-1075
www.mountaingateway.com
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ALEXANDER ARTHUR
MUSEUM
2215 Cumberland Ave.,
Middlesboro, 606-248-2482
View the founder of Middlesboro,
Alexander Arthur and his family’s
personal items on display in one of
the first buildings built in Middlesboro.
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BELL COUNTY HISTORICAL
SOCIETY MUSEUM
207 N. 20th St., Middlesboro
606-242-0005
Featuring exhibits related to the history
of the Bell County area, plus geneaology
research library. ba
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COAL HOUSE AND COAL
MINE DISPLAY
189 N. 20th St., Middlesboro
606-248-1075 | 800-988-1075
www.bellcountychamber.com
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HISTORICAL PARK
Hwy. 25 E., Quarter-mile S.,
Middlesboro, 606-248-2817
www.nps.gov/cuga
Rich history, spectacular scenery,
impressive vistas, unique geologic
sandstone formations, underground
caverns, and a diverse plant and
animal life.
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TOURS, LLC
Dorchester Avenue, Middlesboro
606-248-0122
Enjoy 10-mile trail that is perfectly suited
for saddling up on a Segway. Call for
reservations. a
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MT. VERNON/ROCKCASTLE
COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION
U.S. 25 N., Mt. Vernon
606-256-9814 | 800-252-6685
www.rockcastletourism.com
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hJOHN SWIFT’S LOST SILVER
MINE CANOE RENTALS
U.S. 25 S., Livingston
859-230-1754
Enjoy an afternoon on the beautiful
Rockcastle River whether you’re a begin-
ner or like the challenge of whitewater
rapids. Kayak and canoe rentals.
NATURAL BRIDGE AREA

POWELL COUNTY TOURISM
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30 L&E Railroad Place, Slade
606-663-1161
www.visitpowellcounty.com
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P.O. Box 429, Campton
606-668-3040

KENTUCKY REPTILE ZOO
200 L&E Railroad Pl., Slade
606-663-9160
www.kyreptilezoo.org
Features one of the largest collections of
venomous snakes in the world with more
than 100 species on display. bam
pKENTUCKY ZIP LINE
ADVENTURES
Cliffview Resort, Rogers
606-668-6487
www.kentuckyzips.com
We offer six lines ranging from a few
hundred to over 1,500 feet in length.
Participants wear a harness that is at-
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BLUEGRASS MUSIC HALL
303 Bluegrass Ln., Clay City
606-663-9008
www.kyfriends.com
Live performanes every Saturday night
Oct. - April. b
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RESORT PARK
2135 Natural Bridge Rd., Slade
606-663-2214 | 800-325-1710
www.parks.ky.gov
Home to the great natural sandstone
arch that stands like a sentinel over this
mountain hideaway. Located in the midst
of the Daniel Boone National Forest, near
the Red River Gorge Geological Area, the
arch spans 78 feet in length and 65 feet
in height.
pRED RIVER GORGE
3451 Sky Bridge Rd., Stanton
606-768-9000
www.redrivergorge.com
View the amazing landscape and natural
bridges. Enjoy hiking, rock climbing,
camping and more while visiting
the Gorge.
TORRENT FALLS CLIMBING
ADVENTURE
1617 N. KY 11, Campton
606-668-6613
www.torrentfalls.com
Located in Red River Gorge, consists of
a Via Ferrata, guided climbing and
guided rappelling. am
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SETTLEMENT SCHOOL
36 Hwy. 510, Pine Mountain
606-558-3571
www.pinemountainsettlementschool.com
An educational institution and social
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1050 State Park Rd., Pineville
606-337-3066 | 800-325-1712
parks.ky.gov
See Chazined Rock, hear the folk tale of
how the rock came to be and view the
grandeur of the Cumberland Mountains.
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RESORT PARK
1050 State Park Road, Pineville
606-337-3066 | 800-325-1712
parks.ky.gov
First state park in Kentucky and one of
the finest resorts.
WILDERNESS TRAIL
OFF-ROAD PARK
U.S. Hwy. 119, Pineville
606-302-1943
www.wildernesstrailoffroadpark.net
Ride over 120 miles of trails, places
to primitive camp and fish all free
of charge.
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INFORMATION CENTER
U.S. 25 N., Mt. Vernon
606-256-2638 | 800-765-7464
www.renfrovalley.com
gBITTERSWEET CABIN VILLAGE
2325 Richmond St.,
Renfro Valley
606-256-9814 | 800-252-6685
www.rockcastletourism.com
Authentic cabins preserving the
Appalachian heritage with exhibits
telling the story of the blacksmith,
broom maker, wood wright and more.
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KENTUCKY MUSIC HALL OF
FAME AND MUSEUM
2590 Richmond Rd.,
Renfro Valley
606-256-1000 | 877-356-3263
www.kymusichalloffame.com
Honoring Kentucky music professionals
who have made contributions to the
music industry in Kentucky and around
the world. bam

RENFRO VALLEY
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
2380 Richmond Rd.,
Renfro Valley
606-256-2638 | 800-765-7464
www.renfrovalley.com
From March-Dec., enjoy live entertain-
ment, with 10 shows weekly, headliner
concerts, festivals, shopping, RV park,
lodging, country cooking and more.
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WHITESBURG/LETCHER
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6333 Main Street,Whitesburg
606-633-5991 Ad Page 71
pBAD BRANCH FALLS STATE
NATURE PRESERVE
Whitesburg
naturepreserves.ky.gov
The preserve includes the Bad Branch
gorge, a forested gorge with a 60-foot
waterfall on the south face of Pine Mountain.
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HIGHLAND WINERY
193 Seco Dr., Seco
606-855-7968
The company store of a coal mining opera-
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of the family-owned Highland Winery.
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366 Paylake Rd., Partridge
606-589-6910
www.meridzocenter.org
Beautiful mountain horse trails for novice,
intermediate or expert riders. Magnificent
views with challenging trails.
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ART GALLERY
2356 Hwy. 806, Eolia
606-633-8757
Original artwork by Jeff and Sharman
Chapman-Crane. Jeff’s paintings of
mountain people and places are
internationally recognized. am
WILLIAMSBURG

WILLIAMSBURG TOURISM
AND CONVENTION CENTER
650 S. 10 St., Williamsburg
606-549-0530 | 800-552-0530
www.williamsburgky.com bm
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P.O. Box 237, Williamsburg
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CUMBERLAND MUSEUM
649 S. 10th St., Williamsburg
606-539-4100 | 800-315-0286
www.cumberlandinn.com
Henkelmann Life Science Collection, the
Williams Cross Collection, Appalachian
Crafts and Life Style Exhibit, Blairs Christ-
mas Land and Lincoln Collection are on
exhibit. bm

HAL ROGERS FAMILY
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER -
KENTUCKY SPLASH WATERPARK
1050 W. Hwy. 92, Williamsburg
606-549-6065 | 866-812-1860
www.kentuckysplash.com
Splash water park includes wave pool,
drift river, kiddy pool, five water slides,
go-kart track, minature golf, arcade,
batting cage and driving range. bm DR. THOMAS WALKER
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“Kentucky’s Gateway To Te West”
Middlesborough  Pineville
The city built in a crater ~ Home of the “Narrows” ~ Bell County, Kentucky.
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Bell County Tourism Commission
Middlesborough, KY 40965
800-988-1075  606-248-2482
www.MountainGateway.com
Abraham Lincoln Museum
Bell County Historical Museum
Chain Rock
Clear Creek Baptist Bible College
Coal House/Mine Display
Gap Cave/Cudjo’s Cave
Cumberland Mountain Fall Festival
Cumberland Gap National Park
Cumberland Gap Tunnel
Cruisin’ the Crater Car Show
Hensley Settlement
Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival
Middlesborough - Arthur Museum
Middlesborough Golf Course
Pine Mountain State Resort Park
Pinnacle Overlook
The “Narrows” Overlook
Wasioto Winds Golf Course
Wilderness Trail Of Road Park
Wilderness Road Scenic Byway
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Middlesborough Downtown Inn
& Suites  606-248-5630
Boone Trail Motel  606-248-1340
Holiday Inn Express  606-248-6860
Parkview Motel  606-248-4516
Cumberland Manor B&B  606-248-4299
Sleep Inn & Suites  606-576-7829
Pine Mountain State
Resort Park  606-337-3066
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Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
BARBOURVILLE
APPLE TREE INN BED AND
BREAKFAST 606-546-5328 B 4

235 Knox St., Barbourville
www.appletreeinnbedandbreakfast.com
BEST WESTERN -
WILDERNESS TRAIL INN 606-546-8500 H $$ 43
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1476 U.S. 25 E., Cumberland Gap Parkway, Barbourville
www.bestwestern.com m
TOWNE SQUARE PLACE 606-545-7256 B $$ 3

230 Knox St., Barbourville m
BEATTYVILLE
LAGO LINDA 606-464-2876 R $$$ 6

850 Black Ridge Rd., Beattyville
www.lagolinda.com mcja
PAW PAWS LANDING 606-464-3935 C 1

125 Pleasant Flat School Rd., Beattyville
www.pawpawslanding.com
PINE CREST CAMP LODGE 606-464-2309 C $$ 1

203 Pine Crest Camp Rd., Beattyville 877-221-0879
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TRAVELWISE MOTEL 606-464-2225 H $$ 24
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BENHAM
BENHAM SCHOOL HOUSE INN 606-848-3000 H $$ 30

100 Central Ave., Benham 800-231-0627
www.harlancountytourism.com
BOONEVILLE
LINDA’S VICTORIAN ROSE BED &
BREAKFAST 606-593-7662 B $$

R.R. 2, Box 63 K, Booneville
www.freewebs.com/lindasvictorianrose
CAMPTON
CAMPTON PARKWAY INN 606-668-7072 H $$ 41

205 Quillins Chapel Service Rd., Campton
www.camptonparkwayinn.com mj
CORBIN
BAYMONT INN AND SUITES 606-523-9040 H 91
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174 Adams Rd., Corbin 800-301-0220
www.baymontinns.com m
BEST WESTERN CORBIN INN 606-528-2100 H $$ 63
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2630 Cumberland Falls Hwy., Corbin 888-528-2100
www.bestwestern.com mj
COMFORT SUITES 606-526-6646 H $$ 62
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47 Adams Rd., Corbin 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com mj
COUNTRY INN AND SUITES 606-526-1400 H $$ 44
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1888 Cumberland Falls Hwy., Corbin 800-456-4000
www.countryinn.com m
CUMBERLAND FALLS STATE
RESORT PARK 606-528-4121 R $$ 97

7351 Hwy. 90, Corbin 800-325-0063
parks.ky.gov mca
DAYS INN CORBIN 606-528-8150 H 110
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1860 Cumberland Falls Hwy., Corbin 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mcj
ECONOMY INN 606-528-6091 H $ 20
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804 S. Main St., Corbin
FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT 606-528-7020 H $$ 61
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25 Hwy. 770, Corbin 800-228-2800
www.marriott.com m
HAMPTON INN - CORBIN 606-523-5696 H $$ 67
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125 Adams Rd., Corbin 800-426-7866
www.hamptoninncorbinky.com m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 606-523-4000 H $$$ 64
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1973 Cumberland Falls Hwy., Corbin 800-465-4329
www.hiexpress.com m
KNIGHTS INN 606-523-1500 H $$ 100
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37 Hwy. 770, Corbin 800-843-5644
www.knightsinn.com mcj
LANDMARK INN 606-528-7100 H $$ 83
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SUPER 8 MOTEL 606-528-8888 H $$ 62

171 W. Cumberland Gap Pkwy., Corbin 800-800-8000
www.super8ky.com mj
CUMBERLAND
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 606-589-4911 H $$ 73

18855 N. U.S. Hwy. 119, Cumberland 888-315-2378
www.americasbestvalueinn.com m Ad Page 13
EVARTS
BLACK MOUNTAIN CABINS 606-837-9961 C $$ 6

114 South Branch Rd. Hwy. 38, Evarts
www.blackmountainrentals.com
HARLAN
DUFFIELD LODGE 606-573-6811 C $$ 3

Camp Blanton, Harlan
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 606-573-3385 H $$ 62
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www.hiexpress.com/harlanky mj
THE LITTLE INN OF HARLAN 606-573-7011 C $$ 5

508 S. Main St., Harlan
www.thelittleinnofharlan.com mj
MOUNT AIRE MOTEL 606-573-4660 H $ 40

355 Skidmore Dr., Harlan 800-988-4660
www.mountairemotel.com mj
HAZARD
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 606-436-4777 H $$ 60

359 Morton Blvd., Hazard 877-209-3242
www.americasbestvalueinn.com m Ad Page 13
COMBS MOTEL 606-436-5748 H $$ 22

1616 N. Main St., Hazard mj
DANIEL BOONE MOTOR INN 606-439-5896 H $ 72

90 Boone Ridge Rd., Hazard mj
GUESTHOUSE INN AND SUITES
OF HAZARD 606-487-0595 H $$$ 68
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192 Corporate Dr., Hazard 800-214-8378
www.guesthouseintl.com m
HAMPTON INN 606-439-0902 H $ 66
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70 Morton Blvd., Hazard 800-426-7866
www.hazard.hamptoninn.com
HAZARD MOTEL 606-436-4428 H $$ 78

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SUPER 8 MOTEL 606-436-8888 H $$ 67

125 Village Ln., Hazard 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
HYDEN
WENDOVER BED AND
BREAKFAST INN 606-672-2317 B $$ 8

Wendover Road, Hyden
www.frontiernursing.org m
IRVINE
THE BERGMAN HOUSE B & B 513-205-9113 H $$$ 25

233 Main St., Irvine
www.bergmanhouse.com mcj
OAK TREE INN 606-723-2600 H $$$ 25

1075 Richmond Rd., Irvine
www.oaktreeinnirvine.com/default.aspx mcj
SNUG HOLLOW FARM
BED & BREAKFAST 606-723-4786 B $$$$ 3

790 McSwain Branch, Irvine
www.snughollow.com c
JACKSON
JACKSON INN 606-666-7551 H $$ 65

19 Brewers Dr., Jackson 800-521-5271
www.jacksoninn.net mj
PAUL’S MOTEL 606-666-2471 H $ 19

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LONDON
BAYMONT INN 606-877-1000 H $$ 81
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BUDGET HOST WESTGATE INN 606-878-7330 H $ 46
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COMFORT SUITES 606-877-7848 H $$$ 62
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• Laurel County is located in the heart of the Daniel Boone National
Forest, along the historic Wilderness Road.
• Over 1300 reasonably priced rooms and over 70 restaurants offering
a wide variety of food styles.
• Conference centers, meeting and banquet facilities
London – Laurel County Tourist Commission
www.laurelkytourism.com
800-348-0095
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DAYS INN 606-864-2222 H $$ 70
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www.daysinn.com mj
ECONO LODGE 606-877-9700 H $$ 63
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www.choicehotels.com mj
ECONOMY INN 606-864-8867 H 22

1232 N. Main St., London
www.economyinnlondonky.com mj
HAMPTON INN-NORTH 606-864-0011 H $$ 71
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES 606-862-0077 H $$$ 65
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506 Minton Dr., London 800-465-4329
www.hiexpress.com mj
MICROTEL INN & SUITES 606-877-3400 H $$ 77
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www.heritageinnlondonky.com mj
QUALITY INN 606-877-4466 H $$ 60
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400 GOP St., London 800-228-5151
www.choicehotels.com/hotels/ky045 mj
RED ROOF INN 606-862-8844 H $$ 60
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110 Melcon Ln., London 800-733-7663
www.redroof.com mj
SUPER 8 606-878-9800 H $$ 64
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BEST WESTERN OF MANCHESTER 606-598-1800 H $$ 56
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363 Hwy. 80, Manchester
www.bestwestern.com
CEDAR LODGE 606-599-9844 C $$$$ 3

75 Dogwood Rd., Manchester
www.cedarlodgeky.com mj
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JARVIS MOUNTAIN CABINS 606-965-2168 C $$ 1

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LAKES CREEK BED & BREAKFAST 606-287-7953 B $$$

350 Lakes Creek Rd., McKee
www.bbonline.com/ky/lakescreek
MOUNTAIN SPRINGS INN 606-965-2789 B $$$ 12

1244 Hwy. 2004, McKee
www.mountainspringsinn.com mj
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CUMBERLAND MANOR BED
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208 Arthur Hts., Middlesboro 866-428-4299
www.cumberlandmanorbedandbreakfast.com mj
DOWNTOWN INN AND SUITES 606-248-5630 H $$ 100
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www.middlesboroinnandsuites.com mcj
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 606-248-6860 H $$$ 60
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www.hiexpress.com/middlesboroky m
PARKVIEW MOTEL 606-248-4516 H $ 20

202 1/2 N. 12th St., Middlesboro
www.parkviewmotelky.com
SLEEP INN 606-576-7829 H $$ 50

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MOUNT VERNON
DAYS INN 606-256-3300 H $$ 100

1630 Richmond St., Mount Vernon 800-327-7466
www.daysinn.com mcj
ECONO LODGE 606-256-4621 H $$$ 35

1375 Richmond St., Mount Vernon
www.choicehotels.com mj
KASTLE INN MOTEL 606-256-5156 H $$ 50

2184 S. Wilderness Rd., Mount Vernon 800-965-4366
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MOUNTAIN VIEW INN 606-256-5313 H $

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NATIONAL HERITAGE INN & SUITES 606-256-8600 H $$ 50
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www.nationalheritageinn.com m
RENFRO VALLEY MOTEL AND CABINS 606-256-2638 H $$ 50

2385 Richmond St., Mount Vernon 800-765-7464
www.renfrovalley.com cja
ROCKCASTLE RIVER CABIN
RENTALS 606-271-0339 C $$$

3677 Lower River Rd., Livingston
www.rockcastlerivercabinrentals.com
SINGING HILLS INN BED
AND BREAKFAST 606-256-8282 B $$ 5

Red Foley Road, Mt. Vernon 877-509-8282
www.singinghillsinnbedandbreakfast.com m
NATURAL BRIDGE AREA
ABNERS MOTEL 606-663-4379 H $$ 45

87 E. College Ave., Stanton
redrivergorgeabneraccomodations.com mj
CABINS OF BIRCH HOLLOW
RESORT 606-663-0005 C $$ 15

777 Natural Bridge Rd., Slade 877-663-0005
www.cabinsofbirchhollow.com j
CHOP CHESTNUT CABIN RENTALS 606-424-2935 C $$$ 5

1886 Chop Chestnut Rd., Slade
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CLIFFVIEW RESORT 606-668-6487 C $$$$ 16

584 Village Dr., Rogers
www.sceniccabin.com cj
HEMLOCK TRAIL CABINS/
RED RIVER OUTDOORS 859-230-3567 C $ 7

415 Natural Bridge Rd., Slade
redriveroutdoors.com mj
NATURAL BRIDGE CABIN COMPANY 606-663-3700 C $$$$ 45

1231 Natural Bridge Rd., Slade
www.nbcabins.com mja
NATURAL BRIDGE STATE
RESORT PARK 606-663-2214 R $$ 35

2135 Natural Bridge Rd., Slade 800-325-1710
www.parks.ky.gov mal
RED RIVER GORGEOUS 606-663-9824 C $ 6

3546 Nada Tunnel Rd., Stanton
www.redrivergorge.com/redrivergorgeous mj
SCENIC CABIN RENTALS 606-668-6487 C $$$$ 18

584 Village Dr., Rogers
www.sceniccabin.com mcj
SCENIC HEIGHTS CABINS 606-668-7939 C $$$$ 10

Glencairn Road, Rogers
www.nbcabins.com mj
PINEVILLE
PINE MOUNTAIN STATE
RESORT PARK 606-337-3066 R $$ 30

1050 State Park Road, Pineville 800-325-1712
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WHITESBURG
GRAMP’S CABIN 423-487-3333 C $

190 Hwy. 2036, Letcher 800-508-8844
HAPPY MOUNTAIN LODGING 606-633-8013 C $ 2

92 Memory Ln., Whitesburg
www.happymountainlodging.com
PARKWAY INN 606-633-4441 H $ 44

3749 Hwy. 15, Whitesburg
parkwayinnwhitesburg.com mc
SHEKINAH VILLAGE 606-589-2022 H

366 Paylake Rd., Partridge
WHITESBURG MOTEL 606-633-8888 H 43

107 Medical Plaza Ln., Whitesburg mj
WILLIAMSBURG
CUMBERLAND INN 606-539-4100 H $$ 50
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www.cumberlandinn.com mcj
SCOTTISH INN 606-549-4450 H $ 34

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606-545-9674
colebarbourville@gmail.com
touurbarbbourvillle.coom
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Enjoy our charming downtown,
arts and heritage events, water
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Civil War Interpretive Park,
Redbud Quilters Garden, Knox
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CAMPGROUNDS
Additional campgrounds appear in the
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For a complete list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com
and click on “Places to Stay,” then “Campgrounds.”
BARBOURVILLE
THOMPSON PARK AND RV CAMPING 606-546-6197 25
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BEATTYVILLE
LAGO LINDA 606-464-2876



850 Black Ridge Rd., Beattyville
www.lagolinda.com j
BUCKHORN
BUCKHORN TAILWATER CAMPGROUND;
CORPS OF ENGINEERS 606-398-7220 30
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www.lrl.usace.army.mil/bhl k fj
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CORBIN KOA 606-528-1534 60
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www.corbinkoa.com k e fj
CUMBERLAND FALLS STATE
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FALLS CREEK CABINS &
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www.fallscreekcc.com k fj
GROVE CAMPGROUND 606-528-6156 56
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GROVE MARINA 606-523-2323



558 Forest Service Road 100, Corbin
www.grovemarina.com
EVARTS
NORTH EVARTS RV PARK &
CAMPGROUND 606-837-0609 25
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SOUTH EVARTS RV SITE 606-837-0609 23
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www.evartskentucky.com k fj
HARLAN
CAMP BLANTON 606-573-6811



4294 Hwy 840, Harlan
www.harlancountytourism.com
HARLAN CENTER RV SITES 606-573-4495 7
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201 S. Main St., Harlan
www.harlancountytourism.com k fj
HARLAN COUNTY CAMPGROUND
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MARTINS FORK DAM & LAKE 606-573-1468



5965 Hwy. 987, Smith
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CARR CREEK STATE PARK 606-642-4050 39
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LITTCARR CAMPGROUND 606-642-3052 45
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TRACE BRANCH CAMPGROUND/
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WILLIE BEGLEY MEMORIAL RV PARK/
CAMPGROUND 606-672-4875 27
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IRVINE
ALDERSGATE CAMP &
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www.aldersgatecamp.org k e fj
BURNAMWOOD CAMP AND
CONFERENCE CENTER 866-723-2572



900 Camp Burnamwood Rd., Irvine
www.burnamwood.net
LONDON
BUDGET HOST WESTGATE INN 606-878-7330 14




254 Russell Dyche M. Hwy. & Bravo Lane, London 800-283-4678
www.budgethost.com/myhotel.aspx?id=82 k j
HOLLY BAY CAMPGROUND 606-864-4163 84
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www.fs.fed.us/r8/boone k j
LEVI JACKSON STATE PARK 606-330-2130 135
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WESTGATE RV CAMPING 606-878-7330 14
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WHITE OAK BOAT-IN CAMPGROUND 606-864-4163 50



761 S. Laurel Rd., London
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WOOD CREEK BOAT DOCK 606-878-5420



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LYNCH
PORTAL 31 RV PARK 606-848-1530 12
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KY 160, Lynch
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MC KEE
S-TREE CAMPGROUND 606-864-4163 20



258 U.S. 421 S., Mc Kee
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TURKEYFOOT CAMPGROUND 606-864-4163 15



258 U.S. 421 S., Mc Kee
MIDDLESBORO
WILDERNESS ROAD CAMPGROUND 606-248-2817 160



U.S. 25E, Middlesboro
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MOUNT VERNON
RED HILL HORSE CAMP 606-308-5900 60
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www.redhillhorsecamp.com fj
RENFRO VALLEY KOA 606-256-2474 102
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www.renfrovalleykoa.com k e fj
RENFRO VALLEY MOTEL 606-256-2638 61



2385 Richmond St., Mount Vernon 800-765-7464
www.renfrovalley.com j
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CLIMAX HORSE CAMP 606-256-3828 10
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KOOMER RIDGE CAMPGROUND 606-663-8100 54


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NATURAL BRIDGE CABIN COMPANY 606-663-3700 40



1231 Natural Bridge Rd., Slade
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NATURAL BRIDGE STATE
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RENFRO VALLEY
LAKE LINVILLE MARINA AND
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RENFRO VALLEY RV PARK 606-256-2638 114
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Bee Creek Resorts • 606.523.2367
CumberlandFallsCountry.com
Experience the
Wild Wonder
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Kentucky
Cumberland Falls
State Resort Park
Historic lodge,
restaurant and cabins.
www.parks.ky.gov • 800.325.0063
Sheltowee Trace Outfitters
Guided Rafting & Canoe Trips
www.ky-rafting.com/ • 800.541.RAFT
The Golf Course at Williamsburg
9 holes on scenic KY terrain
606.549-4215
Laurel Lake, Grove Marina
Boat rentals available
606.523.2323
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Whether you enjoy off-roading, hiking, Àshing, hunting, history or
special events, discover your adventure in Harlan County.
Visit harlancountytourism.com
or call 606-573-4495 to plan your special getaway.
Rockcastle County
• World Famous Renfro Valley
• Kentucky Music Hall of Fame
• BitterSweet Cabin Village
• 1819 Farmstead
• Canoeing
• Horse Camps
• Quaint Shopping
• Scenic Driving Trails
• Motels - B & B
• Cabins - Campgrounds
800-252-6685
www.rockcastletourism.com
I-75 exits 49, 59, 62
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Boat Type Rental:
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MARINAS
Practice Facilities:
A = All; C = Chipping Parks;
D = Driving Range; P = Putting Green
Rates: $ = up to $30; $$ = $31 and above;
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KENTUCKY RIVER BOAT ACCESS RAMP 606-464-4115

Water Street, Beattyville
LOCK NO. 14 ON THE KENTUCKY RIVER 606-464-4100

Highway 399, Heidelberg
www.beattyville.org
BUCKHORN
BUCKHORN LAKE STATE RESORT PARK 606-398-7510 96 P
4441 Ky Hwy. 1833, Buckhorn 800-325-0058
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CORBIN
GROVE MARINA 606-523-2323 600 H
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STONE MOUNTAIN BOAT DOCK 606-573-7352 63 P

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CARR CREEK MARINA 606-642-3239 270
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HOLLY BAY MARINA 606-864-6542 344 H
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www.hollybaymarina.com ec
WOOD CREEK BOAT DOCK 606-878-5420 50

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LAKE LINVILLE MARINA AND
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BOONEVILLE
SAG HOLLOW GOLF CLUB 9 72 A $
Dean Road, Booneville 606-593-4653
www.saghollow.com
CLAY CITY
BEECHFORK GOLF CLUB INC 9 36 C,P $
1476 Pompeii Rd., Clay City 606-663-9479
MEADOWS GOLF COURSE 9 36 C,P
365 Fife Lick Rd., Clay City 606-663-4000
CORBIN
SWEET HOLLOW RESORT 9 36 P
424 Sweet Hollow Rd., Corbin 606-523-1094
www.sweethollowresort.com
TRI-COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB 9 35 C,P $
7088 Ky 1232, Corbin 606-528-2166
CUMBERLAND
SLEEPY HOLLOW GOLF COURSE 9 35 A $
325 Golf Course Rd., Cumberland 606-589-2502
www.kingdomcome.org
HARLAN
HARLAN COUNTRY CLUB 9 34
Hwy. 421 S., Cawood 606-573-2510
www.harlancountytourism.com
IRVINE
ESTILL COUNTY GOLF CLUB 9 35 A $
1602 Kirkland Ave., Ravenna 606-723-5166
www.golflink.com/golf-courses
JENKINS
RAVEN ROCK GOLF COURSE 18 71 A $
586 Golf Course Ln., Jenkins 606-832-2955
LONDON
CROOKED CREEK GOLF CLUB 18 72 A $$
781 Crooked Creek Dr., London 606-877-1993
www.crookedcreekgcky.com
MANCHESTER
BIG HICKORY GOLF COURSE 9 36 D
521 Old Hickory Rd., Manchester 606-598-8053
www.golflink.com/golf-courses
MIDDLESBORO
MIDDLESBORO COUNTRY CLUB 9 36 $
Heywood Road, Middlesboro 606-248-3831
www.middlesborocc.com
MOUNT VERNON
CEDAR RAPIDS COUNTRY CLUB 9 36 A $
3021 New Broadhead Rd., Mount Vernon 606-256-4112
PINEVILLE
WASIOTO WINDS GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P

1050 State Park Rd., Pineville 606-337-1066
parks.ky.gov 800-814-8002
WILLIAMSBURG
THE GOLF COURSE 9 36 A $
690 Airport Rd., Williamsburg 606-549-4215
www.williamsburgky.com
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BUREAU
352 Three Springs Rd.,
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270-782-0800 | 800-326-7465
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1825 Three Springs Rd.,
Bowling Green
270-782-0800 | 800-326-7465
www.aviationheritagepark.com
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from South Central Kentucky currently
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BALLANCE MOTOX
13101 Louisville Rd., Oakland
270-792-7223
www.ballancemotox.com
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facility in the Southeast. Riding schools
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BEECH BEND PARK &
SPLASH LAGOON
798 Beech Bend Rd.,
Bowling Green, 270-781-7634
www.beechbend.com
Dozens of rides, including the KY Rumbler
wooden coaster, live shows, water park,
mini-golf, games and go-karts. New wave
pool, lazy river and slides. bm
BEECH BEND RACEWAY
798 Beech Bend Rd.,
Bowling Green, 270-781-7634
www.beechbend.com
Features a quarter-mile drag strip and
an oval track for stock car racing. NHRA
drag racing on Sun., and Fun and Grudge
racing on Tues. and Sat. nights. bm
BOWLING GREEN HOT RODS
PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL
300 E. Eighth Ave., Bowling Green
270-901-2121
www.bghotrods.com
Minor-league affiliate of the Tampa Bay
Rays. The Bowling Green Hot Rods bring
affordable family entertainment with a full
schedule of games. bm
oCORSAIR ARTISAN DISTILLERY
400 E. Main Ave., Ste. 110,
Bowling Green, 270-904-2021
www.corsairartisan.com
Award-winning craft spirits company
making very small batches of fine spirits
in the pot stills. Free tours and tastings
available Friday-Saturday. ba
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CONFEDERATE MONUMENT
1209 Fairview Ave.,
Bowling Green, 270-393-3018
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PLANT
600 Corvette Dr., Bowling Green
270-745-8019
www.bowlinggreen
assemblyplant.com
Every Corvette made in the world is
produced at this assembly plant. Come
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HISTORIC RAILPARK AND
TRAIN MUSEUM
401 Kentucky St., Bowling Green
270-745-7317
www.historicrailpark.com
Two-story museum, in restored depot,
with interactive exhibits; model railroad
display; guided tours of vintage railcars.
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KENTUCKY MUSEUM
1400 Kentucky St. (address for
GPS only), Bowling Green
270-745-2592
www.wku.edu/museum
Walk through a Civil War campsite, learn
about native Duncan Hines, tour a log
cabin and view period furniture in the
Decorative Arts Gallery. bam
qLOST RIVER CAVE AND VALLEY
2818 Nashville Rd., Bowling Green
270-393-0077 | 866-274-2283
www.lostrivercave.com
Kentucky’s only underground boat tour
and the enchanting butterfly habitat
await you at Lost River Cave and Valley.
Open all year. am
N-TENSE SPORTS
2101 Morgantown Rd.,
Bowling Green, 270-796-4120
www.ntensesports.com
Southern Kentucky’s premier paintball
facility with hyperball, airball and playing
fields in the woods.
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NATIONAL CORVETTE
MUSEUM
350 Corvette Dr., Bowling Green
270-781-7973 | 800-538-3883
www.corvettemuseum.org
This 115,000 sq.ft. showcase features
more than 70 Corvettes. Visit the mid-
century barbershop and service station,
or make a stop on old Route 66. bm
oREID’S LIVERY WINERY
430 Nealy Rd., Alvaton
270-843-6330 | 800-865-6017
www.reidsliverywinery.com
Estate wines are grown, picked and made
into wine right here on the farm.
gRIVERVIEW AT HOBSON GROVE
1100 W. Main Ave., Bowling Green
270-843-5565
www.bgky.org/riverview
An official site on the Civil War Discovery
Trail offering an elegant interpretation of
a prosperous Victorian home of the
1860-1890 period. am
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WESTERN KENTUCKY
UNIVERSITY FINE ARTS GALLERY
1906 College Heights Blvd.,
Bowling Green, 270-745-5222
www.wku.edu/art/gallery_info.php
Gallery has many works of art in the fields
of fiber, sculpture, ceramics, painting,
video and installation. bm
BROWNSVILLE

EDMONSON COUNTY
TOURISM
P.O. Box 628, Brownsville
270-597-2222 | 800-624-8687
www.cavesandlake.com
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CAVE CITY

CAVE CITY TOURIST AND
CONVENTION COMMISSION
502 Mammoth Cave St., Cave City
270-773-3131 | 800-346-8908
www.cavecity.com
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DINOSAUR WORLD
711 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City
270-773-4345
www.dinosaurworld.com
Visit more than 150 life-size dinosaurs in
an outdoor museum. Enjoy a Fossil Dig,
Boneyard, Prehistoric Museum, Mammoth
Gardens, Movie Cave and more. bm
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FLOYD COLLINS MUSEUM
1240 Old Mammoth Cave Rd.,
Cave City, 270-773-3366
Tells the bizarre and tragic story of
Floyd Collins, the explorer who died
in Sand Cave. m

THE FUN ZONE
806 Sanders St., Cave City
270-773-4249
Pool tables, air hockey, pinball, skeeball,
basketball, videos and redemption
games, mini golf. m
hGREEN RIVER CANOEING
3057 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City
270-773-5712
www.mammothcavecanoe.com
Offers a large selection of canoe trips to fit
all. Canoe or kayak the Green River though
Mammoth Cave National Park. bm

GUNTOWN MOUNTAIN
101 Huckleberry Knob Rd., Cave City
270-773-2430
www.mammothcave.com
Step back in time and enjoy the sights
and sounds of the Wild West town. See
the gunfights of the “Old West,” the
saloon dance-hall girls and more. bm

KENTUCKY ACTION PARK/
JESSE JAMES STABLES
3057 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City
270-773-2560 | 800-798-0560
www.kentuckyactionpark.com
2 New Twin Zip Lines, Alpine Slide, Mini
Golf, Horseback Riding, Bumper Cars,
Bumper Boats, Go-Carts, Rock Wall
Climbing, Trampoline Bungee. bam
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hMAMMOTH CAVE CANOE
AND KAYAK
1240 Old Mammoth Cave Rd.,
Cave City, 270-773-3366
www.mammothcavecanoe-k.com
Trips available year ‘round. Group rates
available. m
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MAMMOTH CAVE WILDLIFE
MUSEUM
409 Happy Valley Rd., Cave City
270-773-2255
www.mammothcave.com
The museum shows rare and exotic ani-
mals such as tigers, lions and much more.
They also have a selection of marine life,
insects, birds and other creatures. bm
MAMMOTH CAVE ADVENTURES
1994 Roy Hunter Rd., Cave City
270-773-6087
www.mammothcaveadventures.com
Home of Kentucky’s first canopy zip line
tour, Super Swing, horseback riding.
qONYX CAVE
101 Huckleberry Knob Rd., Cave City
270-773-3530
Onyx Cave is a wet cave that offers visi-
tors beautiful cave coral, a wall of cave
bacon, and a 40 ft. column. Tours are 30
minutes long. am
qOUTLAW CAVE
3057 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City
270-773-2560 | 800-798-0560
Outlaw Cave offers a 45-minute non-
strenuous guided tour filled with beautiful
stalactites, stalagmites and other breath-
taking formations. am

YOGI BEAR’S JELLYSTONE
PARK WATERSLIDE
1002 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City
270-773-3840 | 800-523-1854
www.jellystonemammothcave.com
A 300-foot waterslide is located at Yogi
Bears’ Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in
Cave City. Open to public except holiday
periods. m
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CUB RUN
qCUB RUN CAVE
15101 Cub Run Hwy., Cub Run
270-524-1444
www.cubruncave.net
Discover the area’s “newest” cave. Sealed
for 55 years, Cub Run Cave has amazing
formations seen by very few human eyes.
Open daily. am
FRANKLIN

SIMPSON COUNTY TOURISM
COMMISSION
81 Steele Rd., Franklin
270-586-3040 | 866-531-2040
www.franklinky.com
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AFRICAN AMERICAN
HERITAGE CENTER
500 Jefferson St., Franklin
270-598-9986
www.aahconline.org
Museum of local black history featuring
local and area history, artifacts, exhibits,
and genealogical research. bam
j KENTUCKY DOWNS RACE
COURSE
5629 Nashville Rd., Franklin
270-586-7778
www.kentuckydowns.com
Only location in Kentucky for new Instant
Racing, which combines horse racing with
electronic gaming. Also daily simulcast
wagering on televised races. Live race
meet 6 days in September.. bm
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gOCTAGON HALL
6040 Bowling Green Rd., Franklin
270-586-9343
www.octagonhall.com
Unique 8-sided antebellum home.
Civil War and Native American artifacts;
genealogical and historical research
materials. Site of many paranormal
investigations. m
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SIMPSON COUNTY ARCHIVES
AND MUSEUM
206 N. College St., Franklin
270-586-4228
www.simpsoncountykyarchives.com
Located in the Stone Jail (1879) and
Jailer’s Quarters (1830s), the Archives
contain one of the better collections of
genealogical and historical information to
be found in a small town. a
GLASGOW

GLASGOW-BARREN
COUNTY TOURIST &
CONVENTION COMMISSION
118 E. Public Sq., Glasgow
270-651-3161 | 800-264-3161
www.visitglasgowbarren.com
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HISTORICAL FORT WILLIAMS
200 W. Water St., Glasgow
270-651-9792 | 888-256-6941
Site of Civil War fort built 1863.
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SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY
CULTURAL CENTER
Glasgow, 270-651-3161
www.kyculturalcenter.org
Dedicated to telling the story of the people,
places and events that make up the geo-
graphic area known as the “Barrens.” am
HORSE CAVE

HART COUNTY TOURIST
COMMISSION
I-65 Mile Marker 60, Horse Cave
270-218-0386
www.kygetaway.com
qAMERICAN CAVE MUSEUM
119 E. Main St., Horse Cave
270-786-1466
www.cavern.org
This national cave museum offers
interactive exhibitis about the history of
area caves, cave animals, and cave and
karst ecology. Includes guided tour of
Hidden River Cave. am
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HERITAGE ARTS CENTER
109 Water St., Horse Cave
270-786-4502
www.heritageartscenter.com
Professional art displays and classes
for painting, fibers, pottery, cake
decorating and photography.
qHIDDEN RIVER CAVE
119 E. Main St., Horse Cave
270-786-1466
www.cavern.org
Take a one-hour guided tour and descend
150 feet to the underground river that
flows through Hidden River Cave. Rugged
off-trail adventure tours available. am
qKENTUCKY CAVERNS
3700 L & N Turnpike Rd.,
Horse Cave
270-786-2634 | 800-762-2869
www.kdu.com
The leisurely 45 minute Cave Tour
features formations created by water
and time to affect an incredibly beautiful
underworld scene. It is among Kentucky’s
easiest guided cave tours am

KENTUCKY DOWN UNDER
3700 L & N Turnpike Rd.,
Horse Cave
270-786-2634 | 800-762-2869
www.kdu.com
Discover a hands-on family fun adventure.
Pet a kangaroo or play a didgeridoo while
exploring the Australian outback right
here in Kentucky. am

KENTUCKY REPERTORY
THEATRE AT HORSE CAVE
107 E. Main St., Horse Cave
270-786-1200 | 877-238-5596
www.kentuckyrep.org
Nationally known for its excellence. KRT
was chosen by USA Today as “one of 10
great places to see the lights way off
Broadway.” bam
LUCAS
pBARREN RIVER LAKE STATE
RESORT PARK
1149 State Park Rd., Lucas
270-646-2151 | 800-325-0057
www.parks.ky.gov
Surrounded by rolling tree-covered hills,
the lodge overlooks the beautiful 10,000
acre lake.
MAMMOTH CAVE
qMAMMOTH CAVE
NATIONAL PARK
One Mammoth Cave Pkwy.,
Mammoth Cave
270-758-2180 | 877-444-6777
www.nps.gov/maca
Mammoth Cave National Park holds the
world’s longest cave, deep forests, and
scenic river valleys. Hike, ride a horse,
camp or canoe — all for fun!! ba
pNOLIN LAKE STATE PARK
2998 Briar Creek Road,
Mammoth Cave,
270-286-4240
www.parks.ky.gov
Nolin Lake is popular with boaters
and fishermen alike, and campers will
enjoy the new Nolin Lake Campground,
featuring 32 camp sites with water
and electricity.
MUNFORDVILLE

MUNFORDVILLE TOURISM
COMMISSION
113 Main St., Munfordville
270-524-4752 | 888-686-3673
www.visitmunfordville.com
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gBATTLE FOR THE BRIDGE
HISTORIC PRESERVE
Entrance Off U.S. 31-W, one mile
south, Munfordville
270-774-2098
www.battleforthebridge.org
The preserve protects 219-acres of the
Munfordville Battlefield, site of three Civil
War battles. A 2.25 mile interpretive trail
is available. bm
hBIG BUFFALO CROSSING
CANOE & KAYAK RENTAL
130 River Rd., Munfordville
270-774-7883 | 866-233-2690
www.bigbuffalocrossing.com
Canoe Green River, one of the world’s
most biologically diverse rivers. Tours
from 3 hours to 3 days. Tour into Mam-
moth Cave National Park past beautiful
Three Hundred Springs. Family friendly.
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HART COUNTY HISTORICAL
MUSEUM
109 Main St., Munfordville
270-524-0101
www.hartcountymuseum.org
Relates the history of Hart County from
pre-columbian Native Americans and
the settlements to the mid-20th century;
great Civil War exhibits. b
PARK CITY
qDIAMOND CAVERNS
1900 Mammoth Cave Pkwy.,
Park City, 270-749-2233
www.diamondcaverns.com
Features intricate drapery deposits in
cascades of naturally colorful calcite with
thousands of stalactites, stalagmites and
flow-stone deposits am
ROCKCASTLE SHOOTING
CENTER
22850 Louisville Road, Park City
270-749-4101
www.parkmammothresort.us
A unique shooting complex combining
recreational and tactical shooting ranges.
World class instructors teach firearm skills
from the basics to the most advanced.
Learn a new style of shooting or just
shoot for fun.
RUSSELLVILLE

LOGAN COUNTY TOURIST &
CONVENTION COMMISSION
139 Hillcrest Rd., Russellville
270-726-1678
www.visitlogancounty.net m
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1817 SADDLE FACTORY
MUSEUM
South Breathitt Street at East
Fourth Street, Russellville
270-726-4181
Features changing exhibits, including the
original fish weathervane that is believed
to have been shot by the notorious Jesse
James Gang in 1868.
gALICE ALLISON DUNNIGAN
HOUSE
Sixth & Morgan Streets,
Russellville, 270-726-4181
Family home of civil rights activist, Alice
Allison Dunnigan, the first African Ameri-
can to serve on the White House Foreign
Press Corps. am
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AUBURN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
& MUSEUM
433 W. Main St., Auburn
270-542-4677
www.logantele.com/~aubhis
See more than 3,000 artifacts, an original
one-room school, Auburn two-cell jail, a
150-year-old barn, old tools and equip-
ment, a primitive kitchen, soda fountain
and more. bam
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BIBB HOUSE MUSEUM
183 W. Eighth St., Russellville
270-726-4181
The Palladian-style home is an excellent
example of the fine early architecture
of Kentucky and is furnished with
period antiques.
gRED RIVER MEETING HOUSE
AND CEMETERY
3008 Schochoh Rd., Adairville
270-539-6528
www.redriverrevival.com
Site of Second Great Awakening. Explore
the historic cemetery with self-guided
cemetery tour. am
SCOTTSVILLE

SCOTTSVILLE/ALLEN
COUNTY CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
102 W. Public Sq., Scottsville
270-237-4782
gHABEGGER’S AMISH
MARKET
345 Perry Town Rd., Scottsville
270-618-5676
Enjoy Dutch-made foods and homemade
goods. bm
pLONG C TRAILS
8959 Hanes Road, Scottsville
270-618-7500
www.longctrails.com
2000 acres with scenic horse trails in
beautiful wooded hills and valleys with
numerous streams. am
gMENNONITE COMMUNITY
Ky 100 and 585, Scottsville
270-237-4782
www.scottsvilleky.info
Calling themselves “the plain people,”
they lead a simple life with no electric- or
gas-powered machinery. In the fall, see
molasses made. m
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SHAKER MUSEUM AT SOUTH
UNION
850 Shaker Museum Rd.,
South Union
270-542-4167 | 800-811-8379
www.shakermuseum.com
Learn firsthand about the Shaker way
of life. Restored buildings are now a
musuem of Shaker folklife and culture, a
gift shop and lodging. am
TOMPKINSVILLE

MONROE COUNTY TOURISM
COMMISSION
202 N. Magnolia St.,
Tompkinsville
270-487-1314
www.monroecountykytourism.
weebly.com b
hCUMBERLAND RIVER FERRY
Highway 214, Tompkinsville
270-487-1314
www.monroeky.com
The scenic Turkey Neck Bend area of
Monroe County can be reached from
Tompkinsville only by crossing the
Cumberland River on a ferry, which runs
24/7 and is free of charge. bm
gMONROE COUNTY
MARBLE DOME
Armory Road, Tompkinsville
270-487-1314
www.monroeky.com
A unique game of marbles is played
in this area, mainly by adult men
using handmade flint marbles and
rules that have been passed down
for generations.
gOLD MULKEY MEETINGHOUSE
STATE HISTORIC SITE
38 Old Mulkey Park Rd.,
Tompkinsville
270-487-8481
www.parks.ky.gov
Log church erected in 1804. Pioneer
graveyard, Revolutionary War soldiers.
Hannah Boone (Daniel’s sister) buried
here. Picnic area, playground.
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AUBURN
FEDERAL GROVE BED &
BREAKFAST 270-542-6106 B $$$ 4

475 E. Main St., Auburn
www.bbonline.com/fedgrove m
SHAKER TAVERN B & B 270-542-6801 B $$$

P.O. Box 177, Auburn 800-929-8701
www.shakermuseum.com/tavern
BOWLING GREEN
1869 HOMESTEAD BED &
BREAKFAST 270-842-0510 B $$$ 3
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212 Mizpah Rd., Bowling Green 800-315-2621
www.1869homestead.com m
BEST WESTERN MOTOR INN 270-782-3800 H $$$ 177

166 Cumberland Trace Rd., Bowling Green 800-343-2937
www.bestwestern.com mcj
CANDLEWOOD SUITES 270-843-5505 H $$$ 90

540 Wall St., Bowling Green 888-226-3539
www.candlewoodsuitesbg.com mj
CARDINAL MOTEL 270-842-0328 H $ 20

1310 U.S. 31 W. Bypass, Bowling Green mj
CLUB COTTAGES AT OLDE STONE 270-393-4672 C $$$$ 8

950 Village Way, Bowling Green
www.olde-stone.com mc
COMFORT INN 270-843-1163 H $$ 65
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4646 Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green 800-221-2222
www.comfortinn.com mc
CONTINENTAL INN 270-781-5200 H $$ 99

700 Interstate Dr., Bowling Green mcj
COUNTRY HEARTH INN 270-783-4443 H $$ 39

395 Corvette Dr., Bowling Green 888-294-6491
www.countryhearth.com mj
COUNTRY INN & SUITES 270-781-7200 H $$$ 85
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535 Wall St., Bowling Green 800-596-2375
www.countryinns.com/bowlinggreenky mj
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 270-783-8569 H $$$ 93

1010 Wilkinson Trace, Bowling Green 800-321-2211
www.marriott.com/bwgcy mc
DAYS INN 270-781-6470 H $$ 61
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4617 Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
DRURY INN 270-842-7100 H $$ 140
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3250 Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green 800-378-7946
www.druryhotels.com mj
ECONOMY INN 270-842-0321 H $ 29

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EXECUTIVE INN & SUITES 270-842-6730 H $$ 69
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181 Cumberland Trace Rd., Bowling Green mj
FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT 270-782-6933 H $$$ 102
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1940 Mel Browning St., Bowling Green 800-228-2800
www.fairfieldinn.com/bwgfi m
HAMPTON INN 270-842-4100 H $$$ 130
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233 Three Springs Rd., Bowling Green 800-426-7866
www.hamptoninn.com/hi/bowlinggreen mj
HILTON GARDEN INN 270-781-6778 H $$$ 133

1020 Wilkinson Trace, Bowling Green 877-782-9444
www.bowlinggreen.stayhgi.com mc
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-843-3200 H $$$ 92
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165 Three Springs Rd., Bowling Green 800-465-4329
www.hiexpress.com mj
HOLIDAY INN UNIVERSITY PLAZA 270-745-0088 H $$$ 218

1021 Wilkinson Trc., Bowling Green
www.hibowlinggreen.com mcj
HOME-TOWNE SUITES 270-846-3311 H $$ 105

1929 Mel Browning St., Bowling Green 877-876-9487
www.htshotel.com mj
LA QUINTA INN & SUITES 270-783-0083 H $$$ 66
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1953 Mel Browning St., Bowling Green 800-753-3757
www.lq.com mj
MAY FAIR MOTEL 270-782-3282 H $ 39

1540 Old Louisville Rd., Bowling Green
MICROTEL INN 270-745-9922 H $ 75

1980 Mel Browning St., Bowling Green 888-771-7171
www.microtelinn.com m
MOTEL 6 270-843-0140 H $$ 91

3139 Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green 800-466-8356
www.motel6.com mj
NEWS INN OF BOWLING GREEN 270-781-3460 H $$ 50
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3160 Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green 800-443-3701
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QUALITY INN 270-846-4588 H $$ 45
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1919 Mel Browning St., Bowling Green 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com m
RAMADA INN 270-781-3000 H $$ 118
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4767 Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green 866-322-2034
www.ramadabluegrass.com mcj
RED ROOF INN 270-781-6550 H $$ 56
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3140 Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green 800-733-7663
www.redroof.com mj
SLEEP INN 270-842-3800 H $$ 67
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185 Greenwood Ln., Bowling Green 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com m
SUPER 8, EXIT 22 270-781-9594 H $$ 90
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250 Cumberland Trace Rd., Bowling Green
www.super8.com mj
SUPER 8, EXIT 28 270-781-4900 H $$ 60
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110 Williamette Ln., Bowling Green
www.super8bgky.com m
VALUE LODGE 270-781-6181 H $ 35

760 Interstate Drive, Bowling Green
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WESTERN HILLS MOTEL 270-842-5633 H $ 40

U.S. 231 & 68, Bowling Green mj
BROWNSVILLE
SERENITY HILL BED AND
BREAKFAST 270-597-9647 B $$$ 3

3600 Mammoth Cave Rd., Brownsville
serenityhillbedandbreakfast.com m
CAVE CITY
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 270-773-2151 H $$ 106

822 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City 888-315-2378
www.americasbestvalueinn.com mcj Ad Page 13
BEST WESTERN KENTUCKY INN 270-773-3161 H $$ 51
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1009 Doyle Ave., Cave City
www.bestwestern.com mj
CAVELAND MOTEL 270-773-2321 H $ 14
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COMFORT INN & SUITES 270-773-3335 H $ 63
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819 Sanders St., Cave City
www.comfortinn.com m Ad Page 75
COUNTRYSIDE INN 270-773-3118 H $ 20

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DAYS INN 270-773-3101 H $$ 89
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102 E. Gardner Ln., Cave City
www.daysinn.com mj
ECONO LODGE 270-773-3121 H $ 108
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807 Mammoth Cave St., Cave City
www.econolodgecavecity.com mj
KENTUCKY ACTION PARK 800-789-0560 C $ 5
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3057 Mammoth Cave Rd.., Cave City
www.econolodgecavecity.com
PARKVIEW MOTEL 800-482-2262 H $ 16
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3906 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City
www.econolodgecavecity.com
ROCKCABIN CAMPING 270-773-4740 C $ 9
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5091 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City
www.econolodgecavecity.com
SLEEP INN & SUITES 270-773-2030 H $ 25

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STAR MOTEL 270-773-2983 H $ 21

908 S. Dixie Hwy., Cave City mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 270-773-2500 H $$ 50
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799 Mammoth Cave St., Cave City 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
TRAVEL INN 270-773-2138 H $ 25

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THE WAYFARER BED & BREAKFAST 270-773-3366 B $$ 5

1240 Old Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City 877-592-2663
www.bbonline.com/ky/wayfarer
Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
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WIGWAM VILLAGE #2 270-773-3381 H $$ 15

601 N. Dixie Hwy., Cave City
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EDMONTON
CAVE HILL MOTEL, INC. 270-432-3911 H $ 7

310 W. Stockton St., Edmonton
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LIZZIE FARM VACATION RENTAL 270-659-2110 C $$

1819 Locust Grove Church Road, Edmonton
www.lizziefarm.com/
FRANKLIN
BEST WESTERN FRANKLIN INN 270-598-0070 H $$ 50
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www.bestwestern.com
COMFORT INN & SUITES 270-586-3832 H 60
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DAYS INN 270-598-0163 H $$ 59
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www.daysinn.com mj
ECONO LODGE 270-586-3291 H $$ 46
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3894 Nashville Rd., Franklin
www.econolodge.com j
HAMPTON INN 270-598-8001 H $$$ 72
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4010 Nashville Rd., Franklin 800-426-7866
www.hamptoninn.com m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-586-7626
& SUITES 888-465-4329 H $$$ 75
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KENTUCKY MOTEL 270-586-4486 H $ 20

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KNIGHT’S INN 270-586-8885 H $ 40

2805 Scottsville Rd., Franklin 888-288-5093
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QUALITY INN 270-586-6100 H $$ 55
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3794 Nashville Rd., Franklin 800-228-5150
www.choicehotels.com mj
SUPER 8 270-586-5090 H $$ 48
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3811 Nashville Rd., Franklin 888-288-5081
www.super8.com mj
GLASGOW
COMFORT INN GLASGOW 270-651-9099 H $$ 60
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210 Calvary Dr., Glasgow
www.choicehotels.com mj
DAYS INN GLASGOW 270-651-1757 H $$ 59
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105 Days Inn Blvd., Glasgow 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
FOUR SEASONS COUNTRY INN 270-678-1000 B $$ 21
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www.fourseasonscountryinn.com m
HALL PLACE BED & BREAKFAST 270-651-3176 B $$ 4

313 S. Green St., Glasgow 866-651-3176
www.hallplacebedandbreakfast.com m
HAPPY VALLEY INN 270-651-5177 H $ 16

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MAIN STREET BED & BREAKFAST 270-590-1410 B $$

208 East Main Street, Glasgow
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PAYNE FARM RETREAT 270-427-1167

100 Etoile Rd., Glasgow
TOWNE INN 270-651-2169 H $ 25

604 Happy Valley Rd., Glasgow m
HORSE CAVE
COUNTRY HEARTH INNS
AND SUITES 270-786-2165 H $$ 80
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www.countryhearth.com mcj
HAMPTON INN 270-786-5000 H $$$ 101
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www.hampton.com m
HORSE CAVE MOTEL 270-786-2151 H $ 23

319 S. Dixie St., Horse Cave
LUCAS
BARREN RIVER LAKE STATE
RESORT PARK 270-646-2151 R $$ 72

1149 State Park Rd., Lucas 800-325-0057
www.parks.ky.gov mca
HARSTON’S HIDEAWAY
LAKE FRONT CABINS 270-646-3199 C $$$$ 3

13020 Scottsville Rd., Lucas
www.barrenlake.com/harston.htm
THE NARROW WAY BED &
BREAKFAST 270-646-2957 B 6

554 S. Lucas Rd., Lucas
www.thenarrowwaybb.com
MAMMOTH CAVE
MAMMOTH CAVE HOTEL 270-758-2225 H $$ 62

Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave
www.mammothcavehotel.com mc Ad Page 77
REINECKE’S LAKE COTTAGE 270-286-8029 C $$$$ 1

74 Arrow Point Trails, Mammoth Cave
www.mammothcave.com/reinecke.htm
MORGANTOWN
GREEN RIVER LODGE 270-526-6262 C $$ 19

102 Sawmill Rd., Morgantown
www.greenriverlodge.org mj
MOTEL 6 270-526-9481 H 45

1460 S. Main St., Morgantown 800-466-8356
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CAVE COUNTRY INN BED &
BREAKFAST 270-524-1379 B $$$

1180 Raider Hollow Rd., Munfordville
www.cavecountryinnspa.com
COUNTRY GIRL AT HEART FARM
BED AND BREAKFAST 270-531-5276 B $$$ 5

6230 Priceville Rd., Munfordville 877-782-4295
www.countrygirlatheartfarmbandb.com mc
SUPER 11 INN & SUITES 270-524-4888 H $$ 45

88 Bull Run Rd., Munfordville
PARK CITY
THE BISHOP HOUSE 270-670-1333 C

Double K Farms, 287 Waller Rd., Park City
www.bishophouseky.com
DIAMOND CAVERNS RESORT,
CAMPGROUND AND GOLF CLUB 270-749-3114 C $$ 53

1878 Mammoth Cave Pkwy., Park City
www.mammothfun.com/dcr ja
PARK MAMMOTH RESORT 270-749-4101 R $$
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www.parkmammothresort.us mcj
RUSSELLVILLE
ECONO LODGE 270-726-2488 H $$ 27
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www.visitlogancounty.com/econolodge.htm mj
QUALITY INN 270-725-9771 H $$ 40
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www.choicehotels.com
SCOTTSVILLE
CARTER’S BYPASS MOTEL 270-237-3666 H $ 19

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EXECUTIVE INN 270-622-7770 H $$ 38
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www.executiveinnofscottsville.com mj
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SMITHS GROVE
BRYCE INN 270-563-5141 H $$ 25

592 S. Main St., Smiths Grove
www.bryceinn.com mj
OAK HILL FARM & CABINS 270-791-6345 C $$$ 3

567 Rocky Hill Rd., Smiths Grove
www.bbonline.com/ky/cavespring
Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
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Accommodation Types:
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H = Hotels/Motels; R = Resorts
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BOWLING GREEN
BEECH BEND CAMPGROUND 270-781-7634 500
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BOWLING GREEN KOA 270-843-1919 132


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CAVE CITY
CAVE COUNTRY RV CAMPGROUND 270-773-4678 51
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JESSE JAMES CAMPGROUND 270-773-2560



3057 Mammoth Cave Rd., Cave City 800-798-0560
www.kentuckyactionpark.com k
SINGING HILLS RV &
CAMPING PARK 270-773-3789 37
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YOGI BEAR’S JELLYSTONE PARK
CAMP-RESORT 270-773-3840 150
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CUB RUN
DOG CREEK CAMPGROUND CE 270-524-5454 70
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FRANKLIN
BLUEGRASS MUSIC RV PARK 270-586-5622 120
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GLASGOW
BEAVER CREEK CAMPGROUND 270-646-2055 12



2346 Beaver Creek Boat Ramp Rd., Glasgow
www.visitglasgowbarren.com/barrenriverlake.asp e fj
HORSE CAVE
HORSE CAVE KOA 270-786-2819 73
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www.koa.com k e fj
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BARREN RIVER LAKE STATE
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DOUBLE J STABLES &
HORSEMANS CAMP 270-286-8167 20
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www.doublejstables.com k fj
HOUCHINS FERRY CAMPGROUND 270-758-2180 12



Houchins Ferry Rd., Mammoth Cave
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MAMMOTH CAVE CAMPGROUND 270-758-2424 109



One Mammoth Cave Pkwy., Mammoth Cave 877-444-6777
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MAMMOTH CAVE HORSE
CAMPGROUND 800-682-3958
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www.mammothcavehorsecamp.com k fj
MAPLE SPRINGS GROUP
CAMPGROUND 270-758-2424 7



Six miles from MCNP Visitor Center, Mammoth Cave 877-444-6777
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MOUTARDIER CAMPGROUND 270-286-4511 167
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www.lrl.usace.army.mil/nrl k fj
NOLIN LAKE STATE PARK 270-286-4240 32
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PARK CITY
DIAMOND CAVERNS RESORT,
CAMPGROUND AND GOLF CLUB 270-749-3114 88
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BAILEY’S POINT CAMPGROUND 270-622-6959 215
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BARREN RIVER DAM & TAILWATER
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TOMPKINSVILLE
TOMPKINSVILLE CITY PARK
PRIMITIVE CAMPING 270-487-6776 5



1701 Mill Creek Rd, Tompkinsville
www.kystaycation.parks.officelive.com fj
VICTORIAN HOUSE BED &
BREAKFAST 270-563-9403 B $$$ 5

110 N. Main St, Smiths Grove 800-843-5210
www.bbonline.com/ky/victorian m
TOMPKINSVILLE
PICK’S MOTEL 270-487-6149 H $ 8

512 N. Main St., Tompkinsville

RIVER BREEZE CABIN 270-487-9228 C $$ 1

7634 Center Point Rd., Tompkinsville
www.tompkinsvilleinn.com ja
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TOMPKINSVILLE INN 270-487-9228 H $$ 31
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Symbols: a Campground; eSupply Store;
Restaurant on Site; a Lodging
Boat Type Rental:
H = Houseboat; P = Power Boat;
C = Canoe
Additional marinas appear in the accommodation
grids throughout this guide. For a complete list, visit
www.kentuckytourism.com and click on
“Explore Kentucky,” then “Lakes & Rivers.”
Practice Facilities:
A = All; C = Chipping Parks;
D = Driving Range; P = Putting Green
Rates: $ = up to $30; $$ = $31 and above;
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BARREN RIVER LAKE
STATE PARK MARINA 270-646-2357 250 P
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BROWNS FORD BOAT RAMP 270-434-2329
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WALNUT CREEK MARINA 270-622-5858

2001 Walnut Creek Rd., Scottsville
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CROSSWINDS GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P $$
1031 Wilkinson Trc., Bowling Green 270-393-3559
www.bgky.org/golf/crosswinds.php 800-786-7263
THE GOLF COURSE AT RIVERVIEW 9 36 C,P $
1200 W. Main St., Bowling Green 270-393-3877
www.bgky.org/golf/hobson.php
PAUL WALKER GOLF COURSE 9 35 C,P $
1044 Covington St., Bowling Green 270-393-3821
www.bgky.org/golf/paulwalker.php
CUB RUN
SHADY HOLLOW GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P $
985 Ramsey Rd., Cub Run 270-286-6165
www.shadyhollowgc.com
FRANKLIN
KENNY PERRY’S COUNTRY CREEK
GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P $
1075 Kenny Perry Dr., Franklin 270-586-9373
www.kpcountrycreek.com
GLASGOW
FOX HOLLOW GOLF CLUB 18 70 A $
280 Clubhouse Ln., Glasgow 270-678-7277
www.foxhollowgolf.com
HORSE CAVE
CAVELAND RECREATION AREA, INC. 9 36 C,P $$
2968 S. Dixie Hwy., Horse Cave 270-786-1950
LUCAS
BARREN RIVER LAKE STATE RESORT PARK 18 72 $$

1149 State Park Rd., Lucas 270-646-2151
www.parks.ky.gov 800-325-0057
PARK CITY
CAVE VALLEY GOLF COURSE
OF PARK MAMMOTH 18 70 $

22850 Louisville Road, Park City 270-749-4101
RUSSELLVILLE
ROLLING HILLS GOLF COURSE 18 71
1600 Pine Dr., Russellville 270-726-8700
877-726-1044
SCOTTSVILLE
SCOTTSVILLE COUNTRY CLUB 9 35 P $
51 John Kelly Dr., Scottsville 270-237-3662
www.golflink.com/golf-courses
SUMMER SHADE
KENTUCKY HILLS GOLF COURSE 9 36 A $
6198 Randolph Summer Shade Rd., Summer Shade 270-428-4444
www.golflink.com/golf-courses
TOMPKINSVILLE
HIDDEN HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 C,P $
586 Country Club Ln., Tompkinsville 270-487-8172
www.geocities.com/hiddenhillsgolf
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CLINTON COUNTY
100 S. Cross St., Albany
606-387-5234
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120 Driftwood Dr., Burkesville
270-864-5890
www.cumberlandcounty.com
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KY 61 & KY 90, Burkesville
27,700 acres of fun for boaters, fisherman
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5970 State Park Rd., Burkesville
270-433-7431 | 800-325-2282
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pMUD CAMP CREEK WILDLIFE AREA
KY 90, Burkesville
270-465-5039
Terrain varies from steep, narrow, forested
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& RECREATION COMMISSION
7929 S. U.S. 27, Burnside
606-561-7117 | 800-240-2531
www.burnsidetourism.com
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LAKE CUMBERLAND SPEEDWAY
One Race Track Rd., Burnside
606-561-8994
www.lcspeedway.net
This 3/8-mile round, dirt track is the place
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TAYLOR COUNTY TOURIST
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325 E. Main St., Campbellsville
270-465-3786 | 800-738-4719
www.campbellsvilleky.com
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pGREEN RIVER LAKE STATE PARK
179 Park Office Rd., Campbellsville
270-465-8255 | 800-488-2515
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the 8,200-acre lake.
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592 Robin Road, Campbellsville
270-789-4525
www.greenriverstables.com
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1075 Campbellsville Bypass-
Hodgenville Rd., Campbellsville
270-789-4343 | 800-738-4719
www.campbellsvilleky.com
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6045 New Columbia Rd.,
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www.homeplacefarm.org
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ASSOCIATION
Tebbs Bend Road off 55 South,
Campbellsville
270-465-8726 | 800-738-4719
www.tebbsbend.com
Three-mile driving tour of the Green
River Bridge Civil War Battlefield. The
Atkinson-Griffin House, Confederate
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COLUMBIA-ADAIR CO.
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201 Burkesville St., Columbia
270-384-6020 | 888-837-8012
www.columbia-adaircounty.com
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1081 Edmonton Rd., Columbia
270-384-0327
Historic home of William Casey built in
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& GALLERY
980 G. Taylor Road, Columbia
270-250-8518
www.dcwaltz.com
Beautiful clay sculpted vases, figurines,
teapots and more.
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HIGHLAND RAKU STUDIO
& GALLERY
7917 Burkesville Rd., Columbia
270-378-6421
highlandrakustudio.com
Visit the gallery and enjoy the pottery
and paintings of Henrietta Roush Scott.
gJANICE HOLT & HENRY GILES HOME
360 Spout Springs Road,
Knifley, 270-465-9573
www.gilessociety.org
This site tells the story of how these
Kentucky authors built their log house
and the necessity of moving it after the
Green River Dam was built.
gJOHN B. BEGLEY CHAPEL
210 Lindsey Wilson St.,
Columbia
270-384-2126 | 800-264-0138
www.lindsey.edu
The chapel was designed by the late
world-renowned architect E. Fay Jones,
who was widely regarded to be one of the
world’s leading chapel architects. ba
gTRABUE RUSSELL HOUSE
201 Jamestown St., Columbia
270-384-2501
www.cityofcolumbiaky.com
Restored house originally built in 1821 by
early Ky pioneer Daniel Trabue. Inside is a
local history museum.
GREENSBURG

GREEN COUNTY
FISCAL COURT
206 W. Court St., Greensburg
270-932-5231
gFOOT BRIDGE AT
COURTHOUSE SQUARE
110 W. Court St., Greensburg
270-932-4298
www.greensburgonline.com
The depot, which was built for the
L & N Railroad in the early 1900s, is
connected to the public square by
a 445-foot-long, 40-foot-high foot
bridge.
gGLOVER’S STATION
121 S. Public Sq., Greensburg
270-932-5588
www.greensburgonline.com
The most imposing structure on the
public square is this building constructed
in 1828.
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GREENSBURG ART
CLUB GALLERY
204 Industrial Dr., Greensburg
270-932-5658
www.greensburgonline.com
Come and view local artists’ works. b
gMUD BRICK HOUSE
Campbellsville Road,
Greensburg
270-932-4298
www.greensburgonline.com
The only documented Mud House
(Adobe brick) in Kentucky. am
JAMESTOWN
pLAKE CUMBERLAND STATE
RESORT PARK
5465 State Park Rd., Jamestown
270-343-3111 | 800-325-1709
parks.ky.gov
Popular state resort park located south
of Jamestown overlooking Lake Cumber-
land.
LIBERTY

LIBERTY ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT CORP.
P.O. Box 127, Liberty
606-787-6463
www.libertykentucky.org
gAMISH/MENNONITE SHOPS
South of Liberty off of Ky 910
606-787-6463
www.libertykentucky.org
Self-guided tour. Shops feature products
made in the old traditional way. See furni-
ture, cheese, metal, leather, and more. bm
hLAKE LIBERTY
Ky 70 W. (Ky 817), Liberty
606-787-9973
www.libertykentucky.org
Enjoy fishing, canoeing or kayaking on
the 88-acre lake. Facilities include boat
dock and ramp.
gLIBERTY BELL
Intersection of Hustonville Street
& Ky 49, Liberty
606-787-9973
www.libertykentucky.org
An exact replica of the Liberty Bell
weighing more than 2,700 pounds, 47
inches in diameter and 45 inches tall
welcomes visitors to the community.
MONTICELLO

WAYNE COUNTY
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/
TOURISM
55 N. Main St., Ste. 1, Monticello
606-348-4241
www.heartoflakecumberland.com
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gBROWN-LANIER HOUSE
KY 379, Monticello
606-348-3064
www.monticellokychamber.com
The house served as a home, headquar-
ters and hospital before and after the
Battle of Mill Springs. Three Generals
occupied the house, General Felix K.
Zollicoffer C.S.A., General Manson Malone
U.S.A., and General George H. Thomas,
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WAYNE COUNTY MUSEUM
75 N. Main St., Monticello
606-348-3064
www.monticellokychamber.com
The museum is home to many artifacts
and historical pieces relating to the
history of Wayne County. It also houses
genealogical records.
gWEST-METCALFE HOUSE
720 Old Mill Springs Road,
Monticello, 606-348-3064
www.monticellokychamber.com
Isaac West built the first brick house in
Wayne County in 1800. General Felix
Zollicoffer used it as his headquarters
before the Battle of Mill Springs on
January 19th, 1863.
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MILL SPRINGS NATIONAL BATTLE-
FIELD VISITOR CENTER & MUSEUM
9020 W. Hwy. 80, Nancy
606-636-4045
www.millsprings.net
Learn more about The Battle of Mill
Springs, the first Union victory in the
western theater of the American Civil
War, and tour the Battlefield. bam
RUSSELL SPRINGS

RUSSELL COUNTY TOURISM
650 S. Hwy. 127, Russell Springs
270-866-4333 | 888-833-4220
www.lakecumberlandvacation.com
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SOMERSET-PULASKI
CONVENTION & VISITORS
BUREAU
522 Ogden St., Somerset
606-679-6394 | 800-642-6287
www.lakecumberlandtourism.com
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CEDAR CREEK VINEYARDS
294 Cedar Creek Ln., Somerset
606-875-3296
www.cedarcreekvineyards.net
Family-owned and operated small farm
winery. Offering a variety of wines.
pCHILDREN’S BOTANICAL GARDEN
OF SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY
304 S. Main St., Somerset
606-679-8401
The garden encourages children to use
all their senses to connect plants to the
sciences, history, literature and the arts
hLAKE CUMBERLAND (CORPS OF
ENGINEERS)
855 Boat Dock Road, Somerset
606-679-6337
www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/wol/rec
Lake Cumberland, one of America’s
favorite lakes, is a boater’s paradise for
cruising, skiing, houseboating or fishing.
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SINKING VALLEY WINERY
1300 Plato-van Hook Rd.,
Somerset 606-274-0223
www.sinkingvalleywinery.com
Come visit and taste wines on the farm. Of-
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Tours of the winery are available . b am
pSOMERNITES CRUISE
Downtown Somerset
606-872-2277
www.somernitescruise.com
Streetrods, classics, antiques, muscle
cars and more in Somerset, the “Official
Car Cruise Capital of Ky.”
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SOMERSPLASH WATER PARK
1030 Hwy. 2227, Somerset
606-679-7946
www.somersplash.com
SomerSplash is twenty acres of safe fam-
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modate all ages plus a giant wave pool.
Open Memorial Day-Labor Day. bm
STEARNS
pBIG SOUTH FORK NATIONAL
RIVER AND RECREATION AREA
100 Henderson St., Stearns
606-376-5073
www.nps.gov/biso
This pristine natural setting offers
panoramic views, hiking, fishing and
whitewater rafting. b
g BIG SOUTH FORK SCENIC
RAILWAY
100 Henderson St., Stearns
606-376-5330 | 800-462-5664
www.bsfsry.com
Visit one of the last complete “company”
towns and short line railroad coupled
with rich coal mining and lumber
heritage of scenic Southern Kentucky.
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gBLUE HERON MINING
COMMUNITY
Highway 742, Stearns
606-376-3787
www.nps.gov
Restored coal town with photos, exhibits
and recorded messages and mining
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MCCREARY COUNTY MUSEUM
1 Henderson St., Stearns
606-376-5730
www.mccrearymuseum.com
Museum is housed in the old Stearns Coal and
Lumber Company headquarters, built in 1907.
“Come and smell the Moonshine.” bam
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MCCREARY COUNTY
TOURIST COMMISSION
P.O. Box 62, Whitley City
606-376-3008 | 888-284-3718
www.kyvacations.com Ad Page 72
gBARTHELL MINING CAMP
Hwy 742, Whitley City
606-376-8749 | 888-550-5748
www.barthellcoalcamp.com
Dating back to 1902, this was the first of
18 mining camps belonging to the Stearns
Coal and Lumber Co. Today visitors can
tour the restored camp.
pDANIEL BOONE NATIONAL FOREST,
STEARNS RANGER DISTRICT
3320 Hwy. 27 N., Whitley City
606-376-5323
www.fs.fed.us/r8/boone/
Two state Wild Rivers, three campgrounds,
three picnic areas, two shooting ranges and
over 100 miles of trails including a portion of
the Sheltowee Trace Trail.
pNATURAL ARCH SCENIC AREA
Highway 927, Parkers Lake
606-376-5323
Magnificent sandstone arch, picnicking and
hiking. 50 x 90 arch. Open all year $3 per
vehicle bm
pSHELTOWE TRACE OUTFITTERS
2001 Hwy. 90, Corbin
606-526-7238 | 800-541-7238
www.ky-rafting.com
pYAHOO FALLS-BIG SOUTH FORK NRRA
Ky 700, Whitley City
606-376-5073
www.nps.gov/biso
Trail provides access to and allows good
views of 113-foot falls. Has picnic facilities
and scenic overlooks.
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Cruise on the Lake.
Explore Civil War history.
Relax at a B&B, campground or hotel. Play a round of golf.
Rev up at a classic car show. Discover local vineyards.
SOMERSET-PULASKI COUNTY

KENTUCKY
lakecumberlandtourism.com FUN IN AND OUT OF THE WATER
• Vacation, extended stay
and long term rentals
available.
• Proudly serving the
Lake Cumberland Area.
• Enrolling new homes daily!
Call for discounts,
special occasion and
Holiday Rates
A Better Rental
www.abetterrentallakecumberland.com
www.leesfordmarina.com i
606-636-6426
It’s been said that
we are the BEST
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t Located just a short drive from Cumberland
Falls State Park, the Big South Fork National
Recreation Area and the Scenic Railway
Call today for reservations!
Phone: 606.561.4451 t Toll free: 877.562.4451
info@lostlodge.com t www.lostlodge.com
Lost Lodge Resort
Lake Cumberland Cabin Rentals
Lost Lodge is a family owned and
operated resort ofering one, two and
three bedroom cabins.
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ALBANY
BEST WESTERN ALBANY
GARDEN INN 606-387-7238 H $$$ 54
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BRANHAM MOTEL 606-387-6606 H $ 13

1013 N. Cross St., Albany m
GRIDER HILL DOCK 606-387-5501

115 Grider Hill Lodge Rd., Albany
www.griderhilldmarina.com cja
ROYAL INN 606-387-6853 H $ 16

118 Burkesville Rd., Albany
WISDOM DOCK 606-387-5821

7613 Wisdom Dock Rd., Albany 800-840-8523
www.wisdomdock.com c
BRONSTON
ACORN & FOX INN 606-561-7755 B $$$ 8

85 Noble Oaks Dr., Bronston 888-561-7755
www.acornandfoxinn.com
LAKE CUMBERLAND REALTY 606-561-5335 C

814 Colyer Rd., Bronston 800-688-5737
www.lakecumberlandrealty.com
MORRIS LAKE HOUSE 248-693-8630 C

386 Cumberland Dr., Bronston
WAITSBORO HOUSE 661-607-6448

351 Old Waitsboro Road, Bronston
www.vrbo.com/246025
WOODSON BEND RESORT 606-561-5300 R

14 Woodson Bend Rd., Bronston 800-872-9825
www.woodsonbendresort.com c
BURKESVILLE
ALPINE MOUNTAIN VIEW RESORT 270-864-3300 H $$ 25

700 Hill St., Burkesville
www.alpinemotel.com cj
CABIN FEVER 270-358-4415 C

243 Davidson Road, Burkesville
cabinfeverky.com
COPPER HOLLOW BED AND BREAKFAST B $$$
3462 State Park Rd., Burkesville 866-334-7100
www.copperhollowbandb.com m
DAILEY’S DALE HOLLOW
PROPERTIES, LTD 317-627-8934 C
126 Davidson Road, Burkesville
www.yourdalehollowgetaway.com
DALE HOLLOW GETAWAYS
VACATION RENTALS 866-788-0089 C

Main St., Burkseville
www.dalehollowgetaways.com
DALE HOLLOW LAKE STATE
RESORT PARK 270-433-7431 R $$ 60

5970 State Park Rd., Burkesville 800-325-2282
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FISHERMAN’S COVE 270-433-5898 C

2687 Celina Road, Burkesville
www.tracesonthecumberland.com
HENDRICKS CREEK RESORT 270-433-7172 R $$$

945 Hendricks Creek Rd., Burkesville 888-321-4000
www.hendrickscreekresort.com j
HIDDEN CAVE RANCH BED
AND BREAKFAST 270-433-3225 B $$

877 Thrasher Road, Burkesville
www.hiddencaveranch.com mj
OLD COE HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 270-864-9310 B $$

433 North Main Street, Burkesville
www.theoldcoehouse.com m
RIVERFRONT LODGE 270-864-3300 H $$ 40

305 Keen St., Burkesville
www.riverfrontlodge.com mj
SULPHUR CREEK RESORT 270-433-7272 C $$$$

3622 Sulphur Creek Rd., Burkesville
www.sulphurcreek.com mca Ad Page 88
TIMBER RIDGE LODGE 270-433-7122

20 Timber Ridge Lane, Burkesville
www.dalehollowlake.net/timberridge
BURNSIDE
A BETTER RENTAL AT
LAKE CUMBERLAND 606-561-7574 R $$$ 10

Roberts Bend Rd., Burnside
www.abetterrentalatlakecumberland.com Ad Page 83
BURNSIDE 7 GABLES MOTEL, LLC 606-561-4133 H $$
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CAROL MITCHELL LODGING 513-602-6032

Roberts Bend Road, Burnside
CUMBERLAND COVE COTTAGES 606-561-4215 C $$

620 Coomer Rd., Burnside 800-760-9135
www.cumberlandcovecottages.com
CUMBERLAND HILLSIDE HIDEAWAY 260-615-3942 C $$$$

212 Pebble Dr. (in LC Resort), Burnside
www.vrbo.com/311962 m
EAGLES VIEW BED & BREAKFAST 606-561-7834 B $$$ 2

45 Glen Eagle Dr., Burnside 877-767-9966
www.eaglesviewbnb.com m
LAKE CUMBERLAND RESORT 606-561-5611 R

500 Roberts Bend Rd., Burnside 800-750-5159
www.lakecumberlandresort.com
SANDERS MOTEL 606-561-4327 H $$ 8

7892 S. Hwy. 27, Burnside
SOUTHFORK CABINS 606-561-4704 C $$$ 3

56 Narrows Rd., Burnside
www.southforkcabins.com j
VILLAGER RESORT 606-561-4707 C 22

86 Villager Resort Dr, Burnside 866-561-4707
www.villagerresort.com mj
WHITMIRE PROPERTIES 330-492-7162 C

2340 Roberts Bend Road, Burnside
COUNTRYSIDE COTTAGES 606-561-7154 C

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WHISPERING WOODS COTTAGE 606-305-4905 C

239 Enchanted Forest Way, Burnside
CAMPBELLSVILLE
BEST WESTERN
CAMPBELLSVILLE INN 270-465-7001 H $$ 60
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www.bestwestern.com m
EMERALD ISLE RESORT & MARINA 270-465-3412 R $$

1500 County Park Rd., Campbellsville 888-815-2000
www.emeraldisleresort.com mcj
GREEN RIVER MARINA & RESORT 270-465-2512 R $$$$

2892 Lone Valley Rd., Campbellsville 800-488-2512
www.greenrivermarina.com mcj
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-465-2727 H $$$ 65
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www.hiexpress.com m
LAKEVIEW MOTEL 270-465-8139 H $ 16

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LUCKY VISTA MOTEL 270-465-8196 H $ 18

1409 S. Columbia Ave., Campbellsville 800-649-4692
www.luckyvista.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 270-789-0808 H $$ 39
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100 Albion Way, Campbellsville 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
TOWNE MOTEL 270-469-3543 H $ 14

505 S. Columbia Ave., Campbellsville
www.townemotelky.com mj
COLUMBIA
BEST WESTERN COLUMBIA INN 270-384-9744 H $$ 50
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www.bestwestern.com mj
DREAMLAND MOTEL 270-384-2131 H $ 18

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HILL & VALLEY FARMS
BED & BREAKFAST 270-384-9844 B $$ 3

431 Wilson Rd., Columbia 800-933-2905
www.hillandvalleyfarms.com
Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
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HOLMES BEND MARINA-RESORT 270-384-4425 $$$$
5380 Holmes Bend Rd., Columbia 800-801-8154 R
www.holmesbendresort.com cj
MAGNOLIA HOUSE BED AND
BREAKFAST 270-378-6243 B $$ 3

307 Merchant St., Columbia
www.bedandbreakfastmagnoliahouse.com
JAMESTOWN
ANCHOR INN, LLC 270-343-5560 H $ 10
1655 S. Hwy. 92, Jamestown
www.anchorinnky.com
APPLE VALLEY CONDO 859-992-5915 R 2

145 State Park Rd. (Apple Valley Blvd.), Jamestown
www.applevalleycondo.com m
JAMESTOWN RESORT AND MARINA 270-343-5253 R

3677 S. Hwy. 92, Jamestown 800-830-5131
www.jamestown-marina.com c
RIVERSIDE RETREAT 270-343-3777 C $ 4
875 Helm Landing Rd., Jamestown
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TIMBER POINTE RESORT PARK 270-343-2267 H $$ 15

2671 S. Hwy. 92, Jamestown 866-848-7855
www.timberpointe.com
LIBERTY
HORSE & BUGGY COUNTRY INN
BED & BREAKFAST 606-787-6612 B $$ 4

1159 S. Fork Ridge Rd., Liberty
ROYAL INN EXPRESS 606-787-6224 H $$ 23
579 N. Wallace Wilkinson Blvd., Liberty mj
MONTICELLO
BEAVER CREEK RESORT 606-348-7280 R
West Ky 92, Monticello 800-844-8862
www.beavercreekmarina.com cj
CAMPLIN’S CUMBERLAND RETREAT 606-348-5647 C $$$ 3
44 Camplin Dr., Monticello
www.camplinsretreat.com j
FAIRCHILD’S BED & BREAKFAST 606-348-5555 B 3

295 S. Main St., Monticello
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GOLDEN POND RESORT 606-348-7663 C $$$$ 15

56 Golden Pond Rd., Monticello
www.goldenpondresort.com mj
HAPPY TIMES LAKE RENTALS 606-348-1926 C $$ 6
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LAKE CUMBERLAND INN 606-340-8687 H $$ 60
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lakecumberlandinn.com m
MONTICELLO MOTEL 606-348-5756 H $ 30
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NANCY
LAKE CUMBERLAND RENTAL
PROPERTIES 614-216-8897 C $$$$ 2
3340 Ard Ridge Rd. & 3260 Ard Ridge Rd., Nancy
www.lakecumberlandrentalproperties.com
LEE’S FORD RESORT MARINA 606-636-6426 R 18

451 Lee’s Ford Dock Rd., Nancy
www.leesfordmarina.com mcj Ad Page 83
LINNVIEW RETREAT 606-871-7575 C $$ 1
824 S. Hwy. 837, Nancy
www.linnview.com
R HOME FOR U 330-247-8035 C
99 Prather Drive, Nancy
www.vrbo/175978
SACKETTS LAKE BLUFF CABINS 606-871-9595 C $$$$ 3
59 Vicki Street, Nancy
www.sackettslakebluffcabins.com j
VACATION VENTURES, LTD. 614-668-1875 C
31 Forest Park Drive, Nancy
www.lakecumberland-rental.com
RUSSELL SPRINGS
CUMBERLAND LODGE 270-866-4208 H 52
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www.cumberlandlodge.net mj
FORT WAHOO 270-866-5010 C

54 Wahoo Way, Russell Springs
www.fortwahoo-lakecumberland.com
INDIAN HILLS RESORT ALLIGATOR II
MARINA & WOLF CREEK CAMPING 270-866-6616 R

2108 Hwy. 1383, Russell Springs 800-562-5617
www.indianhillsresort.com cja
LAKEPOINTE RESORT 270-866-3856 R 23

1583 Hwy. 1383, Russell Springs 877-287-2036
www.lakepointeresort.com m
PINECREST RV PARK AND CABINS 270-866-5615 C $$ 13

1080 Hwy. 1383, Russell Springs
www.pinecrestpark.com ja
SPORTSMAN’S HIDEAWAY LODGES 270-866-2331 C 3

1597 S. Hwy. 1383, Russell Springs
SOMERSET
ANCHORS AWAY AT
LAKE CUMBERLAND 513-673-5119 C $$$ 1

1075 Lakeview Dr., Somerset
www.anchorsawayrental.com m
BEST WESTERN MID-TOWN
INN & SUITES 606-677-9000 H $$ 61
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108 Jefferson Dr., Somerset 800-937-8376
www.bestwesternmid-towninn.com m
BUDGET INN 606-679-1006 H $ 25

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COMFORT INN 606-677-1500 H $$ 54
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www.comfortinnsomerset.com m
COUNTRY INN & SUITES 606-679-3711 H $$ 52
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515 N. Hwy. 27, Somerset 800-456-4000
www.countryinns.com m
DAYS INN 606-678-2052 H $$ 54
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125 N. Hwy. 27, Somerset 888-440-2021
www.daysinn.com mj
DOOLIN HOUSE INN 606-678-9494 B $$$ 5

502 N. Main St., Somerset
www.doolinhouse.com m
ECONOMY INN 606-679-1111 H 27

422 Monticello St., Somerset
HAMPTON INN 606-676-8855 H $$$ 73
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HILLCREST MOTEL 606-679-6930 H 10

1475 W. Hwy. 80, Somerset
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES 606-425-4444 H 75
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KAY’S CABIN 606-677-1771 C $$$ 1

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KNIGHTS INN 606-678-4195 H 47

1532 S. U.S. 27, Somerset 800-843-5644
www.knightsinn.com m
LOST LODGE RESORT 606-561-4451 R $$$ 19

265 Lost Lodge Rd., Somerset 877-562-4451
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QUALITY INN & SUITES 606-678-2023 H $$ 59
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RED ROOF INN 606-678-8115 H $$ 56
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www.redroof.com mj
REGENCY INN 606-678-8121 H 30

60 S. Hwy. 27, Somerset j
STARKEY’S WOODED LAKE HOUSE 859-433-1575

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SUPER 8 MOTEL 606-679-9279 H 61

601 S. Hwy. 27, Somerset 800-800-8000
www.super8somerset.com m
TRIPLE SPRINGS CROSSING 606-271-7105 C $$$ 3

3841 Beech Grove Rd., Science Hill 800-704-1971
www.triplespringscrossing.com mj
Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
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BIG SOUTH FORK CABIN RENTAL 859-338-9181 C

Big South Fork River & Recreation Area, Stearns
www.vrbo.com
BIG SOUTH FORK MOTOR LODGE 606-376-3156 H $$ 22

136 Bruce St., Stearns
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BLAIR CREEK HORSE CAMP
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3224 Mine 18 Rd., Strunk
www.blaircreekresort.com
PARKLAND MOTEL RV CAMP 606-376-5046 H

1950 S. Hwy. 27., Stearns 866-376-9277
www.parklandmotel.com ja
STEARNS CABIN RENTAL 606-376-3682 C $

38 Henderson St., Stearns
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BARTHELL MINING CAMP 606-376-8749 C

Hwy. 742, Whitley City 888-550-5748
www.barthellcoalcamp.com
EXECUTIVE SOUTH FORK INN 606-376-3780 H $$ 59
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735 Taylor Branch Rd., Parkers Lake
www.farmhouseinnbb.com
TREE TOP ROUND HOUSE 606-376-4053 C

330 Lake Shore Dr., Parkers Lake
www.kentuckytreetoprental.com
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and click on “Places to Stay,” then “Campgrounds.”
Symbols: RV Sites; Swimming; Tents Welcome;
Pets Accepted; l Marinas
CAMPGROUNDS
ALBANY
GRIDER HILL DOCK 606-387-5501

115 Grider Hill Lodge Rd., Albany
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RYAN RV PARK 606-387-8641 28
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LAKE CUMBERLAND RV PARK AND GOLF
DRIVING RANGE 606-561-8222 102
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DALE HOLLOW LAKE STATE
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SULPHUR CREEK RESORT 270-433-7272 31
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www.sulphurcreek.com
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GENERAL BURNSIDE ISLAND STATE PARK 606-561-3605 94
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GREEN RIVER LAKE STATE PARK 270-465-8255 157
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www.greenrivermarina.com k j
GREEN RIVER STABLES 270-789-4525 50
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592 Robin Road, Campbellsville
www.greenriverstables.com/ fj
HEARTLAND RV PARK 270-789-6886 86
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INDIAN RIDGE CAMPGROUND 270-465-7697 95
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PIKES RIDGE CAMPGROUND 270-465-6488 60
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www.campbellsvilleky.com k e fj
SMITH RIDGE CAMPGROUND 270-789-2743 80
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HOLMES BEND CAMPGROUND GREEN
RIVER LAKE 270-384-4623 125
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THREE SPRINGS RV RESORT 270-384-4431 27
3680 Holmes Bend Rd., Columbia
www.threespringsrvresort.com k j
JAMESTOWN
KENDALL RECREATION AREA 270-343-4660 83
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www.recreation.gov k fj
MONTICELLO
CONLEY BOTTOM RESORT, INC. 606-348-6351 150
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FALL CREEK CAMPGROUND 606-348-6042 10
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www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/wol/rec/fall_creek.htm k fj
LAKE CUMBERLAND CAMPING 606-348-1736 35
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62 White Oak Ln., Monticello
www.lakecumberlandcamping.com k e j
NANCY
CUMBERLAND POINT CAMPGROUND
& RV RESORT 606-871-9831



344 Daws Ridge Rd., Nancy
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CUMBERLAND POINT RECREATION
AREA CAMPGROUND 606-871-7886 30
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www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/wol/rec/cumberland.htm k fj
PULASKI COUNTY PARK CAMPGROUND 606-636-6450 46
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RUSSELL SPRINGS
EAGLES NEST RV PARK 270-566-2249 10
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INDIAN HILLS RESORT ALLIGATOR II
MARINA & WOLF CREEK CAMPING 270-866-6616 16
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PINECREST RV PARK AND CABINS 270-866-5615
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1080 Hwy. 1383, Russell Springs
www.pinecrestpark.com j
SOMERSET
BEE ROCK CAMPGROUND 606-864-4163 28



Ky 192, East of Somerset, Somerset
FISHING CREEK RECREATION AREA 606-679-5174 48
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www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/wol/rec/fishing_creek.htm k fj
LITTLE LICK CAMPGROUND
(HORSE CAMP) 606-864-4163 6



FS122S off Hwy. 192, Somerset
SOMERSET KY RV PARK 606-219-3290 12



794 Meadow Dr., Somerset
www.somersetkyrvpark.com k j
WAITSBORO RECREATION AREA 606-561-5513 25
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www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/wol/rec/waitsboro.htm k fj
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BEAR CREEK ROCKIES 606-376-1580 23
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BELL FARM HORSE CAMP 606-376-5323 5



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www.fs.fed.us/r8/boone/recreation/campste.shtml fj
BLUE HERON CAMPGROUND 606-376-2611 45
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GREAT MEADOW CAMPGROUND 606-376-5323 18



Daniel Boone National Forest, Stearns
www.fs.fed.us/r8/boone/recreation/campste.shtml fj
PARKLAND MOTEL RV CAMP 606-376-5046 6
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www.parklandmotel.com j
WHITLEY CITY
ALUM FORD 423-569-9778 8



Ky 700, Whitley City 800-305-7417
www.nps.gov/biso/planyourvisit/ fj
BARREN FORK HORSE CAMP 606-376-5323 41



Highway 27 behind the Ranger’s Station,
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SANDHILL RV & PRIMITIVE
CAMPGROUND 606-376-7275 32
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STAMPEDE RUN HORSE CAMP 606-376-9666 24
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www.stampederun.com k fj
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GRIDER HILL DOCK 606-387-5501 H
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WISDOM DOCK 606-387-5821 500 H

7613 Wisdom Dock Rd., Albany 800-840-8523
www.wisdomdock.com eca
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DALE HOLLOW LAKE STATE RESORT PARK 270-433-7431 176 P
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HENDRICKS CREEK RESORT 270-433-7172 125 H,P
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www.hendrickscreekresort.com ea
SULPHUR CREEK RESORT 270-433-7272 150 H,P
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3622 Sulphur Creek Rd., Burkesville 888-321-4000
www.sulphurcreek.com ea
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BURNSIDE MARINA 606-561-4223 354 H,P

680 W. Lakeshore Dr., Burnside 800-844-8862
www.waterwayadventures.com ec
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EMERALD ISLE RESORT & MARINA 270-465-3412
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www.emeraldisleresort.com eca
GREEN RIVER LAKE STATE PARK 270-465-8255
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GREEN RIVER MARINA & RESORT 270-465-2512 800 H,P
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www.greenrivermarina.com eca
SMITH RIDGE CAMPGROUND 270-789-2743

Smith Ridge Road, Campbellsville 877-444-6777
www.lrl.usace.army.mil/grl e
COLUMBIA
HOLMES BEND CAMPGROUND GREEN RIVER LAKE 270-384-4623

69 Corps Rd., Columbia
www.lrl.usace.army.mil/grl
HOLMES BEND MARINA-RESORT 270-384-4425 230 H,P
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www.holmesbendresort.com ec
JAMESTOWN
JAMESTOWN RESORT AND MARINA 270-343-5253 650 H,P
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www.jamestown-marina.com ca
STATE DOCK 270-343-6000 458 H,P
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6365 State Park Rd., Jamestown
www.statedock.com ec
MONTICELLO
BEAVER CREEK RESORT 606-348-7280 300 H,P
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www.beavercreekmarina.com eca
CONLEY BOTTOM RESORT, INC. 606-348-6351 1100 H,P

270 Conley Bottom Rd., Monticello
www.conleybottom.com ac
NANCY
LEE’S FORD RESORT MARINA 606-636-6426 788 H,P
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www.leesfordmarina.com eca Ad Page 83
RUSSELL SPRINGS
INDIAN HILLS RESORT ALLIGATOR II MARINA
& WOLF CREEK CAMPING 270-866-6616 425 H

2108 Hwy. 1383, Russell Springs 800-562-5617
www.indianhillsresort.com aeca
SOMERSET
OMEGA PARK MARINA 859-361-3140 40

4345 Omega Park Rd., Somerset
ALBANY
76 FALLS COUNTRY CLUB 9
2805 Seventy Six Falls Rd, Albany 606-387-5908
MOUNTAIN VIEW GOLF COURSE 18
4751 Duvall Valley Rd., Hwy. 696, Albany 606-387-0910
BRONSTON
WOODSON BEND RESORT 18 72
14 Woodson Bend Rd., Bronston 606-561-5316
www.woodsonbendresort.com 800-872-9825
BURKESVILLE
DALE HOLLOW LAKE STATE RESORT PARK 18 72 $$
5970 State Park Rd., Burkesville 866-903-7888
parks.ky.gov
BURNSIDE
GENERAL BURNSIDE ISLAND STATE PARK 18 71 A $$
8801 S. Hwy. 27, Burnside 606-561-4104
parks.ky.gov
COLUMBIA
THE PINES AT LINDSEY WILSON (COUNTRY CLUB) 18 72 A $$
275 Country Club Rd., Columbia 270-384-3613
GREENSBURG
GREEN COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB, INC. 9 36 A
158 Golf Course Rd., Greensburg 270-932-7031
JAMESTOWN
LAKE CUMBERLAND GOLF CLUB 18 72 A $
500 Lily Creek Resort Rd., Jamestown 270-343-4653
www.golfclub.com
LIBERTY
HICKORY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB &
GOLF COURSE 9 72 C,P $
430 Short Town Rd., Liberty 606-787-7368
www.hickoryhillscc.com
MONTICELLO
MONTICELLO COUNTRY CLUB 9 36 A
384 Country Club Rd., Monticello 606-348-7321
RUSSELL SPRINGS
LAKEWOOD COUNTRY CLUB 18 70 C,P $
4214 Hwy. 379, Russell Springs 270-343-3921
www.lakewoodccgolf.com
SOMERSET
EAGLES NEST COUNTRY CLUB 18 71 C,P $$
1811 Clubhouse Dr., Somerset 606-679-7754
www.eaglesnestcc.com
SOMERSET COUNTRY CLUB 18 70 C,P
1216 N. Hwy. 1247, Somerset 606-678-4623
www.somersetcountryclub.net
WAITSBORO HILLS GOLF COURSE 18 71 D,P $
795 Slate Branch Rd., Somerset 606-679-3113
www.waitsborohills.com
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pGREAT RIVER ROAD BIKE TRAIL
610 Hwy. 51 N., Bardwell
270-628-5451
www.carlislecounty.org
Scenic biking trail. Mississippi River access. m
BARLOW

BALLARD COUNTY
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
& TOURISM CENTER
547 W. Kentucky Dr., Kevil
270-665-8277
www.ballardchamber.org
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BARLOW HOUSE MUSEUM
609 Broadway St., Barlow
270-334-3010
www.ballardcounty.org
Thomas Jefferson Barlow founded the
town. Later his son, Clifton Jesse Barlow,
built the classic 11-room Victorian Barlow
House. Today it hosts special events. bam
BENTON

FORGOTTEN PAST
3390 U.S. Hwy. 68 E., Benton
270-527-9244
www.forgottenpast.com
Small amusement park includes go-karts,
miniature golf, bumper cars, arcade,
museum and gift shop. m
CADIZ

CADIZ/TRIGG COUNTY
TOURIST & CONVENTION
COMMISSION
5748 Hopkinsville Rd., Cadiz
270-522-3892 | 888-446-6402
www.cadiz-lakebarkley.com
Ad Page 94
gFAIRHOLM HISTORIC HOME
89 Main St., Cadiz
270-522-7640
www.tclibrary.org
Built in 1885, the house is on the National
Register of Historic Homes. a
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JANICE MASON ART MUSEUM
71 Main St., Cadiz, 270-522-9056
www.jmam.org
Community arts center offering exhibi-
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pLAKE BARKLEY STATE
RESORT PARK
3500 State Park Rd., Cadiz
270-924-1131 | 800-325-1708
parks.ky.gov
The park rests on the shores of one of
the world’s largest man-made lakes and
provides for an array of outdoor activity.
WHITETAIL CREEK
OUTFITTERS
800 Whitetail Creek Rd., Cadiz
270-924-9639
www.whitetailcreekoutfitters.net
A limit of six hunters per hunt so that
hunters are successful, but also have a
memorable experience. a
CLINTON

HICKMAN COUNTY
FISCAL COURT
110 E. Clay St., Clinton
270-653-4369
www.hickmancounty.ky.gov

KY GREAT RIVER REGION
ORGANIZATION
PO Box 275, Clinton
270-705-0506 Ad Page 103
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HICKMAN COUNTY MUSEUM
221 E. Clay St., Clinton
270-653-6187
www.hickmancounty.ky.gov/
Showcases the history of the county from
the time of the Native American Mound
Builders, around 1200 A.D., up to today. ba
COLUMBUS
pCOLUMBUS BELMONT STATE PARK
350 Park Rd., Columbus
270-677-2327
parks.ky.gov
Learn about the Civil War. Picnic area, play-
ground, and miniature golf. The conference
center is a beautiful venue for weddings,
business meetings, and reunions.
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COLUMBUS-BELMONT STATE
PARK CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
350 Park Road, Columbus
270-677-2327
www.parks.ky.gov
This fortification was the site of the 1861 Battle
of Belmont, a raid fought to test the strength
of this Confederate stronghold. bam
EDDYVILLE

LAKE BARKLEY TOURIST
COMMISSION
82 Days Inn Dr., Kuttawa
270-388-5300 | 800-355-3885
www.lakebarkley.org
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ROSE HILL/LYON
COUNTY MUSEUM
Ky 730, Eddyville
270-388-5300
Located in an 1800s building, the museum
displays artifacts of Lyon County history.
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VENTURE RIVER
WATER PARK
U.S. Highway 62 West, Eddyville
270-388-7999
www.ventureriver.com
Wave pool, 10 exciting slides, large kiddie
pool with slide, lazy river with action
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ELKTON

TODD COUNTY WELCOME
CENTER
1 Public Square, Elkton
270-265-7070
GILBERTSVILLE

MARSHALL COUNTY
TOURIST COMMISSION
93 Carroll Rd., Draffenville
270-527-3128 | 800-467-7145
www.kentuckylake.org
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GARDEN & TOYLAND
9351 Hwy. 68 W., Sharpe
270-366-2301
www.myspace.com/
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Toyland is over 3,000 toys and trains in
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j KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE
RIDING STABLES
166 Upper Village Drive,
Gilbertsville
270-362-4271 | 800-295-1877
parks.ky.gov
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pKENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE
STATE RESORT PARK
166 Upper Village Drive,
Gilbertsville
270-362-4271 | 800-325-0146
parks.ky.gov
Resort on the shore of Kentucky’s
largest lake.
hKENTUCKY LAKE
U.S. 641, Gilbertsville
270-527-3128 | 800-467-7145
www.kentuckylake.org
Spanning the western portion of
Tennessee and southwest Kentucky.
Kentucky Lake offers excellent fishing,
camping, hiking and water activities.

KENTUCKY SHORES
FAMILY FUN CENTER
6215 U.S. Hwy. 641 N., Gilbertsville
270-362-4774
www.kyshoresfun.com
The facility offers many attractions
including: Go-Karts, Mini-Golf, Arcade,
Batting Cages, Water Wars, Krazy Kars,
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MAGGIE’S JUNGLE GOLF AND
JUNGLE RUN
7301 U.S. 641 N., Gilbertsville
270-362-8933
www.maggiesjunglegolf.com
An 18-hole jungle-themed minature golf
course and a live animal nature trail.
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KENTUCKY OPRY
Highway 641, 5 Miles South of
Kentucky Dam, Draffenville
270-527-3869 | 888-459-8704
www.kentuckyopry.com
This attraction offers clean family
entertainment, music and comedy. bm
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GOLDEN POND
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NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
Land Between The Lakes,
Golden Pond
270-924-2000 | 800-525-7077
www.lbl.org
Create memories: camp, hike, boat, bike,
view wildlife, ride OHVs, horses, tour The
Homeplace, Nature Station, Elk; Bison
Prairie, and Planetarium. bam
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pELK & BISON PRAIRIE
Elk and bison have been reintroduced to
this area and roam freely within a 700-
acre enclosure. Numerous other species
also thrive in the prairie.
pGOLDEN POND PLANETARIUM
Explore such phenomena as white dwarves
and black holes on the planetarium’s 40-
foot dome. Learn to identify constellations
on a simulated night sky.
pWOODLANDS NATURE STATION
Environmental education center
that is the entrance to the live wildlife
exhibits. Experience the outdoors by
joining one of the guided hiking or canoe
excursions. m
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100 Van Morgan Dr., Golden Pond
270-924-2211
www.lbl.org
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GRAND RIVERS TOURISM
1858 J.H. O’Bryan, Grand Rivers
270-362-0152 | 888-493-0152
www.grandrivers.org
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KENTUCKY’S WESTERN
WATERLAND
721 Complex Dr., Grand Rivers
270-928-4411 | 800-448-1069
www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
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LIVINGSTON COUNTY
TOURISM COMMISSION
721 Complex Drive, Grand Rivers
270-928-4005

BADGETT PLAYHOUSE
1838 J.H. O’Bryan, Grand Rivers
888-362-4223
www.grandriversvariety.com
Two-hour Branson-style musical revues. bm
hLAKE BARKLEY
200 Barkley Dam Overlook,
Grand Rivers, 270-362-4236
www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/bar/rec
Bordering TVA’s Land Between The Lakes
Rec. Area, this lake offers waterfowl hunt-
ing, fishing, nature trails, a national battle-
field and a national waterfowl refuge.
gPATTI’S 1880’S SETTLEMENT
1793 J.H. O’Bryan Dr., Grand Rivers
270-362-8844 | 888-736-2515
www.pattis-settlement.com
Visit our recreated historical log cabin
village. Fantastic dining, lovely gardens,
and unique gift shops. bm
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BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM
Third Street at Cherry Street,
Guthrie, 270-483-2683
www.robertpennwarren.com
Filled with exhibits and articles pertaining
to the life and works of Robert Penn War-
ren. First poet laureate of U.S. and three-
time Pulitzer Prize winner. bam
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KENTUCKY
800-225-8747
tourmurray. com • 800. 651. 1603
Visit a trendy university town tucked away in
Western Kentucky. Southern hospitality and
eclectic local cuisine in nature’s backyard are a
visitor’s dream. Land Between the Lakes, only a
short drive away, offers trails, hunting and the
beauty of nature. Whether you come for fishing,
hunting or vacation, Murray feels like home.
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pKENLAKE STATE RESORT PARK
888 Kenlake Rd., Hardin
270-474-2245 | 800-624-4124
parks.ky.gov
KENLAKE TENNIS CENTER
542 Kenlake Rd., Hardin
240-474-2211 | 800-325-0143
parks.ky.gov
Four indoor courts, locker room facilities
and a fully equipped pro shop. bm
TWILIGHT (CABARET)
THEATRE PRODUCTIONS
Kenlake SRP, 542 Kenlake Rd.,
Hardin, 270-436-2399
www.twilightcabaretproductions.org
Producing quality summer productions in
western Kentucky for many years. bm
HICKMAN

HICKMAN RECREATION &
TOURIST COMMISSION
1812 South Seventh St., Hickman
270-236-9335
hickmankytourism.com/index.htm
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CARNEGIE LIBRARY MUSEUM &
VISITOR CENTER
312 Main Street, Hickman
Gather information on the rich history
of river and rail transportation, the
American Civil War and Mississippian
Era culture.
hDORENA-HICKMAN
RIVERBOAT FERRY
KY Hwy 1354, Hickman
731-693-0210
www.dorena-hickmanferryboat.com
Drive your car or walk-on for a ride on
“Old Man River.”
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BEN E. CLEMENT MINERAL
MUSEUM
205 N. Walker St., Marion
270-965-4263 | 888-965-4263
www.clementmineralmuseum.org
A collection of specimens of exquisite
beauty from throughout the world. bam
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CRITTENDEN COUNTY
HISTORICAL MUSEUM
124 E. Bellville St., Marion
270-965-9257
www.marionkentucky.org
Authentic memorabilia from some of the
county’s earliest pioneers, old military uniforms,
and vintage clothing and pictures. bam
gWHEELERS LOG CABIN
Highway 91 North, Marion
270-965-3687
Authentic log cabin with beautiful
gardens and antiques.
MAYFIELD

MAYFIELD TOURISM
COMMISION
201 E. College St., Mayfield
270-247-6101
www.mayfieldtourism.com bam
gEDANA LOCUS HOUSE
201 E. College St., Mayfield
270-247-6101
mayfieldtourism.com
A 14-room mansion circa 1928. a
gHENSON BROOM SHOP &
GENERAL STORE
1060 S.R. 348, Symsonia
270-851-8510
www.hensonbrooms.com
Fourth-generation family broom-making
business. High quality handmade brooms
and many fine Amish products in our old
general store.
More than 170,000 acres
of outdoor adventure awaits.
Enjoy a working history farm, nature center,
planetarium, wildlife viewing, camping, mountain
biking, hiking, horseback riding, off-highway
vehicle trails, fishing, hunting, and special events.
Of I-24 in Western KY and TN
www.lbl.org
1-800-LBL-7077
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Paducah’s creative culture will move you!
Call or visit the website to request/download a Paducah Visitors Guide.
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hPENNYROYAL SCUBA
BLUE SPRINGS
602 Christian Quarry Rd.,
Hopkinsville
270-887-2585
www.pennyroyalscuba.com
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from beginner to advanced. 40-plus
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AQUATIC CENTER
Jerry Claybourne Way,
Hopkinsville
270-890-0730
www.tiebreakerpark.com
This water park features twisting tubes,
a lazy river, a splash zone and interactive
playground, along with a poolside cafe.
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gTRAIL OF TEARS
COMMEMORATIVE PARK
U.S. 41 South, Hopkinsville
270-886-8033
www.trailoftears.org
This park is one of the few documented
sites of actual trail/campsites used dur-
ing the forced removal and is the burial
site for two Cherokee Chiefs. bam
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MARION TOURIST
COMMISSION
213 S. Main St., Marion
270-965-5015 | 800-755-0361
www.marionkentucky.org
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gAMISH COMMUNITY
213 S. Main, Marion
270-965-5015 | 800-755-0361
www.marionkentucky.org
See their meticulous care of the land,
craftsmanship and artistry in quilts and
other crafts. bam
HOPKINSVILLE

HOPKINSVILLE/CHRISTIAN
COUNTY CONVENTION AND
VISITORS BUREAU
2800 Fort Campbell Blvd.,
Hopkinsville
270-885-9096 | 800-842-9959
www.visithopkinsville.com
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BRAVARD VINEYARDS
& WINERY
15000 Overton Rd., Hopkinsville
270-269-2583
www.visithopkinsville.com
A small farm/family winery located in the
rolling hills of western Kentucky.
gCOPPER CANYON RANCH
14750 Ovil Rd., Hopkinsville
270-269-2416
A recreated 1800s mining town. Historic
replicated buildings are available to tour.
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HISTORIC SITE
258 Pembroke-Fairview Rd.,
Fairview
270-889-6100
parks.ky.gov
A 351-foot obelisk marks the birth site.
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MUSEUM
217 E. Ninth St., Hopkinsville
270-887-4270
The former post office, constructed in
1914, is now home to the Pennyroyal Area
Museum, where the colorful past of south-
western Kentucky comes alive. bam
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800-225-8747
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ICE HOUSE ART GALLERY
120 N. Eighth St., Mayfield
270-247-6971
www.icehousearts.org
The historic Ice House features regional
arts with workshops and a gift shop.
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gWOOLDRIDGE MONUMENTS
Lockridge Street, Mayfield
270-247-6101
www.mayfieldtourism.com
Eighteen-figure group of sandstone and
Italian marble monuments, “The Strange
Procession That Never Moves.”
MURRAY

MURRAY CONVENTION &
VISITORS BUREAU
201 S. Fourth St., Murray
270-759-2199 | 800-651-1603
www.tourmurray.com
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CLARA M. EAGLE GALLERY
604 Doyle Fine Arts Bldg., MSU
Murray, 270-809-6734
www.murraystate.edu/artgallery
The gallery is a dynamic exhibition space
for visitors to learn about the history of
art and contemporary new media. bam
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MURRAY ART GUILD
500 N. Fourth St., Murray
270-753-4059
www.murrayartguild.org
Enjoy a workshop or browse the art
market, where local artwork is for sale.
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WRATHER WEST
KENTUCKY MUSEUM
N. 16th St. and University Drive,
Murray, 270-809-4771
www.murraystate.edu
Promotes an understanding of the
development of western Kentucky and
the Jackson Purchase through exhibits
and special programs. bam
OAK GROVE

OAK GROVE TOURISM
2801 Walter Garrett Ln.,
Oak Grove
270-439-5675
www.visitoakgroveky.com bm
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DON F. PRATT MEMORIAL MUSEUM
5702 Tennessee Ave., Fort Campbell
270-798-3215
The museum theme centers around the
history of the 101st Airborne Division Air
Assault, the “Screaming Eagles.” It covers
the period from the division’s activation in
August 1942 to the present. bam
PADUCAH

PADUCAH CONVENTION &
VISITORS BUREAU
128 Broadway, Paducah
270-443-8783 | 800-PADUCAH
www.paducah.travel Ad Page 93
gANNIE’S HORSEDRAWN
CARRIAGE RIDES
Second & Broadway, Paducah
270-210-6095
Enjoy a leisurely carriage ride along the
streets of Public Square.
HISTORIC BROOKS STADIUM
25th & C Streets, Paducah
270-443-8783
Enjoy America’s favorite pastime by
attending a baseball game at Paducah’s
historic minor league ballpark.
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LLOYD TILGHMAN HOUSE &
CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
631 Kentucky Ave., Paducah
270-575-5477
1852 home was once residence of Gen.
Lloyd Tilghman, CSA. Exhibits highlight
western Kentucky’s role during the War
Between the States. Open Apr. thru Nov.
gLOWERTOWN ARTS DISTRICT
Jefferson St.-Park Ave., 3rd-9th
Streets, Paducah, 270-444-8649
www.paducahalliance.org
Visit a colorful mix of artists and purchase
objets d’art from their creators. ba
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NATIONAL QUILT MUSEUM
215 Jefferson St., Paducah
270-442-8856
www.nationalquiltmuseum.org
Vibrant exhibits feature work by fiber
artists from around the globe.
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PADUCAH INTERNATIONAL
RACEWAY
4445 Shemwell Ln., Paducah
270-898-7469
Owners Dale Earnhardt Jr., Ken Schrader
and Tony Stewart host NASCAR Nights
and The USA World 50. Late model
stock and sprint car racing Friday nights,
April-October.
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PADUCAH RAILROAD MUSEUM
200 Washington St., Paducah
270-519-7377
www.paducahrr.org
Paducah’s National Railway Historical
Society exhibits equipment and
memorabilia from the romantic past of
America’s railroads.
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PADUCAH WALL TO WALL
MURALS
Water Street, Paducah
270-443-8783 | 800-723-8224
www.paducah.travel
Visit Paducah’s thriving riverfront and
see Portraits from Paducah’s Past
depicting the city’s rich history by re-
nowned artist Robert Dafford. bam
PAUL ROWTON INDOOR
TENNIS CENTER
5705 Old Highway 60 W,
Paducah, 270-444-8363
www.rowtontennis.com
USTA award-winning facility features six
indoor courts, pro shop, locker room and
viewing area. bam
j PLAYERS BLUEGRASS DOWNS
32nd & Park Avenue/Hwy. 60,
Paducah, 270-444-7117
View simulcast thoroughbred and harness
racing and inter-track wagering. Live har-
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PURPLE TOAD WINERY
4275 Old U.S. Hwy. 45, Paducah
270-554-0010
www.purpletoadwinery.net
Walk through the vineyard and enjoy
wine and cheese in the tasting room.
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RIVER DISCOVERY CENTER
117 S. Water St., Paducah
270-575-9958
www.riverdiscoverycenter.org
State of the art, interactive exhibits tell
the story of the four rivers region. Captain
a towboat, speedboat or Coast Guard
vessel in the pilot house simulator.
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WILLIAM CLARK MARKET
HOUSE MUSEUM
121 S. Second St., Paducah
270-443-7759
www.markethousemuseum.com
Rotating exhibits and artifacts from
Paducah’s past are staged within the
meticulously reconstructed gingerbread
woodwork of an 1876 drugstore. bm
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YEISER ART CENTER
200 Broadway, Paducah
270-442-2453
www.theyeiser.org
Changing exhibits of works by regional,
national and international artists.
PRINCETON

PRINCETON TOURISM
COMMISSION
206 E. Market St., Princeton
207-365-9575
www.princetonkytourism.com
Ad Page 99
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ADSMORE HOUSE & GARDENS
AND RATLIFF GUNSHOP
304 N. Jefferson St., Princeton
270-365-3114
www.adsmore.org
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CALDWELL RAILROAD MUSEUM
116 Edwards St., Princeton
270-365-0582
Railroad memorabilia and caboose exhibits.
DONALDSON CREEK
HUNTING CAMP
833 Creswell Rd., Princeton
270-365-5118
www.donaldsoncreek.com
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300 Martin Rd., Hwy. 293,
Princeton
270-365-WINE
www.blackoakvineyardsofKY.com
Winery offers tours, tastings. Special
events and gift shop. Hours vary by
season.
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PRINCETON ART GUILD
115 E. Main St., Princeton
270-365-3959
www.princetonartguild.org
Located in National Register building built in
1817 on lot No. 1 of original city plot. Exhibits
and workshops are offered year round.
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gWICKLIFFE MOUNDS STATE
HISTORIC SITE
94 Green St., Wickliffe
270-335-3681
parks.ky.gov
Tour a Native American archaelological
site with exhibits from excavations from
the 1930s. Explore the Mississipian culture
that dates back to 1100 A.D.
Are you looking for
a path less traveled?
Experience - Life Naturally!
(888) 446-6402 (270) 522-3892
www.cadiz-lakebarkley.com
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in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
AURORA
AURORA’S KEN OAK RESORT 270-474-8000 R 25

16918 U.S. Hwy. 68, Aurora 800-580-0682
www.kenoakresort.com mj
EARLY AMERICAN MOTEL 270-474-2000 H 16

16749 U.S. 68 E., Aurora 888-258-2001
www.earlyamericanmotel.com mj
FIN-N-FEATHER 270-474-2351 H $$ 12

16695 U.S. Hwy. 68 E., Aurora 800-486-3961
www.finnfeatherlodge.com j
LAKELAND RESORT 270-474-2292 R $$ 25

16410 U.S. Hwy. 68 E., Aurora 888-684-3526
www.lakelandresortky.net mj
BENTON
AIRE CASTLE INN & STAINED
GLASS ART 270-354-5004 B $$$ 3
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435 Salem Chapel Rd. North, Benton
www.airecastle.com mj
BEE SPRING LODGE AND MARINA 270-354-6515 H $$ 6
573 Bee Spring Rd., Benton 800-732-0088
www.beespringlodge.com mcjal Ad Page 91
BENTON INN 270-527-1341 H $ 27
806 Main St., Benton j
BIG BEAR RESORT AND MARINA 270-354-6414 R $$$ 30

30 Big Bear Resort Rd., Benton 800-922-2327
www.bigbearkentuckylake.com mjal Ad Page 90
CEDAR KNOB RESORT AND MARINA 270-354-6998 R $$$ 7
1434 Cedar Knob Rd., Benton 800-428-7986
www.cedarknobresort.com jl
COMFORT INN & SUITES 270-527-5300 H $$$ 55
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173 Carroll Rd, Benton 877-373-5939
www.choicehotels.com mj
COZY COVE WATERFRONT
RESORT 270-354-8168 R $$$$ 16
1917 Reed Rd., Benton 800-467-8168
www.cozycovewaterfront.com mjl
DINNER BELL COTTAGES 270-354-6521 C $$ 5
13444 U.S. Hwy. 68 E., Benton c
HESTER’S RESORT & MARINA 270-354-8280 R $$$ 11
350 Hesters Rd., Benton 800-455-7481
www.hestersresort.com jl
HICKORY HILL 5 STAR RESORT 270-354-8207 R $$$$ 12

90 Hickory Hill Ln., Benton 800-280-4455
www.hickoryhillresort.com ml
HIGH RIDGE RESORT 270-354-8989 R $$$ 3
40 Ridge Loop, Benton 800-684-8989
www.highridge-resort.com j
KING CREEK RESORT AND MARINA 270-493-0076 R
972 King Creek Rd., Benton 888-597-3767
www.fishinkentucky.com mjal
MALCOLM CREEK RESORT 270-354-6496 R $$$ 8

325 Guthrie Dr., Benton 800-733-6713
www.malcolmcreek.com mjal
SEVEN CREEKS BED
AND BREAKFAST 270-205-5297 B $$$$ 2

3332 Brewers Hwy., Benton
www.sevencreeksbedandbreakfast.com m
SHAWNEE BAY RESORT 270-354-8360 R $$$ 14
1297 Shawnee Bay Rd., Benton
www.shawneebayresort.com ml
SPORTSMAN’S ANCHOR RESORT
& MARINA 270-354-6568 R $$$ 11

12888 U.S. Hwy. 68 E., Benton
www.anchorresortandmarina.com mjal Ad Page 91
SPORTSMAN’S LODGE 270-354-8333 H 85

12710 U.S. Hwy. 68 E., Benton 800-733-6716
www.sportsmans-lodge.com j
TOWN & COUNTRY RESORT 270-354-8823 R $$ 28

1425 Gardner Rd., Benton 800-422-5253
www.kentuckylakeresort.com ja
WHISPERING OAKS RESORT 270-354-6628 R $$$ 11
267 Millers Rd., Benton 800-788-1061
www.whisperingoaks.com mjl Ad Page 90
CADIZ
ALVEY’S HIDEAWAY 317-730-4361 $$$$

71 Rino Drive, Cadiz
www.vrbo.com/22716
BARNA RENTALS 270-924-5647 C $$ 2

306 Morning Glory Dr., Cadiz
www.barnarentals.com
BROADBENT INN & SUITES 270-522-3700 H $$ 52

153 Broadbent Blvd., Cadiz
www.broadbentinnandsuites.com j
CABINS BY THE CREEK 270-924-9639 C $$

800 Whitetail Creek Rd., Cadiz
www.whitetailcreekoutfitters.net
CATFISH COVE 317-730-4361 C $$$

101 Rino Court, Cadiz
www.vrbo.com/175730
FISH ISLAND - HOME OF PARKVIEW COTTAGES
& THE STORE 270-924-5351 C $$ 12

3535 Blue Springs Rd., Cadiz 877-924-5351
www.parkviewcottages.net mcj
FUTRELL HOUSE BED
& BREAKFAST 270-522-9214 B $$$ 3

125 Main St., Cadiz
www.futrellhouse.com m
KNIGHTS INN 270-522-9395 H $$ 25

5698 Hopkinsville Rd., Cadiz
www.knightsinn.ky.com mj
LAKE BARKLEY STATE RESORT PARK 270-924-1131 R $$$ 148

3500 State Park Rd., Cadiz 800-325-1708
parks.ky.gov cal
LAKESIDE PROPERTIES - VACATION
HOMES 270-522-8756 C $$$$

1396 Canton Rd., Cadiz 800-455-8765
www.lynnwallerrealtor.com
MIDNIGHT MELODY FARM B&B 270-522-6948 B $$$

84 East Sumner Road, Cadiz
www.midnightmelodyfarm.com
MOON RIVER MARINA AND RESORT 270-522-7638 2

3025 Rockcastle Rd., Cadiz 888-557-7638
www.moonrivermarinaandresort.com ca
PRIZER POINT MARINA & RESORT 270-522-3762 R $ 47

1777 Prizer Point Rd., Cadiz 800-548-2048
www.prizerpoint.com mcjal
SAVAGE RIDGE CABINS 270-522-6080 C $ 3

29 Cunningham Ln., Cadiz
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SUPER 7 INN 270-522-7554 H $ 17

5706 Hopkinsville Rd., Cadiz
www.super7inns.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 270-522-7007 H $$ 47
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VACATION CLUB INTERNATIONAL 270-924-5814 C $$ 14

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WAYSIDE MOTEL 270-924-1181 H $ 8

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CALVERT CITY
DAYS INN 270-395-7162 H 70
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KENTUCKY DAM MOTEL 270-395-5633 H $$ 13

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SUPER 8 MOTEL 270-395-5566 H $$ 72
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www.super8calvertcityky.com mj
WILDFLOWER FARMS BED &
BREAKFAST 480-522-0402 B $$$ 3

348 New Hope Rd., Calvert City 866-438-8801
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CABIN AT BELLEWOODE 270-653-6060 C

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SHEPHERD’S INN BED & BREAKFAST 270-653-4212 B $

416 N. Washington St., Clinton
EDDYVILLE
COUNTRY HEARTH INN 270-388-4535 H $$ 40

120 Funway Dr., Eddyville 877-270-2004
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EDDY BAY LODGING 270-388-9960 R $$$ 18

75 Forest Glen Dr., Eddyville 800-324-8807
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EDDY CREEK MARINA RESORT 270-388-2271 B $$$

7612 S.R. 93 S., Eddyville 800-626-2300
www.eddycreek.com cja
HOLIDAY HILLS RESORT 270-388-7236 C $$$ 17

5631 KY Hwy. 93 S., Eddyville 800-337-8550
www.holidayhillsresort.com mjal
JOURNEY’S END BED & BREAKFAST 270-388-5117 B $$$ 3

121 Spring Hill Dr., Eddyville
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LAKEWAY HOUSE 270-388-2002 C $$ 4

5291 Hwy. 93 S., Eddyville
MAPLE HILL BED & BREAKFAST 270-388-4963 B $$$ 4
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PALISADES RESORT ON
LAKE BARKLEY 270-388-7667 C $$$ 10

1564 Palisades Dr., Eddyville 800-890-1374
www.palisades-resort.com mj
REGENCY INN 270-388-2281 H $$ 24
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www.regencyinneddyville.com mj
FULTON
OAKLAWN COTTAGE, LLC 270-472-3645 C

794 Clark Road, Fulton
GILBERTSVILLE
BEL AIR MOTEL 270-362-4254 C $$ 22

7428 U.S. Hwy. 641 N., Gilbertsville
www.belairmotel.com mj
CINDERELLA MOTEL 270-362-4427 H $ 12

62 Park St., Gilbertsville mj
CLOVERLEAF INN 270-362-4295 H $$ 22

2237 U.S. Hwy. 62, Gilbertsville
www.cloverleafmotel-kydam.com j
GINGERWOOD LODGES 270-362-8024 C $$$ 12

6708 U.S. Hwy. 641 N., Gilbertsville
www.gingerwoodlodges.com ma
INN AT THE LAKE 270-362-4278 H $ 86

2184 US Hwy. 62, Gilbertsville
www.innbythelake.com mj
KEN-BAR LODGE 270-362-4990 H $$ 75

7711 Hwy. 641 N., Gilbertsville 888-848-8042
www.kenbarlodge.com mcj
KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE
STATE RESORT PARK 800-325-0146 H/C $$ 154

113 Administration Dr., Gilbertsville
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KENTUCKY LAKE RESORT 270-362-8652 H $$ 18

59 Kentucky Lake Resort Rd., Gilbertsville
www.kylakeresort.net ja
MAGNOLIA RESORT 270-362-8121 R $$$ 9

422 Moors Rd., Gilbertsville
www.magnoliamanorofky.com
MOORS RESORT AND MARINA 270-362-8361 R $$$$ 59

570 Moors Rd., Gilbertsville 800-626-5472
www.moorsresort.com mcjal Ad Page 91
GRAND RIVERS
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN KENTUCKY-
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BARKLEY DAM MOTEL 270-362-4263 H $ 16

1054 Stringtown Rd., Grand Rivers 800-863-9009
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GRAND RIVERS INN 270-362-4487 H $$ 20

1949 J. H. O’Bryan Dr., Grand Rivers 800-884-4487
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GREEN TURTLE BAY RESORT
AND MARINA 270-362-8364 R $$$$ 81

263 Green Turtle Bay Dr., Grand Rivers 800-498-0428
www.greenturtlebay.com mcjl
LIGHTHOUSE LANDING RESORT
AND MARINA 270-362-8201 R $$$ 24

320 W. Commerce Ave., Grand Rivers 800-491-7245
www.lighthouselanding.com mal
PATTI’S INN AND SUITES 270-928-2740 H $ 58
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THE ROSE OF THE LAKE BED &
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KENLAKE STATE RESORT PARK 800-325-0143 H/C $$

542 Kenlake Rd., Hardin
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HOPKINSVILLE
AMERICAN INN 270-885-8401 H $ 25

1107 N. Main St., Hopkinsville
BEST WESTERN 270-886-9000 H $$ 93
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COLONIAL MOTEL 270-886-5137 H $ 19

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COMFORT SUITES 270-985-1101 H 73
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FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES 270-886-5151 H $$ 63
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www.marriott.com
FAIRVIEW MOTEL 270-886-0525 H $ 15

1013 N. Main St., Hopkinsville
HAMPTON INN & SUITES 270-886-8800 H $$$ 71
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HOLIDAY INN 270-886-4413 H $$$ 101

2910 Fort Campbell Blvd., Hopkinsville 800-465-4329
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KINGS COURT MOTEL 270-886-1529 H $ 22

2309 Fort Campbell Blvd., Hopkinsville
RODEWAY INN 270-885-1126 H $$ 56

2923 Fort Campbell Blvd., Hopkinsville 800-424-6423
www.rodewayinn.com mj
TRAVEL INN 270-886-8191 H $ 17

1201 E. Ninth St., Hopkinsville
KEVIL
WALDON HUNTING LODGE 270-224-2020 C $$

779 Colvin Lake Rd., Kevil j
KUTTAWA
BUZZARD ROCK RESORT & MARINA 270-388-7925 R $$$

985 Buzzard Rock Rd., Kuttawa 800-826-6238
www.buzzardrock.com cj
DAYS INN 270-388-4060 H $$ 60
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www.daysinnkuttawa.com mj
HAMPTON INN 270-388-5777 H $$$ 62
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1730 Lake Barkley Dr., Kuttawa
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LAKEHOUSE RETREAT BED AND
BREAKFAST 270-625-6012 B $$$ 2

128 S. Will Eli Rd., Kuttawa
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MCKAY HOUSE 270-842-1434 C 3

43 First Street, Kuttawa
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POPLAR CREEK LODGE 270-388-9467 H $$ 10

4975 U.S. Hwy. 62 W., Kuttawa
www.poplarcreeklodge.com mj
RELAX INN 270-388-2285 H $ 18

224 New Circle Dr., Kuttawa 888-646-2723
www.relaxinnkuttawa.com mj
SILVER CLIFF INN 270-388-5858 B 3

1980 Lake Barkley Dr., Kuttawa
www.silvercliffinnonline.com m
LA CENTER
FOWLER FARM HUNTING
LODGE, LLC 270-224-2790 C $$$$

246 New Hope Church Lane, La Center
GOOSE LODGE 270-224-2222 H

6761 Oscar Road, La Center
LA CENTER MOTEL 270-665-9181 H 28

474 W Kentucky Dr., La Center m
MARION
GRACE HOUSE 270-965-0010 B $$ 4

320 Sturgis Rd., Marion
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HONEYSUCKLE COTTAGE 270-704-1027 C $$ 1

4002 U.S. 60 E., Marion
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MARION INN 270-965-5391 B $$ 2

2363 Hwy. 641 S., Marion
ROYAL INN & SUITES 270-965-5241 H $$$ 19

225 Sturgis Rd., Marion mj
MAYFIELD
BUDGET INN 270-247-6179 H $ 24

513 E. Broadway St., Mayfield mj
CLIAL LODGE 270-556-3527 C

8868 S.R. 131, Hickory
www.clial.com
THE LODGE AT EMERALD WATERS 270-376-5555 $$$$ 8

371 Straight Church Road, Mayfield
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SOUTHERN COMFORT 270-247-0030 H

2376 Hwy. 45 N., Mayfield
www.southercomfortsuites.net mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 270-247-8899 H $ 47

1100 Links Ln., Mayfield 800-800-8000
www.the.super8.com mj
MURRAY
AMERICA’S PARADISE RESORT 270-436-2767 R $$$ 17

1024 Paradise Dr., Murray 800-340-2767
www.americasparadiseresort.com mjl
BAYMONT INN & SUITES 270-759-5910 H $$$ 58
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www.baymontinns.com mj
BEST WESTERN - UNIVERSITY INN 270-753-5353 H $$ 72
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DAYS INN 270-753-6706 H $ 41
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www.daysinn.com mja
HAMPTON INN & SUITES 270-767-2226 H $$$ 72
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IRVIN COBB RESORT 270-436-5811 R $$$ 10

48 Resort Rd., Murray 888-225-2415
www.irvincobbresort.com mjl
KENTUCKY BEACH RESORT 270-436-2345 C $

270 Lynhurst Dr., Murray 888-244-2277
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MURRAY PLAZA LODGE 270-753-2682 H $$ 34

506 S. 12th St., Murray 800-478-9250
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SNIPE CREEK LODGE 270-436-2626 C

387 Mooser Ln., Murray
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SUPER 8 MOTEL 270-753-1150 H $$ 70

1202 S. 12th St., Murray 800-800-8000
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NEW CONCORD
CYPRESS SPRINGS RESORT 270-436-5496 R $$ 8

2740 Cypress Trl., New Concord
www.cypressspringsresort.com mcjl
LAKEVIEW COTTAGES & MARINA 270-436-5876 C $$$ 6

165 Lakeview Cabins Dr., New Concord 877-895-5876
www.lakeviewmarinaresort.com jl
MISSING HILL RESORT 270-436-5519 R $$$ 7

234 Dockway Ln., New Concord
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OAK GROVE
DAYS INN 270-640-3888 H $$ 71
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-439-0022 H $$$ 91
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QUALITY INN 270-439-3311 H $$ 60
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1857 BED AND BREAKFAST 270-444-3960 B $$$ 2

127 Market House Square, Paducah 800-264-5606
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 270-575-9605 H $ 41

5125 Cairo Rd., Paducah 888-315-2378
www.bestvalueinn.com mj Ad Page 13
BAYMONT INN 270-443-4343 H $$ 77

5300 Cairo Rd., Paducah 877-229-6668
www.baymontinns.com mj
BEST WESTERN 270-443-2323 H $$ 47
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www.bestwestern.com mj
BUDGET INN 270-443-5500 H $$ 60

2701 HC Mathis, Paducah 800-251-1962
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CANDLEWOOD SUITES 270-442-3969 H 85

3940 Coleman Crossing Cir., Paducah 877-226-3539
www.candlewoodsuites.com mj
COMFORT INN 270-442-4191 H $$ 66
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5135 Cairo Rd., Paducah
www.comfortinn.com m
COMFORT SUITES 270-442-2080 H $$ 59
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www.choicehotels.com m
COUNTRY INN & SUITES 270-442-2201 H 61
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www.countryinns.com m
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 270-442-3600 H $$$ 100

3835 Technology Dr., Paducah 800-321-2211
www.marriott.com m
DAYS INN 270-442-7501 H $$ 122
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www.daysinn.com mj
DELUXE INN 270-443-8401 H $ 57

1234 Broadway St., Paducah 800-843-5644
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DENTON MOTEL AND SUITES 270-554-1626 H $$ 34

2550 Lone Oak Rd., Paducah 800-788-1626
www.denton-motel.com mj
DRURY INN 270-443-3313 H $$$ 118
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www.druryhotels.com mj
DRURY SUITES 270-441-0024 H $$$ 142
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www.druryhotels.com mj
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ECONOLODGE 270-442-1616 H $$ 40
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www.choicehotels.com mj
THE EGG & I BED AND BREAKFAST 270-443-6323 B $$$ 1

335 N. Sixth St., Paducah
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ESCAPE BED & BREAKFAST 270-442-3612 B $$ 3

414 Ashcraft Ave., Paducah
www.escapebb.com mj
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES 270-442-1700 H

3950 Coleman Crossing Circle, Paducah
www.marriott.com m
FOX BRIAR INN AT RIVERPLACE 270-443-7004 C $$$ 10

100-116 Broadway, Paducah 877-369-4661
www.foxbriarinn.com mc
HAMPTON INN & SUITES 270-442-0200 H $$$ 108
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HICKORY HOUSE MOTOR INN 270-442-1601 H $ 34

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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-442-8874 H $$ 77
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www.midamcorp.com/paducah mj
MOTEL 6 270-443-3672 H $ 80

5120 Hinkleville Rd., Paducah 800-466-8356
www.motel6.com mj
PADUCAH HARBOR PLAZA
BED AND BREAKFAST 270-442-2698 B $$$$ 4

201 Broadway St., Paducah 800-719-7799
www.phplaza.com m
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PEAR TREE INN 270-444-7200 H $$ 60
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www.druryhotels.com mj
PINECONE ART STUDIO BED
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421 N. Seventh St., Paducah
www.char-downs.com
RESIDENCE INN 270-444-3966 H $$$ 74

3900 Coleman Crossing Cir., Paducah 800-331-3131
www.marriott.com/pahri mj
ROYAL INN 270-442-6171 H $ 79

2150 Irvin Cobb Dr., Paducah
THRIFTY INN 270-444-0157 H $$$ 60
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www.druryhotels.com mj
WESTOWNE INN 270-442-5666 H $ 44
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CADIZ STREET BED & BREAKFAST 270-625-1314 B

209 Cadiz Street, Princeton
www.cadizstreetbedandbreakfast.com
EXPRESS INN 270-365-2001 H $$ 62

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STRATTON INN 270-365-2828 H $$ 55

534 Marion Rd., Princeton
www.thestrattoninn.com mj
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GRASSY LAKE LODGE 270-334-3636 H

2957 Barlow Rd, Wickliffe
WICKLIFFE MOTEL 270-335-3121 H

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AURORA OAKS CAMPGROUND 270-474-2778 60
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GOOSE HOLLOW CAMPGROUND
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KAMPTOWN RV RESORT 270-522-7976 93
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LAKE BARKLEY STATE RESORT PARK 270-924-1131 78
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MOON RIVER MARINA AND RESORT 270-522-7638



3025 Rockcastle Rd., Cadiz 888-557-7638
www.moonrivermarinaandresort.com
PRIZER POINT MARINA & RESORT 270-522-3762 130
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CYPRESS LAKES RV PARK 270-395-4267 128
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KENTUCKY LAKES KOA CAMPGROUND 270-395-5841 76
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LAZY DAZ RV PARK 866-452-9932 38



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COLUMBUS-BELMONT STATE PARK 270-677-2327 38
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Additional campgrounds appear in the
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and click on “Places to Stay,” then “Campgrounds.”
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EDDY CREEK MARINA RESORT 270-388-2271



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HOLIDAY HILLS RESORT 270-388-7236
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INDIAN POINT RV PARK 270-388-2730 200
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FULTON KENTUCKY CAMPGROUND
& RV PARK 270-472-3141 5



340 Browder Street, Fulton
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KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE STATE
RESORT PARK 270-362-4271 214
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KENTUCKY LAKE RESORT 270-362-8652 35
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CRAVENS BAY CAMPGROUND 270-924-2000 31



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ENERGY LAKE CAMPGROUND 270-924-2270 48
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FENTON CAMPGROUND 270-924-2000



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
www.lbl.org
GATLIN POINT BACKCOUNTRY AREA 270-924-2000 19



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
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HILLMAN FERRY CAMPGROUND 270-924-2000 378
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JONES CREEK CAMPGROUND 270-924-2000 24



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
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NICKELL BRANCH
BACKCOUNTRY AREA 270-924-2000 13



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
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PINEY CAMPGROUND 270-924-2000 384
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REDD HOLLOW BACKCOUNTRY AREA 270-924-2000 39



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
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RUSHING CREEK CAMPGROUND 270-924-2000 40


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SMITH BAY CAMPGROUND 270-924-2000 16



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
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SUGAR BAY BACKCOUNTRY AREA 270-924-2000 15



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
www.lbl.org fj
TAYLOR BAY BACKCOUNTRY AREA 270-924-2000 41



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
www.lbl.org fj
TURKEY BAY OFF-HIGHWAY
VEHICLE AREA 270-924-2000



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
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TWIN LAKES BACKCOUNTRY AREA 270-924-2000 14



Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond 800-525-7077
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WRANGLERS EQUESTRIAN
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CANAL CAMPGROUND 270-362-4840 117
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CROCKETT FRONTIERS CAMPGROUND 270-217-3432



216 Maxwell Street, Grand Rivers
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CUMBERLAND RIVER CAMPGROUND 270-928-2471
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320 W. Commerce Ave., Grand Rivers 800-491-7245
www.lighthouselanding.com k l
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KENLAKE STATE RESORT PARK 270-474-2245 90
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EUREKA RECREATIONAL AREA 270-362-4236 26
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ROCKY RIDGE RV PARK 270-827-0635 25
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MARION
RIVERVIEW PARK AND DAM 50 5
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MURRAY
BULLFROG CAMPGROUND 270-474-2151 25
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HOLLY GREEN RV PARK 270-753-5652 36
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WILDCAT CREEK RECREATION AREA 270-436-5628 54
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www.kentuckylakecamping.com k e fj
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DUCK CREEK RV PARK 270-415-0404 99
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www.duckcreekrvpark.com k e fj
FERN LAKE CAMPGROUND 270-444-7939 70
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VICTORY RV PARK &
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www.victoryrvpark.com k e j
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BIRDSVILLE RV & CAMPGROUND 270-928-2772 69
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Boat Type Rental:
H = Houseboat; P = Power Boat;
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Additional marinas appear in the accommodation
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www.kentuckytourism.com and click on
“Explore Kentucky,” then “Lakes & Rivers.”
Practice Facilities:
A = All; C = Chipping Parks;
D = Driving Range; P = Putting Green
Rates: $ = up to $30; $$ = $31 and above;
(Rate is based on 18 holes with a cart)
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BENTON
BENTON GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 P $$
1830 Country Club Ln., Benton 270-527-9673
www.bentongolfandcountryclub.net
CADIZ
ARROWHEAD GOLF COURSE 18 72 D,P $
183 Arrowhead Club Dr., Cadiz 270-522-8001
www.arrowheadgolf.com
BOOTS RANDOLPH GOLF COURSE 18 72 D,P $

Hwy. 1489 off of US. Hwy 68, Cadiz 270-924-9076
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CALVERT CITY COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 A $$
123 Country Club Ln., Calvert City 270-395-5831
www.calvertcitycountryclub.com
CLINTON
OAK HILL COUNTRY CLUB 9 36 A
1125 U.S. 51 N., Clinton 270-653-6001

CUNNINGHAM
DOGWOOD HILLS GOLF COURSE 9 36 A $
6805 U.S. Highway 62, Cunningham 270-642-2244
BENTON
BEE SPRING LODGE AND MARINA 270-354-6515 40 P

573 Bee Spring Rd., Benton 800-732-0088
www.beespringlodge.com aca Ad Page 91
BIG BEAR RESORT AND MARINA 270-354-6414 120 P
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www.bigbearkentuckylake.com aa Ad Page 90
CEDAR KNOB RESORT AND MARINA 270-354-6998 16 P
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1434 Cedar Knob Rd., Benton 800-428-7986
www.cedarknobresort.com a
COZY COVE WATERFRONT RESORT 270-354-8168 26 P

1917 Reed Rd., Benton 800-467-8168
www.cozycovewaterfront.com a
HESTER’S RESORT & MARINA 270-354-8280 16 P
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350 Hesters Rd., Benton 800-455-7481
www.hestersresort.com ea
HICKORY HILL 5 STAR RESORT 270-354-8207 20 P
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90 Hickory Hill Ln., Benton 800-280-4455
www.hickoryhillresort.com a
KING CREEK RESORT AND MARINA 270-493-0076 P,C
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972 King Creek Rd., Benton 888-597-3767
www.fishinkentucky.com aea
LAKESIDE CAMPGROUND & MARINA INC. 270-354-8157 40 P
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12363 U.S. Hwy. 68 E., Benton 800-842-9018
www.visitlakesidecampground.com ae
MALCOLM CREEK RESORT 270-354-6496 60 P
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325 Guthrie Dr., Benton 800-733-6713
www.malcolmcreek.com aa
SHAWNEE BAY RESORT 270-354-8360 20
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1297 Shawnee Bay Rd., Benton
www.shawneebayresort.com ea
SOUTHERN KOMFORT VILLAGE AND MARINA
ON KENTUCKY LAKE 270-354-6422 100

460 Southern Komfort Rd., Benton 800-526-4946
www.southernkomfort.com aca
SPORTSMAN’S ANCHOR RESORT & MARINA 270-354-6568 180 P
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www.anchorresortandmarina.com aea Ad Page 91
WHISPERING OAKS RESORT 270-354-6628 30 P

267 Millers Rd., Benton 800-788-1061
www.whisperingoaks.com a Ad Page 90
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LAKE BARKLEY MARINA 270-924-9954 190

4200 State Park Road, Cadiz
www.lakebarkleymarina.com
MOON RIVER MARINA AND RESORT 270-522-7638 75 P
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www.moonrivermarinaandresort.com aeca
PRIZER POINT MARINA & RESORT 270-522-3762 215

1777 Prizer Point Rd., Cadiz 800-548-2048
www.prizerpoint.com aec
EDDYVILLE
EDDY CREEK MARINA RESORT 270-388-2271 225

7612 S.R. 93 S., Eddyville 800-626-2300
www.eddycreek.com aeca
HOLIDAY HILLS RESORT 270-388-7236

5631 Ky Hwy. 93 S., Eddyville 800-337-8550
www.holidayhillsresort.com ae
KUTTAWA
BUZZARD ROCK RESORT & MARINA 270-388-7925 285 P
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www.buzzardrock.com eca
KUTTAWA HARBOR MARINA 270-388-9563 205 P
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www.kuttawaharbormarina.com ec
GILBERTSVILLE
KENTUCKY DAM MARINA 270-362-8386 H,P
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www.kydammarina.com ae
MOORS RESORT AND MARINA 270-362-8361 220 P
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www.moorsresort.com aeca Ad Page 91
GRAND RIVERS
GREEN TURTLE BAY HOUSEBOAT
RENTALS 270-362-0121 1300 H,P
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GREEN TURTLE BAY RESORT
AND MARINA 270-362-8364 500 H,P
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263 Green Turtle Bay Dr., Grand Rivers 800-498-0428
www.greenturtlebay.com eca
LIGHTHOUSE LANDING RESORT AND
MARINA 270-362-8201 200

320 W. Commerce Ave., Grand Rivers 800-491-7245
www.lighthouselanding.com aa
HARDIN
KENLAKE STATE RESORT PARK 270-474-2245 236 P
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parks.ky.gov aeca
MURRAY
AMERICA’S PARADISE RESORT 270-436-2767 32 P
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1024 Paradise Dr., Murray 800-340-2767
www.americasparadiseresort.com
CYPRESS SPRINGS RESORT 270-436-5496 150
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2740 Cypress Trl., New Concord
www.cypressspringsresort.com eca
KENTUCKY BEACH RESORT 270-436-2345 40 P
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www.kentuckybeachresort.com
LAKEVIEW COTTAGES & MARINA 270-436-5876

165 Lakeview Cabins Dr., New Concord 877-895-5876
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SUGAR CREEK BAY MARINA 270-436-2525

153 Resort Rd., Murray 888-225-2415
www.sugarcreekbaymarina.com a
WATER’S EDGE RV PARK & MARINA 270-436-5321 100

274 Tacklebox Ln., Murray a
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A = All; C = Chipping Parks;
D = Driving Range; P = Putting Green
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EDDYVILLE
MINERAL MOUND STATE PARK 18 72 $$
48 Finch Ln., Eddyville 270-388-3673
parks.ky.gov 866-904-7888
GILBERTSVILLE
KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE STATE RESORT PARK 18 72 $$

166 Upper Village Drive, Gilbertsville 270-362-4271
parks.ky.gov 800-325-0146
HARDIN
KENLAKE STATE RESORT PARK 9 30 P $

888 Kenlake Rd., Hardin 270-474-2245
parks.ky.gov 800-624-4124
HICKMAN
HICKMAN COUNTRY CLUB 9 36
2779 KY 125, Hickman 270-236-9128
HOPKINSVILLE
COLE PARK GOLF COURSE 18 72
1601 Club Loop, Ft. Campbell 270-798-4906
THE LINKS AT NOVADELL 18 72 C,P $$
500 Novadell Way, Hopkinsville 270-886-1101
www.novadell.com
WESTERN HILLS GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $
2160 Russellville Rd., Hopkinsville 270-885-6023
www.westernhillsgolf.com
KEVIL
SILOS COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 A $$
11435 S.R. 286, Kevil 270-488-2182
www.siloscc.com
LA CENTER
BALLARD COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 D,P $
2145 La Center Rd., La Center 270-665-5557
www.ballardcountycountryclub.com
LEDBETTER
DRAKE CREEK GOLF CLUB 18 72 A $$
One Torry Pines Dr., Ledbetter 270-898-4653
www.drakecreek.com
MARION
MARION COUNTRY CLUB 9 36 $
651 Blackburn St., Marion 270-965-1604
MAYFIELD
MAYFIELD-GRAVES COUNTRY CLUB 18 70 D,P
1301 W. Broadway St., Mayfield 270-247-1862
www.mayfieldgravescountryclub.com
SOUTH HIGHLAND COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 A $$
3313 Ky 303, Mayfield 270-247-2918
www.southhighlandcountryclub.com
MURRAY
MILLER MEMORIAL GOLF COURSE 18 71 A
2814 Pottertown Rd., Murray 270-809-2238
www.murraystate.edu/millergolf 888-313-9862
OAKS COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 D,P $$
363 Oaks Country Club Rd., Murray 270-753-6454
www.theoaks.cc
SULLIVAN PAR 3 GOLF CENTER 18 54
1647 N. 16th St., Murray 270-753-1152
PADUCAH
COUNTRY CLUB OF PADUCAH 18 72 C,P $$
6500 Turnberry Dr., Paducah 270-554-5330
GOLF COMPLEX D
5980 US Highway 60, Paducah 270-442-9221
www.thegolfcomplex.com
PAXTON PARK GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P $
841 Berger Rd. (Off U.S. 45), Paducah 270-444-9514
www.paxtonpark.com
SALEM
DEER LAKES GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $
140 Deer Lakes Ln., Salem 270-988-4653
www.deerlakesgolfcourse.com
Te Kentucky
Great River Road
is one of USA’s National
Scenic Byways based
on their archaeological,
cultural, historic, natural,
recreational and scenic
qualities located along
the Mississippi River.
270.705.0506
www.kygrro.org
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CENTRAL CITY TOURISM
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208 N. First St., Central City
270-754-9603
www.centralcitykytourism.com
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208 N. First St., Central City
270-754-9603
www.centralcitykytourism.com
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270-797-3503
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20781 Pennyrile Lodge Rd.,
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270-797-3421 | 800-325-1711
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863-acre park nestled in the beautiful
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DIXON

WEBSTER COUNTY
P.O. Box 155, Dixon
270-639-5042
www.webstercountyky.com
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Hwy. 41A, Dixon
270-667-5022
Driving tour of Civil War sites, including
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FORDSVILLE HISTORICAL
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32 Ridge Rd., Fordsville
270-276-5400
www.trainweb.org/fordsvilledepot
Walk back into the early 1900s and see
displays depicting the greatest era of
transportation and the economic boom it
gave this small town.
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GREENVILLE TOURISM
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112 N. Main St., Greenville
270-338-1895
www.tourgreenville.com
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122 S. Cherry St., Greenville
270-338-2605
www.duncancentermuseum.com
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331 S.R. Rd. 8001, Dunmor
270-657-2111
parks.ky.gov
The lake is enclosed by dramatic 50-foot
sandstone bluffs rising above the water’s
edge and surrounded by hardwood forests.
HARTFORD

OHIO COUNTY TOURISM
COMMISSION
130 E. Washington St.,
Suite 108, Hartford
270-298-0036
www.visitohiocountyky.org
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OHIO COUNTY MUSEUM
415 Mulberry St., Hartford
270-298-3749
Complex includes a two-story home
built in 1880, small country store, L & N
caboose and an 1838 log cabin.
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110 River St., Hawesville
270-927-8672
Exhibits of Hancock County history and
family life at the turn of the century
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TOURIST COMMISSION
101 N. Water St., Henderson
270-826-3128 | 800-648-3128
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3300 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Henderson
270-826-0608 | 800-333-8110
www.ellisparkracing.com
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STATE PARK
3100 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Henderson
270-826-2247
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700-acre park offers a nature preserve,
hiking, walking trails and paddelboat
rentals.
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MUSEUM & NATURE CENTER
3100 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Henderson
270-826-2247
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hRIVERFRONT FOUNTAINS
N. Water St., Henderson
270-826-3128 | 800-648-3128
Henderson’s riverfront play area
showcases an immensely popular
water park fountain.
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& WINERY
9566 U.S. Hwy. 41 Alt.,
Henderson 270-830-7660
www.rubymoonwinery.com
A relaxing tasting room, blue stone
patio and picnic tables on the vineyard
grounds. They sell gourmet cheese and
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SAUERHEBER SLOUGHS
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA
9956 Hwy. 268, Henderson
270-827-2673
Named as Ky’s first “Important Birding
Area” by the National Audubon Society,
it is a paradise for nature lovers and
sportsmen alike.
LEWISPORT

HANCOCK COUNTY
TOURISM
P.O. Box 603, Lewisport
270-314-5688
www.hancockky.us
gPATE HOUSE
Ky 334, Lewisport
270-314-5688
www.hancockky.us
Circa 1822. Young Abraham Lincoln
successfully defended himself in his first
court appearance in the house. a
MADISONVILLE

HOPKINS COUNTY
TOURIST AND CONVENTION
COMMISSON
15 E. Center St., Madisonville
270-821-4171 | 877-243-5280
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LOG CABIN
107 Union St., Madisonville
270-821-3986
Kentucky Gov. Ruby Laffoon was born
in this two-room log cabin in 1869. It
contains original furniture as well as
period pieces.
GREASY CREEK ATV PARK
2515 Richland-Manitou Rd,
Madisonville
270-584-0304
www.greasycreekatv.com
Ride these 400 acres of diverse property
with hills, fields, mud and wooded trails.
Open to ATV riders, UTV riders and
motocross bikes.
LOCH MARY RECREATIONAL
ATV PARK
Kentucky 1337, Earlington
270-383-5364
www.earlingtonatvpark.com
This nearly 600-acre ATV and dirt
bike park will challenge beginners and
enthusiasts alike.
WESTERN KENTUCKY
SPEEDWAY
1245 Happy Ln., Nebo
270-302-9032
www.wkracing.com
Pure Stock, UMP Modified, World of
Outlaw Model Series racing and more. m
MORGANFIELD

UNION COUNTY TOURISM,
COURTHOUSE
100 W. Main St., Morganfield
270-389-1081
www.unioncounty.ky.gov
pHIGGINSON HENRY WILDLIFE
MANAGEMENT AREAS
6440 KY 56 East, Morganfield
270-952-0619
The majority of the 5,424 acre
management area is forest land and
includes an 11-mile horseback riding trail.
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CAMP BRECKINRIDGE MUSEUM &
ARTS CENTER
1116 N. Village Rd., Morganfield
270-389-4420
www.breckinridge-arts.org
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German prisoners housed in WWII. bam
OWENSBORO

OWENSBORO-DAVIESS
COUNTY CONVENTION &
VISITORS BUREAU
215 E. Second St., Owensboro
270-926-1100 | 800-489-1131
www.visitowensboro.com
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INTERNATIONAL BLUEGRASS
MUSIC MUSEUM
117 Daviess St., Owensboro
270-926-7891 | 888-692-2656
www.bluegrassmuseum.org
Preserves the history, collections, artifacts
and future of bluegrass music. Bluegrass
is Kentucky’s official state music. bam
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OWENSBORO AREA MUSEUM
OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY
122 E. Second St., Owensboro
270-687-2732
www.owensboromuseum.com
This large museum encompasses many
adventures, including a unique hands-on
exhibit area. bam
FESTIVALS:
Clay Days: Sept. 21-24
270-664-2444
Poole Harvest Daze: Sept. 9-10
HUNTING LODGES:
Winghaven Lodge
www.winghavenlodge.com
Deer Creek Lodge
www.deercreeklodge.net
Rooster Run Hunting Lodge
www.roosterrunlodge.com
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OWENSBORO. . .
ACityonteMove
Owensboro Symphony Orchestra
International Bluegrass Music
Museum
RiverPark Center
Owensboro Museum of Science
and History
The Crème
Jax’s
Famous Bistro
Patti’s Place
Fusion Dance Center
C-ing Polkadots
Peachtree Antique Gallery
Gambrinus Libation Emporium
Bee-Bops
Dream Copy Photography
Colby’s Fine Food & Spirits
The Miller House
Studio Slant
Musick Studios
Blossoms Apparel and Gifts
RiverFront Crossing
ADVentures
Kizer Design & Sign Co.
Andria’s Candies
Red Pixel Studios
Owensboro Antique Mall
El Toribio Restaurant
Sunlight Music and Studios
Studio 105 Art & Frame Gallery
Danhauer Drugs
Theatre Workshop of Owensboro
Trisons
Colby’s Deli
Trace Salon
Cinco de Mayo Restaurant
With over $120
million in downtown
development, Owensboro is
setting the pace for creating exciting
destinations! In the summer of 2012, a
redeveloped riverfront park will open with a place
of honor for the Shelton Memorial commemorating the
life of theVietnamWar POW Charles Shelton, an outdoor
theater and sculpture area, breath taking fountains, an outdoor
museum, and a dynamic, interactive playground in the tree tops!
The best compliment to a vibrant downtown is outstanding restaurants, shops and attractions!
More to open soon! Come visit these today and watch our progress!
In December of 2013, a new
convention center and hotel will
open on the Riverfront and
provide wonderful venues for
conventions, meetings, sporting
events, concerts and much more.
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OWENSBORO MUSEUM OF
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901 Frederica St.,
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270-685-3181
www.omfa.museum
The museum presents traveling
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pWESTERN KENTUCKY
BOTANICAL GARDEN
25 Carter Rd.,
Owensboro
270-852-8925
www.wkbg.org
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ROSINE
gBILL MONROE’S BIRTHPLACE
6210 U.S. Hwy. 62 E., Rosine
270-274-9181
www.visitohiocountyky.org
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ROSINE BARN JAMBOREE
8225 Hwy. 62 E., Rosine
270-274-5552
Famous for real, live bluegrass in Bill
Monroe’s hometown.
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Ky Street Road, 1544 & Fifth
Street Loop, Rosine
270-274-5552
The “Father of Bluegrass Music,” Bill
Monroe, and most of his family are
buried here. Founded in early 1860s.
Home of the Everly Brothers
Muhlenberg County Music Museum
Home of the Rock n Roll Cruise In
CENTRAL CITY
www.centralcitykytourism.com
270-754-9603
CENTRAL CITY
Born of River, Rail, Music and Coal.
Serving as the heart of historic
downtown Greenville...
Go to www.tourgreenville.com for more details!
Come see all 56.5 x 36.4 feet of it.
When you arrive, you’re just in time.
Te Muhlenberg County Courthouse is
crowned with the NATION’S LARGEST
open belfry of any pre-fabricated cupola!
Toll Free: 877-243-5280 • 270-821-4171
www.visitmadisonvilleky.com
Outdoor adventures and a
lifetime of memories begin here.
Experience the adventure
of Madisonville -
Ready. Aim. Fun!
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BEAVER DAM INN 270-274-0851 H $$ 58
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EAGLE INN 270-274-7121 H $$ 24
1080 N. Main St., Beaver Dam mj
CENTRAL CITY
BEST WESTERN 270-757-0222 H $$ 37
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CARONODA MOTEL 270-754-1320 H $$ 37

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DAYS INN 270-754-1222 H $$ 38
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SUPER 8 270-757-1700 H $$ 56
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DAWSON SPRINGS
PENNYRILE FOREST STATE
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20781 Pennyrile Lodge Rd., Dawson Springs 800-325-1711
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GREENVILLE
LA BELLE EXTENDED STAY 270-338-0043 C $$ 2
504 Greene Dr., Greenville
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HENDERSON
COMFORT INN 270-827-8191 H 55
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HENDERSON DOWNTOWN MOTEL 270-827-2577 H $ 38

425 N. Green St., Henderson m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-869-0533 H $$$ 62
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www.hiexpress.com m
HOLIDAY MOTEL 270-826-8382 H $ 53
1759 S. Green St., Henderson
JOHN JAMES AUDUBON
STATE PARK 270-826-2247 C $$
3100 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Henderson
parks.ky.gov ja
L & N BED AND BREAKFAST LTD. 270-831-1100 B $$ 4

327 N Main St., Henderson
www.lnbbky.com m
RAMADA INN 270-826-6600 H $$ 116
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www.ramada.com cj
SLEEP INN 270-830-6500 H $$ 63

2224 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Henderson 888-830-6501
www.sleepinn.com m
SUGAR CREEK INN 270-827-0127 H $ 65

2077 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Henderson
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SUPER 8 270-827-5611 H $$ 100
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www.super8henderson.com mj
TRUE VINE PLANTATION INN 270-827-9144 H $ 20
3211 U.S. 41 N., Henderson m
VICTORIAN QUARTERS BED &
BREAKFAST 270-831-2778 B $$ 3

109 Clay St., Henderson
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LEWISPORT
BEST WESTERN HANCOCK INN 270-295-3234 H $$ 45
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THE RIVER HOUSE BED AND
BREAKFAST 270-295-4199 B $$$ 3

1510 Riverview Dr., Lewisport 877-315-5368
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MADISONVILLE
BEST WESTERN PLUS
MADISONVILLE INN 270-821-2121 H $$$ 52

1891 Lantaff Blvd., Madisonville 800-780-7234
www.bestwestern.com mj
BIG SPRING INN 270-821-8700 H $$ 50

1750 E. Center St., Madisonville mj
COLONIAL MOTEL 270-825-0026 H $ 20

507 S. Main St., Madisonville
COMFORT INN & SUITES 270-825-3535 H $$ 66
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545 Powell Dr., Madisonville 877-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com m
DAYS INN 270-821-8620 H $$ 136
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1900 Lantaff Blvd., Madisonville 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
EXECUTIVE PENNYRILE INN 270-258-5201 H $$ 56
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1562 Mortons Gap Rd., Mortons Gap
www.executivepennyrileinn.com mja
FOX RIDGE BED & BREAKFAST 270-821-7576 B $$$ 2

1130 Carroll Gentry Rd., Madisonville
www.bbonline.com/ky/foxridge m
HAMMACK-MOORE HOUSE
BED & BREAKFAST 270-821-5812 B $$ 5

129 S. Main St., Madisonville
www.madisonvillebandb.com m
HAMPTON INN & SUITES 270-825-2226 H $ 72
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www.madisonvillesuites.hamptoninn.com m
JAMES MADISON INN 270-821-2010 H $ 35

320 E. Center St., Madisonville mj
RED CARDINAL INN 270-821-0009 H $ 57

4765 Hanson Rd., Madisonville m
RUBY LODGE AT
SPRING LAKE WOODS 270-821-5812 B $$$ 6

367 Springlake St., Madisonville
www.madisonvillebandb.com m
OWENSBORO
COMFORT SUITES OF OWENSBORO 270-926-7675 H $$$ 66
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230 Salem Dr., Owensboro 800-424-6423
www.comfortsuites.com m
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 270-685-4140 H $$$ 100
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3120 Highland Pointe Dr., Owensboro 800-272-6232
www.marriott.com mc
DAYS INN 270-684-9621 H $$ 116

3720 New Hartford Rd., Owensboro 888-440-2021
www.daysinn.com mcj
DIAMOND LAKE RESORT
AND CAMPGROUND 270-229-4900 R $$$

7301 Hobbs Rd., Owensboro 877-975-4900
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FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT 270-688-8887 H $$$ 100
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800 Salem Dr., Owensboro 800-228-2800
www.marriott.com m
HAMPTON INN 270-926-2006 H $$$ 86
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www.hamptoninn.com m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-685-2433 H $$ 70
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www.hiexpress.com m
MOTEL 6 270-686-8606 H $ 90

4585 Frederica St., Owensboro 800-466-8356
www.motel6.com mj
RAMADA INN 270-685-3941 H $$ 140

3136 W. Second St., Owensboro 888-288-4982
www.ramada.com mc
SLEEP INN 270-691-6200 H $$ 64
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SUPER 8 270-685-3388 H 52

1027 Goetz Dr., Owensboro 888-288-5081
www.super8.com m
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CONVENTION CENTER INN 270-338-9797 H $$ 45

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BRYAN’S LAKE CAMPGROUND 270-338-4058



State Route 175, Central City
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LIVERMORE RV PARK 270-993-4745
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DIAMOND LAKE RESORT AND
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DUNMOR
DUNMOR LAKESIDE GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $
7645 State Hwy. 973, Dunmor 270-657-8260
www.dunmorlakesidegolfcourse.com
HENDERSON
BENT CREEK GOLF COURSE 9 35
615 Mallard Ln., Hernderson 270-830-7274
HENDERSON MUNICIPAL
GOLF COURSE 9 32 $
1805 N. Elm St., Henderson 270-831-1263
JOHN JAMES AUDUBON STATE PARK 9 36 $
3100 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Henderson 270-826-2247
parks.ky.gov
PLAYERS CLUB OF HENDERSON 18 72 C,P $$
800 Wolf Hills Blvd., Henderson 270-827-9999
www.playersclubofhenderson.com
LIVERMORE
ROUGH CREEK GOLF 9 36 C,D
11500 Hwy. 136 E., Livermore 270-278-4653
MADISONVILLE
LAKESHORE COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 A
1000 Shamrock Dr., Madisonville 270-821-2069
MADISONVILLE GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 A
105 Country Club Ln., Madisonville 270-821-3700
MADISONVILLE MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE 9 36 A
755 Park Ave., Madisonville 270-824-2156
www.madisonvillegov.com
MORGANFIELD
BRECKINRIDGE GOLF COURSE LLC 18 72 A $
240 Whitaker Way, Morganfield 270-389-3186
OWENSBORO
BEN HAWES PARK 18 71 $
400 Boothfield Rd., Owensboro 270-687-7137
www.owensboroparks.org
HILLCREST GOLF COURSE 9 35 $
4346 Old Hartford Rd., Owensboro 270-687-8717
www.owensboroparks.org
PANTHER CREEK GOLF CLUB 18 70 C,P $
4641 S.R. 1514, Owensboro 270-785-4565
www.panthercreekgolfclub.com
THE SUMMIT GOLF AND
COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 A $$
6501 Summit Dr., Owensboro 270-281-4653
www.summitky.com
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BARDSTOWN

BARDSTOWN/NELSON CO.
TOURISM
One Court Square, Bardstown
502-348-4877 | 800-638-4877
www.visitbardstown.com b
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gABBEY OF GETHSEMANI
3642 Monks Rd., Trappist
502-549-4406
www.monks.org
The Visitor’s Center features an archive
display and a theater for viewing a
25-minute DVD about the monastery.
Gift shop features Trappist products. m
j AROUND THE TOWN
CARRIAGE
223 N. Third St., Bardstown
502-348-0331
www.visitbardstown.com
Enjoy a slow-paced way to see the sites
of historic Bardstown. am
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BARTON 1792 DISTILLERY &
VISITOR CENTER
501 Cathedral Manor, Bardstown
502-331-4879
www.1792bourbon.com
Tour the only fully operating distillery
in Bardstown. Must be over the age of
13 to tour. amAd Page 25
gBASILICA OF ST. JOSEPH
PROTO-CATHEDRAL
310 W. Stephen Foster Ave.,
Bardstown, 502-348-3126
www.stjoechurch.com
First Catholic cathedral west of the
Allegheny Mountains, built in 1816-1819.
Contains gifts of Pope Leo XII. bam
gCIVIL WAR MUSEUM OF THE
WESTERN THEATRE
310 E. Broadway, Bardstown
502-349-0291
www.civil-war-museum.org
Kentucky’s largest collection of Civil War
artifacts. View authentic uniforms, battle
flags, weapons and more. bam
oHEAVEN HILL DISTILLERIES
BOURBON HERITAGE CENTER
1311 Gilkey Run Rd., Bardstown
502-337-1000
www.bourbonheritagecenter.com
Features high-tech interactive exhibits
and an orientation theater. Tour a working
rick house and receive a tasting in the
barrel-shaped tasting room. bam
gHEAVEN HILL TROLLEY
1311 Gilkey Run Rd., Bardstown
502-337-1000
www.bourbonheritagecenter.com
An introductory tour of Bardstown’s
many attractions. am
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KENTUCKY RAILWAY MUSEUM
136 S. Main St., New Haven
502-549-5470 | 800-272-0152
www.kyrail.org
Enjoy a 22-mile, 90-minute train excursion
through the scenic and historic
Rolling Fork River Valley on a restored
passenger train. bamAd Page 127

MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME
DINNER TRAIN
602 N. Third St, Bardstown
502-348-7300/866-801-3463
Relive the elegance of railcar dining as
you travel through beautiful Bourbon
Country in Kentucky.
pMY OLD KENTUCKY HOME
STATE PARK
501 E. Stephen Foster Ave.,
Bardstown, 502-348-3502
parks.ky.gov
Tour the home that inspired Stephen
Foster to pen “My Old Kentucky Home.”
Golf and camp on the grounds.
gOLD BARDSTOWN VILLAGE
310 E. Broadway St., Bardstown
502-349-0291
www.civil-war-museum.org
Three museums on site: Women of the
Civil War, War Memorial of Mid-America
and Wildlife & Natural History Museum.
Also Old Bardstown Village, a recreation
of a 1790s village.
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OSCAR GETZ MUSEUM OF
WHISKEY HISTORY & BARD-
STOWN HISTORICAL MUSEUM
114 N. Fifth St., Bardstown
502-348-2999
www.whiskeymuseum.com
On display is a collection of the whiskey
industry from pre-Colonial to post-
Prohibition years.
gSISTERS OF CHARITY OF
NAZARETH
Hwy. 31E/150, Nazareth
502-348-1500
www.scnfamily.org
An excellent quiet campus for walks,
meditating, tours, retreats. Highlights of
the campus include a new Visitor Center,
Heritage Museum, Retreat office. ba
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SPRINGHILL WINERY
3205 Springfield Rd., Bloomfield
502-252-9463
www.springhillwinery.com
Tour the winery and experience how they
make fine crafted wines, enjoy the historic
display of Kentucky’s wine heritage and
browse the gift shop. am

THE STEPHEN FOSTER STORY
My Old Kentucky Home State
Park, 411 E. Stephen Foster Ave.,
Bardstown
502-348-5971 | 800-626-1563
www.stephenfoster.com
This spectacular musical is based on the
life of America’s first great composer,
Stephen Foster. bamAd Page 127
gWICKLAND, HOME OF
THREE GOVERNORS
550 Bloomfield Rd., Bardstown
502-348-4877 | 800-638-4877
www.historicwickland.com
Self-guided architectural tour, quilt and
doll exhibits. Federal-style houses built
circa 1825-1828. m
BEDFORD

TRIMBLE COUNTY FISCAL
COURT
P.O. Box 251, Bedford
502-255-7492
www.trimblecounty.ky.gov
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THE LITTLE KENTUCKY
RIVER WINERY
3289 Hwy. 421 S., Bedford
502-437-9463
www.thelittlekentuckyriverwinery.com
You will be surrounded by peaceful areas
to enjoy your own private spaces while
enjoying our wines.
BRANDENBURG

MEADE COUNTY TOURISM
79 Broadway, Brandenburg
270-422-3626
www.visitmeadecounty.org b
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pHISTORIC BUTTERMILK FALLS
RECREATION TRAIL
Riverfront Park, Brandenburg
270-422-3626
www.visitmeadecounty.org
A two-and-a-half-mile trail begins in
Bradenburg’s Riverfront Park and stretch-
es to Olin Road. Scenic views of Flippins
Run Creek and the hillside springs that
flow throughout the year. bm
pOTTER CREEK OUTDOOR
RECREATION AREA
850 Otter Creek Park Rd,
Brandenburg, 502-942-9171
www.fw.ky.gov
A 2,600-acre riverfront park in Meade
County with trails for hiking, cycling and
horseback riding.
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CLOVERPORT COMMUNITY
MUSEUM
415 E. Houston St., Cloverport
270-314-3630
www.cloverport.com
Located in a former railroad museum,
artifacts from this historical riverport
town on the Ohio. bm
gJOSEPH HOLT HOUSE AND
GRAVE
6205 Hwy. 144 E., Cloverport
270-756-0268
www.visitbreckinridgecountyky.com
Site is a stop on the Lincoln Heritage Trail. m
CRESTWOOD
gDUNCAN MEMORIAL CHAPEL
5600 Old Floydsburg Rd.,
Crestwood
502-241-8392
This early English gothic style chapel is in
a beautifully landscaped setting in one of
Kentucky’s oldest cemeteries.

OPENRANGE INDOOR GUN
RANGE AND PAINTBALL ARENA
6401 Cross Keys Blvd., Crestwood
502-243-8282
www.openrangesports.com
Five star-rated indoor shooting sports and
paintball facility. A 100-yard indoor rifle
range, pistol ranges and reball arena. Rent a
machine gun. bam
pYEW DELL BOTANICAL GARDENS
6220 Old Lagrange Rd.,
Crestwood
502-241-4788
www.yewdellgardens.org
A thriving botanical garden that serves as
a major center of gardening, research and
education. bam
ELIZABETHTOWN

ELIZABETHTOWN TOURISM
BUREAU
1030 N. Mulberry St.,
Elizabethtown
270-765-2175 | 800-437-0092
www.touretown.com
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BLACK HISTORY GALLERY
602 Gallery Pl., Elizabethtown
270-268-9534
Emma Reno Connor’s personal collection
of media reveals the impact and contribu-
tions of African-Americans on American
culture. Appointment suggested.
gTHE BROWN-PUSEY HOUSE
128 N. Main St., Elizabethtown
270-765-2515
This Georgian mansion houses, a
genealogical library and meeting rooms
for private and public functions.
gELIZABETHTOWN CITY
CEMETERY
Dixie Highway, Elizabethtown
270-765-2175 | 800-437-0092
www.touretown.com
Established in 1806. Cemetery Hill is the
resting place of many Confederate
soliders who died in the Civil War.
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HARDIN COUNTY HISTORY
MUSEUM
201 W. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown
270-763-8339
www.hardinkyhistory.org
History of Hardin County is conveyed
through artifacts, documents and more. b
gLINCOLN CABINS AT FREEMAN
LAKE PARK
Freeman Lake Park,
Elizabethtown
270-765-2175 | 800-437-0092
www.touretown.com
Lincoln’s stepmother’s early 1800s cabin
and the Lincoln memorial cabin, recre-
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SWOPE’S CARS OF
YESTERYEAR MUSEUM
1100 N. Dixie Hwy., Elizabethtown
270-765-2181
www.swopemuseum.com
Approximately 50 antique and classic
cars from the 1920s through the 1960s
are on display at this free exhibit. bam
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RESORT PARK
450 Lodge Rd., Falls of Rough
270-257-2311 | 800-325-1713
parks.ky.gov
Full-service park on the shore of Rough
River Lake.
hROUGH RIVER LAKE
14500 Falls of Rough Rd.,
Falls of Rough
270-257-2061
www.lrl.usace.army.mil/opto
4,860-acres that offer a variety of water-
related recreational opportunities like
boating, swimming, fishing and more. b
GLENDALE

GLENDALE MERCHANTS
ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 131, Glendale
270-369-6188
www.historicglendale.com
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BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM
108 E. Third St., Hardinsburg
270-756-2867
www.breckinridgecounty.net
Located in the historic Taylor House; the
museum contains many different artifacts,
including model airplanes, First Lady dolls
and historical tools. m
HODGENVILLE
gABRAHAM LINCOLN BIRTHPLACE
NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
2995 Lincoln Farm Rd., Hodgenville
270-358-3137
www.nps.gov/abli
Sinking Spring Farm is the birthplace of
our 16th President. The Memorial Building
houses the symbolic cabin. See Lincoln
family exhibits. bam
gABRAHAM LINCOLN BOYHOOD
HOME AT KNOB CREEK
7120 Bardstown Rd., Hodgenville
270-358-3137
www.nps.gov/abli
Also part of Lincoln’s birthplace, the
Lincolns moved here after leaving the
Sinking Spring Farm. ba

LINCOLN JAMBOREE
2579 Lincoln Farm Rd., Hodgenville
270-358-3545
www.lincolnjamboree.com
Kentucky’s #1 country music showplace. A
family show since 1954. Live on stage every
Saturday night year round. m
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LINCOLN MUSEUM
66 Lincoln Sq., Hodgenville
270-358-3163
lincolnmuseum-ky.org
Features room-sized dioramas depicting
major events in Lincoln’s life, numerous
exhibits, original art collections. Open year
‘round. bamAd Page 128
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IRVINGTON DEPOT
AND MUSEUM
243 N. First St., Irvington
270-547-3835
www.irvingtonky.org
Historic former L&N Railroad depot built
in 1920s. Contains historic artifacts of the
community. bm
LAGRANGE

OLDHAM COUNTY TOURISM
P.O. Box 529, Pewee Valley
502-222-0056 | 800-813-9953
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CRAWFORD HOT AIR BALLOONS
1812 Foxboro Rd., LaGrange
502-222-7600 | 800-242-2966
www.balloonrides.org
Hot-air balloon flights in Oldham, Jefferson,
Shelby, Spencer and Hardin counties.
hFALLING ROCK SCUBA
DIVING PARK
2101 Fendley Mill Rd., LaGrange
502-939-5049
www.fallingrockpark.com/
Pleasure or training dive facility. Enjoy
scuba diving, floating volleyball and
basketball, overnight camping available;
open weekends May-Oct. m
j LITTLE BIG HORSE TRAILS
1100 E. Hwy. 524, LaGrange
502-222-1842
Littlebighorsetrails.com
Experience riding at its best on gentle
horses through scenic nature trails. Season
Mar.-Nov. Appointments recommended. a
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OLDHAM COUNTY HISTORY
CENTER
106 N. Second Ave., LaGrange
502-222-0826
www.oldhamcountyhistorical
society.org
Interpretive history museum.
gPEWEE VALLEY CEMETERY
404 Maple Ave., Pewee Valley
502-241-8049
Cemetery was established in 1871 and
includes a section reserved for Confeder-
ate veterans from the Confederate Home
located in Pewee Valley. m
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LEBANON TOURIST &
CONVENTION COMMISSION
239 N. Spalding Ave., Ste. 200,
Lebanon
270-692-0021
www.visitlebanonky.com
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN MUSEUM
AT FORKLAND
16479 Forkland Rd., Gravel Switch
859-332-7146 | 800-755-0076
www.forklandcomctr.org
The Abraham Lincoln Museum contains
artifacts, genealogical records and displays
related to the Abraham Lincoln descendants
who lived in the Forkland area. bam
gLEBANON CIVIL WAR PARK
Corner of Spalding and Walnut,
Lebanon, 270-692-0021
www.visitlebanonky.com
This park memoralizes the first major Civil
War battle in Kentucky. Major Gen. George
H. Thomas led Union forces from Lebanon to
Mill Springs in 1862. b
gLEBANON NATIONAL CEMETERY
20 Hwy. 208, Lebanon
270-692-3390
visitlebanonky.com
A Civil War cemetery built in 1863 to bury
the Union soldiers killed in battle at Perryville.
There is a general information kiosk at the
site. bm
gST. CATHARINE MOTHERHOUSE
2645 Bardstown Rd., St. Catharine
859-336-9303
Home of the first U.S. community of Domini-
can Sisters. Houses St. Catharine College.
Working farm. Tours by appointment. bam
gSISTERS OF LORETTO
MOTHERHOUSE
515 Nerinx Rd., Nerinx
270-865-5811
Founded in 1812 and moved to its current
location in 1824. One of the first religous
orders of women west of the Allegheny
Mountains. am
LEITCHFIELD

GRAYSON COUNTY
TOURISM
425 S. Main St., Leitchfield
270-259-2735 | 888-624-9951
www.graysoncountytourism.com
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BLACKROCK MOTO CROSS
300 Oscar Skeeters Rd.
Leitchfield
270-879-8190
www.Blackrockmotocross.com
One of Kentucky’s finest motocross race
tracks. Blackrock offers competitive race
classes for all ages and skill levels

CLUB ON MAIN
106 Main St., Leitchfield
270-589-9153
Open Thursday and Friday nights with
exciting dance atmosphere.
gJACK THOMAS HOUSE/GRAY-
SON CO. HISTORICAL SOCIETY
122 E. Main St., Leitchfield
270-230-8989
www.graysoncokyhistsoc.org
The oldest brick building in the county.
Tours available. bam

PINE KNOB THEATRE
2250 Pine Knob Rd., Caneyville
270-991-8191
www.pineknob.com
A 500-seat outdoor summer theater
performing historical, folklore and
musical shows Fri. and Sat. nights June
through Sep. bam
hNOLIN LAKE
KY 728 & 259, Clarkson
5800 acre lake ideal for fishing
and boating.
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MAKER’S MARK DISTILLERY
3350 Burks Spring Rd., Loretto
270-865-2099
www.makersmark.com
See the bourbon-making process by tour-
ing this 19th-century distillery, the oldest
operating on its original site.
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LOUISVILLE CONVENTION
AND VISITORS BUREAU
401 W. Main St., Ste. 2300,
Louisville
502-584-2121 | 800-626-5645
www.gotolouisville.com
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ACTORS THEATRE OF LOUISVILLE
316 W. Main St., Louisville
502-584-1205 | 800-428-5849
www.actorstheatre.org
Home to the Humana Festival of
New American Plays. b
g BELLE OF LOUISVILLE
401 W. River Rd., Louisville
502-574-2992 | 866-832-0011
www.belleoflouisville.org
The historic steamer built in 1914 is the
oldest operating steam-driven river
paddlewheeler in the country. Take a
sightseeing excursion. bmAd Page 125
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BROAD RUN VINEYARDS
10601 Broad Run Rd., Louisville
502-231-0372
www.broadrunvineyards.com
Pioneered and gave precedence to the
growing of the fine viniferous grapes in
this region. ba
gCATHEDRAL OF THE
ASSUMPTION
433 S. Fifth St., Louisville
502-582-2971
www.cathedraloftheassumption.org
Recently restored 1852 cathedral. Guided
tours are available by appointment and
tours are free of charge. ba
j CHURCHILL DOWNS
700 Central Ave., Louisville
502-636-4400 | 800-283-3729
www.churchilldowns.com
Home to the Kentucky Derby and
Kentucky Oaks, a world-famous
entertainment center. bam
gCONRAD-CALDWELL
HOUSE MUSEUM
1402 Saint James Ct., Louisville
502-636-5023
zextron.com/conradcaldwellweb
A magnificent Richardsonian mansion is one
of the most stunning in old Louisville. ba
pE.P. “TOM” SAWYER STATE PARK
3000 Freys Hill Rd., Louisville
502-429-7270
parks.ky.gov
The 550-acre park is an extraordinary urban park.
gFARMINGTON HISTORIC
PLANTATION
3033 Bardstown Rd., Louisville
502-452-9920
www.historichomes.org
Farmington was the center of a 550-acre
hemp plantation built from 1815-1816. am
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THE FILSON HISTORICAL
SOCIETY
1310 S. Third St., Louisville
502-635-5083
www.filsonhistorical.org
A 125-year-old historical society that
provides a research library and programs;
housed in the historic Filson Mansion and
museum. bm
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FLAME RUN
828 E. Market St., Louisville
502-584-5353
www.flamerun.com
Hot glass studio and gallery. bam

FOURTH STREET LIVE!
400 S. Fourth St., Louisville
502-584-7170
www.4thstlive.com
Louisville’s premier dining, entertainment
and retail destination. Located in the
historic downtown, a short walk from hotels
and attractions. bm
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FRAZIER HISTORY MUSEUM
829 W. Main St., Louisville
502-753-5663 | 866-886-7103
www.FrazierMuseum.org
The museum provides an unforgettable
journey through more than 1,000 years of
history. bm
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GALLERY HERTZ
1253 S. Preston St., Louisville
502-635-3727
www.billyhertzgallery.com
For over 15 years it has been providing the
vivid color and unique artistic vision that
has defined Louisville as one of the cultural
hotspots of the region. bam
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You’ll find no velvet ropes holding you back at these museums.
Whether you’re stepping into a batting cage with a genuine
Louisville Slugger in your hands, reeling from the (simulated) wallop of Ali’s
right jab, or re-living the first Saturday in May any day of the year,
Possibility City’s sports exhibits put you smack in the middle of all the action.
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GHEENS SCIENCE HALL AND
RAUCH PLANETARIUM
University of Louisville
502-852-6664
www.louisville.edu/planetarium
Immerse yourself in space or experience a
fabulous laser music show. bm
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GLASSWORKS STUDIO
815 W. Market St., Louisville
502-584-4510
www.louisvilleglassworks.com
Daily self-guided tours through the flame-
working, stained glass/architectural glass
art and glassblowing studios. bm
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HAWKS VIEW GALLERY
AND CAFE
170 Carter Ave., Louisville
502-955-1010
www.hawksviewgallery.com
Enjoy exquisite cuisine while viewing an
amazing gallery of art and glassblowers
in action. Make reservations to blow your
own glass ornament. bam
g HISTORIC LOCUST GROVE
561 Blankenbaker Ln., Louisville
502-897-9845
www.locustgrove.org
This National Historic Landmark tells the
story of George Rogers Clark, Kentucky
history, western expansion and life on
the frontier. bam Ad Page 125
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KAVIAR FORGE & GALLERY
1718 Frankfort Ave., Louisville
502-561-0377
www.kaviargallery.com
The forge & gallery of sculptor & black-
smith Craig Kaviar includes the works of
many regional artists; Forge Public Tours
Friday @ 2 pm or by appt. ba
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KENTUCKY DERBY MUSEUM
704 Central Ave., Louisville
502-637-1111
www.derbymuseum.org
Immerse yourself in the next best thing
to being at the Derby. Exhibits take
you through the journey from the birth
of the foal to the winner’s circle.
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KENTUCKY MUSEUM OF ART
AND CRAFT
715 W. Main St., Louisville
502-589-0102 | 800-446-0102
www.kentuckyarts.org
Celebrating traditional and functional art,
visitors can view and shop for hand-made
items in three exhibition galleries and a
sales gallery. ba

KENTUCKYSHOW!
501 W. Main St., Louisville
502-562-7800
www.kentuckyshow.com
A nationally-acclaimed, breathtaking mul-
timedia show narrated by Ashley Judd
that highlights Kentucky’s beauty, sports,
spirit and fascinating people. bam
gLITTLE LOOMHOUSE
328 Kenwood Hill Rd., Louisville
502-367-4792
www.littleloomhouse.org
Three historic cabins and education of
textile folk art for all ages. bam
LOUISVILLE BATS
PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL
401 E. Main St., Louisville
502-212-2287
www.batsbaseball.com
Professional baseball. Triple-A affiliate of
the Cincinnati Reds. 13,100 seats with 72
home games. bm
pLOUISVILLE EXTREME PARK
Witherspoon & Clay Streets,
Louisville, 502-456-8100
www.louisvilleextremepark.org
One of the nation’s best skate parks.
Features a 24-foot full-pipe. Also offers
street-style, transition-style and vert
skating. b
gLOUISVILLE WESTERN
LIBRARY AFRICAN AMERICAN
ARCHIVES
604 S. 10th St., Louisville
502-574-1611
www.lfpl.org
The first public library in the U.S. solely for
African Americans. The archives contain
print and non-print resources on culture
and life in black America. bm

LOUISVILLE GHOST TOURS
Downtown Louisville
505-339-5445 | 888-844-3999
www.louisvilleghosttours.com
Explore the shadow-filled streets of
downtown Louisville during this 90 min-
ute walking tour. ba
gLOUISVILLE HISTORIC TOURS
1217 4th St., Louisville
502-637-2922
www.louisvillehistorictours.com
Relive the Victorian era through walking
or van tours of the third-largest preserva-
tion district in the U.S. Tours offered:
ghost, architecture and mansions. a
j LOUISVILLE HORSE TRAMS
801 E. Witherspoon, Louisville
502-581-0100
www.louisvillehorsetrams.com
Taxi with horse and carriage to area
restaurants, weddings, etc. Historical and
romantic tours of downtown. Hours year
‘round weather-permitting. am
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LOUISVILLE SCIENCE CENTER
& IMAX THEATRE
727 W. Main St., Louisville
502-561-6100 | 800-591-2203
www.louisvillescience.org
Kentucky’s largest hands-on science
center, featuring 150 interactive exhibits
and a four-story IMAX Theatre. bm
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LOUISVILLE SLUGGER MUSEUM
& FACTORY
800 W. Main St., Louisville
502-588-7228 | 877-775-8443
www.sluggermuseum.com
Tour the factory where world-famous
Louisville Slugger bats are created. Newly
renovated, interactive galleries. Free mini
souvenir bat. bam
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LOUISVILLE STONEWARE CO.
731 Brent St., Louisville
502-582-1900 | 800-626-1800
www.louisvillestoneware.com
Creators of unique, beautiful works of func-
tional art. Gallery, museum & paint-your-own
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LOUISVILLE VISUAL ART
ASSOCIATION
3005 River Rd., Louisville
502-896-2146
www.louisvillevisualart.org
Exhibits new and established artists
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LOUISVILLE ZOO
1100 Trevilian Way, Louisville
502-459-2181
www.louisvillezoo.org
Enjoy wild adventures year ‘round among
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q MEGA CAVERN
1841 Taylor Ave., Louisville
502-855-6342 | 877-614-6342
www.louisvillemegacavern.com/
A 100-acre underground cavern.
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MINT JULEP TOURS
The Galt House Hotel, Louisville
502-583-1433 | 866-986-8779
www.mintjuleptours.com
Whether you are traveling with us
through historic Louisville, horse country,
or to the bourbon distilleries, Kentucky
provides an adventure that cannot be
found anywhere else in the world.
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MUHAMMAD ALI CENTER
144 N. Sixth St., Louisville
502-584-9254
www.alicenter.org
The Center is a cultural attraction and
international education center that is in-
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MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN
PRINTING HOUSE FOR THE BLIND
1839 Frankfort Ave., Louisville
502-895-2405 | 800-223-1839
www.aph.org/museum
Tour the factory and museum of the world’s
largest maker of materials for people with
vision loss. See and touch braille, tactile
maps and computer games. bam
gPORTLAND MUSEUM
2308 Portland Ave., Louisville
502-776-7678
www.goportland.org
Explore Louisville’s river heritage through
vivid dioramas, life-sized character
mannequins, an automated soundtrack,
documentaries and more. bam
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SAR HISTORICAL MUSEUM
1000 S. Fourth St., Louisville
502-589-1776
www.sar.org
Museum displays artifacts and informa-
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SPEED ART MUSEUM
2035 S. Third St., Louisville
502-634-2700
www.speedmuseum.org
Kentucky’s largest art museum with a col-
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creativity. ba
WHEEL FUN RENTALS &
GUIDED BIKE TOURS
135 E. River Rd., Louisville
502-589-2453
www.wheelfunrentals.com
Their fleet of rental vehicles offers a way
to sightsee, people watch and exercise
for leisure experience. Bike tours by
appointment.
gZACHARY TAYLOR NATIONAL
CEMETERY
4701 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville
502-893-3852
www.cem.va.gov
Established as a national cemetery in 1928
when the government took title to the
family burial site where President Zachary
Taylor was interred. bm
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HENRY COUNTY CHAMBER
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P.O. Box 355, New Castle
502-845-0806
www.chamber.henrycountyky.com
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SMITH-BERRY VINEYARD AND
WINERY
855 Drennon Rd., New Castle
502-845-7091 | 888-845-7091
www.smithberrywinery.net
Tasting room open for wine tasting,
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CONVENTION AND
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562 N. Dixie Ave., Ste. A1,
Radcliff
270-352-1204 | 800-334-7540
www.radclifftourism.org
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GENERAL GEORGE
PATTON MUSEUM
4554 Fayette Ave., Fort Knox
502-624-3812
www.generalpatton.org
A world-class military museum featuring
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KNOB CREEK GUN RANGE
690 Ritchey Ln., West Point
270-922-4457
www.machinegunshoot.com
Recreational shooting year ‘round. Our
Bi-Annual Machine Gun Shoot draws 8-10
thousand visitors from across the states
and abroad. bm

KRICHETS MUSIC RANCH
407 South St., West Point
502-376-2095
www.countrycookinband.com
Devoted to family entertainment, its
mainstay has been traditional country
music, but welcomes music in a variety of
performances.
pSAUNDERS SPRINGS NATURE
PRESERVE
Radcliff, 270-352-1204
www.radclifftourism.org
Picturesque forest offering walking, hiking
and biking trails along with a spring fed
lake and cascading waterfalls.
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316 Main St., Shelbyville
502-633-6388
www.shelbyvilleky.com
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HORSE FARM TOURS
316 Main St., Shelbyville
502-633-6388
www.shelbyvilleky.com
Visit a historic Saddlebred Horse Farm,
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TALON WINERY
400 Gordon Ln., Shelbyville
502-633-6969
www.talonwine.com
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GALLERIES
525 Washington St., Shelbyville
502-633-4382
www.wakefieldscearce.com
Est. 1947. Twenty-five plus room setting
displays of antiques & silver.
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395 Paroquet Springs Dr.,
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2499 Hwy. 245, Clermont
502-955-8512
www.bernheim.org
14,000 acres, including Kentucky’s official
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BROOKS HILL WINERY
2746 Brooks Hill Rd., Brooks
502-957-7810
www.brookshillwinery.com
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FRIDAY NIGHT
1833 Hwy. 44 W., Shepherdsville
502-239-8004
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OF QUILTS
142A Buffalo Run Rd.,
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502-215-0923 | 800-836-3944
www.houseofquilts.com
Beautiful designs, quality handcrafting
and attention to deail are Donna Sharp (a
fifth generation quilter) trade marks.
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FOREST EDGE WINERY
1910 Clermont Rd.
Shepherdsville
502-531-9610 | 855-355-9634
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JIM BEAM AMERICAN OUTPOST
526 Happy Hollow Rd., Clermont
502-543-9877
www.jimbeam.com
Visit the home of the world’s No. 1 bour-
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KART KOUNTRY
315 Joe B. Hall Ave., Shepherdsville
502-543-9588
www.gokartkountry.com
The longest go-kart track in the U.S. Five
sizes and speeds of go-karts, so all ages
can ride. bm
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MILLANOVA WINERY
744 Gentry Ln., Mt. Washington
502-664-8304
www.millanovawinery.com
A child and pet-friendly facility with a
large tasting room, open daily for wine
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SHEPHERDSVILLE MUSIC SHOW
1833 Hwy. 44 West,
Shepherdsville, 502-921-2736
shepherdsvillecountrymusicshow.com
Longest running music entertainment in
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every Saturday Night. bm
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WIGHT-MEYER WINERY
340 Meyer Dr., Shepherdsville
502-921-0267
www.wight-meyervineyards.com
Offers a wide variety of award-winning
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SPRINGFIELD

SPRINGFIELD TOURISM
COMMISSION
127 E. Main St., Springfield
859-336-5440
www.seespringfieldky.com
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HORSESHOE BEND
VINEYARDS, LLC
1187 Lawson Ln., Willisburg
859-375-0296
www.horseshoebend-ky.com
Enjoy the amazing panoramic view while
tasting one of the six different varieties.
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LONG LICK FARM WINERY
6769 Polin Rd., Willisburg
859-284-1002
www.longlickfarmwinery.com
Soil, climate, history and a special wine
master combine to create a new experi-
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pLINCOLN HOMESTEAD STATE PARK
5079 Lincoln Park Rd., Springfield
859-336-7461
parks.ky.gov
Features the original home of Lincoln’s
mother, as well as replicas of the 1782
cabin and blacksmith shop where his
father was reared and learned his trade.
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Ky 458, Springfield
859-336-5410
246 ft. long, 11 ft. wide. Burr arch truss
design. The longest multi-span covered
bridge in Kentucky, c. 1817. National
Register of Historic Places.
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ROLLING HILLS VINEYARD
AND WINERY
2385 Kelly Shop Rd., Springfield
859-262-6154
Small family-run boutique winery.
All production, bottling and labeling
is done by hand.
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pTAYLORSVILLE/SPENCER CO.
TOURISM COMMISSION
PO Box 38, Taylorsville
502-477-9196
pTAYLORSVILLE LAKE STATE PARK
1320 Park Rd., Taylorsville
502-477-8713
parks.ky.gov
1,200-acre park encompasses some of
the most beautiful horse riding country.
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Claudia Sanders
Dinner House
• OUR SPECIALTIES •
Fried Chicken & Country Ham
with our Eight Famous Vegetables
Ì The Former Home & Headquarters of
Claudia And Colonel Harland Sanders Ì
Serving Tuesday-Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.


3202 Shelbyville Road, U.S. 60
Shelbyville, Kentucky 40065
(502) 633-5600 or Fax (502) 633-5722
www.claudiasanders.com
fabric • trim • design
pillows • furniture • much more
We have thousands of bolts of home dec
fabrics and trims at discounted prices.
Let us help you make your house a home.
Located in the heart of quaint downtown Shelbyville!
701 Washington St. Shelbyville, KY 40065
Store Hours: 10-5 Mon to Sat.10-8 on Thursday
502-633-5427 | 502-633-5498
Studio Store: 502-633-9382 | makingendsmeet.com
Like the hub of a wheel,
Shelbyville is the center of it all!
Saddlebred Capital
of the World.
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Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
BARDSTOWN
AMERICA’S INN 502-348-1112 H $$ 24

1714 New Haven Rd., Bardstown 888-315-2378
www.aibardstown.com j
BARDSTOWN PARKVIEW MOTEL 502-348-5983 H $$ 36
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418 E. Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown 800-732-2384
www.bardstownparkview.com j
BEAUTIFUL DREAMER 502-348-4004 B $$$$ 4

440 E. Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown 800-811-8312
www.bdreamerbb.com m
BEST WESTERN GENERAL NELSON INN 502-348-3977 H $$ 48
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411 W. Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown 800-225-3977
www.generalnelson.com mj
COLONEL’S COTTAGE INN - JOHN FITCH 502-507-8338 B 1

211 E. John Fitch, Bardstown 800-704-4917
www.colonelscottageinns.com m
COLONEL’S COTTAGE INN - MILLSTONE 502-507-8338 B $$$$ 1

107 E. Broadway, Bardstown 800-704-4917
www.colonelscottageinns.com m
COLONEL’S COTTAGE INN -
PIONEER PARK 502-507-8338 B $$$$ 1

114 S. Fourth St., Bardstown 800-704-4917
www.colonelscottageinns.com m
COMFORT INN 502-349-9400 H $$ 49
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984 Frost Ave., Bardstown 800-228-5150
www.comfortinnbardstown.com m
DAYS INN 502-349-0363 H $$ 38
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523 N. Third St., Bardstown 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
EAGLE HILL MANOR & EAGLE COVE
COTTAGE BED & BREAKFAST 502-252-7111 B $$$$ 6

118/122 Springfield Rd., Bloomfield
www.historiceaglehillmanorbb.com
HAMPTON INN 502-349-0100 H $$$ 106
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985 Chambers Blvd., Bardstown 800-426-7866
www.bardstown.hamptoninn.com mj
HOMESTEAD BED & BREAKFAST
AND KENTUCKY CRAFT SHOP 502-349-1777 B 3

3944 Bloomfield Rd., Bardstown
www.bbonline.com/ky/homestead m
JAILERS INN BED & BREAKFAST 502-348-5551 B $$$ 6

111 W. Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown 800-948-5551
www.jailersinn.com m
OLD BARDSTOWN INN 502-349-0776 H $ 33
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www.angelfire.com/ky3/oldbardstowninn mj
OLD KENTUCKY HOME MOTEL 502-348-5979 H $$ 36

414 W. Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown 800-772-1174
www.bardstown.com/~okhm j
OLD KENTUCKY HOME STABLES &
BED & BREAKFAST 502-349-0408 B $$$

115 Samuels Rd., Coxs Creek
www.okhs-bb.com
OLD TALBOTT TAVERN 502-348-3494 B $$ 5

107 W. Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown 800-482-8376
www.talbotts.com mc
QUALITY INN OF BARDSTOWN 502-348-9253 H $$ 98

1875 New Haven Rd., Bardstown 866-348-6900
www.qualityinnofbardstown.com m
RED ROSE INN 502-349-3003 B $$$ 4

209 E. Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown
www.redroseinnbardstown.com m
ROSEMARK HAVEN 502-348-8218 B $$$$ 8

714 N. Third St., Bardstown
www.rosemarkhaven.com m
SHERWOOD INN 502-549-3386 C $

138 S. Main St., New Haven
SPRINGHILL PLANTATION BED &
BREAKFAST 502-252-9463 B $$$ 4

3205 Springfield Rd. (U.S. 55), Bloomfield
www.springhillwinery.com m
THE VERANDA 502-350-3423 B 3

405 N. Third St., Bardstown
www.bbonline.com/ky/veranda
VICTORIAN LIGHTS 502-348-8087 B 3

112 S. Third St., Bardstown
WILSON MOTEL 502-348-3364 H $$ 15

530 N. Third St., Bardstown j
YOU’RE INVITED INN 502-349-0964 B $$$ 3

1415 Ed Brent Rd., Bardstown
www.bbonline.com/ky/youreinvited m
BEDFORD
RICHWOOD PLANTATION RESORT 502-268-3090 B $$$ 13
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www.richwoodplantationkentucky.com m
BRANDENBURG
ABE’S COUNTRY VILLAGE MOTEL &
CABINS 270-422-2282 C $$ 14

3390 Brandenburg Rd., Brandenburg
DOE RUN INN 270-422-2982 B $$ 12

500 Doe Run Hotel Rd., Brandenburg
www.doeruninn.com c
SUPER 8 270-422-1700 H $$ 51

1900 Armory Pl., Brandenburg 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
BROOKS
BAYMONT INN 502-957-6900 H $ 65
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149 Willabrook Dr., Brooks 877-229-6668
www.baymontinns.com mj
COMFORT INN & PIRATES BAY INDOOR
WATER PARK 502-955-5566 H $$ 79

191 Brenton Way, Brooks
comfortinnbrooksky.com mj
ECONO LODGE 502-955-1501 H $$ 50
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1901 E. Blue Lick Rd., Brooks 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com m
FAIRFIELD INN 502-955-5533 H $$$ 66
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362 Brenton Way, Brooks 800-228-2800
www.musselmanhotels.com m
HAMPTON INN 502-957-5050 H $$$ 64
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180 Willabrook Dr., Brooks 800-426-7866
www.hampton-inn.com m
QUALITY INN AND SUITES 502-955-6272 H $$$ 75
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716 Brooks Hill Rd., Brooks 800-228-5151
www.qualityinnandsuites.com m
CANEYVILLE
PINE KNOB GUEST HOUSE 270-879-8190

1227 Pine Knob Rd., Caneyville C
www.pineknob.com
CLARKSON
LOGSDON’S LANDING
LAKEFRONT CABIN 502-425-9155 C

80 Logsdon’s Landing, Clarkson
NOLIN RIVER GETAWAY 502-554-3113

565 Fields Lane, Clarkson C
www.nolinrivergetaway.com
PONDEROSA MOTEL 270-242-7215 H $ 6

865 Ponderosa Rd., Clarkson
www.ponderosaboatdock.com c
ELIZABETHTOWN
BAYMONT INN & SUITES 270-769-9616 H $$ 63
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209 Commerce Dr., Elizabethtown 877-229-6668
www.touretown.com mj
BEST WESTERN
ATRIUM GARDENS 270-769-3030 H 127
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1043 Executive Dr., Elizabethtown 800-937-8376
www.bestwestern.com mj
BLUEGRASS INN 270-765-2194 H $ 38

711 E. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown
www.bluegrassinn.net j
BUDGET HOLIDAY MOTEL 270-765-2111 H $ 49

715 E. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown
www.touretown.com mj
COMFORT INN 270-765-4166 H $$ 94
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2009 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown 800-424-6423
www.touretown.com mj
COMFORT SUITES 270-360-0088 H $$$ 75
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215 Commerce Dr., Elizabethtown 877-424-6423
www.comfortsuites.com m
COMMONWEALTH LODGE 270-765-2185 H $ 82
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708 E. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown 888-765-2185
www.touretown.com c
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Filled with History.
Surrounded by Adventure!
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Right off of I-65,
Elizabethtown offers small-town
charm with big-city entertainment options!
Enjoy Freeman Lake and hiking trails with the kids or
sample some of the state’s Ànest spirits at nearby Bourbon
Trail Distilleries. The Swope’s Cars of Yesteryear Museum
will thrill any car enthusiast, and Abraham Lincoln’s
birthplace and museum are a not-to-be-missed testament
to the life of one of our nation’s most beloved presidents.
www.TourEtown.com
270-765-2175
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grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
DAYS INN 270-769-5522 H $$ 119
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2010 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown 800-329-7466
www.the.daysinn.com/elizabethtown06068 mcj
E-TOWN MOTEL 270-765-4312 H $ 26
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616 E. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown
www.touretown.com j
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES 270-769-1440 H $$$ 75
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1031 Executive Dr., Elizabethtown
www.touretown.com m
HAMPTON INN 270-765-6663 H $$$ 60
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1035 Executive Dr., Elizabethtown 800-426-7866
www.musselmanhotels.com m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL
& SUITES 270-769-1334 H $$ 76
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107 Buffalo Creek Dr., Elizabethtown 800-315-2621
www.hiexpress.com mj
HOMEGATE INN 270-769-1301 H $$ 36

905 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown
www.touretown.com mj
HOWARD JOHNSON INN 270-769-2344 H 150
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KENTUCKY CARDINAL INN 270-765-6139 H $$ 47
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LAQUINTA INN & SUITES 270-765-4747 H $$ 62
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210 Commerce Dr., Elizabethtown 800-466-8356
www.lq.com
MOTEL 6 270-769-3102 H $ 98
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1042 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown 800-466-8956
www.touretown.com mj
PINE VALLEY GOLF COURSE
AND RESORT 270-737-8300

850 Pine Valley Dr., Elizabethtown 800-844-1904
www.pinevalleygolfandresort.com
RAMADA INN 270-769-9683 H $$ 67
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ROADSIDE INN 270-769-2331 H 79

656 E. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown 800-864-6957
www.touretown.com
SUPER 8 MOTEL 270-737-1088 H 59
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www.touretown.com mj
FALLS OF ROUGH
1823-GREEN MANSION BED &
BREAKFAST 270-879-3462 B $$ 8
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www.greenfarmresort.com m
THE FALLS RESORT AND GOLF CLUB 270-879-3462 R

57 Jennie Green Rd., Falls of Rough 800-504-0906
www.greenfarmresort.com
PINE TREE INN 270-257-2771 H $ 19

13689 Falls of Rough Rd., Falls of Rough
ROUGH RIVER DAM STATE RESORT PARK 270-257-2311 R 40

450 Lodge Rd., Falls of Rough 800-325-1713
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ROUGH RIVER LAKEFRONT
CABIN RENTAL 270-302-2770 C
8233 Yeaman Rd., Falls of Rough
ST. CLAIR SUITES 270-257-2561 H $$ 7

13857 Falls of Rough Rd., Falls of Rough
FORT KNOX / MULDRAUGH
GOLDEN MANOR INN AND SUITES 502-942-2800 H $$ 111
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HARDINSBURG
BIRDS NEST COTTAGES 270-257-8524 C $$$$ 6

10202 S. Hwy. 259, Mc Daniels 877-852-8663
www.birdsnestcottages.com j
BRECKINRIDGE INN 270-756-9234 H $$ 22

1125 Old Hwy. 60, Hardinsburg
www.thebreckinn.com m
LITTLE CEDAR GETAWAY 270-756-5902 R $$$$ 1

983 E. B. Kennedy Ln., Garfield
www.littlecedargetaway.com j
MOUNTAIN LAUREL LAKE RESORT 270-756-2737 C $ 6

1195 W. Hwy. 86, Garfield 888-263-9150
www.lakedream.com j
HODGENVILLE
CABIN FEVER LODGING 270-358-4415 C $$ 2

3030 Old Elizabethtown Rd., Hodgenville
www.bbonline.com/ky/cabinfever2 m
LAGRANGE
BEST WESTERN ASHBURY INN 502-222-5500 H $$ 95
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www.bestwestern.com m
COMFORT SUITES 502-225-4125 H $$ 55
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1500 Crystal Dr. E., LaGrange 800-228-5150
www.comfort.com mj
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 502-222-5678 H $$ 57
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1001 Paige Pl., LaGrange 800-465-4329
www.hiexpress.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 502-225-9778 H $$ 64
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1420 E. Crystal, LaGrange 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
LEBANON
HAMPTON INN 270-699-4000 H $$ 58
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www.hamptoninn.com m
HOLLY HILL INN 270-692-2175 H 20

459 W. Main St., Lebanon
MYRTLEDENE BED & BREAKFAST 270-692-2223 B 2

370 N. Spalding Ave., Lebanon 800-391-1721
www.myrtledene.com mj
ROSEWOOD GOLF COURSE & CABINS 270-692-0506 C $$ 10

520 Fairway Dr., Lebanon
www.rosewoodgolfcourse.com mcj
LEITCHFIELD
MOUTARDIER MARINA 270-286-4069 C $

1990 Moutardier Rd., Leitchfield
www.moutardiermarina.com cj
COUNTRYSIDE INN 270-259-4021 H $ 146

315 Commerce Dr., Leitchfield mj
DAN KRIST BED & BREAKFAST 502-242-4571 B $$$$ 2

2055 Clarkson School Rd., Leitchfield
graysoncountytourism.com/dankrist.htm
HATFIELD INN 270-259-0464 H $$ 40

769 White St., Leitchfield 877-731-3838
www.hatfieldinn.net mj
LOUISVILLE
1840 TUCKER HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 502-297-8007 B $$$ 4

2406 Tucker Station Rd., Louisville 888-297-8007
www.tuckerhouse1840.com mj
1853 INN AT WOODHAVEN 502-895-1011 B $$$ 8

401 S. Hubbards Ln., Louisville 888-895-1011
www.innatwoodhaven.com mj
1882 ALEKSANDER HOUSE BED AND
BREAKFAST 502-637-4985 B 4

1213 S. First St., Louisville 866-637-4985
www.aleksanderhouse.com mj
1888 HISTORIC ROCKING HORSE
MANOR B&B 502-583-0408 B

1022 S. Third St., Louisville 888-467-7322
www.rockinghorse-bb.com mj
21C MUSEUM HOTEL 502-217-6300 H 90

700 W. Main St., Louisville 877-217-6400
www.21cmuseumhotel.com mcj
AIRPORT AND EXPO LA QUINTA
INN & SUITES 502-368-0007 H 98
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4125 Preston Hwy., Louisville
www.lqairport.com mj
AUSTIN’S INN PLACE 502-585-8855 B 8

915 S. First St., Louisville
www.austinsinnplace.com m
BAYMONT INN & SUITES 502-339-1900 H 100
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9400 Blairwood Rd., Louisville 877-229-6668
www.baymontlouisville.com mj
BEST WESTERN AIRPORT EAST/
EXPO CENTER 502-456-4411 H 150
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1921 Bishop Ln., Louisville 800-937-8376
www.bestwestern.com mcj
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BEST WESTERN ENVOY & SUITES 502-499-0000 H 101
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9802 Bunsen Way, Louisville
www.bestwestern.com mc
BRECKINRIDGE INN 502-456-5050 H 123
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2800 Breckenridge Ln., Louisville
www.breckinridgeinn.com mj
BROWN HOTEL 502-583-1234 H $$$$ 293

335 W. Broadway, Louisville 888-888-5252
www.brownhotel.com mc Ad Page 126
CANDLEWOOD SUITES 502-261-0085 H 78

11762 Commonwealth Dr., Louisville 888-226-3539
www.candlewoodsuites.com j
CANDLEWOOD SUITES LOUISVILLE
AIRPORT 502-357-3577 H 100

1367 Gardiner Ln., Louisville 888-226-3539
www.candlewoodsuites.com mj
CENTRAL PARK BED & BREAKFAST 502-638-1505 B 7

1353 S. Fourth St., Louisville 877-922-1505
www.centralparkbandb.com mj
THE CHARIOT HOTEL 502-491-2577 H $$$$ 116
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1902 Embassy Square Blvd., Louisville
www.thechariothotel.com m
COLUMBINE BED AND BREAKFAST 502-635-5000 B 6

1707 S. Third St., Louisville 800-635-5010
www.thecolumbine.com m
COMFORT SUITES 502-266-6509 H 69
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1850 Resource Way, Louisville 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com mj
COUNTRY INN & SUITES -
LOUISVILLE EAST 502-261-9434 H 70
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1241 Kentucky Mills Dr., Louisville 800-456-4000
www.countryinns.com m
COUNTRY INN & SUITES LOUISVILLE
AIRPORT 502-753-5555 H 121
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2850 Crittenden Dr., Louisville 800-596-2375
www.countryinns.com m
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT -
LOUISVILLE DOWNTOWN 502-562-0200 H $$$ 140

100 S. Second St., Louisville 800-321-2211
www.courtyard.com mc
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT
LOUISVILLE EAST 502-429-0006 H $$$ 151

9608 Blairwood Rd., Louisville
www.marriott.com m
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT LOUISVILLE
NORTHEAST 502-429-9293 H $$$ 112

10200 Champion Farms Dr., Louisville 800-533-0212
www.marriott.com m
COURTYARD MARRIOTT LOUISVILLE
AIRPORT 502-368-5678 H 150

819 Phillips Ln., Louisville
www.courtyard.com mc
CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL 502-367-2251 H 588

830 Phillips Ln., Louisville 800-633-8723
www.cplouisville.com mcj Ad Page 126
CULBERTSON MANSION BED &
BREAKFAST 502-634-3100 B 10

1432 S. Third St., Louisville 866-522-5078
www.culbertsonmansion.us m
DAYS INN AIRPORT & FAIR/EXPO
CENTER 502-968-8124 H 109

2905 Fern Valley Rd., Louisville
www.thedaysinn.com mj
DAYS INN CENTRAL 502-636-3781 H 142
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1620 Arthur St., Louisville 800-937-3297
www.daysinn.com
DAYS INN HOTEL & SUITES 502-447-3700 H 51

4051 Cane Run Rd., Louisville
www.daysinn.com m
DAYS INN HURSTBOURNE 502-425-8010 H 104
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9340 Blairwood Rd., Louisville
www.daysinnhurstbourne.com mj
DRURY INN & SUITES - LOUISVILLE 502-326-4170 H $$$ 141
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9501 Blairwood Rd., Louisville 800-378-7946
www.druryhotels.com mj
DUPONT MANSION BED & BREAKFAST 502-638-0045 B $$$$ 7

1317 S. Fourth St., Louisville
www.dupontmansion.com m
ECONO LODGE DOWNTOWN 502-583-2841 H $$$ 97

401 S. Second St., Louisville 800-424-6423
www.econolodge.com m
EMBASSY SUITES - LOUISVILLE EAST 502-426-9191 H 150
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9940 Corporate Campus Dr., Louisville 800-362-2779
www.louisvilleeast.embassysuites.com mc
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA 502-897-2559 H 65

1401 Browns Ln., Louisville 800-804-3724
www.extendedstay.com mj
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA 502-499-6215 H 75

9801 Bunsen Pkwy., Louisville 800-804-3724
www.extendedstay.com mj
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA 502-895-7707 H 120

6101 Dutchmans Ln., Louisville 800-804-3724
www.extendedstay.com mj
FERN VALLEY HOTEL & CONFERENCE
CENTER 502-964-3311 H 406

2715 Fern Valley Rd., Louisville 877-964-3311
www.fernvalleyhotel.com mcj
GALLERY HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST
ART GALLERY 502-635-2550 B 3

1386 S. Sixth St., Louisville 877-597-2744
www.thegalleryhouse.com m
GALT HOUSE HOTEL 502-589-5200 H 1290

140 N. Fourth St., Louisville 800-843-4258
www.galthouse.com mc Ad Page 126
HAMPTON INN AIRPORT/FAIR EXPO
CENTER 502-366-8100 H 130
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www.hamptoninn.com
HAMPTON INN DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE 502-585-2200 H $$$ 173
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101 E. Jefferson St., Louisville 800-426-7866
www.hamptoninndowntownlouisville.com m
HAMPTON INN I-265 EAST 502-327-8880 H 95
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4100 Hampton Lake Way, Louisville 800-426-7866
www.hamptoninn.com m
HAWTHORN SUITES LTD./
LOUISVILLE EAST 502-899-5959 H 90
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751 Cypress Station Dr., Louisville 866-899-5959
www.hawthorn.com mj
HILTON GARDEN INN
LOUISVILLE EAST 502-297-8066 H 112
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1530 Alliant Ave., Louisville 800-445-8667
www.hilton.com mc
HILTON GARDEN INN/
LOUISVILLE AIRPORT 502-637-2424 H 210

2735 Crittenden Dr., Louisville
www.hilton.com mc
HOLIDAY INN AIRPORT & FAIR/
EXPO CENTER 502-637-4500 H 106

447 Farmington Ave., Louisville 800-465-4329
www.holidayinn.com mc
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 502-814-0004 H $$$ 81
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3711 Chamberlain Ln., Louisville 800-465-4329
www.hiexpress.com m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES 502-240-0035 H 82
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1620 Alliant Ave., Louisville 800-465-4329
www.holidayinn.com m
HOLIDAY INN HURSTBOURNE 502-426-2600 H $$$ 271
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1325 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy., Louisville 800-465-4329
www.hihurstbourne.com mcj
HOLIDAY INN SOUTHWEST
FAIR EXPO 502-448-2020 H 169
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4110 Dixie Hwy., Louisville 800-465-4329
www.holiday-inn.com mcj
HOWARD JOHNSON EXPRESS INN 502-363-9952 H 44

709 Phillips Ln., Louisville
www.hojo.com m
HYATT PLACE LOUISVILLE/EAST 502-426-0119 H 121
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701 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy., Louisville 800-833-1516
www.hyattplace.com mc
HYATT REGENCY LOUISVILLE 502-581-1234 H 393

320 W. Jefferson St., Louisville 800-233-1234
www.louisville.hyatt.com mc
INN AT THE PARK BED
& BREAKFAST 502-638-0045 B 8

1332 S. Fourth St., Louisville
www.oldlouisvilleinns.com mj
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list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
JAMESON INN AIRPORT SOUTH 502-968-4100 H $$$ 119
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6515 Signature Dr., Louisville 800-822-5252
www.jamesoninns.com mj
JAMESON INN LOUISVILLE EAST 502-267-8100 H 119
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1301 Kentucky Mills Dr., Louisville
www.jamesoninns.com mj
LA QUINTA INN & SUITES LOUISVILLE
EXPO EAST 502-267-8889 H 60
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1501 Alliant Ave., Louisville 800-753-3757
www.6437.lq.com mj
LAURA’S LOG AND STONE INN
BED & BREAKFAST 502-267-0836 B 3

6711 Echo Trl., Louisville
MARRIOTT LOUISVILLE
DOWNTOWN 502-627-5045 H 616

280 W. Jefferson St., Louisville 800-533-0127
www.marriottlouisville.com mc Ad Page 115
MICROTEL INN LOUISVILLE EAST 502-266-6590 H 99

1221 Kentucky Mills Dr., Louisville 800-771-7171
www.microtelinn.com mj
MOTEL 6 502-473-0000 H 110

3200 Kemmons Dr., Louisville 800-466-8356
www.motel6.com mj
QUALITY INN & SUITES 502-638-6100 H 87
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311 E. Gaulbert Ave., Louisville 800-228-5151
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QUALITY INN AND SUITES 502-454-0451 H 95
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3255 Bardstown Rd., Louisville 800-465-4329
choicehotels.com mcj
RAMADA DOWNTOWN NORTH 502-897-5101 H $$ 117
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1041 Zorn Ave., Louisville 888-853-8021
www.ramadalouisville.com mcj
RED ROOF INN 502-426-7621 H 108

9330 Blairwood Rd., Louisville 800-733-7663
www.redroof.com mj
RED ROOF INN SOUTHEAST 502-456-2993 H 110

3322 Red Roof Pl., Louisville
www.redroof.com mj
RED ROOF INN-AIRPORT 502-968-0151 H 109

4704 Preston Hwy., Louisville 800-733-7663
www.redroof.com mj
RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT LOUISVILLE
AIRPORT 502-363-8800 H 120
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700 Phillips Ln., Louisville 800-331-3131
marriott.com mj
RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT
LOUISVILLE EAST 502-425-1821 H 96
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120 N. Hurstbourne Pkwy., Louisville 800-331-3131
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RESIDENCE INN LOUISVILLE
NORTHEAST 502-412-1311 H $$$ 102
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3500 Springhurst Commons Dr., Louisville 877-739-9477
www.marriott.com mj
RIVERPORT SOUTH MOTEL 502-937-2172 H 15

11905 Dixie Hwy., Louisville
www.riverportsouth.com
SEELBACH HILTON 502-585-3200 H 321

500 Fourth St., Louisville 800-333-3399
www.seelbachhilton.com cj
SLEEP INN AIRPORT/EXPO CENTER 502-368-9597 H 68
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3330 Preston Hwy., Louisville 800-424-6423
www.sleepinnlouisville.com mj
SLEEP INN EAST 502-266-6776 H 63

1850 Priority Way, Louisville 800-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com mj
SPRINGHILL SUITES LOUISVILLE/
HURSTBOURNE 502-326-3895 H $$$ 140
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10101 Forest Green Blvd., Louisville 800-627-7468
www.marriott.com m
STAYBRIDGE SUITES 502-244-9511 H 94
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11711 Gateworth Way, Louisville 877-865-6581
www.staybridge.com mj
SUPER 8 AIRPORT EXPO 502-635-0799 H 67

101 Central Ave., Louisville 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 502-968-0088 H 97

4800 Preston Hwy., Louisville
www.super8louisville.com mj
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TRAVELERS MOTEL 502-942-2062 H $ 23

404 S. Dixie Hwy., Muldraugh
www.travelersmotelky.com m
RADCLIFF
CANDLEWOOD SUITES 270-351-3333 H 83

100 Endeavour Way, Radcliff
www.ichotelsgroup.com mj
ECONO LODGE FORT KNOX 270-351-4488 H $$ 48
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261 N. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff 800-553-2666
www.choicehotels.com mj
FORT KNOX INN 270-351-3199 H $ 40

1400 N. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff 800-852-6164
www.fortknoxinn.com mj
GOLD VAULT INN 270-351-1141 H $$ 94
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1225 N. Dixie Hwy., Radcliff 800-266-2104
www.goldvaultinn.net m
HAMPTON INN 270-351-5777 H 72
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150 Johnson Rd., Radcliff 180-426-7866
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 270-352-4329 H $$$ 63
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200 Endeavour Way, Radcliff 888-465-4329
www.hiexpress.com mj
RADCLIFF INN 270-351-8211 H $$ 83
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438 S. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff 800-421-2030
www.radcliffinn.com mc
SUPER 8 MOTEL RADCLIFF 270-352-1888 H $$ 50

395 Redmar Blvd., Radcliff 800-800-8000
www.the.super8.com mj
SHELBYVILLE
BEST WESTERN SHELBYVILLE LODGE 502-633-4400 H $$ 77
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www.bestwestern.com mj
CHANDLER RIDGE 502-220-0141 C $$$$

9771 Vigo Rd., Bagdad
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COUNTRY HEARTH INN 502-633-5771 H $$ 40

100 Howard Dr., Shelbyville 888-443-2784
www.countryhearth.com mj
DAYS INN 502-633-4005 H $$ 62

101 Howard Dr., Shelbyville 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
GREENVIEW MOTEL 502-633-2080 H $ 16

2366 Shelbyville Rd., Shelbyville
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES 502-647-0109 H $$ 81
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110 Clubhouse Dr., Shelbyville
www.hiexpress.com mj
LINSMORE B&B 502-257-2066 B 2

3889 LaGrange Rd., Shelbyville
RAMADA INN 502-633-9933 H $$ 68
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www.the.ramada.com/shelbyville15501 mj
WALNUT GROVE 502-750-0955 C

5970 Mount Eden Road-Hwy. 53, Shelbyville
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YELLOW CARRIAGE HOUSE BED
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4876 Shelbyville Rd., Simpsonville
www.yellowcarriagehouse.com m
SHEPHERDSVILLE
BEST WESTERN PLUS 502-543-7097 H $$ 85

211 S. Lakeview Dr., Shepherdsville 877-543-5080
www.bestwesternsouthky.com mcj
COUNTRY INN & SUITES 502-543-8400 H $$$ 24
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400 Paroquet Springs Dr., Shepherdsville 800-456-4000
www.countryinns.com
DAYS INN 502-543-3011 H $$ 100
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130 S. Lakeview Dr., Shepherdsville 800-329-7666
www.daysinn.com mc
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 502-955-4984 H $$$ 67
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Accommodation Types:
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HOLT’S CAMPGROUND 502-994-4629 32
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WHITE ACRES CAMPGROUND 502-348-9677 100
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ELIZABETHTOWN CROSSROADS
CAMPGROUND 270-737-7600 78
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CAVE CREEK CE 270-879-4304 86
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ROUGH RIVER DAM STATE
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GLENDALE CAMPGROUND 270-369-7755 91
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LEBANON
COUNTRY VIEW RV PARK 270-692-6132
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LEITCHFIELD
M & D’S MARINA 270-259-4859

346 Peter Cave Ramp Rd., Leitchfield
mdmarina.com
MOTEL 6 502-543-4400 H $ 98

144 Joe B. Hall Ave., Shepherdsville 800-466-8356
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SLEEP INN 502-921-1001 H $$ 82
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195 Spring Pointe Dr., Shepherdsville 877-424-6423
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SUPER 8 MOTEL 502-543-8870 H $ 50
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275 Keystone Crossroad Dr., Shepherdsville 800-800-8000
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SPRINGFIELD
1851 HISTORIC MAPLE HILL
MANOR B & B 859-336-3075 B $$$$ 7

2941 Perryville Rd., U.S. 150 E., Springfield 800-886-7546
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PETER CAVE 270-257-8376 20
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ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CAMP &
CONFERENCE CENTER 270-259-3514
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WAX CAMPGROUND CE 270-286-4511 110
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WAX MARINA 270-242-7205



14008 Peonia Rd., Wax
www.wax-marina.com
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AXTEL CE 270-257-2584 158
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LAUREL BRANCH CE 270-257-8839 77
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NORTH FORK CE 270-257-8139 106
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TAYLORSVILLE LAKE STATE PARK 502-477-8713 42
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SHELBYVILLE
GUIST CREEK MARINA AND
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LAKE SHELBY CAMPGROUND 502-633-5069 12
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LINCOLN SUITES LODGE 859-481-4646 H $$ 7

100 Depot St., Ste. 10, Springfield
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SPRINGFIELD INN 859-336-7550 H $$ 57
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EAGLES MOTEL, LLC 502-477-8226 H $ 17

80 Tanglewood Dr., Taylorsville
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EDGEWATER RESORT AT
TAYLORSVILLE LAKE 502-477-9196 C $$$$ 36

1238 Settlers Trace Rd., Taylorsville
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MILLVIEW BED AND BREAKFAST 502-477-8049 B

139 Elk Creek Rd., Taylorsville
millviewbedandbreakfast.com
Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
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Details & Tickets
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(502) 459-2181
Twin Lakes Area
Rough River & Nolin Lakes
Camping, boating, shing,
golng, hiking trails and
much more!
Grayson County
888-624-9951
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104 E Main St.
La Grange | KY 40031
502-222-3822
ARTS ON THE GREEN
~13th Annual~
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June 2-3, 2012
Historic shopping district
www.aaooc.org
20 min. from
Louisville Area
335 West Broadway
Louisville, KY ~ 502-583-1234
www.brownhotel.com
The Brown Hotel, described by Southern
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looks as though it came straight from a 1930s
movie set” is a historic hotel with breathtaking
architecture. Complimentary wireless
throughout. Complimentary airport shuttle.
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M & D’S MARINA 270-259-4859 60 P
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MOUTARDIER MARINA 270-286-4069 275

1990 Moutardier Rd., Leitchfield
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PONDEROSA BOAT DOCK 270-242-7215 180 P
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WAX MARINA 270-242-7205 P
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FALLS OF ROUGH
ROUGH RIVER DAM STATE RESORT PARK 270-257-2311 169 H
450 Lodge Rd., Falls of Rough 800-325-1713
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MCDANIELS
NICK’S BOAT DOCK 270-257-8955 400 P
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CAPTAIN’S QUARTERS MARINA 502-228-5447 206

5702 Captain’s Quarters Rd., Harrods Creek
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BOAT DOCK 502-893-2220
4417 River Rd., Louisville

SHELBYVILLE
GUIST CREEK MARINA AND
CAMPGROUND 502-647-5359 50 P

11990 Boat Dock Rd., Shelbyville
www.guistcreek.com aea
TAYLORSVILLE
TAYLORSVILLE LAKE MARINA 502-477-8766 333
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www.taylorsvillelakemarina.com ec
SHEPHERDSVILLE
GRANDMA’S RV CAMPING 502-543-7023 65
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SALT RIVER RECREATION AREA 502-922-4065
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Taylorsville
Lake
So much to see..
so close to home!
3,000+ Acres
OF FUN!
Boat rentals • Fishing • Full-service marina
Skiing & Leisure
Plus...
Hiking trails Motel
Lake Resort Spa
Golf condos B&B
18-hole golf course
Less than 30 mins from Louisville!
Taylorsville | Spencer County, Ky
Taylorsville, Spencer County, Ky Trousism Commission
www.TaylorsvilleTourism.com
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SpringFest 3rd Saturday in May
Backyard Barbecue Cookoff 3rd Saturday in July
Crossing Festival 3rd Saturday in October
Christmas in the Country 1st 3 weeks in Dec.
Antiques
Crafts • Gifts

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Restaurants
Historic Glendale, Ky.
www.historicglendale.com
270-369-6188 • 270-369-9677
Exit 86 off I-65,
west 2 miles
There’s only ONE...
Louisville Slugger
Museum & Factory
THE LINCOLN MUSEUM
A Kentucky Lincoln Heritage Trail Site
An experience for all ages in the downtown Hodgenville Historic District
Just three miles from Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park
Open Daily, Group Rates and AAA rates available
270-358-3163 • www.lincolnmuseum-ky.org • email:abe@lincolnmuseum-ky.org
A Kentucky Lincoln Heritage Trail Site
270-422-3626
www.visitmeadecounty.org
Homefor old fashioned fun
• Meade County Fair
• Hwy 60 Yard Sale
• River Heritage
Music Festival
• Otter Creek Outdoor
Recreational Area

along the banks of the Ohio River along the banks of the Ohio River
270-422-3626
www.visitmeadecounty.org
Meade County... Meade County...
Homefor old fashioned fun
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BARDSTOWN
BARDSTOWN COUNTRY CLUB AT MAYWOOD 18 72 A
130 Maywood Ave., Bardstown 502-348-6600
www.bardstowncountryclub.com 800-791-8633
BARDSTOWN COUNTRY CLUB AT
WOODLAWN SPRINGS 18 72
103 Woodhill Rd., Bardstown 502-348-2200
www.bardstowncountryclub.com 866-844-5211
CEDAR-FIL GOLF COURSE 18 72 P
2330 New Shepherdsville Rd., Bardstown 502-348-8981

MY OLD KY HOME STATE PARK
GOLF COURSE 18 70 C,P $$
668 Loretto Rd., Bardstown 502-349-6542
parks.ky.gov
BEDFORD
CARDINAL HILLS GOLF COURSE 18 70 $
335 Starks Ln., Bedford 502-255-7770

BROOKS
CROSSINGS 18 71 P $
205 N. Letts Rd., Brooks 502-957-6523
www.playthecrossings.com
ELIZABETHTOWN
AMERICAN LEGION PARK 9 3 P $
801 N. Miles St., Elizabethtown 270-765-4030

PINE VALLEY GOLF COURSE
AND RESORT 18 72 D,P

850 Pine Valley Dr., Elizabethtown 270-737-8300
www.pinevalleygolfandresort.com 800-844-1904
FALLS OF ROUGH
THE FALLS RESORT AND GOLF CLUB 18 72 A $$

57 Jennie Green Rd., Falls Of Rough 270-879-3462
www.greenfarmresort.com 800-504-0906
ROUGH RIVER DAM STATE RESORT PARK 9 3
450 Lodge Rd., Falls Of Rough 270-257-2311
parks.ky.gov 800-325-1713
FORT KNOX
LINDSEY GOLF COURSE 18 72 A
4024 Bullion Blvd., Fort Knox 502-624-4218
www.knoxmwr.com
HODGENVILLE
LARUE COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB 18 71 D
1175 Greensburg Rd., Hodgenville 270-358-9727
www.golflink.com/
LAGRANGE
EAGLE CREEK GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P $
2820 S. Hwy. 53, LaGrange 502-222-7927
www.eaglecreekgolfky.com
OLDHAM COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB 18 71 C,P
1870 Country Club Ln., LaGrange 502-222-9133
www.oldhamcountycc.com
LEBANON
LEBANON COUNTRY CLUB
655 Country Club Dr., Lebanon 270-692-3541

ROSEWOOD GOLF COURSE & CABINS 18 72 A

520 Fairway Dr., Lebanon 270-692-0506
www.rosewoodgolfcourse.com
LEITCHFIELD
LEGACY GOLF CLUB 18 72 A $
400 Golf Course Rd., Leitchfield 270-242-3348

LOUISVILLE
BOBBY NICHOLS GOLF COURSE 9 36 C,P
4301 E. Pages Ln., Louisville 502-937-9051
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
CHARLIE VETTINER GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P
10207 Mary Dell Ln., Louisville 502-267-9958
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
CHEROKEE GOLF COURSE 9 36 C,P
2501 Alexander Rd., Louisville 502-458-9450
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
CRESCENT HILL GOLF COURSE 9 36 P $
3110 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville 502-896-9193
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
IROQUOIS GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P
1501 Rundill Rd., Louisville 502-363-9520
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
LONG RUN GOLF COURSE 18 72
1605 Flat Rock Rd., Louisville 502-245-9015
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
QUAIL CHASE GOLF CLUB 27 72 A
7000 Cooper Chapel Rd., Louisville 502-239-2110
www.quailchase.com 877-239-2110
SENECA GOLF COURSE 18 72 A
2300 Pee Wee Reese Rd., Louisville 502-458-9298
www.senecagc.com 800-264-6029
SHAWNEE GOLF COURSE 18 70 C,P
460 Northwestern Pkwy., Louisville 502-776-9389
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
SUN VALLEY GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P
6505 Bethany Ln., Louisville 502-937-9228
www.metro-parks.org/golf.asp
NEW CASTLE
HENRY COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB 18 72
2200 Campbellsburg Rd., New Castle 502-845-2375
www.hcccky.com
PROSPECT
HUNTING CREEK COUNTRY CLUB 18 72 A
6807 Foxcroft Rd., Prospect 502-228-1106
www.huntingcreekcc.com
SLEEPY HOLLOW GOLF COURSE 9 36
4231 S. Hwy. 1694, Prospect 502-241-4475

SHELBYVILLE
CLEAR CREEK EXECUTIVE GOLF COURSE 9 30 A $
717 Burks Branch Rd., Shelbyville 502-633-0375
www.shelbycountyparks.com
WEISSINGER HILLS GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $
2240 Mount Eden Rd., Shelbyville 502-633-7332
800-834-9442
SHEPHERDSVILLE
HERITAGE HILL GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P
1040 Valley View Dr., Shepherdsville 502-531-0606
www.hhgolfclub.com
PENN RUN GOLF COURSE 18 71
12900 Christman Ln., Hillview 502-957-5940

MAPLEHURST GOLF COURSE 18 70
700 Bells Mill Rd., Shepherdsville 502-957-3370

SPRINGFIELD
LINCOLN HOMESTEAD STATE PARK 18 71
5079 Lincoln Park Rd., Springfield 859-336-7461
parks.ky.gov
TAYLORSVILLE
TANGLEWOOD GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $

245 Tanglewood Ct., Taylorsville 502-477-2468
www.golftanglewood.com
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BEREA TOURIST &
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The Broadway Center, Berea
859-986-2540 | 800-598-5263
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Downtown Berea
This corridor includes galleries and
unique shops for books and art.
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COLLEGE SQUARE DISTRICT
Downtown Berea
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stop and see” has been a part of Berea’s
Art and Craft offering for over 100 years.
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GLASS STUDIO
217 Adams, Berea
859-985-0150
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975 Walnut Meadow Rd., Berea
859-985-5448
www.kentuckyartisancenter.ky.gov
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TOLLE GALLERY
633 Chestnut St., Berea
859-986-1069 | 800-479-1615
www.mitchelltolle.com
View Mitchell Tolle’s paintings of everyday
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CARLISLE

CARLISLE-NICHOLAS CO.
TOURISM INC.
120 W. Main St., Carlisle
859-289-5174 | 877-289-4212
www.carlisle-nicholas
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10299 Maysville Rd., Carlisle
859-289-5507 | 800-443-7008
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museum, gift shop, miniature golf, and
lots more outdoor recreation.
gJAILER’S HOME & DUNGEON
121 W. Main St., Carlisle
859-289-5174
www.carlisle-nicholascounty.org
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THE KENTUCKY DOLL AND
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106 W. Main St., Carlisle
859-289-3344
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234 N. Locust St., Carlisle
859-289-4720
www.carlislenicholascounty.org
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NICHOLAS COUNTY DEPOT
& MUSEUM
101 E. Market St., Carlisle
859-289-4200 | 877-289-4212
www.carlisle-nicholascounty.org
Classic L&N Depot, built 1912. Restored
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CYNTHIANA

CYNTHIANA/HARRISON
COUNTY CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
201 S. Main St., Cynthiana
859-234-5236
www.cynthianaky.com
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CYNTHIANA/HARRISON
COUNTY MUSEUM
124 S. Walnut St., Cynthiana
859-234-7179
www.cynthianaky.com
Museum offering displays of educational,
military, agriculture, industry and many
other subjects relating to Cynthiana and
Harrison County. bam
pSETTER RIDGE OUTFITTERS, LLC
518 McDowell Rd., Cynthiana
859-234-1751
www.setterridgekycanoeing.com
The best way to see nature is to canoe
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DANVILLE

DANVILLE-BOYLE COUNTY
CONVENTION & VISITORS
BUREAU
105 East Walnut St., Danville
859-236-7794 | 800-755-0076
www.danvillekentucky.com
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BEER ENGINE
107 Larrimore Ln., Danville
859-209-4211
www.kybeerengine.com
Danville’s first microbrewery has quickly
become a staple for socialites and those
who enjoy exquisite craft beers.
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CHATEAU DU VIEUX CORBEAU
WINERY
471 Stanford Ave., Danville
859-236-1808
www.oldcrowinn.com
Produces more than 5,000 gallons of fine
wine a year. Reds, whites, blushes and
berry wines made from local grapes and
berries. Visit the tasting room. bm
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COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER
401 W. Main St., Danville
859-236-4054
www.communityartscenter.net
A focal point for the arts in the
community.
gCONSTITUTION SQUARE STATE
HISTORIC SITE
134 S. Second St., Danville
859-239-7089
parks.ky.gov
Site of the signing of Kentucky’s
Constitution in 1792. Tour log cabin
houses, courthouse, jail, and oldest post
office building west of the Alleghenies.
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THE GREAT AMERICAN
DOLLHOUSE MUSEUM
344 Swope Dr., Danville
859-236-1883
www.thedollhousemuseum.com
Visitors will be intrigued by the social
interaction and historical detail in its
hundreds of buildings, and by the vivid
characters that fill its streets, back yards,
and parks. bam
gISAAC SHELBY CEMETERY
HISTORIC SITE
6725 KY Hwy. 300, Junction City
859-239-7089
parks.ky.gov
LIGHTNING VALLEY MOTOR
SPORTS PARK
6800 KY Hwy. 127 S., Junction City
859-854-6535
www.lightningvalley.bizland.com
Go-kart racing. Many of the races are
point-driven and prizes are awarded.
Some regional and national competi-
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gMCDOWELL HOUSE AND
APOTHECARY SHOP
125 S. Second St., Danville
859-236-2804
www.mcdowellhouse.com
The museum is the doctor’s home and
apothecary, furnished as it would have
been in the early 1790s to 1830s.
pPIONEER PLAYHOUSE
OUTDOOR DINNER THEATRE
840 Stafford Rd., Danville
859-854-6808 | 866-597-5297
www.pioneerplayhouse.com
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PONDEROSA SPEEDWAY
365 Phillips Ln., Junction City
859-854-6808
www.ponderosaspeedway.net
Dirt-track racing at a speedway that is
more than 50 years old. Featuring super
late models, pro late models and more.
“Kentucky’s baddest bull ring.” bm
FRANKFORT

FRANKFORT/FRANKLIN
COUNTY TOURIST
COMMISSION
100 Capitol Ave., Frankfort
502-875-8687 | 800-960-7200
www.visitfrankfort.com
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BUFFALO TRACE DISTILLERY
113 Great Buffalo Trace, Frankfort
502-696-5926 | 800-654-8471
www.buffalotrace.com
Offers complimentary tours at the most
award-winning distillery in the world.
Winner: 2010 Whiskey Visitor Attraction
of the Year. bam Ad Page 25
hCANOE KENTUCKY
7323 Peaks Mill Rd., Frankfort
502-227-4492 | 888-226-6359
www.canoeky.com
With 27 years of experience, Canoe
Kentucky can help with general canoe,
kayak or raft rentals, instruction, or
purchasing a boat or gear. am
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CAPITAL CITY MUSEUM
325 Ann St., Frankfort
502-696-0607
www.frankfortparksandrec.com
The museum has a large collection of
Kentucky political memorabilia. bam
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CAPITAL GALLERY OF
CONTEMPORARY ART
314 Lewis St., Frankfort
502-223-2649
www.ellenglasgow.com/bio.html
Exhibiting paintings, fine prints, crafts,
and small press books. Representing
artists from KY and across the country.
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CORNERSTONE ART AND
EVENTS GALLERY
100 East Broadway, Frankfort
502-352-2400
www.cornerstoneartgallery.org
The Cornerstone focuses on the richness
and diversity of all art forms and making
them accessible to the entire community.
gDANIEL BOONE’S GRAVE,
FRANKFORT CEMETERY
215 E. Main St., Frankfort
502-227-2403
Daniel Boone’s remains were brought to
Frankfort in 1845 along with those of his
wife, Rebecca, who died 1813. m
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DESPAIN STUDIO AND
GALLERY, LLC
329 West Broadway, Frankfort
502-352-2717
Visitors will find representational and
abstract paintings, photography and
mixed media works.
gFLORAL CLOCK
700 Capital Ave., Frankfort
502-564-3449
Kentucky’s floral clock measures off the
minutes a foot and a half at a time with
giant hands weighing about a quarter of
a ton apiece. m
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Visit Frankfort where you can see, smell and taste more
than 200 years of Kentucky history – all in one day.
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gTHE GOVERNOR’S MANSION
704 Capital Ave., Frankfort
502-564-3449
www.governorsmansion.ky.gov
The official residence is a proud symbol
of Kentucky’s history and has served
as home to the state’s governors since
1914. b
gGREENHILL CEMETERY
Corner of East Main & U.S. 60,
Frankfort, 502-564-7005
The only monument in the state honoring
Kentucky’s African-American Civil War
soldiers. One of four monuments in the
country dedicated to the soldiers.
gKENTUCKY DEPARTMENT FOR
LIBRARIES & ARCHIVES
300 Coffee Tree Rd., Frankfort
502-564-8300
www.kdla.ky.gov
Maintains genealogical, historical and
legal references.
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KENTUCKY MILITARY HISTORY
MUSEUM
128 E. Main St. at Capital Ave.,
Frankfort, 502-564-1792
www.history.ky.gov
Revisit the commonwealth’s military
history in this fortress-like building that
overlooks downtown Frankfort, built in
1850. bam
hKENTUCKY RIVER BOAT TOURS
River View Park Landing,
Frankfort, 502-696-0607
Relaxing and informative trip on the
scenic historical Kentucky River. Tours
run April-Oct weather permitting. Call for
reservations.
gKENTUCKY STATE CAPITOL
700 Capital Ave., Frankfort
502-564-3449
www.historicproperties.ky.gov
One of the most beautiful capitols in the
country. Completed in 1910 in the Beaux
Arts design. Also contains the First Lady
Doll Collection. bam
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KENTUCKY STATE POLICE
MUSEUM
633 Chamberlin Ave., Frankfort
502-875-1625
www.ksppa.com
Learn about Kentucky’s State Police and
the dedication they have to the law and
the state. bm
gKENTUCKY VIETNAM
VETERAN’S MEMORIAL
300 Coffee Tree Rd., Frankfort
859-684-5183
www.helmr.com/ky.htm
One of the most unusual monuments in
the U.S. The point of the giant sundial’s
shadow touches the veteran’s name on
the anniversary of his death. bm
gLESLIE MORRIS PARK ON
FORT HILL
400 Clifton Ave., Frankfort
502-696-0607
www.frankfortparksandrec.com
Park features 2 Civil War forts, interpreta-
tion center, old stage coach stop, hiking
trails, and a beautiful overlook of the city.
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gLIBERTY HALL HISTORIC SITE
202 Wilkinson St., Frankfort
502-227-2560 | 888-516-5101
www.libertyhall.org
The mission is to educate the public by
interpreting the life and times of Senator
John Brown and his descendants.
gOLD GOVERNOR’S MANSION
420 High St., Frankfort
502-564-3449
www.historicproperties.ky.gov
Two years older than the White House,
the Mansion has a rich and diverse history.
gOLD STATE CAPITOL
300 W. Broadway St., Frankfort
502-564-1792
www.history.ky.gov
Delve into the politics and everyday life of
the 19th century by touring this National
Historic Landmark that served as Ken-
tucky’s capitol from 1830-1910. bam
gREBECCA RUTH CANDY &
TOURS
112 E. Second St., Frankfort
502-223-7475 | 800-444-3766
rebeccaruth.stores.yahoo.net
Visit the place where “bourbon balls”
were born and watch them being made
from Ruth Booe’s recipe that took two
years to perfect. bam
pSALATO WILDLIFE EDUCATION
CENTER
#1 Sportsman’s Ln., Frankfort
502-564-7863 | 800-858-1549
www.fw.ky.gov
From the mountains to prairies, from
marshes to streams, experience the di-
verse ecosystems and the wealth of fish,
plants and animals. bm
gSWITZER COVERED BRIDGE
Hwy. 1262, Frankfort
Built in 1855, totally restored after flood-
waters destroyed bridge. A park by the
bridge offers a place to picnic and enjoy
Elkhorn Creek.
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THOMAS D. CLARK CENTER
FOR KENTUCKY HISTORY
100 W. Broadway St., Frankfort
502-564-1792
www.history.ky.gov
The state’s home for history, and explore
your roots in the commonwealth’s premier
genealogical research library. bam
gVEST - LINDSEY HOUSE
401 Wapping St., Frankfort
502-564-0900
Located in Frankfort’s historic Corner of
Celebrities neighborhood, this home is
one of Frankfort’s oldest homes, dating
from 1800 to 1820.
GEORGETOWN

GEORGETOWN/SCOTT
COUNTY TOURISM
399 Outlet Center Dr.,
Georgetown
502-863-2547 | 888-863-8600
www.georgetownky.com
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3-D ARCHERY RANGE AT
LONGVIEW GOLF COURSE
3243 Frankfort Rd., Georgetown
859-421-8457
www.longviewgolfresort.com
Two 15-station loops. Targets consist of
30 life-sized animals. For novice or ac-
complished archers.
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ANNE WRIGHT WILSON FINE
ARTS - GEORGETOWN COLLEGE
400 E. College St., Georgetown
502-863-8399
www.georgetowncollege.edu
Located in the Anne Wright Wilson Fine
Arts Building. Enjoy an active exhibition
schedule of national and international
art. bam
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ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER/
WELCOME CENTER
117 North Water St., Georgetown
502-570-8366
www.artsandculturalcenter.org
Hosts regular art exhibits, and offers fine
art and unique handcrafted gift items
for sale by local and regional artists and
craftsmen.
gBUFFALO GALS HOMEMAKERS
BARN QUILT TRAIL
269 Stonetown Rd.,
Stamping Ground
502-535-7087
www.georgetownky.com
The trail passes 110 barn quilts, historic
farms and fields of horses and cattle.
gCARDOME CENTRE
800 Cincinnati Pike, Ste. 3,
Georgetown, 502-863-1575
www.cardomecenter.com
A former monastery and one of Scott
County’s most historic properties. The
main building is home to the Museum of
the Written Word. bam
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COCHENOUR GALLERY
400 E. College St., Georgetown
502-863-8399
www.georgetowncollege.edu
View a variety of works of art and rotat-
ing exhibits. bm
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GEORGETOWN & SCOTT CO.
MUSEUM
229 E. Main, Georgetown
502-863-6201
www.scottcountymuseum.org
Providing exhibits and programs celebrat-
ing community history. bam
gGEORGETOWN CEMETERY
710 S. Broadway, Georgetown
502-863-1173
www.georgetownky.gov
A historical cemetery that is the final rest-
ing place for many historical figures from
governors to educators to veterans to a
bit of royalty. bm
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ICEHOUSE GALLERY
114 South Water St., Georgetown
859-312-1676
Come visit this old 1890’s warehouse. All
artists and all mediums are welcome.
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RETIRED THOROUGHBREDS
1841 Paynes Depot Rd.,
Georgetown, 502-863-1775
www.oldfriendsequine.org
A retirement and rescue facility for pen-
sioned thoroughbreds. Hosts three tours
daily at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. am
hSUFFOLETTA FAMILY AQUATIC
CENTER
200 Airport Rd., Georgetown
502-863-7865
www.thepavilionky.com
An innovative outdoor recreation center
with a 7,860 sq. ft. leisure pool containing
a large play structure, a 600 linear ft. lazy
river, and a 200 ft. slide. bm
g TOYOTA FACTORY TOUR AND
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
CENTER
1001 Cherry Blossom Way,
Georgetown
502-868-3027 | 800-866-4485
toyotageorgetown.com
A free motorized tram provides tours of
the huge facility where more than 500,000
Camry, Camry Hybrid, Venza, and Avalon
are built each year. Reservations required.
(Wheelchair guests may need assistance
into tram.) bam Ad Page 27
gWARD HALL
1782 Frankfort Rd., Georgetown
859-879-0303
www.wardhall.net
An educational center for Kentucky agricul-
ture, culture, history and manufacturing.
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STABLES
265 Wright Ln., Georgetown
502-570-9663
www.whisperingwoodstrails.com
A new kind of adventure on horseback.
250 acres of beautiful woods, creeks and
ponds. bm
HARRODSBURG

HARRODSBURG/MERCER
COUNTY TOURIST
COMMISSION
488 Price Ave., Harrodsburg
859-734-2364 | 800-355-9192
www.harrodsburgky.com
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THE BARN
345 Buster Pk., Harrodsburg
859-748-9689
www.theburginbarn.com
“Burgin’s Little Secret,” features The
Kentucky Strangers and special guest
performers that provide some of the best
live country music around. bm
gBEAUMONT INN
638 Beaumont Inn Dr.,
Harrodsburg
859-734-3381 | 800-352-3992
www.beaumontinn.com
The spacious, park-like grounds of the
Beaumont Inn include four buildings in
which the 31 guestrooms are located. Each
building is an integral part of the history
of the Inn, and each expresses a distinct
period of the heritage of the family.
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1605 Jackson Pk., Harrodsburg
859-734-3118
www.bigredstablesky.com
Guided real horseback trail rides at three
different venues: on-site at the farm, Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill and Eagles Nest. am
gDEDMAN DRUGSTORE
Kentucky Fudge Company,
Harrodsburg, 859-733-0088
www.kentuckyfudgecompany.com
Walk though is doors and enjoy a place
where friends and family can gather for a
meal, an old-fashioned ice cream treat or
their favorite fudge.
hDIXIE BELLE RIVERBOAT AT
SHAKER VILLAGE
3501 Lexington Rd., Harrodsburg
859-734-5411 | 800-734-5611
www.shakervillageky.org
Cruise the scenic Kentucky River
Palisades aboard the Dixie Belle, Shaker
Village’s 115-passenger riverboat. bam
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EDDIE MONTGOMERY’S
STEAKHOUSE
180 Lucky Man Way,
Harrodsburg
859-734-3400
www.eddiemontgomerysteak-
house.com
A place and space in “My Town” designed
and built to put a smile on your face, a
great meal in your belly and a tune or two
in your heart. bm
gHARRODSBURG HISTORICAL
SOCIETY/MORGAN ROW
220-222 S. Chiles St.,
Harrodsburg, 859-734-5985
Oldest row house in Kentucky, headquar-
ters of Harrodsburg Historical Society.
Contains genealogical and history library
and pioneer displays. ba
pHERRINGTON LAKE
HARRODSBURG
859-734-2364 | 800-355-9192
www.HarrodsburgKY.org
3600-acre public lake. Deepest in
Kentucky. Great for recreational boating
& fishing.
hKENTUCKY RIVER
Harrodsburg, 859-734-2364
www.harrodsburgky.com
Enjoy endless water activities, camping
and gorgeous scenery.
pOLD FORT HARROD
STATE PARK
100 S. College St., Harrodsburg
859-734-3314
parks.ky.gov
A full-scale replica of the fort, built by
James Harrod in 1774, is the centerpiece
of this park. m.
gOLD MUD MEETING HOUSE
Dry Branch Rd., Harrodsburg
859-734-5985
www.harrodsburghistorical.org
Built in 1800. Its name reflects its
construction: framing of sturdy oaken
timbers and walls filled with mud mixed
with straw and sticks.
hPALISADES ADVENTURES
480 Palisades Rd., Harrodsburg
859-612-8826
Open Spring – Fall. Breathtaking scenery
on the Kentucky River and marvel at the
majestic palisades as you explore Locks
6 & 7. RENT: Kayak or Canoe. TOURS:
2-hour pontoon tour. a
g SHAKER VILLAGE OF
PLEASANT HILL
3501 Lexington Rd., Harrodsburg
859-734-5411 | 800-734-5611
www.shakervillageky.org
America’s largest restored Shaker
community, with 34 restored buildings
and 3,000 acres. Historical tours, lodging,
dining, shopping and recreation.
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TWIN HILLS DRIVE-IN
1785 Louisville Rd., Harrodsburg
859-734-3474 | 800-734-ROLL
All ages will enjoy movies “under the
stars” at this refurbished theatre, one of
the few remaining in Kentucky.
LANCASTER

GARRARD COUNTY TOUR-
ISM COMMITTEE
15 Public Sq., Lancaster
859-792-3531
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GARRARD COUNTY JAIL
MUSEUM
103 Stanford St., Lancaster
859-792-3531
www.garrardcounty.ky.gov
An old two-story jailhouse displaying
historial artifacts of its Garrard County’s
past. m
j MEADOW LAKE EQUESTRIAN
CENTER
9863 Lexington Rd., Lancaster
859-548-2219
www.meadowlakeec.com
Hosts a variety of equestrian events;
riding clinics with trainers in different
disciplines, USEF-approved horse shows
and family events for children. bam
gPLEASANT RETREAT -
GOVERNOR WILLIAM OWSLEY
HOUSE
656 Stanford Rd., Lancaster
859-792-2500
www.owsleyhouse.org
He and his wife, Elizabeth, raised six
children, and the house grew with the
family and with its patriarch’s political
ambitions. a
LAWRENCEBURG

ANDERSON COUNTY
TOURISM COMMISSION
P.O. Box 54, Lawrenceburg
502-517-6362
www.visitlawrenceburg-
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FOUR ROSES DISTILLERY LLC
1224 Bonds Mill Rd.,
502-839-3436
Lawrenceburg
www.fourroses.us
Visit and tour the distillery built in 1910
and listed on the National Register of
Historic Places. Open year ‘round. bam
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LOVERS LEAP VINEYARDS
AND WINERY
1180 Lanes Mill Rd., Lawrenceburg
502-839-1299
loversleapwine.com
30 acres of estate grapevines and
one of Kentucky’s largest winemaking
facilities. a
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WILD TURKEY - AUSTIN
NICHOLS DISTILLERY
1525 Tyrone Rd., Lawrenceburg
502-839-4544
www.wildturkeybourbon.com
A working distillery where visitors walk
through the production of the finest
Kentucky Straight Bourbon. am
LEXINGTON

LEXINGTON CONVENTION
AND VISITORS BUREAU
301 E. Vine St., Lexington
859-233-7299 | 800-845-3959
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LEXINGTON’S BLUEGRASS
REGION TOURISM
C/O 301 E. Vine St., Lexington
800-225-8747
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
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gAFRICAN CEMETERY NO. 2
419 E. Seventh St., Lexington
www.uky.edu/projects/africancem
Eight acres containing 5,000 graves. Only
1,200 are identified, with some dating
back prior to 1820. Charted as a burial
ground in 1869.
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ALLTECH LEXINGTON
BREWING COMPANY
401 Cross St., Lexington
859-255-2337
www.kentuckyale.com
The brew hall viewing area, bottling
operation, gift shop and an authentic Irish
pub are available for tours. bm
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AMERICAN SADDLEBRED
MUSEUM- SHOWPLACE FOR
SADDLEBREDS
Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington
859-259-2746 | 800-829-4438
americansaddlebredmuseum.org
Presenting the traditions and heritage of
the American Saddlebred Horse. bm
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ANN TOWER GALLERY
141 E. Main St., Lexington
859-425-1188
www.anntowergallery.com
Specializes in the exhibition and sale of
contemporary fine art and folk art of the
highest quality by regional, national and
international artists. b
pTHE ARBORETUM, STATE
BOTANICAL GARDEN OF KY
500 Alumni Dr., Lexington
859-257-6955
www.ca.uky.edu/arboretum
100 acres of year-round color and plants.
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ASHLAND, THE HENRY CLAY
ESTATE
120 Sycamore Rd., Lexington
859-266-8581
www.henryclay.org
This National Historic Landmark houses
the Henry Clay Memorial Foundation and
historic house museum, boasting a rare
collection of original Clay family items.
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AVIATION MUSEUM OF
KENTUCKY
4029 Airport Rd., Lexington
859-231-1219
www.aviationky.org
The facility has 30,000 square feet of
display area, a fully equipped shop for
aviation restoration projects, a library/
archive and a gift shop. bam
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BLACK BARN WINERY
4200 Newtown Pk., Lexington
859-552-2525
www.blackbarnwinery.com
Award-winning wines are crafted in the
heart of the Bluegrass region. Visit us
and taste the best Bordeaux-style wine
produced in Kentucky. am
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CHARTERS
817 Enterprise Dr., Lexington
859-252-5744 | 800-755-6956
www.bluegrasstours.com
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gBODLEY-BULLOCK HOUSE
200 Market St., Lexington
859-259-1266
One of the most prominent and stately
mansions in the Bluegrass. ba
gBOONE STATION HISTORIC
SITE
240 Gentry Rd., Lexington
859-527-3131
parks.ky.gov
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CROSS GATE GALLERY
509 E. Main St., Lexington
859-233-3856
www.crossgategallery.com
Located in downtown Lexington. Offering
fine sporting art and custom framing
since 1974. Also specializing in British
contemporary art. bm
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2444 Calendula Rd., Lexington
859-361-4390
Offering historical and horse farm tours. a
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EXPLORIUM OF LEXINGTON
440 W. Short St., Lexington
859-258-3253
www.explorium.com
Offering fun, hands-on adventures in nine
discovery zones designed to inspire imagi-
nation and curiosity in kids of all ages. b
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HEADLEY-WHITNEY MUSEUM
4435 Old Frankfort Pk.,
Lexington, 859-255-6653
www.headley-whitney.org
Offering a permanent decorative and
fine art collection of George Headley’s
Bibelot collection, gardens and changing
exhibitions.
j HORSE FARM TOURS, INC.
3429 Montavesta Rd., Lexington
859-268-2906 | 800-976-1034
www.horsefarmtours.com
Three-hour tour includes Historic Down-
town Lexington, a drive by Calumet Farm,
walking tour of Keeneland Race Course
and a visit to two horse farms. a
gHUNT-MORGAN HOUSE AND
CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
201 N. Mill St., Lexington
859-253-0362
www.bluegrasstrust.org
Stands as a reminder of early 19th-
century life. Built in 1814, the Federal-style
house has many beautiful architectural
features. am
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JEAN FARRIS WINERY AND
BISTRO
6825 Old Richmond Rd.,
Lexington
859-263-9463 | 800-214-5844
www.jeanfarris.com
Embraces its family’s history in agri-
culture, and its passion for fine cuisine.
Menus change to mirror the season. b
KEENELAND RACE TRACK
4201 Versailles Rd., Lexington
859-254-3412 | 800-456-3412
www.keeneland.com
Enjoy Thoroughbred racing at Keeneland
for three weeks each Apr. and Oct. Visi-
tors welcome year ‘round to this National
Historic Landmark.
j KENTUCKY HORSE PARK
4089 Iron Works Pkwy.,
Lexington
859-233-4303 | 800-678-8813
www.kyhorsepark.com
The park features horse presentations,
museums, trail riding, unique horse farm
tours and special events throughout the
year. Ad Page 145
gLATROBE’S POPE VILLA
326 Grosvenor Ave., Lexington
859-253-0362
www.popevilla.org
Best surviving domestic design; a perfect
square with a domed, circular rotunda in
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waged in the Commonwealth. In fact, the well-preserved landscape has changed litle since the October 1862
event. Visit Perryville and experience the impact of history for yourself. For more info and links to other
history itineraries in our area, go to www.danvillekentucky.com
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LEXINGTON ANTIQUE
GALLERY
400 Old Vine St., Lexington
859-231-8197
Offers a wonderful collection of coin, ster-
ling silver, julep cups, English and Chinese
porcelain, fine art and sewing items. b
gTHE LEXINGTON CEMETERY
833 W. Main St., Lexington
859-255-5522
www.lexcem.org
A private nonprofit organization estab-
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place of beauty to enjoy. bm
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LEXINGTON HISTORY MUSEUM
215 W. Main St., Lexington
859-254-0530
www.lexingtonhistorymuseum.org
Located in the Old Courthouse in down-
ton Lexington. Changing exhibits with
emphasis on Bluegrass history, equine
and early African-American life. bam
LEXINGTON LEGENDS
Whitaker Bank Ballpark,
Lexington
859-422-7867
www.lexingtonlegends.com
Class A affiliate of the Houston Astros. bam
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DRAWN CARRIAGE TOURS
171 Saunier Ave., Lexington
859-259-0000
www.lexingtonlivery.com
Horse-drawn tours. Evening tours; ac-
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LOUDOUN HOUSE GALLERY
209 Castlewood Dr., Lexington
859-254-7024 | 800-914-7990
www.lexingtonartleague.org
One of the largest and finest examples of
Gothic Revival architecture in Kentucky. It
is home to the Lexington Art League and
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gMARY TODD LINCOLN HOUSE
578 W. Main St., Lexington
859-233-9999
www.mtlhouse.org
Mrs. Lincoln spent her formative years in this
house and later brought her husband, Abra-
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METROLEX GALLERY
301 East Main St., Lexington
859-254-7024 | 800-914-7990
www.lexingtonartleague.org
The gallery is dedicated to showcasing
the talent of nascent artists or new works
of established artists. b
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MORLAN GALLERY
300 N. Broadway, Lexington
859-233-8142
www.transy.edu/morlan
Contemporary art by local, regional and
national artists. ba
gOLD MORRISON BUILDING
300 N. Broadway, Lexington
859-233-8120
www.transy.edu
A registered National Historic Landmark,
c. 1833 under the supervision of Henry
Clay, who taught law at Transylvania and
was a member of the board. bam
j RED MILE HARNESS TRACK
1200 Red Mile Rd., Lexington
859-255-0752
www.theredmile.com
For more than 130 years, harness racing’s
elite have converged on The Red Mile to
stage some of the greatest equine battles
in history. bm
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TALON WINERY
7086 Tates Creek Rd., Lexington
859-971-3214
www.talonwine.com
Historic Fair View Farm is Lexington’s
winery. Stroll through lush vineyards,
tasting room and gift shop located in the
18th-century farmhouse. bm
j THE THOROUGHBRED CENTER
3380 Paris Pk., Lexington
859-293-1853
www.thethoroughbredcenter.com
Come behind the scenes for a rare
glimpse of “A Day in the Life of a
Thoroughbred in Training.” bam
j THOROUGHBRED HERITAGE
HORSE FARM TOURS
1900 Clays Mill Rd., Lexington
859-260-8687 | 800-808-9533
www.seethechampions.com
A three-hour tour that includes a walking
tour of Keeneland, a visit to see champion
thoroughbreds and a drive through a
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j THOROUGHBRED PARK
East Main St. at Midland Ave.,
Lexington
859-233-7299 | 800-845-3959
www.visitlex.com
Follow the limestone track around the
park and view 42 plaques honoring
historic figures, and 13 life-sized horse
sculptures. b
j UNBRIDLED HORSE TOURS
398 Stratford Dr., Lexington
859-333-8940
www.unbridledhorsetours.com
Whatever the reason, season or numbers,
Unbridled Horse Tours would love to
create your memorable and personalized
tour. a
gWAVELAND STATE HISTORIC
SITE
225 Waveland Museum Ln.,
Lexington, 859-272-3611
parks.ky.gov
Guided tours focus on the everyday lives
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WOODSONGS OLD-TIME
RADIO HOUR
214 E. Main St., Lexington
859-252-8888
www.woodsongs.com
TV and radio show hosted by Michael
Johnathon and recorded before a live
audience each week at the Kentucky
Theatre.
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CELTIC TRENDS
140 E.main St., Midway
859-846-4966
Experience a little bit of the Irish and
British Isles in downtown Midway.
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DAMSELFLY STUDIO & ART
GALLERY
126 E. Main St., Midway
859-494-8759
Featuring more than 200 Kentucky artists
and the unique culture of Kentucky.
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EQUUS RUN VINEYARDS
1280 Moores Mill Rd., Midway
859-846-9463 | 877-905-2675
www.equusrunvineyards.com
Award-winning boutique winery
nestled amidst picturesque horse farms.
Daily wine tasting and guided vineyard
tours. Concerts throughout the summer.
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HISTORIC MIDWAY MUSEUM
124 E. Railroad St., Midway
859-846-4214
www.midwaymuseumstore.com
Learn more about the history of this small
railroad town and take home a souvenir
from the museum store.
NICHOLASVILLE

DESTINATION JESSAMINE
200 S. Main St., Nicholasville
859-492-3115
www.destinationjessamine.com
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508 N. Main St., Ste. A,
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859-887-4351
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j ALPHA FARM
2447 Vince Rd., Nicholasville
859-885-5283
Summer camp, school and church field
trips, birthday parties, riding lessons and
boarding your personal horse.
gCAMP NELSON CIVIL WAR
HERITAGE PARK
6614 Old Danville Rd.,
Nicholasville, 859-881-5716
www.campnelson.org
Union Army Civil War supply depot
and training camp. 10,000 African-
American men gained their freedom here.
Interpretive trails open from dawn to
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gCAMP NELSON NATIONAL
CEMETERY
6980 Danville Rd., Nicholasville
859-885-5727
Began in 1863 and contains the remains
of 1,600 Camp Nelson soldiers, including
some 600 African Americans. The cem-
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CHRISMAN MILL VINEYARD
AND WINERY
2385 Chrisman Mill Rd.,
Nicholasville, 859-881-5007
www.chrismanmill.com
For the full vine-to-wine experience,
visit the vineyard, a tasting room and
special events, all in a relaxing country
location.
gCOUNTY GENEALOGY ROOM
101 N. Main St., Nicholasville
859-885-4161
www.jessamineco.com
Genealogical research library. b
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FIRST VINEYARD
5800 Sugar Creek Pk.,
Nicholasville, 859-885-9359
www.firstvineyard.net
Visit the birthplace of the United States
wine industry. Established 1799 by John
James Dufour. Tours and slide show
presentation upon reservation. a
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HARRY C. MILLER LOCK
COLLECTION
LSI - 1014 S. Main St.,
Nicholasville
859-887-9633 | 866-574-8724
www.lsieducation.com
The world’s most complete collection of
combination and time locks. bam
hKENTUCKY RIVER OTTER
OUTPOST
Nicholasville, 859-699-3400
Canoes, kayaks, lazy river tube trips,
boat rentals and personalized Kentucky
River Palisade tours by pontoon boat.
Hiking, birding, plant identification and
more. am
pKENTUCKY RIVER PALISADES
200 S. Main St., Nicholasville
859-259-9655
www.jessamineco.com
The Palisades are the majestic limestone
cliffs bordering the Kentucky River be-
tween Frankfort and Lexington.
NATIONAL SOFTBALL MUSEUM
101 NSA Way, Nicholasville
859-887-4114
www.playnsa.com
The museum celebrates the outstand-
ing accomplishments of the sport and
players. bam
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OLD JAIL MUSEUM
200 S. Main St., Nicholasville
859-885-4500
www.jessamineco.com
Restored 1870 jail and 1873 jailer’s resi-
dence. Listed on the National Register. a
gOLIVER PERRY/WHITE HOUSE
6614 Danville Rd., Nicholasville
859-881-5716
www.campnelson.org
Confiscated by the Union Army for
a Civil War base of operations from
1863-1866. Building serves as a house
museum. am
j SHADOW RUN FARM
7175 Harrodsburg Rd.,
Nicholasville, 859-881-9588
American saddlebred horses. Training,
sales, riding lessons. Home to a 10-time
National Champion. bam
j TAYLOR MADE HORSE FARM
2765 Union Mill Rd., Nicholasville
859-885-3345
www.taylormadesales.com
Taylor Made is one of the world’s leading
Thoroughbred horse farms. Home to
more than 500 horses, including some of
the world’s best stallions. ba
hVALLEY VIEW FERRY
Kentucky River Mile 157.9,
Nicholasville, 859-885-4500
www.jessamineco.com/tourism/
valleyview.htm
Oldest continuously running ferry
operation in Kentucky since 1785.
Provides access across the river between
Jessamine/Fayette and Madison
counties. b
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WILMORE RAILROAD MUSEUM
Rice St. at Railroad Crossing,
Wilmore, 859-858-4411
www.wilmore.org
This museum features the his-
tory of Wilmore and how the city
developed after the railroad came
through. See historical Wilmore and
railroad memorabilia. m
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720 High St., Paris
859-987-8744
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Highway 627, Paris
859-987-8744
www.parisky.com
Inventor of the gas mask in 1912 and the
tri-color traffic signal in 1923. ba
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CANE RIDGE MEETING HOUSE
& BARTON WARREN STONE
MUSEUM
1655 Cane Ridge Rd., Paris
859-987-5350
www.caneridge.org
Built 1791, and believed to be the largest
one-room log structure standing in North
America. It is a symbol of the late 18th
and early 19th century Western Great
Revival. bam
j CLAIBORNE HORSE FARM
Winchester Rd., Paris
859-987-2330
A leading Thoroughbred farm for genera-
tions. The guided tour includes the simple
tombstone that marks the grave of the
great Secretariat.
gCOLVILLE COVERED BRIDGE
North of Paris on Ky 3118, Paris
859-987-8744
One of thirteen covered bridges left in
Kentucky. Located north of Paris on KY
3118 reached via US 68 and KY 1893.
gDUNCAN TAVERN
323 High St., Paris
859-987-1788
In-house museum and library built with
native limestone in 1788. Famous visitors:
Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton. Open
Apr.-Dec. bam
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HOPEWELL MUSEUM
800 Pleasant St., Paris
859-987-7274
hopewellmuseum.org
Offers art and heritage exhibits about
Bourbon County and beyond. A learn-
ing center has heritage activities for
children. bam
gJOHN FOX, JR.
GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY
323 High St., Paris
859-987-1786
A genealogy library focusing on assisting
patrons document their Revolution-
ary War ancestors, also has historical
resources.
gNANNINE CLAY WALLIS HOUSE
& ARBORETUM
Garden Club of KY, Inc.
Headquarters, Paris
859-987-6158
www.gardenclubky.org
The Arboretum, “the largest old tree
collection in Central Kentucky” is open to
the public from dawn to dusk. The house
is open by appointment. bam
j OUR MIMS RETIREMENT
HAVEN
2810 Millersburg Ruddles Mill Rd.,
Paris, 859-484-9582
www.ourmims.org
Specializing in restoring health and
spirit in aged mares. OMRH houses many
former Thoroughbred broodmares who
welcome fans to come visit. a
gWESTERN SCHOOL SITE
Corner of Seventh St. and
Western Way, Paris
859-987-8744
www.parisky.com
The school was a fully segregated school
for African Americans. Site now has three
historical markers on Western Way where
the school stood.
PERRYVILLE
gPERRYVILLE BATTLEFIELD
STATE HISTORIC SITE
1825 Battlefield Rd., Perryville
859-332-8631
parks.ky.gov
Museum and self-guided walking tours of
the Civil War battlefield.
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RICHMOND TOURISM
345 Lancaster Ave., Richmond
859-626-8474 | 800-866-3075
www.richmondkytourism.com
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ACRES OF LAND WINERY, INC.
2285 Barnes Mill Rd., Richmond
859-328-3000 | 866-714-9463
www.acresoflandwinery.com
Award-winning Kentucky wines from an
award-winning winery. bam
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CHESTNUT TREE GALLERY
102 E. Main St., Richmond
859-623-2144
www.thechestnuttreegallery.com
A fine art and craft gallery offering art
from more than 50 Kentucky artists with
the largest selection of contemporary
abstracts in central Kentucky. ba
j DEER RUN STABLES
2001 River Cir., Richmond
859-527-6339
www.deerrunstable.com
Saddle up and wind down. Horseback
riding, trail rides, pony rides, hayrides, bon-
fires, picnics and rustic camping. am
pFORT BOONESBOROUGH STATE
PARK
4375 Boonesboro Rd., Richmond
859-527-3131
parks.ky.gov
Relive the pioneer life of Daniel Boone or
hike along the Kentucky River.
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IRVINTON HOUSE MUSEUM
345 Lancaster Ave., Richmond
859-626-1422
Located at the Richmond Visitor Center.
Exhibits include items from the commu-
nity and Eastern Kentucky University’s J.T.
Dorris Collection.
gKENTUCKY ARTISAN
HERITAGE TRAILS
Richmond, 859-622-8571
www.kaht.com
Showcases interesting places, exciting
events, wonderful food and some of the
state’s finest artisans. bm
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THE POCKET GALLERY
209 Saint George St., Richmond
859-358-9412
www.pocketgallery.org
Features artist Erin Gray’s paintings,
wood burnings and batiks, and James
Gray’s scenic photography. am
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RICHMOND AREA ARTS
CENTER
399 W. Water St., Richmond
859-624-4242
www.artsinrichmond.org
The center offers performing and visual
art programs for residents of all ages and
20 performing art events each year. bm
gRICHMOND CEMETERY
East Main St., Richmond
859-623-2529
Largest cemetery in the area. Graves of
U.S. Representative Daniel Breck, Cassius
M. Clay and tombstones of Civil War
Battle of Richmond soldiers.
gWHITE HALL STATE
HISTORIC SITE
500 White Hall Shrine Rd.,
Richmond, 859-623-9178
parks.ky.gov
Home of Cassius Marcellus Clay. Forty-
four room Italianate mansion.
Kentucky’s Oldest Outdoor Theatre
Danville, KY
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LINCOLN COUNTY OFFICE
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201 E. Main St., Ste. 8, Stanford
606-365-4547
www.stanford-lincolncounty
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ATWOOD’S DRIVING RANGE
175 KY Hwy. 2141, Stanford
859-854-3795
Practice your stroke at this large driving
range. There are 12 tee spots. Family-
oriented, locally owned and operated.
gBUFFALO SPRINGS CEMETERY
630 Ky Hwy. 78, Stanford
606-365-0030
Pioneer cemetery that dates back to
1780s. Unique stones for the time period.
It is the burial site of Sophie Alcorn and
Caswell Saufley. b
hCEDAR CREEK LAKE
Highway 150 E., Crab Orchard
606-365-2533
www.lincolnky.com
A 780-acre sportsman fishing lake for
pontoon and small fishing boats. Half-a-
million fish stocked in the lake. b
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OLD PRESBYTERIAN MEETING
HOUSE AND MUSEUM
315 W. Main St., Stanford
606-365-2503
www.lincolncounty.com
Presbyterian log cabin church enclosed
building. Archives of artifacts and heri-
tage exhibits of Lincoln County. bam
SHELTON’S DIRT DRAGS &
ATV RACING
Yates Road off of Hwy. 27,
Stanford
606-365-2260
Shelton’s Dirt Drags has 200-and
300-foot ATV/motorcycle dirt drag
racing. m
gSTANFORD HISTORIC
L & N DEPOT
1866 Depot St., Stanford
606-365-0207
www.stanford-lincolncountytour-
ism.com
Built in 1912 and served as the depot until
1986. Has been newly restored. Caboose
and railroad work car sit on the original
sections of the tracks. bm
gWILLIAM WHITLEY HOUSE
STATE HISTORIC SITE
625 William Whitley Rd.,
Stanford, 606-355-2881
parks.ky.gov
Dubbed the “Guardian of the Wilder-
ness Road” the house was a gathering
spot for early Kentuckians, including
Daniel Boone.
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WOODFORD COUNTY
TOURIST COMMISSION
190 N. Main St., Versailles
859-873-5122
www.woodfordcountyinfo.com
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BLUEGRASS SCENIC
RAILROAD AND MUSEUM
175 Beasley Rd., Versailles
859-873-2476 | 800-755-2476
www.bgrm.org
Offering an educational and
entertaining railroad experience. The
one-hour train ride travels through
Kentucky horse farms. Museum,
models, gift shop. m
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THE ERIC JOHNSON
GALLERY
120 N. Main St., Versailles
859-351-3650
www.ericjohnsonartist.com
Variety of scenic paintings, notecards and
prints. ba
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HEIKE PICKETT GALLERY
AND SCULPTURE GARDEN
110 Morgan St., Versailles
859-233-1263
www.heikepickettgallery.com
Features a sculpture garden of contem-
porary works in stone, bronze, ceramics
and metal sculpture. b
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IRISH ACRES GALLERY OF
ANTIQUES
4205 Fords Mill Rd., Versailles
859-873-7902
irishacresgallery.com
More than 32,000 square feet of
gallery featuring antiques, one of kind
collectibles and more. Open mid-March-
Dec. Restaurant on site.
gPISGAH PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
710 Pisgah Rd., Versailles
859-873-4161
Established in 1784 as the first Presbyte-
rian church west of the Allegheny Moun-
tains. Listed on National Register.
j THREE CHIMNEYS FARM
1981 Old Frankfort Pk., Versailles
859-873-7053
www.threechimneys.com
A farm representative gives a tour of the
stallion complex, breeding shed and mare
receiving barn. Tour size is limited, so call
in advance for reservations. bam
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WILDSIDE WINERY
5500 Troy Pk., Versailles
859-879-3982
www.wildsidewinery.com
Taste a wide selection of Kentucky
wines, including award-winning dry red
wines. am
j WINSTAR FARM
3001 Pisgah Pk., Versailles
859-873-1717
www.winstarfarm.com
Owner of the 2010 Kentucky Derby
winner, Super Saver. Nestled along the
historic Pisgah Pike. Advance reservations
requested.
Richmond
Kentucky Kentucky
www.richmondkytourism.com • 1.800.866.3705
On I-75 near Lexington!
Richmond Visitor Center
Civil War Tour
Golf White Hall
Mansion
Pioneer Fort
Boonesborough
Family Fun! Family Fun!
Acres of Land Winery • Hummel Planetarium • Historic Downtown shops!
Rich equine history. Bold bourbon legacy.
Pure Southern Charm.
(800) 845-3959
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SOCIETY LIBRARY & MUSEUM
121 Rose Hill Ave., Versailles
859-873-6786
www.woodfordkyhistory.org
Dedicated to preserving the history of
Woodford County and its people with a
genealogy research library and historic
museum. m
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THE WOODFORD RESERVE
DISTILLERY
7855 McCracken Pk., Versailles
859-879-1812
www.woodfordreserve.com
A National Historic Landmark home to
Woodford Reserve Premium Bourbon.
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WINCHESTER-CLARK
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Two S. Maple St., Winchester
859-744-0556 | 800-298-9105
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gALE-8-ONE BOTTLING PLANT
25 Carol Rd., Winchester
859-744-3484
www.ale-8-one.com
Ale-8-One, the ginger-blended soft drink
unique to Kentucky, has been bottled in
Winchester since 1926.
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BLUEGRASS HERITAGE
MUSEUM
217 S. Main St., Winchester
859-745-1358
www.bgheritage.com
The museum brings the history of
Kentucky to life by collecting, preserving,
interpreting and exhibiting the culture of
the region. bam
gCIVIL WAR FORT AT
BOONESBORO
1250 Ford Rd., Winchester
859-744-0556 | 800-298-9105
www.civilwarfortat
boonesboro.com
The Union army constructed this earth-
work redoubt and manned it (at times
with African-American soldiers) to defend
the ford and ferry at Boonesboro. am
pTHE DANIEL BOONE
NATIONAL FOREST
1700 Bypass Rd., Winchester
859-745-3100
www.fs.fed.us/r8/boone
Nearly 708,000 acres across eastern
Kentucky. More than 100 developed
recreation sites and 600 miles of trail
provide outdoor recreation opportunities
for visitors. bm
gHOLLY ROOD HISTORIC HOME
28 Beckner St., Winchester
859-745-6664
www.tourwinchester.com
Restored historic house built in 1813 that
was the home of Governor James Clark,
12th governor of Kentucky. Tours by ap-
pointment. am
j TWILIGHT RIDING SCHOOL
431 Reservoir Ct., Winchester
859-494-1520
Learn how to ride horses from trained
professionals. The focus is on English
Saddleseat style which is a good founda-
tion style of riding.
gWINCHESTER CEMETERY
2 S. Maple St., Winchester
859-744-0556 | 800-298-9105
www.tourwinchester.com
The cemetery encompasses the story
of the 200 year old community through
those who have been memorialized
within its grounds.
www.georgetownky.com
Gateway to the Kentucky Horse Park
Take Ɵme to travel Woodford County
it’s a place where memories are made
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Take Ɵme to travel Woodford County
it’s a place where memories are made
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grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
BEREA
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 859-986-8426 H $$ 60

196 Prince Royal Dr. 888-315-2378
www.americasbestvalueinn.com mj Ad Page 13
BEREA HOME SWEET HOME 859-575-0581 B

103 Cherry Road Ct., Berea
www.bereahomesweethome.com
COMFORT INN & SUITES 859-985-5500 C $$ 65
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219 Paint Lick Rd., Berea
www.comfortinn.com mj
COUNTRY INN AND SUITES 859-228-0340 H $$ 60
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330 Walnut Creek Dr., Berea 800-596-2375
www.countryinns.com m
DAYS INN BEREA 859-986-7373 H $$ 60
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1029 Cooper Dr., Berea 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
ECONO LODGE 859-986-9323 H $ 52

254 Paint Lick Rd., Berea 800-553-2666
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FAIRFIELD INN 859-985-8191 H $$$ 62
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227 Paint Lick Rd., Berea 800-228-2800
www.marriott.com m
GREATHOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 859-986-7351 B $$$ 3

317 Jackson St., Berea
www.bbgreathouse.com j
HISTORIC BOONE TAVERN HOTEL
& RESTAURANT 859-985-3700 H $$$ 63

100 Main St. N., Berea 800-366-9358
www.boonetavernhotel.com mcj
HOLIDAY MOTEL 859-986-9311 H $ 32

100 Jane St., Berea mj
KNIGHTS INN BEREA 859-986-2384 H $$ 58

715 Chestnut St., Berea 800-843-5644
www.knightsinn.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL BEREA 859-986-8426 H $$ 60
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www.super8.com mj
CARLISLE
BLUE LICKS BATTLEFIELD STATE
RESORT PARK 859-289-5507 R $$ 30

10299 Maysville Rd., Carlisle 800-443-7008
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FOREST RETREAT HISTORIC INN 859-289-4040 C $$$$ 7

4179 Maysville Rd., Carlisle
CYNTHIANA
EVERGREEN MOTEL 859-234-5460 H $ 27

1528 U.S. Hwy. 27 N., Cynthiana
www.evergreenmotelky.com mj
HAWKS NEST BED & BREAKFAST 859-235-0440 B $$ 5
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www.hawksnestbb.com
SELDON RENAKER INN 859-234-3752 B $$ 4

113 S. Walnut St., Cynthiana
www.seldonrenakerinn.com m
SIDE SADDLE INN BED
& BREAKFAST 859-333-3438 B $$ 4

5322 Ky 36 W., Cynthiana
www.sidesaddleinn.com
DANVILLE
BEST WESTERN 859-236-5525 H $$ 50
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www.bestwestern.com mj
COMFORT SUITES 859-936-9300 H $$$ 54
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864 Ben Ali Dr., Danville 800-228-5150
www.comfortsuitesdanvilleky.com mj
THE COTTAGE BED & BREAKFAST 859-236-9642 B $$$

2826 Lexington Rd., Danville
www.cottageofdanville.com mj
COUNTRY HEARTH INN 859-236-8601 H $$ 113
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1641 Hustonville Rd., Danville 888-443-2784
www.countryhearth.com mcj
THE GOLDEN LION BED & BREAKFAST 859-583-1895 B $$$ 3

243 N. Third. St., Danville 866-453-5466
www.thegoldenlionbb.com m
HAMPTON INN 859-236-6200 H $$$ 72
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100 Montgomery Way, Danville 800-426-7866
www.danvilleky.hamptoninn.com m
MORNING GLORY MANOR & COTTAGE 859-236-1888 B 1

244 E. Lexington Ave., Danville
www.danvillekentucky.com j
PASICK’S BED & BREAKFAST 859-236-0074 B 1

132 E. Lexington Ave., Danville
www.danvillekentucky.com m
QUALITY INN 859-236-8600 H $$ 63
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96 Daniel Dr., Danville 800-465-4329
www.qualityinn.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 859-236-8881 H $$ 49

3663 Hwy. 150/127 Bypass S., Danville 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
FRANKFORT
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 502-875-3220 H 46

1225 U.S. Hwy. 127 S., Frankfort 888-315-2378
www.americasbestvalueinn.com j Ad Page 13
BEST WESTERN PARKSIDE INN 502-695-6111 H 99
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www.bestwestern.com mj
BLUEGRASS INN 502-695-1800 H 61
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635 Versailles Rd., Frankfort 800-322-1802
www.bluegrassinn.com j
THE CAPITAL PLAZA HOTEL 502-227-5100 H 189
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www.capitalplazaky.com mcj
THE CROCKETT HOUSE 502-227-2566 B

2530 Louisville Rd., Frankfort
www.vacationhomes.com/crpclett_27562
DAYS INN 502-875-2200 H 122
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www.daysinn.com mj
DUCKERS LAKE GOLF RESORT 502-695-4653 C

98 Buena Vista Dr., Frankfort
www.duckerslakegolfresort.com
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES 502-695-8881 H $ 90
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40 Chenault Rd., Frankfort 800-228-2800
www.marriott.com m
HAMPTON INN 502-223-7600 H 123
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1310 U.S. Hwy. 127 S., Frankfort 800-426-7866
www.frankfort.hamptoninn.com m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 502-352-4650 H 67
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www.hiexpress.com m
MEEK HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 502-227-2566 B 2

119 E. Third St., Frankfort 866-646-7650
www.bbonline.com m
THE MEETINGHOUSE BED & BREAKFAST
CAFE & GIFT SHOP 502-226-3226 B 4

519 Ann St., Frankfort
www.themeetinghousebandb.com m
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BEST WESTERN GEORGETOWN
CORPORATE CENTER 502-868-0055 H 67
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www.bestwestern.com m
BLACKRIDGE HALL B&B 502-863-2069 B $$$$ 6

4055 Paris Pk., Georgetown 800-768-9308
www.blackridgehall.com m
COMFORT SUITES 502-868-9500 H 67
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121 Darby Dr., Georgetown 877-868-9500
www.comfortsuites.com mj
COUNTRY INN & SUITES BY CARLSON 502-868-6800 H 65
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131 Darby Dr., Georgetown 800-456-4000
www.countryinns.com mcj
DAYS INN GEORGETOWN 502-863-5000 H 67
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385 Cherry Blossom Way, Georgetown 800-329-7466
www.daysinngeorgetown.com mj
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BY MARRIOTT 502-868-9955 H 88
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200 Tiger Way, Georgetown 800-228-2800
www.marriott.com m
GAYLA GUEST APARTMENT 502-863-5113 B 2

3329 Cynthiana Rd., Georgetown 800-360-5774
www.gayladrivingcenter.com j
HAMPTON INN 502-867-4888 H 75
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www.hamptoninn.com m
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amenities of our resort - splash in
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in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
HILTON GARDEN INN 502-863-0099 H 110
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110 Grandstand Dr., Georgetown 877-782-9444
www.lexingtongeorgetown.stayhgi.com mc
HOLIDAY INN 502-570-0220 H 85

140 Osbourne Way, Georgetown 800-465-4329
www.holidayinn.com/georgetownky mc
JORDAN FARM BED & BREAKFAST 502-863-1944 B 03

4091 Newtown Pk., Georgetown
www.jordanfarmbandb.com
KNIGHTS INN 502-863-2240 H 80
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www.knightsinn.com j
MAGNOLIA INN 502-542-0685 B $$$ 3

320 East Main St., Georgetown
www.magnoliainnky.com
MICROTEL INN & SUITES 502-868-8000 H 79

111 Darby Dr., Georgetown 888-771-7171
www.microtelinn.com m
MOTEL 6 502-863-1166 H 98

401 Cherry Blossom Way, Georgetown 800-466-8356
www.motel6.com mj
NINE MILE REST BED & BREAKFAST 859-608-3071 B $

5301 Bethel Rd., Georgetown
PINEAPPLE INN BED & BREAKFAST 502-868-5453 B

645 S. Broadway St., Georgetown
www.pineappleinnbedandbreakfast.com
QUALITY INN 502-867-1648 H $$ 60
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250 Outlet Center Dr., Georgetown 800-424-6423
www.qualityinn.com mj
SUPER 8 502-863-4888 H 60
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250 Tiger Way, Georgetown 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
VINEYARDS AT LONGVIEW HUNTING
RESORT 502-863-2165 R 16

3243 Frankfort Rd., Georgetown
www.thevineyardsatlongview.com m
WINNERS CIRCLE MOTEL 502-863-6500 H 73

149 Edwards Ave., Georgetown 800-999-6965
www.winnerscirclemotel.com mj
HARRODSBURG
ASPEN HALL MANOR & TEA ROOM 859-734-5050 B $$$ 4

558 Aspen Hall Dr., Harrodsburg
www.aspenhallmanor.com m
BEAUMONT INN 859-734-3381 B $$$ 31
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www.beaumontinn.com mc
BLUEGRASS INN 859-734-7782 H $ 38

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BRIGHT LEAF GOLF RESORT 859-734-5481 R $$$

1742 Danville Rd., Harrodsburg 800-469-6038
www.brightleafgolfresort.com
CHIMNEY ROCK STUDIOS 859-748-7625 C $$$ 2

250 Chimney Rock Rd., Harrodsburg
www.chimneyrock-marina.com cj
COUNTRY HEARTH INN & SUITES 859-734-2400 H $$ 40

105 Commercial Dr., Harrodsburg 888-294-6492
www.countryhearth.com mj
DAYS INN 859-734-9431 H $$ 50
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1680 Danville Rd., Harrodsburg 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
ECONOMY INN 859-734-4218 H $$ 20

814 N. College St., Harrodsburg
HADDIX POINT HIDEAWAY 404-427-0610 C $$$$ 1

1840 Paradise Camp Rd., Harrodsburg
www.homeaway.com mj
THE INN AT SHAKER VILLAGE 859-734-5411 H $$$ 73

3501 Lexington Rd., Harrodsburg 800-734-5611
www.shakervillageky.org mcj
OUR HOUSE AT NORMANS CAMP 859-971-3520 C $$$$ 4BR

828 Normans Camp Rd., Harrodsburg
www.homeaway.com
PARADISE COTTAGE 859-396-3273 C $$$$ 1

1390 Paradise Camp, Harrodsburg 800-649-0264
www.homeaway.com j
ROYALTY’S FISHING CAMP 859-748-5459 C $$

940 Normans Camp Rd., Harrodsburg
www.royaltysfishingcamp.com j
SOUTHERN CHARM BED & BREAKFAST 859-734-9340 B $$$ 4
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www.southerncharmbb.com mj
LANCASTER
THE ASHLEY INN BED & BREAKFAST 859-548-4922 B $$$ 6

9863 Lexington Rd., Lancaster 888-548-4922
www.ashleyinnbandb.com mj
CANOE CREEK RANCH 859-548-8334 C $$$ 10
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www.canoecreekranch.com c
HAMMONDS HALL 859-792-6632 B $$ 2

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PENINSULA GOLF RESORT 859-548-5055 C

200 Clubhouse Dr., Lancaster 877-249-4747
www.peninsulagolf.com
RED GATE MARINA 859-548-3507

305 Red Gate Rd., Lancaster cja
LAWRENCEBURG
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LAWRENCEBURG INN 502-839-3444 H $$$ 52
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200 Plaza Dr., Lawrenceburg 800-528-1234
www.bestwestern.com m
LEXINGTON
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 859-254-6699 H $$ 37

5556 Versailles Rd. 888-315-2378
www.americasbestvalueinn.com mj Ad Page 13
BAYMONT INN & SUITES 859-293-6113 H $$ 110
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www.baymontinns.com m
BEST WESTERN LEXINGTON
CONFERENCE CENTER 859-263-5241 H $$ 151
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5532 Athens Boonesboro Rd., Lexington 800-967-8376
www.bestwestern.com mcj
BEST WESTERN REGENCY 859-293-2202 H $ 110
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2241 Elkhorn Rd., Lexington 800-528-1234
www.bestwestern.com m
BLUEGRASS EXTENDED STAY 859-269-4999 H $$ 99

2753 Richmond Rd., Lexington
www.bluegrassextendedstay.com m
BRYAN STATION INN 859-299-4162 H 42

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CANDLEWOOD SUITES 859-967-1940 H 80

601 Ad Color Dr., Lexington 800-881-9725
www.candlewoodsuites.com mj
CATALINA MOTEL 859-299-6281 H $ 72

208 W. New Circle Rd., Lexington
CLARION HOTEL 859-233-0512 H 296
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1950 Newtown Pk., Lexington 877-424-6423
www.clarionhotel.com mcj
COMFORT INN 859-299-0302 H $$$ 123
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2381 Buena Vista Rd., Lexington 877-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com m
COMFORT INN SOUTH 859-263-0777 H $$ 59
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5531 Athens-Boonesboro Rd., Lexington 800-228-5150
www.comfortinn.com m
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BEAUMONT CENTER 859-296-4446 H $$ 72
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3060 Fieldstone Way, Lexington 877-424-6423
www.comfortsuites.com mj
COUNTRY INN & SUITES 859-299-8844 H $$ 53
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2297 Executive Dr., Lexington 800-456-4000
www.countryinns.com m
COURTYARD LEXINGTON NORTH 859-253-4646 H $ 146

775 Newtown Ct., Lexington 800-321-2211
www.courtyard.com mc
COURTYARD LEXINGTON SOUTH 859-263-9090 H $$$ 90

1951 Pleasant Ridge Dr., Lexington 800-321-2211
www.marriott.com mc
CROWNE PLAZA/
THE CAMPBELL HOUSE 859-255-4281 H $$$$ 287

1375 S. Broadway, Lexington 800-227-6963
www.crowneplaza.com mcj
DAY’S MOTOR LODGE 859-252-5561 H 42

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on “Places to Stay.”
DAYS INN & SUITES LEXINGTON, KY 859-299-1202 H $$ 176
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1987 N. Broadway, Lexington 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mcj
DAYS INN SOUTH 859-263-3100 H $$ 55

5575 Athens Boonesboro Rd., Lexington 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
DOUBLETREE GUEST SUITES
BY HILTON 859-268-0060 H $$$ 155

2601 Richmond Rd., Lexington 800-262-3774
www.lexingtonsuites.doubletree.com mcj
ECONO LODGE SOUTH 859-263-5101 H $ 60
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5527 Athens Boonesboro Rd., Lexington 800-553-2666
www.choicehotels.com mj
EMBASSY SUITES LEXINGTON 859-455-5000 H $ 230
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www.lexington.embassysuites.com mc
ENVOY INN & SUITES 859-293-0047 H 61
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3575 Tates Creek Rd., Lexington 800-804-3724
www.extendedstay.com mj
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA 859-278-9600 H 126
2650 Wilhite Dr., Lexington 800-804-3724
www.extstay.com mj
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA 859-266-4800 H $$ 60

2750 Gribbin Dr., Lexington 800-804-3724
www.extendedstay.com mj
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES 859-977-5870 H $$$ 114
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2100 Hackney Pl., Lexington 800-228-2800
www.marriott.com mj
FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT 859-224-3338 H 63
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www.marriott.com m
FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON 859-259-1311 H $$$ 174

1938 Stanton Way, Lexington 800-325-3535
www.fourpoints.com mcj
GRATZ PARK INN 859-231-1777 H $$$$ 41

120 W. Second St., Lexington 800-752-4166
www.gratzparkinn.com mcj
GRIFFIN GATE MARRIOTT
RESORT & SPA 859-231-5100 H 410

1800 Newtown Pk., Lexington 800-391-6690
www.griffingatemarriott.com mcj Ad Page 141
HAMPTON INN I-75 859-299-2613 H $$$ 125
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www.hamptoninn.com mj
HAMPTON INN SOUTH 859-223-0088 H $$$ 67
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3060 Lake Crest Cir., Lexington 800-426-7866
www.hampton-inn.com m
HILTON GARDEN INN 859-543-8300 H $$ 100
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www.lexington.hgi.com m
HILTON LEXINGTON/DOWNTOWN 859-231-9000 H $$$ 366
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369 W. Vine St., Lexington 877-539-1648
www.lexingtondowntownhotel.com mcj
HILTON SUITES LEXINGTON GREEN 859-271-4000 H $$$ 174

245 Lexington Green Cir., Lexington 800-445-8667
www.lexingtongreen.hilton.com mcj
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL
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www.hiexpress.com mj
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS NORTHEAST 859-231-0656 H 78
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www.hiexpress.com m
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HILTON LEXINGTON 859-223-0880 H $$ 91
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249 Ruccio Way, Lexington 800-225-5466
www.lexington.homewoodsuites.com m
HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON LEXINGTON/
HAMBURG 859-543-0464 H $$$$ 91
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www.lexingtonhamburg.homewoodsuites.com mc
HYATT PLACE LEXINGTON 859-296-0091 H 127
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www.hyattplacelexington.com mc
HYATT REGENCY LEXINGTON 859-253-1234 H $$$$ 366

401 W. High St., Lexington 800-233-1234
www.lexington.hyatt.com mc
INN ON BROADWAY 859-519-2060 H $$$ 62
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1301 S. Broadway, Lexington
www.innonbroadwaylex.com mj
KENTUCKY RIVER COTTAGES 859-779-5129 C $$$$

8795 Beach Rd., Lexington
www.kentuckyrivercottages.com mj
KNIGHTS INN 859-231-0232 H $$ 55
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1935 Stanton Way, Lexington 800-843-5644
www.knightsinn.com mj
LA QUINTA INN AND SUITES LEXINGTON
SOUTH/HAMBURG 859-543-1877 H $ 72
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100 Canebrake Dr., Lexington 800-753-3757
www.lq.com mj
LA QUINTA INN LEXINGTON NORTH 859-231-7551 H $$ 129
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1920 Stanton Way, Lexington 800-753-3757
www.lq.com mj
LEXINGTON MOTOR INN 859-255-3337 H $ 30

1203 New Circle Rd., NE, Lexington
LYNDON HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 859-420-2683 B $$$$ 5

507 N. Broadway, Lexington
www.lyndonhouse.com mj
MICROTEL 859-299-9600 H $ 99

2240 Buena Vista Dr., Lexington 800-771-7171
www.microtelinn.com mj
MOTEL 6 859-293-1431 H 98

2260 Elkhorn Rd., Lexington 800-466-8356
www.motel6.com mj
NEW CIRCLE INN 859-233-3538 H $ 57

588 E. New Circle Rd., Lexington
QUALITY INN NORTHWEST 859-233-0561 H $$$ 109
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750 Newtown Ct., Lexington 800-876-3294
www.qualityinn.com m
RAMADA CONFERENCE CENTER 859-299-1261 H $$$$ 145
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www.ramadainnlexky.com mcj
RAMADA LIMITED 859-294-7375 H 56
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RED ROOF INN NORTH 859-293-2626 H $$ 108

1980 Haggard Ct., Lexington 800-733-7663
www.redroof.com mj
RED ROOF INN SOUTH 859-277-9400 H $ 117

2651 Wilhite Dr., Lexington 800-733-7663
www.redroof.com mj
RESIDENCE INN BEAUMONT CIRCLE 859-296-0460 H 104
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RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT NORTH 859-231-6191 H $$ 80
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www.residenceinn.com mj
RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT SOUTH/
HAMBURG 859-263-9979 H $$ 91
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www.marriott.com mj
RODEWAY INN 859-254-6699 H $$ 37
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www.rodewayinn.com mj
SLEEP INN 859-543-8400 H $$$ 108
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www.sleepinn.com mj
SPORTSMAN MOTEL 859-252-4401 H $ 29

1107 Winchester Rd., Lexington
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SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT 859-225-1500 H $$ 108
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SUPER 8 MOTEL 859-299-6241 H $ 62

2351 Buena Vista Rd., Lexington 800-800-8000
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Additional accommodation options appear
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grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
SWANN’S NEST AT CYGNET FARM 859-226-0095 B $$$$ 5

3463 Rosalie Rd., Lexington
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UNIVERSITY INN MOTEL & SUITES 859-278-6625 H $$ 92

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SCOTTWOOD BED AND BREAKFAST 859-846-5037 B $$$ 3

2004 E. Leestown Rd., Midway 877-477-0778
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CORNER HOUSE B&B 859-881-5229 B $$ 8

228 Richmond Ave., Nicholasville 877-571-5777
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 859-885-8080 H $$$ 60
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HOWARD JOHNSON 859-887-8712 H $$ 40

2149 Lexington Rd., Nicholasville
www.hojo.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL 859-885-9889 H $$ 50

181 Imperial Way, Nicholasville 800-800-8000
www.super8.com m
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BEST WESTERN - PARIS INN 859-987-0779 H $$ 49
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www.bestwestern.com m
COUNTRY CHARM HISTORIC FARM
BED & BREAKFAST 859-988-1006 B $$ 3

505 Hutchison Rd., Paris 866-988-1006
www.countrycharm.net m
HOUSTON OAKS GOLF COURSE 859-987-5600

555 Houston Oaks Dr., Paris
www.parisky.com
THE TREEHOUSE AT
STONER CREEK B&B 859-987-6251 B $$ 3

131 Taylor Ave., Paris
www.treehouseatstonercreek.com mj
RICHMOND
BENNETT HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 859-623-7876 B $$$ 5

419 W. Main St., Richmond 877-204-3426
www.bennetthousebb.com mj
BEST WESTERN HOLIDAY PLAZA 859-623-9220 H $$ 80
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www.bestwestern.com m
BLUE HERON BED & BREAKFAST
AND RETREAT CENTER 859-527-0186 B $ 3

270 E. Prong Rd., Richmond
www.blueheronretreat.com
COMFORT SUITES 859-624-0770 H $$$$ 73
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www.countryhearth.com mj
DAYS INN RICHMOND 859-624-5769 H $$ 65
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2109 Belmont Dr., Richmond 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com mj
HAMPTON INN 859-626-1002 H $$ 98
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL 859-624-4055 H $$$ 81
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www.dpbolvw.net mj
JAMESON INN 859-623-0063 H $ 68
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www.jamesoninns.com mj
KNIGHTS INN RICHMOND 859-624-2612 H $$ 55
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LA QUINTA INN 859-623-9121 H $$ 95
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www.lq.com mj
QUALITY QUARTERS 859-624-3600 H $ 55

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RED ROOF INN 859-625-0084 H $$ 65
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www.redroof.com mj
SUPER 8 MOTEL RICHMOND 859-624-1550 H $ 59

107 N. Keeneland Dr., Richmond 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
STANFORD
THE SPRINGS GUEST HOUSE AT
WINDY HILL FARM 606-669-8552 C 1

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SUNSET MOTOR LODGE 606-365-0011 H $$ 20

915 Danville St., Stanford
www.sunsetmotorlodge.com mj
VERSAILLES
1823 HISTORIC ROSE HILL INN 859-873-5957 B 7

233 Rose Hill Ave., Versailles 800-307-0460
www.rosehillinn.com mj
ARDMORE FARM 859-879-6070 B $$$$ 5

2519 McCracken Pike, Versailles
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CASTLEPOST 859-873-1000 $$$$

230 Pisgah Pike, Versailles
www.thecastlepost.com
MONTGOMERY INN 859-251-4103 B $$$ 10

270 Montgomery Ave., Versailles
www.montgomeryinnbnb.com m
A STORYBOOK INN 859-879-9993 B 6

277 Rose Hill Ave., Versailles 877-279-2563
www.storybook-inn.com m
WOODFORD INN 859-879-5600 B $$$ 10

140 Park St., Versailles
www.woodfordinn.com mc
WILMORE
ASBURY INN 859-858-2156 H $$$ 35

One June Ryan Cir., Wilmore 800-227-2879
www.asburyinn.com m
SCOTT STATION INN BED &
BREAKFAST 859-858-0121 B $$ 10

305 E. Main St., Wilmore
www.scottstationinn.com m
WINCHESTER
BEST VALUE INN 859-745-0751 H $$ 40

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BEST WESTERN COUNTRY SQUIRE
MOTEL 859-744-7210 H $$ 46
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www.bestwestern.com mj
BUSH HOUSE B & B 859-509-0628 B $$$ 5

1317 Water Works Rd., Winchester
DAYS INN 859-744-9111 H $$ 64
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www.daysinn.com mj
GUERRANT MOUNTAIN MISSION
BED AND BREAKFAST 859-745-1284 B $$

21 Valentine Ct., Winchester
www.bbonline.com
HAMPTON INN 859-745-2000 H $$$ 59
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www.hamptoninn.com mj
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 859-745-3009 H $$$ 58
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www.hiexpress.com m
QUALITY INN & SUITES 859-737-3990 H $$ 48
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www.beaverlakemarinaky.com j
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KENTUCKY HORSE PARK
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CEDAR CREEK RESORT AND
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CAMP ON THE KENTUCKY RV PARK
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WINCHESTER
THREE TREES CANOE, KAYAK
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www.threetreeskayak.com k f
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BLUE LICKS BATTLEFIELD STATE
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PIONEER PLAYHOUSE CAMPGROUND 859-236-2747
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KENTUCKY RIVER CAMPGROUND 502-227-2465 108
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STILL WATERS CAMPGROUND &
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GEORGETOWN
EAGLE CREEK HORSE MOTEL &
CAMPGROUND 502-542-8085

7101 Cincinnati Rd, Sadieville
www.eaglecreekhorsemotel.com
WHISPERING HILLS RV PARK 502-863-2552 221
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4089 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511 • Interstate 75, Exit 120
(859) 233-4303 (800) 678-8813 • www.KyHorsePark.com
Come meet
White Prince,
the rare white
Thoroughbred.
Horses, History, Hospitality
VISIT AN AREA THAT IS HOME TO:
Claiborne Farm, Cane Ridge Shrine, Hopewell
Museum, Wallis House & Arboretum, Duncan
Tavern, Colville Covered Bridge.
Discover its unique charm and why our
motto is: Horses, History and Hospitality!
PARIS-BOURBON COUNTY
TOURISM COMMISSION
859-987-8744
www.parisky.com www.bIuegrasstours.com
Horse Farm Tours

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LINCOLN COUNTY
“We Turned Racing Around”
Come see where
counterclockwise horse racing
began, at Sportsman’s Hill, located at
the historic William Whitley Estate.
Lincoln County Ofce of Tourism
Telephone/Fax: 606.365.4547
www.stanford-lincolncountytourism.com
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www.kentuckytourism.com and click on
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Practice Facilities:
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2900 S Danville Bypass, Danville
www.danvillekentucky.com
HARRODSBURG
CANE RUN FISHING CAMP & MARINA 859-748-5487 65

326 Cane Run Camp Rd., Harrodsburg
CHIMNEY ROCK MARINA 859-748-7625 150
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CUMMINS FERRY RESORT, CAMPGROUND
& MARINA 859-865-2003 50

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PANDORA MARINA 859-748-9121 300 P
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ROYALTY’S FISHING CAMP 859-748-5459 104
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www.royaltysfishingcamp.com ea
LANCASTER
HERRINGTON LAKE MARINA 859-548-2282 190
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www.herringtonmarina.com ec
KAMP KENNEDY MARINA 859-548-2002 105

4646 Kennedy Bridge Rd., Lancaster ec
RED GATE MARINA 859-548-3507 46 P

305 Red Gate Rd., Lancaster aeca
LAWRENCEBURG
BEAVER LAKE MARINA LLC 502-839-4402

1269 Beaver Lake Rd., Lawrenceburg
www.beaverlakemarinaky.com
BEREA
BEREA COUNTRY CLUB AND GOLF COURSE 9 36 C,P $
104 Churchill Dr., Berea 859-986-7141
www.bereacountryclub.com
DANVILLE
OLD BRIDGE GOLF CLUB 18 72 A $$
1 Old Bridge Rd., Danville 859-236-1234
www.oldbridgeinc.com
FRANKFORT
DUCKERS LAKE GOLF RESORT 18 71 C,P $$

98 Buena Vista Dr., Frankfort 502-695-4653
www.duckerslakegolfresort.com
JUNIPER HILL GOLF COURSE 18 70 A
800 Louisville Rd., Frankfort 502-875-8559
www.frankfortparksandrec.com
KENTUCKY STATE PARKS GOLF PACKAGES
Statewide
parks.ky.gov/golf 800-255-7275
LAKEVIEW SPRINGS GOLF COMPLEX 9 29 A
112 Park Ave., Frankfort 502-695-5870
GEORGETOWN
CANEWOOD GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P
124 General John Payne Blvd., Georgetown 502-868-0245
www.canewoodgolf.com
CHERRY BLOSSOM GOLF COURSE 18 72 A
150 Clubhouse Dr., Georgetown 502-570-9849
www.cherryblossomgolf.com
COAL RIDGE GOLF COURSE 18 69
100 Coal Ridge Ln., Georgetown 502-863-0754
LONGVIEW GOLF COURSE 18 72 A
3243 Frankfort Rd., Georgetown 502-863-2165
www.thevineyardsatlongview.com
HARRODSBURG
BRIGHT LEAF GOLF RESORT 36 72 C,P $

1742 Danville Rd., Harrodsburg 859-734-5481
www.brightleafgolfresort.com 800-469-6038
LANCASTER
PENINSULA GOLF RESORT 18 72 A $$

200 Clubhouse Dr., Lancaster 859-548-5055
www.peninsulagolf.com 877-249-4747
LAWRENCEBURG
WILD TURKEY TRACE GOLF COURSE 18 71 D,P $
1450 Fox Creek Rd., Lawrenceburg 502-839-4029
www.wildturkeytrace.com
LEXINGTON
GAY BREWER, JR. COURSE @ PICADOME 18 72 C,P $$
469 Parkway Dr., Lexington 859-288-2990
www.lexingtonky.gov
KEARNEY HILL LINKS 18 72 C,P $$
3403 Kearney Rd., Lexington 859-253-1981
www.lexingtonky.gov
MEADOWBROOK GOLF COURSE 18 55 $
400 Wilson Downing Rd., Lexington 859-272-3115
www.lexingtonky.gov
TATES CREEK GOLF COURSE 18 72 C,P $$
1400 Gainesway Dr., Lexington 859-272-3428
www.lexingtonky.gov
NICHOLASVILLE
CONNEMARA GOLF COURSE 18 71 A $$
2327 Lexington Rd., Nicholasville 859-885-4331
www.connemaragolfcourse.com
HIGH POINT GOLF CLUB 18 71
1215 High Point Dr., Nicholasville 859-887-4614
www.highpointgolfclubky.com
PLANTERS ROW GOLF LINKS 18 56 A
2080 Lexington Rd., Nicholasville 859-885-1254
www.plantersrowgolflinks.com
PARIS
HOUSTON OAKS GOLF COURSE 18 72 D,P

555 Houston Oaks Dr., Paris 859-987-5600
www.parisky.com
SHADY BROOK GOLF COURSE 9 35
444 Hutchison Rd., Paris 859-987-1544
RICHMOND
BATTLEFIELD GOLF CLUB 18 72 D,P $
524 General Cruft Dr., Richmond 859-624-8005
www.madisoncountyky.us
THE BULL AT BOONES TRACE GOLF COURSE 18 72 D,P $$
175 Gleneagles Blvd., Richmond 859-623-4653
www.thebullgolf.com 877-662-4684
GIBSON BAY MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $
2000 Gibson Bay Dr., Richmond 859-623-0225
www.gibsonbay.com
VERSAILLES
THE BROOK GOLF COURSE 18 72 A $$

2260 Lexington Rd., Versailles 859-873-8404
WINCHESTER
BLACK FISH HUNT & GOLF CLUB 18 72 $$
785 Bushwood Ln., Winchester 859-744-0900
www.golfwinchesterky.com
CASSELL CREEK GOLF COURSE 18 72 D,P
4199 Lexington Rd., Winchester 859-744-9959
www.cassellcreekgolf.com
SOUTHWIND GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P
2480 Boonesboro Rd., Winchester 859-744-0375
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106 Riverside Dr., Augusta
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COUNTY TOURISM
515 Highland Ave., Carrollton
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www.visitcarrolltonky.com
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gBUTLER-TURPIN STATE
HISTORIC HOUSE
General Butler State Resort Park,
Carrollton
502-732-4384 | 866-462-8853
www.parks.ky.gov
This fine country home built in 1859
is a place of remembrance to one of
Kentucky’s foremost military families from
Colonial times to the Civil War. am
pGENERAL BUTLER STATE
RESORT PARK
1608 Hwy. 227, Carrollton
502-732-4384 | 866-462-8853
parks.ky.gov
A historic site, also a place of great natural
beauty. This is the only spot in Kentucky
that has the unique view of the conver-
gence of the Kentucky and Ohio Rivers.
gHISTORIC MASTERSON HOUSE
Highland Ave., Carrollton
502-732-7036 | 800-325-4290
www.carrolltontourism.com
The Richard Mastersons built this home
in the fall of 1790. It is reported to be the
oldest two-story brick house still standing
on the Ohio River. ba
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RIVER VALLEY WINERY
1279 Mound Hill, Carrollton
502-750-0594
www.rivervalleywinery.com
Award-winning wines crafted from Ken-
tucky grapes with the European tradition
and blended with Kentucky pride. Offer-
ing red, white and blush wines. bam
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COMMITTEE
233 Main St., Rm. 4, Falmouth
859-654-4321
www.pendletoncounty.ky.gov b
pKINCAID LAKE STATE PARK
565 Kincaid Park Rd., Falmouth
859-654-3531
parks.ky.gov
Explore the lake in a rental boat
from the marina, or soak up the
summer sunshine at the lakeside
swimming pool.
hTHAXTON’S LICKING RIVER
CANOE RENTAL
33 Hornbeek Rd., Butler
859-472-2000 | 877-643-8762
www.gopaddling.com
Offering cabin rentals and canoe, kayak
and tube trips on an internationally
recognized Class I river. m
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
165 W. Water St., Flemingsburg
606-845-1223
www.flemingkychamber.com
pEVERGREEN HILLS MAZE
1776 Taylor Mill Rd.,
Flemingsburg
606-782-1459
www.evergreen-hills-maze.com
Large evergreen maze made up of
12,000 pines covering 15 acres. Maze
is open year ‘round by appointment
and every weekend during Sept.
and Oct.
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FLEMING COUNTY COVERED
BRIDGE MUSEUM
119 E. Water St., Flemingsburg
606-845-1223
www.flemingkychamber.com/
museum.asp
The museum features the history of
covered bridges. Fleming County is the
“Official Covered Bridge Capital
of Kentucky.” b
gGODDARD COVERED BRIDGE
Ky Hwy. 32, Flemingsburg
606-845-1223
www.flemingkychamber.com
The only surviving example of Ithiel Town
Lattice design in Kentucky. Timbers are
joined with wooden pegs. Open to traffic,
60 feet long.
gGRANGE CITY COVERED BRIDGE
Ky 111, Flemingsburg
606-845-1223
www.flemingkychamber.com
Located on KY 111 between Hillsboro and
Grange City. The 86 foot span is closed
to traffic.
gRINGOS MILL COVERED
BRIDGE
Ky Hwy 158, Flemingsburg
606-845-1223
www.flemingkychamber.com
Built in 1867. The bridge is a single span,
Burr truss, without arches. Served as a
link to a grist mill operation during the
1800s. National Register.
MAYSVILLE

MAYSVILLE-MASON
COUNTY CONVENTION &
VISITORS BUREAU
216 Bridge St., Maysville
606-564-9419
www.cityofmaysville.com
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KENTUCKY GATEWAY
MUSEUM CENTER
215 Sutton St., Maysville
606-564-5865
www.kygmc.org
Three dynamic collections in one historic
location: genealogical and historical
research library, regional history and the
KSB Miniatures collection. bam
gALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON
HOUSE
503 S. Court St., Maysville
606-759-7411
www.cityofmaysville.com
Confederate General Johnston’s birth and
life in Washington, Ky. am
BIG ROCK OFF ROAD PARK
8157 Stonelick Rd., Maysville
606-759-8204
www.bigrockoffroadpark.com
Kentucky’s premier privately-owned off-
road park. m
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BRAMEL’S HICKORY HILL
NURSERY & PLANTATION INC.
6037 Mill Creek Pk., Mays lick
606-742-2596
www.hickoryhillnursery.com
Offering 1861 Civil War Plantation tours,
four greenhouses, full-service plant nursery
and professional landscape services. am
gMEFFORD’S FORT
Old Main St., Maysville
606-759-7411
www.cityofmaysville.com
The only known flatboat house still in
existence. Built in part from a flatboat in
1787. The Mefford’s raised 13 children in
this authentic log cabin. am
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NATIONAL UNDERGROUND
RAILROAD MUSEUM
38 W. Fourth St., Maysville
606-564-3200
www.cityofmaysville.com
Represents the local effort to preserve
and display artifacts that chronicles the
life on the Underground Railroad.
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OLD CHURCH MUSEUM
Old Main St., Maysville
606-759-7411
www.cityofmaysville.com
The second church used by the congre-
gation first formed in 1786. Prior to the
Civil War, the Methodists split into M. E.
Church North and M. E. Church South.
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PARADISE BREEZE FAMILY
ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX
3177 AA Hwy., Maysville
606-759-9416
www.paradisebreezeky.com
Offers two water slides, one body slide
and one tube slide. There are many play
features in the zero-depth entry pool.
Also offers a full cafe. bm
MOUNT OLIVET
gJOHNSON CREEK
COVERED BRIDGE
Ky 1029, Mount Olivet
606-564-6986
Built in 1874, this 131 foot Smith truss-
designed bridge is no longer in use.
NORTHERN KY

CINCINNATI USA REGIONAL
TOURISM
50 E. Rivercenter Blvd., Ste. 810,
Covington
859-581-2260
www.cincinnatiusa.com
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NORTHERN KENTUCKY
CONVENTION & VISITORS
BUREAU
50 E. Rivercenter Blvd., Ste.
200, Covington
859-261-4677 | 877-659-8474
www.nkycvb.com
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hBB RIVERBOATS
101 Riverboat Row, Newport
859-261-8500 | 800-261-8586
www.bbriverboats.com
Dining, sightseeing and holiday cruises.
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BEHRINGER-CRAWFORD
MUSEUM
Devou Park, 1600 Montague Rd.,
Covington
859-491-4003
www.bcmuseum.org
Travel through Northern Kentucky’s
history along rivers, roads, rails and
runways enjoying artifacts, child-friendly
displays and hands-on activities. bam
pBIG BONE LICK STATE PARK
3380 Beaver Rd., Union
859-384-3522
parks.ky.gov
National Natural Landmark.
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CAMPBELL COUNTY LOG
CABIN MUSEUM
Box 890, Clayridge Rd.,
Alexandria, 859-635-5913
A local and agricultural history museum.
Farm equipment, log cabins, tools, a
steam engine and more. Open 10 until
dark, March-Nov. ba
gCARROLL CHIMES
BELL TOWER
W. Sixth St. at Philadelphia St.,
Covington
859-655-4159 | 800-782-6959
This is a 43-bell carillon in a German
Gothic clock tower.
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CREATION MUSEUM
2800 Bullittsburg Church Rd.,
Petersburg
888-582-4253 | 888-582-4253
www.creationmuseum.org
A 70,000-square-foot museum that
provides a biblical walk through history.
Complete with state-of-the-art special
effects theater and planetarium. bm
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ELK CREEK VINEYARDS
150 Hwy. 330, Owenton
502-484-0005
www.elkcreekvineyards.com
Offers a wide choice of award-winning
wines that are produced and bottled
on-site. bam
gLARKSPUR PRESS
340 Sawdridge Creek Rd. W.,
Owenton
502-484-5390
www.larkspurpress.com
Publishing crafts and arts in a well-
designed and well-made way while
keeping the traditional art of letter press
printing alive. bam
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OWEN COUNTY HISTORICAL
SOCIETY MUSEUM
206 N. Main St., Owenton
502-484-2529
www.owencountyhistory.com
Explore the people, places and history
of Owen County. bam
SPARTA
KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY
4760 Sparta Pk., Sparta
859-567-3400 | 888-652-7223
www.kentuckyspeedway.com
A 1.5-mile tri-oval which hosts NASCAR,
Sprint Cup, the Indy Racing League,
ARCA and other national series. The
track also offer five driving schools for
fans. bam
VANCEBURG
gCABIN CREEK COVERED
BRIDGE
Ky 984, Fearisville
606-796-2722
www.visitlewiscountyky.com/
thingstodo.html
Built in 1867, 114 feet long, Burr truss
design. Closed to traffic in 1983. KY 984,
4.5 miles NW of Tollesboro.
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VANCEBURG RAILROAD
DEPOT MUSEUM
218 Main St., Vanceburg
606-796-0238
www.visitvanceburg.com/depot.html
Historical memorabilia, local military
history, photos, books and more are
displayed. ba
WARSAW
gMARKLAND LOCKS AND DAM
US 42 West, Warsaw
Concrete dam bridge and locks that
span the Ohio River. It is 1395 feet long,
and connects Gallatin County, KY, and
Switzerland, IN.
WILLIAMSTOWN

GRANT COUNTY TOURIST &
CONVENTION COMMISSION
149 N. Main St., Williamstown
859-824-3451 | 800-382-7117
www.grantcokentuckytourism.com m
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BARKERS BLACKBERRY
HILL WINERY
16629 Mount Zion Verona Rd.,
Crittenden
859-428-0377 |
Specializing in sweet and dry fruit wines:
blackberry, cherry, strawberry, apple and
mead (honey) wines. Call for tasting and
tour appointments. am
gDINSMORE HOMESTEAD
5656 Burlington Pk. (Route 18),
Burlington
859-586-6117
www.dinsmorefarm.org
This 1842 historic site houses the belong-
ings of five generations of one family with
links to two generations of the Roosevelts
and George Washington. bam
pEARTHJOY ADVENTURES/REC.
TREE CLIMBING
3811 Dead Timber Rd., California
859-653-2907
www.climbtreeswithearthjoy.com
Professional guides take one on vertical
hikes into the canopy tops. Work with
team building and branch climbing activ-
ies. am
FLORENCE FREEDOM
7950 Freedom Way, Florence
859-594-4487
www.florencefreedom.com
Members of the 12 team Independent
Professional Baseball Frontier League.
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FORT THOMAS MILITARY AND
COMMUNITY MUSEUM
940 Cochran St., Fort Thomas
859-441-1055
www.ftthomas.org
Exhibits of military, Fort Thomas commu-
nity, Beverly Hills Supper Club, Highlands
High School, Fort Thomas Conservancy. a

FUNNY BONE COMEDY CLUB
One Levee Way, Ste. 2125,
Newport
859-957-2000
www.funnyboneonthelevee.com
Featuring national acts of outstanding
caliber. bm

GAMEWORKS
One Levee Way, Ste. 2130,
Newport
859-581-7529
www.gameworks.com
GameWorks provides a high-energy, fun
experience with games, drinks and great
food, all in one location. bm

HOFBRAUHAUS NEWPORT
200 E. Third St., Newport
859-491-7200
www.hofbrauhausnewport.com
The first authentic Hofbrauhaus outside
of Munich, Germany. It features a truly
authentic Bavarian dining and entertain-
ment experience. bam
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JAMES A. RAMAGE CIVIL
WAR MUSEUM
1402 Highland Ave., Fort Wright
859-344-1145
www.fortwright.com
Visitors learn about the defense of
Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati
during the Civil War and how the
community came together to defend
the area. bm
gJANE’S SADDLEBAG
BIG BONE LICK KENTUCKY
13989 Ryle Rd., Union
859-384-6617 | 859-743-2975
www.bigbonelick.com
Hands-on heritage educational center,
with restaurant, petting zoo, historical
buildings and more.
gKENTUCKY SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
540 Linden Ave., Newport
859-431-6216
www.kyso.org
Each KSO program contains both familiar
and unique repertoire presented in a
thematic context that is compelling and
entertaining. bm

LEAPIN LIZARD GALLERY
726 Main St., Covington
859-581-2728
www.leapinlizardgallery.com
Music, art, performances and private par-
ties. Something for everyone.

MAINSTRASSE VILLAGE
406 W 6th St., Ste 201,
Covington
859-491-0458 |
www.mainstrasse.org
The village is a restored 19th century
German neighborhood with shops and
restaurants joined by cobblestone
walkways.

MONMOUTH THEATRE
636 Monmouth St., Newport
859-655-9140
www.monmouththeatre.com
Northern Kentucky’s most eclectic enter-
tainment venue, located in the heart of
Newport’s Renaissance District.
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MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY
Northern Kentucky University,
Highland Heights
859-572-5259
anthropologymuseum.nku.edu
The museum exhibits cultural materials
from throughout the world. bam

NEWPORT AQUARIUM
One Aquarium Way, Newport
859-261-7444 | 800-406-3474
www.newportaquarium.com
Showcasing thousands of animals from
around the world in a million gallons of
water. Interactive activities, like touch-
ing a shark or meeting penguins.
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NEWPORT ON THE LEVEE
One Levee Way, Newport
859-291-0550 | 866-538-3359
www.newportonthelevee.com
Located just across the river from down-
town Cincinnati, the retail, restaurant and
entertainment complex features a year-
round schedule of events.
hQUEEN CITY RIVERBOATS
303 O’Fallon Ave., Dayton
859-292-8688
www.queencityriverboats.com
Take a relaxing tour on the Mighty Ohio
River. Come learn how the Ohio River
came to make Cincinnati the “Queen” she
is today. ba
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RAILWAY MUSEUM OF
GREATER CINCINNATI
315 W. Southern Ave.,
Covington
859-491-7245
www.cincirailmuseum.org
Interiors of railroad cars, railroad memo-
rabilia and locomotives are displayed at
this educational museum.

RIDE THE DUCKS
NEWPORT
Newport on the Levee, Newport
859-815-1439
www.newportducks.com
Sightseeing fun from a duck’s-eye view.
Travel on land and water in one amazing
vehicle. Tour the streets and splash into
the Ohio River. bam
gRIVERWALK STATUE TOUR
Riverside Dr., Covington
859-655-4159
Seven life-like bronze figures along
the Riverwalk including the statue of
James Bradley. b
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STONEBROOK WINERY
6570 Vineyard Ln.,
Campsprings
859-635-0111
www.stonebrookwinery.com
Visit the vineyard and take a tour of the
production facility. Enjoy a wine tasting.
Reserve dinners are also available.
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j TURFWAY PARK
RACE COURSE
7500 Turfway Rd., Florence
859-371-0200 | 800-733-0200
www.turfway.com
Offers liveThoroughbred racing during
the fall, winter and early spring. Open
year ‘round for simulcast racing from
top tracks around the country.
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gWORLD PEACE BELL AND
EXHIBIT CENTER
425 York St., Newport
859-655-7700
www.worldpeacebell.com
The world’s largest swinging bell, “The
World Peace Bell,” was created by the
Verdin Company and installed at the
Millennium Monument site. bm
Experience it all!
Discover the breath-taking scenery, festivals, spectator
sports, museums, family fun and lots of shopping
Northern Kentucky
has it all!
Call for your free
visitors guide and
package info!
800-225-TRIP Ext NK 16
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Additional accommodation options appear
in the State Parks, Marina and Campground
grids throughout this guide. For a complete
list, visit www.kentuckytourism.com and click
on “Places to Stay.”
AUGUSTA
HAWK WOOD HALL 606-402-0118 B 5
1941 Bradford Rd., Augusta
www.hawkwoodhall.com
THE PARKVIEW COUNTRY INN 606-756-2603 B $$$ 9

103 W. Second St., Augusta
www.parkviewcountryinn.com m
CARROLLTON
BEST WESTERN EXECUTIVE INN 502-732-8444 H $$$ 50
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10 Slumber Ln., Carrollton 800-937-8376
www.bestwestern.com mj
GENERAL BUTLER STATE RESORT
PARK 502-732-4384 R $$ 53

1608 Hwy. 227, Carrollton 866-462-8853
parks.ky.gov ma
HAMPTON INN 502-732-0700 H $$$ 60
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Seven Slumber Ln., Carrollton 800-426-7866
www.hamptoninn.com m
HIGHLAND HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 502-732-5559 B $$ 3

1705 Highland Ave., Carrollton
www.bbonline.com/ky/highland m
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 502-732-6770 H $$ 64
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147 Hospitality Way, Carrollton 800-465-4329
www.holidayinnexpress.com m
THE POET’S HOUSE 502-347-0135 B $$$

501 Main St., Ghent
www.bbonline.com/ky/poetshouse
SUPER 8 MOTEL 502-732-0252 H 46

130 Slumber Ln., Carrollton 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
CORINTH
MULLINS LOG CABIN 859-322-3082 C 1
305 Scaffold Lick Rd., Corinth 800-382-7117
www.mullinslogcabin.net j
THREE SPRINGS SUITES 859-806-3030 H $$ 14
1550 Owenton Rd., Corinth
www.threesprings.net cj
DRY RIDGE
COMFORT INN 859-824-7121 H $$ 61

1050 Fashion Ridge Rd., Dry Ridge 800-465-4329
www.choicehotels.com j
MICROTEL INNS & SUITES 859-824-2000 H $$ 40

79 Blackburn Ln., Dry Ridge 800-771-7171
www.microtelinn.com j
OAK HARBOR 859-824-6446 C $$$$ 4
1500 Peaceful Hollow Rd., Dry Ridge
www.vrbo.com/45396 j
SUPER 8 MOTEL 859-824-3700 H $$ 50

88 Blackburn Ln., Dry Ridge 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
FLEMINGSBURG
PAR-A-DOX FARMS BED &
BREAKFAST 606-267-9003 B $$ 3

2555 Nepton Rd., Ewing
www.paradoxfarms.com m
FALMOUTH
PADDLER’S INN 859-472-2000 C
33 Hornbeck Rd., Ste. 2, Butler
www.gopaddling.com ja
MAYSVILLE
BEST WESTERN MAYSVILLE INN 606-759-5696 H $$ 54
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1428A U.S. Hwy. 68 S., Maysville 800-528-1234
www.bestwesternkentucky.com mj
DAYS INN 606-564-6793 H $$ 114
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484 Moody Dr., Maysville 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com cj
FRENCH QUARTER INN 606-564-8000 H $$$ 63

25 E. McDonald Pkwy., Maysville 800-966-9892
www.frenchquarterInn.com mcj
HAMPTON INN 606-759-0600 H $$$ 93
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503 Market Place Dr., Maysville 800-426-7866
www.hamptoninn_hilton.com m
MARGIE’S SOUTHERN B&B 606-563-9424 B $$ 6

130 Market St., Maysville
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MOON RIVER BED AND BREAKFAST 606-563-8812 B 3

320 Market St., Maysville 866-823-1946
www.moonriverbedandbreakfast.com mj
SUPER 8 606-759-8888 H $$ 46

550 Tucker Dr., Maysville 800-800-8000
www.super8.com mj
NORTHERN KY
BURLINGTON’S WILLIS GRAVES BED
AND BREAKFAST 859-689-5096 B $$$$ 5

5825 N. Jefferson St., Burlington 888-226-5096
www.burligrave.com m
AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN 859-283-2030 H $ 50
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7810 Commerce Dr., Florence 866-842-5480
www.americasbestvalueinn.com mj Ad Page 13
ASHLEY QUARTERS 859-525-9997 H $$$ 71
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4880 Houston Rd., Florence 888-525-9997
www.ashleyquarters.com mj
BEST WESTERN FLORENCE 859-525-0090 H $$ 51
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7821 Commerce Dr., Florence 800-780-7234
www.bestwestern.com mj
CHRISTOPHER’S BED & BREAKFAST 859-491-9354 B $$ 3

604 Poplar St., Bellevue 888-585-7085
www.christophersbb.com m
CINCINNATI AIRPORT MARRIOTT 859-586-0166 H $$ 295
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2395 Progress Dr., Hebron 800-696-0165
www.cincinnatiairportmarriott.com mc
CINCINNATI MARRIOTT AT
RIVERCENTER 859-261-2900 H $$$$ 321

10 W. Rivercenter Blvd., Covington 800-266-6605
www.cincinnatimarriottrivercenter.com mc
CINCINNATI’S WELLER HAUS BED
AND BREAKFAST 859-431-6829 B $$$$ 5

319 Poplar St., Bellevue 800-431-4287
www.wellerhaus.com mj
CLARION INN & SUITES 859-371-0081 H $$$ 112
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30 Cavalier Ct., Florence 800-444-6423
www.choicehotels.com mj
COMFORT INN GREATER
CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-647-2700 H $$ 53

7454 Turfway Rd., Florence 877-358-9675
www.choicehotels.com mj
COMFORT INN GREATER
CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-727-3400 H $$ 145
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630 Donaldson Rd., Erlanger 800-228-5150
www.choicehotels.com mj
COMFORT INN WALTON 859-485-2330 H $$ 54

164 Winning Colors Dr., Walton 800-465-4329
www.choicehotels.com m
COMFORT SUITES
CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-980-0555 H $$$ 70
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775 Petersburg Rd., Hebron 800-424-6423
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COMFORT SUITES RIVERFONT 859-291-6700 H $$$ 124

420 Riverboat Row, Newport 800-424-6423
www.musselmanhotels.com m
COUNTRY HEARTH INN ERLANGER 859-342-7111 H $ 99
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599 Donaldson Hwy., Erlanger
www.motel6.com mj
COUNTRY INN & SUITES
CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-689-0700 H $$$ 86
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759 Petersburg Rd., Hebron
www.countryinns.com m
COUNTRY INN & SUITES WILDER 859-441-3707 H

10 Country Dr., Wilder 800-596-2375
www.countryinns.com m
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CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-647-9900 H $$$ 120

3990 Olympic Blvd., Erlanger 800-627-7468
www.marriott.com mc
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT -
CINCINNATI AIRPORT SOUTH 859-371-6464 H $$$ 75
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www.marriott.com mc
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT -
CINCINNATI/COVINGTON 859-491-4000 H $$ 194

500 W. Third St., Covington 800-321-2211
www.marriott.com mc
DAYS INN 859-371-4800 H $$ 150
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www.daysinn.com mj
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DAYS INN FORT WRIGHT 859-341-8801 H $$ 115

1945 Dixie Hwy., Fort Wright 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com cj
DOUBLETREE HOTEL
CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-371-6166 H $$$ 177

2826 Terminal Dr., Hebron 800-445-8667
www.cincinnatiairport.doubletree.com mcj
DRAWBRIDGE HOTEL &
CONVENTION CENTER 859-341-2800 H $$$ 381
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2477 Royal Dr., Fort Mitchell 800-354-9793
www.drawbridgehotel.com mcj
ECONO LODGE 859-342-5500 H $$ 70

633 Donaldson Rd., Erlanger 880-533-2666
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ECONO LODGE/RICHWOOD 859-485-4123 H $$ 55
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11165 Frontage Rd., Richwood 800-553-2666
www.econolodge.com mj
EMBASSY SUITES CINCINNATI -
RIVER CENTER 859-261-8400 H $$$$
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10 E. Rivercenter Blvd., Covington 800-362-2779
www.embassysuitesrivercenter.com mcj
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA/
FLORENCE 859-282-7829 H $$ 101

7350 Turfway Rd., Florence 800-398-7829
www.extstay.com mj
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA
CINCINNATI-COVINGTON 859-581-3000 H $$ 105

650 W. Third St., Covington 800-804-3724
www.extendedstayhotels.com mj
FIRST FARM INN 859-586-0199 B $$$ 2

2510 Stevens Rd., Petersburg
www.firstfarminn.com mj
GATEWAY BED & BREAKFAST 859-581-6447 B $$$ 3

326 E. Sixth St., Newport 888-891-7500
www.gatewaybb.com m
GRACE MANOR BED AND BREAKFAST 859-491-4213 B

828 Linden Ave., Newport 877-645-7208
www.gracemanorbb.com
HAMPTON INN & SUITES WILDER 859-441-3049 H 94
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www.hampton.com
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AIRPORT NORTH 859-689-1960 H $$$ 83
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HAMPTON INN CINCINNATI
AIRPORT SOUTH 859-283-1600 H $$$ 117
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www.hamptoninn.com m
HAMPTON INN RIVERFRONT 859-581-7800 H $$$ 151
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www.cincinnatiriverfront.hamptoninn.com m
HILTON CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-371-4400 H $$$ 306

7373 Turfway Rd., Florence 800-445-8667
www.hiltoncincinnatiairport.com mcj
HOLIDAY INN - RIVERFRONT 859-291-4300 H $$$ 152

600 W. Third St., Covington 800-465-4329
www.holiday-inn.com mc
HOLIDAY INN CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-371-2233 H $$$ 305

1717 Airport Exchange Blvd., Erlanger 800-465-4329
www.holidayinn.com mc
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 859-493-0900 H
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES 859-957-2320 H $$$ 73
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www.hiexpress.com m
HOLIDAY INN FLORENCE HOTEL 859-980-1700 H $$$ 85

7905 Freedom Way, Florence 800-315-2621
www.holidayinn.com mcj
HOMEWOOD SUITES HILTON 859-283-2111 H
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www.homewoodsuites1.hilton.com
HYATT PLACE CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-647-1170 H $$$ 127
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KNIGHTS INN OF FLORENCE 859-371-9711 H $ 114
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8049 Dream St., Florence 800-210-9759
www.knightsinn.com mj
LAQUINTA INN & SUITES
CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-282-8212 H $$ 74
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350 Meijer Dr., Florence 800-753-3757
www.lq.com mj
LOOKOUT MOTEL 859-431-5141 H $ 29

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MICROTEL INN & SUITES 859-746-8100 H $$ 83

7490 Woodspoint Dr., Florence
www.microtelflorence.com mj
MORGAN’S FRONTIER INN 859-371-6763 C $ 8

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MOTEL 6/FLORENCE 859-283-0909 H $ 78

7937 Dream St., Florence
www.motel6.com mj
QUALITY INN & SUITES 859-746-0300 H $$ 107
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www.qualityinncvg.com mj
QUALITY INN & SUITES 859-371-4700 H $$ 100
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www.choicehotels.com mcj
RADISSON HOTEL CINCINNATI
RIVERFRONT 859-491-1200 H $$ 220

668 W. Fifth St., Covington 800-333-3333
www.cincinnatiradisson.com mc
RAMADA FLORENCE 859-371-2700 H $$ 105

8050 Holiday Pl., Florence
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RESIDENCE INN CINCINNATI AIRPORT 859-282-7400 H $$$ 150
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www.marriott.com mj
RIVERFRONT TRAVELODGE 859-291-4434 H $$ 99

222 York St., Newport 800-578-7878
www.travelodge.com
RODEWAY INN 859-331-1400 H $$ 85
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www.choicehotels.com mj
SPRINGHILL SUITES CINCINNATI
AIRPORT SOUTH 859-371-3388 H
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www.marriott.com m
STAY LODGE HOTEL 859-746-2400 H $ 143

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EXTENDED STAY HOTEL 859-746-0172 H $$ 71

200 Meijer Dr., Florence 800-646-8000
www.extstay.com mj
SUPER 8 859-341-2090 H $$ 100

2350 Royal Dr., Fort Mitchell 800-800-8000
www.super8.com j
SUPER 8 MOTEL/FLORENCE 859-283-1221 H $$ 92
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www.super8.com mj
TRAVELODGE/FLORENCE 859-371-0277 H $$ 95

8075 Steilen Dr., Florence 800-578-7878
www.travelodge.com m
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uSA HoTelS-AiRpoRT 859-331-1500 H $$ 70
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vAlue plACe 859-371-0611 H

40 Cavalier Blvd., Florence
www.valueplace.com
THe WAllACe HouSe Bed
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120 Wallace Ave., Covington 888-942-8177
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WildWood iNN 859-371-6300 H $$$ 120
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floReNCe HeRiTAge iNN 859-980-1380

7820 Commerce dr., Florence H
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1860 georgetown rd., owenton
www.elkcreekhuntclub.com mj
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4940 Ky 227 N., Wheatley
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NigHT & dAy Bed & BReAKfAST 502-484-3581 B $$$

8170 Hwy. 127 s., owenton
peRRy pARK golf ReSoRT 502-484-2159 C $$$ 64

595 springport Ferry rd., Perry Park
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RAgTime Bed, BARN & BReAKfAST 517-980-0380 B $$$ 4

2310 Breck rd., owenton
www.ragtimebb.com
SeReNiTy WoodS CoTTAge 502-229-4705 C $$$ 1

515 Wilson Ln., owenton
www.serenitywoodscottage.com
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3060 u.s. 127 & i-71, glencoe cj
BACKWood ACReS Bed & BReAKfAST 859-643-3118 B $$$

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www.backwoodacres.com mj
RAmAdA @ THe Ky SpeedWAy 859-567-7223 H 78
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www.ramadasparta.com mj
SpeedWAy iNN 859-643-1999 C $ 19

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1519 sparta Pk., Warsaw
SmuggleRS Cove mARiNA ANd moTel 859-567-7601 H $

1150 u.s. 42 W., Warsaw
www.smugglerscovemarinaonline.com cja
RiveRSide iNN Bed & BReAKfAST 859-567-1329 B $$$$

85 us Hwy. 42 east, Warsaw 877-313-7298
www.riversideinnbb.com/
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dAyS iNN 859-824-5025 H $$ 50
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www.daysinn.com mcj
fouNTAiN iNN 859-823-1211 H 18

517 s. Main st., Williamstown
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3021 AA Hwy. N, Brooksville
www.cabinruncreek.com
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mANdoliN fARm 606-845-3693 300
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www.riverridgepark.com k fj
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AUGUSTA BOAT DOCK AND MARINA 606-756-2183 10

River and E. Second St., Augusta
www.augustaky.com
DRY RIDGE
BUD’S LIVE BAIT SHOP 859-824-0083 5 P,C

370 McFarland Dr., Corinth
www.budslivebaitshop.com ae
REYNOLDS BOAT DOCK 859-428-1644 8 P

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565 Kincaid Park Rd., Falmouth
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BOONE’S LANDING MARINA
AND CAMPGROUND 859-384-9800

14036 Boat Dock Rd., Union
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MAYSVILLE
MAYSVILLE RIVER PARK MARINA 606-564-2520

100 Main St., Maysville
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PIER 99 MARINA 859-567-8811

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GENERAL BUTLER STATE RESORT PARK 9 3
1608 Hwy. 227, Carrollton 502-732-4384
parks.ky.gov
FALMOUTH
KINCAID LAKE STATE PARK 9 36
565 Kincaid Park Rd., Falmouth 859-654-9203
parks.ky.gov
FLEMINGSBURG
FLEMING COUNTY GOLF COURSE 9 3
1469 Maysville Rd., Flemingsburg 606-849-8161

MAYSVILLE
KENTON STATION GOLF COURSE 9 70 C,P $
1306 Golf Manor Dr., Maysville 606-759-7154

LAUREL OAKS GOLF CLUB 18 72 C,P $
808 U.S. Hwy. 62, Maysville 606-759-5011

MAYSVILLE-MASON COUNTY RECREATION PARK 9 3
2340 Old Main St., Maysville 606-564-9419
www.cityofmaysville.com
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A. J. JOLLY GOLF COURSE & CAMPGROUND 18 71 P
11541 Alexandria Pk., Alexandria 859-635-2106
www.ajjolly.com
BOONE LINKS 27 72 C,P $$
19 Clubhouse Dr., Florence 859-371-7550
www.boonecountyky.org
DEVOU PARK GOLF COURSE 18 70 C,P $$
1344 Audubon Rd., Covington 859-431-8030
www.devouparkgolf.com
FLAGG SPRINGS GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P $
3670 Smith Rd., California 859-635-2170
www.flaggsprings.com
FOX RUN COURSE 18 72 A $$
3908 Richardson Rd., Independence 859-371-3200
www.kentoncounty.org
HICKORY STICKS GOLF CLUB 18 71
3812 Painter Rd., California 859-635-8000
www.hickorysticks.com
LASSING POINTE 18 71 A $$
2266 Double Eagle Dr., Union 859-384-2266
www.boonecountyky.org
MEADOWOOD GOLF COURSE 9 35
1991 Golf Club Dr., Burlington 859-585-0422
PIONEER GOLF COURSE 18 71 A $
3908 Richardson Rd., Independence 859-371-3200
www.kentoncounty.org 877-662-4653
TWIN OAKS GOLF & PLANTATION CLUB 18 70 C,P
450 E. 43rd St., Covington 859-581-2410
www.golfattwinoaks.com
WILLOWS COURSE 18 72 A $$
3908 Richardson Rd., Independence 859-371-3200
www.kentoncounty.org
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FAIRWAY COTTAGES AND FAIRWAY
GOLF COURSE 18 71 A $

4940 Ky 227 N., Wheatley 502-463-2338
www.fairwaygolfcourse.com
PERRY PARK GOLF RESORT 27 72 A $$

595 Springport Ferry Rd., Perry Park 502-484-2159
www.perryparkgolfresort.com
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TEE CITY GOLF COURSE, LLC 9 36 C,P $
192 Hamrick Hollow, Tollesboro 606-202-1107
www.visitlewiscountyky.com/teecity.html
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SUGAR BAY GOLF COURSE 18 71 C,P $$
975 Dry Creek Rd., Warsaw 859-567-2601
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Albany ............................81, 84, 87, 88
Ashland ................................ 50, 54, 58
Auburn ............................................... 76
Augusta ...........................147, 149, 152
Aurora .......................................95, 100
Barbourville ........................59, 64, 68
Bardstown .....44, 111, 118, 125, 129
Bardwell.............................................89
Barlow ................................................89
Beattyville .....................59, 64, 68, 71
Beaver Dam ....................................109
Bedford ...........................111, 118, 129
Benham ...................................... 59, 64
Benton ......................89, 95, 100, 102
Berea .............. 47, 130, 140, 145, 146
Booneville ............................59, 64, 71
Bowling Green ............73, 76, 79, 80
Brandenburg ...................................111
Bronston.............................. 84, 87, 88
Brooks ..................................... 118, 129
Brooksville .......................................151
Brownsville .................................73, 76
Buckhorn .............................59, 68, 71
Burkesville .....................81, 84, 87, 88
Burnside ........................81, 84, 87, 88
Cadiz .........................89, 95, 100, 102
Calvert City .....................95, 100, 102
Campbellsville .............81, 84, 87, 88
Campton ...........................................64
Caneyville ....................................... 118
Carlisle ...........................130, 140, 145
Carrollton .............. 147, 149, 151, 152
Catlettsburg ....................... 50, 54, 58
Cave City ..............................73, 76, 79
Central City...................104, 109, 110
Clarkson .......................................... 118
Clay City .............................................71
Clinton ............................... 89, 95, 102
Cloverport .......................................111
Columbia ......................81, 84, 87, 88
Columbus ................................89, 100
Corbin ............................59, 64, 68, 71
Corinth ............................................. 149
Crestwood .......................................111
Cub Run ............................... 73, 79, 80
Cumberland ........................59, 64, 71
Cunningham .................................. 102
Cynthiana ...............................130, 140
Danville .................130, 140, 145, 146
Dawson Springs ..........104, 109, 110
Dixon ................................................104
Dry Ridge .......................149, 151, 152
Dunmor ........................................... 110
Eddyville ..........89, 96, 100, 102, 103
Edmonton ......................................... 78
Elizabethtown ......111, 118, 125, 129
Elkhorn City ............................... 50, 56
Elkton .................................................89
Evarts ....................................59, 64, 68
Falls of Rough ...112, 120, 125, 127, 129
Falmouth ............... 147, 149, 151, 152
Flemingsburg ....... 147, 149, 151, 152
Fordsville .........................................104
Fort Knox ................................120, 129
Frankfort ...............130, 140, 145, 146
Franklin ..........................73, 78, 79, 80
Frenchburg ......................... 50, 54, 56
Fulton ........................................ 96, 101
Georgetown ........132, 140, 145, 146
Gilbertsville ..... 89, 96, 101, 102, 103
Glasgow ........................74, 78, 79, 80
Glendale ..................................112, 125
Golden Pond ........................... 89, 101
Grand Rivers ............ 89, 96, 101, 102
Grayson ............................... 50, 54, 56
Greensburg ............................... 81, 88
Greenup ....................... 50, 54, 56, 58
Greenville ...............................104, 109
Guthrie ...............................................89
Hardin .............. 93, 96, 101, 102, 103
Hardinsburg .......................... 112, 120
Harlan .............................59, 64, 68, 71
Harrodsburg ........ 132, 142, 145, 146
Hartford .................................. 104, 110
Hawesville .......................................104
Hazard ......................................... 59, 64
Henderson ....................104, 109, 110
Hickman .......................... 93, 102, 103
Hindman ..............................59, 68, 71
Hodgenville .................. 112, 120, 129
Hopkinsville ...................... 93, 96, 103
Horse Cave ...................74, 78, 79, 80
Hyden ...................................60, 64, 68
Inez ..................................................... 54
Irvine .............................. 60, 64, 68, 71
Irvington .......................................... 112
Jackson ......................................60, 64
Jamestown ...................81, 85, 87, 88
Jenkins ................................................71
Kevil ...........................................96, 103
Kuttawa............................ 96, 101, 102
La Center ..................................98, 103
LaGrange ...................... 112, 120, 129
Lancaster ..............134, 142, 145, 146
Lawrenceburg ....134, 142, 145, 146
Lebanon ............... 112, 120, 125, 129
Ledbetter ......................................... 103
Leitchfield ....112, 120, 125, 127, 129
Lewisport ...............................104, 109
Lexington .............134, 142, 145, 146
Liberty .................................. 81, 85, 88
Livermore ........................................ 110
London ......................... 60, 64, 68, 71
Loretto ............................................. 112
Louisa ............................ 50, 54, 56, 58
Louisville ....... 112, 114, 120, 127, 129
Lucas ..............................74, 78, 79, 80
Lynch ...........................................60, 68
Madisonville .................104, 109, 110
Mammoth Cave .................74, 78, 79
Manchester .........................60, 66, 71
Marion ....................... 93, 98, 101, 103
Mayfield ............................. 93, 98, 103
Maysville ................ 147, 149, 151, 152
McDaniels .............................. 125, 127
McKee .........................................66, 68
Middlesboro ................ 60, 66, 68, 71
Midway ...................................136, 144
Monticello .....................81, 85, 87, 88
Morehead .................... 50, 54, 56, 58
Morganfield ........................... 104, 110
Morgantown .................................... 78
Mount Olivet .................................. 147
Mount Sterling ................... 50, 54, 58
Mount Vernon ............ 60, 66, 68, 71
Muldraugh ...................................... 124
Munfordville ...............................74, 78
Murray ..............94, 98, 101, 102, 103
Nancy .............................81, 85, 87, 88
Natural Bridge....................60, 66, 68
New Castle ............................ 114, 129
New Concord ..................................98
Nicholasville .................136, 144, 146
Northern KY ......... 147, 149, 151, 152
Oak Grove ..................................94, 98
Olive Hill ....................... 50, 54, 56, 58
Owensboro .........104, 108, 109, 110
Owenton ....................... 148, 151, 152
Owingsville ....................................... 52
Paducah ................... 94, 98, 101, 103
Paintsville ..................... 52, 54, 56, 58
Paris ................................136, 144, 146
Park City ........................74, 78, 79, 80
Perryville.......................................... 137
Pikeville ..........................52, 55, 56, 58
Pine Mountain .................................60
Pineville.................................60, 66, 71
Powderly ......................................... 110
Prestonsburg ...............52, 55, 56, 58
Princeton ..................................94, 100
Prospect .......................................... 129
Radclif .....................................114, 124
Renfro Valley ...................... 60, 68, 71
Richmond ............ 137, 144, 145, 146
Rosine ..............................................108
Russell Springs .............81, 85, 87, 88
Russellville............................74, 78, 80
Salem ................................................ 103
Salt Lick ................................ 55, 56, 58
Salyersville ..................................52, 55
Sandy Hook ................................52, 55
Scottsville ......................74, 78, 79, 80
Shelbyville .... 114, 124, 125, 127, 129
Shepherdsville .....116, 124, 127, 129
Smithland ........................................ 101
Smiths Grove ................................... 78
Somerset .......................81, 85, 87, 88
South Union ......................................74
Sparta ...................................... 148, 151
Springfield .................... 116, 125, 129
Stanford .........................138, 144, 145
Stearns ................................. 82, 86, 87
Sturgis .............................................. 110
Summer Shade ................................80
Taylorsville ............116, 125, 127, 129
Tompkinsville ......................74, 79, 80
Vanceburg .................... 148, 151, 152
Versailles ...............138, 144, 145, 146
Warsaw .......................... 148, 151, 152
West Liberty ........................52, 55, 58
West Point ....................................... 127
Whitesburg ................................60, 66
Whitley City ........................ 82, 86, 87
Wicklife ....................................94, 100
Williamsburg .......................62, 66, 71
Williamstown ........................ 148, 151
Wilmore ...........................................144
Winchester ..........139, 144, 145, 146
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American Cave Museum ...................... 74
Cascade Cave ..........................................50
Cub Run Cave ..........................................73
Diamond Caverns .................................. 74
Hidden River Cave ................................. 74
Kentucky Caverns .................................. 74
Lost River Cave and Valley ...................73
Mammoth Cave Adventures ...............73
Mammoth Cave National Park ........... 74
Mega Cavern ..........................................114
Onyx Cave ................................................73
Outlaw Cave ............................................73
Entertainment &
Theme Parks
Actors Theatre of Louisville ...............112
Badgett Playhouse .................................89
Barn, The .................................................132
Beech Bend Park & Splash Lagoon ...73
C.R. Wilson Bluegrass Friday Night ...116
Club on Main .........................................112
Dinosaur World .......................................73
Eddie Montgomery’s Steakhouse .... 134
Forgotten Past .........................................89
Fourth Street Live! ................................112
Fun Zone ...................................................73
Funny Bone Comedy Club ............... 148
Gameworks ........................................... 148
Guntown Mountain ...............................73
Hal Rogers Family Entertainment Center -
Kentucky Splash Waterpark...................62
Hofbrauhaus Newport ...................... 148
Kart Kountry ...........................................116
Kentucky Action Park/Jesse James
Stables......................................................73
Kentucky Opry .................................52, 89
Kentucky Down Under ......................... 74
Kentucky Repertory Theatre
at Horse Cave ........................................ 74
Kentucky Reptile Zoo ........................... 60
Kentucky Shores Family Fun Center 89
KentuckyShow! .....................................114
Krichets Music Ranch..........................114
Leapin Lizard Gallery .......................... 148
Lincoln Jamboree ................................112
Louisville Ghost Tours ........................114
Louisville Visual Art Association ......114
Louisville Zoo .........................................114
Maggies Jungle Golf and
Jungle Run ..............................................89
MainStrasse Village ............................. 148
Meadowgreen Park Bluegrass
Music Hall ............................................. 60
Monmouth Theatre ............................ 148
My Old Kentucky Home Dinner Train ..... 111
Newport Aquarium ............................. 148
Newport on the Levee ....................... 148
Openrange Indoor Gun Range &
Paintball Arena .................................... 111
Paradise Breeze Family
Entertainment Complex ..................147
Pine Knob Theatre ...............................112
Pioneer Playhouse Outdoor
Dinner Theatre ..................................... 130
Renfro Valley Entertainment Center 60
Ride the Ducks Newport................... 148
Rosine Barn Jamboree ...................... 108
Shepherdsville Music Show ..............116
Somernites Cruise ..................................82
SomerSplash Water Park .....................82
Stephen Foster Story ........................... 111
Twilight (Cabaret) Theatre
Productions............................................93
Twin Hills Drive-In ............................... 134
Venture River Water Park .....................89
WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour ...136
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park
Waterslide ...............................................73
Equestrian
Alpha Farm .............................................136
American Saddlebred Horse
Farm Tours ..............................................114
Annie’s Horsedrawn Carriage
Rides ......................................................94
Around the Town Carriage ................ 111
Big Red Stables ......................................132
Blue Grass Tours & Charters ............ 134
Churchill Downs ...................................112
Claiborne Horse Farm .........................137
Deer Run Stables ..................................137
DW Guided Tours ................................ 134
Ellis Park Race Course Inc. ............... 104
Green River Stables ............................... 81
Horse Farm Tours ................................ 134
Keeneland Race Track ....................... 134
Kentucky Dam Village
Riding Stables ........................................89
Kentucky Downs Race Course ..........73
Kentucky Horse Park .......................... 134
Lexington Livery Horse Drawn
Carriage Tours .....................................136
Little Big Horse Trails ...........................112
Louisville Horse Trams ........................114
Meadow Lake Equestrian Center ... 134
Old Friends Farm for Retired
Thoroughbreds ...................................132
Our Mims Retirement Haven ............137
Players Bluegrass Downs .....................94
Red Mile Harness Track ......................136
Saddle Up Elk Tours .............................. 60
Shadow Run Farm ................................136
Stables at Creekside Glen ....................62
StoneCrest Equine Center ...................52
Taylor Made Horse Farm ....................136
Thoroughbred Center ........................136
Thoroughbred Heritage Horse
Farm Tours ............................................136
Thoroughbred Park .............................136
Three Chimneys Farm .........................138
Thunder Ridge Racing &
Entertainment Complex ....................52
Turfway Park Race Course ............... 148
Twilight Riding School ........................139
UnBridled Horse Tours .......................136
Whispering Woods Riding Stables ..132
Winstar Farm ..........................................138
Wrangler’s Riding Stables ....................89
History & Culture
Abbey of Gethsemani ......................... 111
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National
Historical Park .......................................112
Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Home
at Knob Creek ......................................112
African Cemetery No. 2 ..................... 134
Albert Sidney Johnston House ........147
Ale-8-One Bottling Plant ...................139
Alice Allison Dunnigan House ............ 74
Amish Community .................................93
Amish/Mennonite Shops ..................... 81
Aviation Heritage Park ..........................73
Barthell Mining Camp ...........................82
ATTRACTIONS
Bourbon & Wine
Acres of Land Winery ..........................137
Alltech Lexington Brewing Company 134
Barkers Blackberry Hill Winery ....... 148
Barton 1792 Distillery &
Visitor Center ......................................... 111
Beer Engine ........................................... 130
Black Barn Winery ............................... 134
Bravard Vineyards & Winery ...............93
Broad Run Vineyards ...........................112
Brooks Hill Winery ...............................116
Bufalo Trace Distillery ....................... 130
CCC Trail Vineyard and Winery ..........50
Cedar Creek Vineyards .........................82
Chateau du Vieux Corbeau Winery ..... 130
Chrisman Mill Vineyard and Winery .....136
Corsair Artisan Distillery .......................73
Eddy Grove Vineyard .............................94
Elk Creek Vineyards ............................ 148
Equus Run Vineyards...........................136
First Vineyard .........................................136
Forest Edge Winery .............................116
Four Roses Distillery ........................... 134
Heaven Hill Distilleries Bourbon
Heritage Center .................................... 111
Highland Winery .....................................62
Horseshoe Bend Vineyards ...............116
Jean Farris Winery and Bistro .......... 134
Jim Beam American Outpost ...........116
Little Kentucky River Winery ............. 111
Long Lick Farm Winery .......................116
Lovers Leap Vineyards and Winery 134
Maker’s Mark Distillery ........................112
MillaNova Winery .................................116
Mint Julep Tours ...................................114
Purple Toad Winery ...............................94
Reid’s Livery Winery ..............................73
River Valley Winery ..............................147
Rock Springs Winery and Vineyard ..50
Rolling Hills Vineyard and Winery ...116
Ruby Moon Vineyard and Winery .. 104
Sinking Valley Winery ............................82
Smith-Berry Vineyard and Winery ..114
Springhill Winery .................................. 111
StoneBrook Winery ............................ 148
Talon Winery .................................114, 136
Wight-Meyer Winery ...........................116
Wild Turkey - Austin Nichols Distillery 134
Wildside Winery ....................................138
Woodford Reserve Distillery .............139
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Basilica of St. Joseph
Proto-Cathedral ................................... 111
Battle for the Bridge Historic
Preserve ................................................... 74
Beaumont Inn........................................132
Belle of Louisville ..................................112
Bennett’s Mill Covered Bridge ............52
Big South Fork Scenic Railway ...........82
Bill Monroe’s Birthplace .................... 108
Birthplace of African-American
Inventor Garrett Morgan ....................137
BitterSweet Cabin Village ................... 60
Blue Heron Mining Community ........82
Bodley-Bullock House ....................... 134
Boone Station Historic Site .............. 134
Brown Pusey House ............................ 111
Brown-Lanier House ............................. 81
Bufalo Gals Homemakers Barn
Quilt Trail ...............................................132
Bufalo Springs Cemetery .................138
Butler-Turpin State Historic
House .....................................................147
Cabin Creek Covered Bridge ........... 148
Camp Nelson Civil War
Heritage Park .........................................136
Camp Nelson National
Cemetery ........................................ 136
Camp Wildcat Civil War
Battlefield ............................................... 60
Cardome Centre...................................132
Carroll Chimes Bell Tower .................147
Casey House ............................................ 81
Cathedral of the Assumption ...........112
Civil War Fort at Boonesboro ...........139
Colville Covered Bridge......................137
Constitution Square State
Historic Site ......................................... 130
Copper Canyon Ranch .........................93
Cora Wilson Stewart Moonlight
School .......................................................50
County Geneology Room .................136
Daniel Boone’s Grave, Frankfort
Cemetery ............................................... 130
Dedman Drugstore ..............................132
Dinsmore Homestead ....................... 148
Dr. Thomas Walker State
Historic Site ............................................59
Duncan Memorial Chapel ................. 111
Duncan Tavern ......................................137
Edana Locus House ...............................93
Elizabethtown City Cemetery .......... 111
Everly Brothers Landmark ................ 104
Fairholm Historic Home .......................89
Fairview Cemetery & Confederate
Monument .............................................73
Farmington Historic Plantation ........112
Floral Clock ........................................... 130
Foot Bridge at Courthouse Square ... 81
Foothills Quilt Trail .................................50
Frazier History Museum .....................112
GM Corvette Assembly Plant .............73
Georgetown Cemetery ......................132
Glover’s Station ....................................... 81
Goddard Covered Bridge ..................147
Governor Ruby Lafoon
Log Cabin ............................................ 104
Governor’s Mansion ............................132
Grange City Covered Bridge ............147
Greenhill Cemetery .............................132
Habegger’s Amish Market ................... 74
Harrodsburg Historical Society
Morgan Row ......................................... 134
Heaven Hill Trolley ............................... 111
Henson Broom Shop &
General Store .........................................93
Hindman Settlement School ..............59
Historic Dils Cemetery & Gardens ....52
Historic Locust Grove .........................114
Historic Masterson House .................147
Historic McConnell House ..................50
Historical Fort Williams ......................... 74
Holly Rood Historic Home ................139
Homeplace on Green River ................ 81
Hunt-Morgan House &
Civil War Museum ............................... 134
Isaac Shelby Cemetery
Historic Site ......................................... 130
Jack Thomas House/Grayson Co.
Historical Society ...............................112
Jailer’s Home & Dungeon ................ 130
Jane’s Saddlebag Big Bone
Lick Kentucky ..................................... 148
Janice Holt & Henry Giles Home ...... 81
Jeferson Davis State Historic Site ....93
Jenny Wiley Gravesite ...........................52
John B. Begley Chapel ......................... 81
John Fox Jr. Genealogical Library ..137
Johnson Creek Covered Bridge ......147
Joseph Holt House and Grave ......... 111
Kentucky Artisan Heritage Trails......137
Kentucky Department for
Libraries & Archives............................132
Kentucky Native American
Heritage Museum ................................59
Kentucky Paveillon at Falls Creek ......50
Kentucky State Capitol .......................132
Kentucky Symphony Orchestra ..... 148
Kentucky Vietnam Veteran’s
Memorial ...............................................132
Knott County Historical &
Genealogical Society ..........................59
Larkspur Press ...................................... 148
Latrobe’s Pope Villa ............................ 134
Lebanon Civil War Park ......................112
Lebanon National Cemetery ............112
Leslie Morris Park on Fort Hill ...........132
Lexington Cemetery ...........................136
Liberty Bell ................................................ 81
Liberty Hall Historic Site .....................132
Lincoln Cabins at Freeman
Lake Park ............................................... 111
Little Loomhouse .................................114
Loretta Lynn’s Homeplace
“Butcher Holler” ....................................52
Louisville Free Public Library
Western Colored Branch .................114
Louisville Historic Tours .....................114
LowerTown Arts District .......................94
Magof n County Historical Society
Pioneer Village ......................................52
Markland Locks & Dam ..................... 148
Mary Todd Lincoln House .................136
Mayo Mansion .........................................52
Mayo Memorial United
Methodist Church .................................52
McDowell House and
Apothecary Shop .............................. 130
Meford’s Fort ........................................147
Mennonite Community ....................... 74
Mercury Building ................................. 130
Middle Creek National Battlefield .....52
Monroe County Marble Dome .......... 74
Morgan County Genealogy
Center ......................................................52
Mountain HomePlace ...........................52
Mt. Zion Covered Bridge ....................116
Mud Brick House .................................... 81
Nannine Clay Wallis House
& Arboretum .......................................137
Octagon Hall ........................................... 74
Old Bardstown Village ........................ 111
Old Governor’s Mansion ....................132
Old Morrison Building ........................136
Old Mud Meeting House .................. 134
Old Mulkey Meetinghouse State
Historic Site ............................................ 74
Old State Capitol ..................................132
Oldtown Covered Bridge .....................50
Oliver Perry/White House .................136
Pate House ............................................ 104
Patti’s 1880’s Settlement ......................89
Perryville Battlefield State
Historic Site ..........................................137
Pewee Valley Cemetery .....................112
Pine Mountain Settlement School ... 60
Pisgah Presbyterian Church..............138
Pleasant Retreat - Governor William
Owsley House .................................... 134
Portal 31 Mine Tour ............................... 60
Rebecca Ruth Candy & Tours...........132
Red River Meeting House
and Cemetery ........................................ 74
Richmond Cemetery ..........................137
Ringos Mill Covered Bridge ...............147
Riverview at Hobson Grove ................73
Riverwalk Statue Tour ........................ 148
Rosine Cemetery ................................. 108
Ruth Hunt Candy Company ...............50
Samuel May House ................................52
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill ......... 134
Sisters of Charity of Nazareth ........... 111
Sisters of Loretto Motherhouse .......112
St. Catharine Motherhouse ...............112
Stanford Historic L & N Depot ..........138
Switzer Covered Bridge ......................132
Tebbs Bend Battlefield Association .. 81
Toyota Factory Tour & Environmental
Education Center ...............................132
Trabue Russell House............................ 81
Trail of Tears Commemorative Park .... 93
Vest-Lindsey House .............................132
Ward Hall ................................................132
Waveland State Historic Site .............136
Webster County Civil War
Driving Tour ........................................ 104
Western School Site ............................137
West-Metcalfe House ........................... 81
Wheelers Log Cabin ..............................93
White Hall State Historic Site ............137
Wickland, Home of Three
Governors ............................................. 111
Wicklife Mounds State Historic Site 94
William Whitley House State
Historic Site ..........................................138
Winchester Cemetery .........................139
Wooldridge Monuments .....................94
World Peace Bell and
Exhibit Center ..................................... 148
Zachary Taylor National Cemetery 114
Zilpo Road National Forest
Scenic Byway .........................................52
Museums & Galleries
1817 Saddle Factory Museum............. 74
Abraham Lincoln Museum
at Forkland ............................................112
Adsmore House & Gardens &
Ratlif Gunshop .....................................94
African American Heritage Center ...73
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Alexander Arthur Museum ................. 60
American Saddlebred Museum -
Showplace for Saddlebreds ........... 134
Ann Tower Gallery .............................. 134
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts -
Georgetown College ........................132
Appalachian Artisan Center ................59
Apple Valley, Hillbilly Garden
& Toyland ................................................89
Artisan Alliance of Pikeville/Pike
County .....................................................52
Arts & Cultural Center/Welcome
Center ....................................................132
Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate ..... 134
Auburn Historical Society
& Museum .............................................. 74
Aviation Museum of Kentucky ........ 134
Barlow House Museum ........................89
Behringer-Crawford Museum ..........147
Bell County Historical Society
Museum ................................................. 60
Ben E. Clement Mineral Museum .....93
Bibb House Museum ............................. 74
Big Sandy Heritage Center ..................52
Black History Gallery ........................... 111
Bluegrass Heritage Museum.............139
Bluegrass Scenic Railroad
& Museum ............................................138
Bobby Davis Museum and Park .........59
Bramel’s Hickory Hill Nursery
& Plantation ............................................147
Breathitt County Museum .................. 60
Breckinridge County Historical
Society Museum .................................112
Caldwell Railroad Museum .................94
Campbell County Log
Cabin Museum ....................................147
Cane Ridge Meeting House
& Barton Warren Stone Museum ..137
Capital City Museum .......................... 130
Capital Gallery of
Contemporary Art............................. 130
Carnegie Library Museum
& Visitor Center .....................................93
Catlettsburg Floodwall Murals ...........50
Celtic Trends ..........................................136
Chestnut Street District ..................... 130
Chestnut Tree Gallery .........................137
Civil War Museum of the
Western Theater ................................. 111
Clara M. Eagle Gallery ...........................94
Cloverfork Museum ...............................59
Cloverport Community Museum ... 111
Coal House and Coal Mine
Display .................................................... 60
Coal Miners’ Museum ...........................52
Cochenour Gallery ..............................132
College Square District ...................... 130
Columbus-Belmont State Park
Civil War Museum ..................................89
Community Arts Center .................... 130
Conrad-Caldwell House Museum ..112
Corbin Railroad Museum .....................59
Cornerstone Art and Events
Gallery................................................... 130
Creation Museum ................................147
Crittenden County Historical
Museum ..................................................93
Cross Gate Gallery .............................. 134
Cumberland Museum ...........................62
Cynthiana/Harrison County
Museum ............................................... 130
Damselfly Studio & Art Gallery .........136
David Appalachian Crafts ....................52
Dawson Springs Historic Museum
& Art Center ........................................ 104
DeSpain Studio and Gallery ............. 130
Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum .........94
Donna Sharp’s House of Quilts ........116
Duncan Museum & Art Gallery ....... 104
East Kentucky Science Center ...........52
Elkhorn City Railroad Museum ..........50
Eric Johnson Gallery ...........................138
Explorium of Lexington ..................... 134
Filson Historical Society .....................112
Flame Run ...............................................112
Fleming County Covered Bridge
Museum ................................................147
Floyd Collins Museum ..........................73
Fordsville Historical Society &
Depot Museum .................................. 104
Fort Thomas Military & Community
Museum ............................................... 148
Frazier History Museum .....................112
Gallery Hertz..........................................112
Garrard County Jail Museum .......... 134
Gateway Regional Arts Center ...........50
General George Patton Museum ....114
Georgetown & Scott Co. Museum .132
Gheens Science Hall and Rauch
Planetarium ..........................................114
Glass Studio .......................................... 130
Glassworks Studio................................114
Godbey Appalachian Cultural &
Fine Arts Center ....................................59
Great American Dollhouse
Museum ............................................... 130
Greensburg Art Club Gallery .............. 81
Hancock County Museum ............... 104
Hardin County History Museum ..... 111
Harry C. Miller Lock Collection ........136
Hart County Historical Museum........ 74
Hawks View Gallery and Cafe ..........114
Headley-Whitney Museum .............. 134
Heart’s Image Studio & Gallery .......... 81
Heike Pickett Gallery & Sculpture
Garden ...................................................138
Heritage Arts Center ............................. 74
Hickman County Museum ..................89
Hiestand House Museum .................... 81
Highland Raku Studio & Gallery ........ 81
Highlands Museum & Discovery
Center ......................................................50
Historic Midway Museum ..................136
Historic Railpark and Train Museum 73
Hopewell Museum ..............................137
Icehouse Art Gallery ..............................94
Icehouse Gallery...................................132
International Bluegrass Music
Museum ............................................... 104
Irish Acres Gallery of Antiques .........138
Irvington Depot and Museum ..........112
Irvinton House Museum ....................137
James A. Ramage Civil War
Museum ............................................... 148
James D. Veatch Camp Breckinridge
Museum & Arts Center ...................... 104
Janice Mason Art Museum..................89
John James Audubon State Park
Museum & Nature Center ............... 104
Kaviar Forge & Gallery ........................114
Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea .. 130
Kentucky Coal Museum .......................59
Kentucky Derby Museum ..................114
Kentucky Doll and Toy Museum .... 130
Kentucky Folk Art Center .....................50
Kentucky Gateway Museum
Center ....................................................147
Kentucky Military History Museum 132
Kentucky Museum .................................73
Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft ....114
Kentucky Music Hall of Fame
and Museum ......................................... 60
Kentucky Railway Museum ............... 111
Kentucky State Police Museum .......132
Knox Historical Museum ......................59
Laurel Gorge Cultural
Heritage Center ....................................52
Lexington Antique Gallery .................136
Lexington History Museum ...............136
Lincoln Museum ...................................112
Lloyd Tilghman House &
Civil War Museum ................................94
Loudoun House Gallery .....................136
Louisville Science Center
& IMAX Theatre ...................................114
Louisville Stoneware Co. ....................114
Mammoth Cave Wildlife Museum ....73
McCreary County Museum ................82
Memory Hill Foundation Museum ....52
MetroLex Gallery ..................................136
Mill Springs National Battlefield Visitor
Center & Museum ................................ 81
Montgomery County History
Museum ..................................................50
Morlan Gallery .......................................136
Mountain Life Museum ....................... 60
Muhammad Ali Center .......................114
Murray Art Guild .....................................94
Museum of Anthropology ................ 148
Museum of the American Printing
House for the Blind ............................114
National Corvette Museum.................73
National Quilt Museum ........................94
National Underground Railroad
Museum ................................................147
Nicholas County Depot &
Museum ............................................... 130
Northeastern Kentucky Museum ......50
Ohio County Museum ....................... 104
Old Church Museum ..........................147
Old Jail Museum...................................136
Old Presbyterian Meeting House
& Museum ............................................138
Old Town District ................................ 130
Oldham County History Center ......112
Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey
History & Bardstown Historical
Museum ................................................ 111
Owen County Historical Society
Museum ............................................... 148
Owensboro Area Museum of
Science & History .............................. 104
Owensboro Museum of Fine Art .... 108
Paducah Railroad Museum .................94
Paducah Wall to Wall Murals ..............94
Painted Cow Gallery..............................50
Pendleton Art Center ............................50
Pennyroyal Area Museum....................93
Pocket Gallery .......................................137
Portland Museum ................................114
Princeton Art Guild ................................94
Railway Museum of Greater
Cincinnati ............................................. 148
Richmond Area Arts Center ..............137
River Discovery Center .........................94
Robert Penn Warren Birthplace
Museum ..................................................89
Rose Hill/Lyon County Museum........89
Rosemary Clooney House
Museum ................................................147
Rowan County Art Center ...................50
SAR Historical Museum ......................114
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Simpson County Archives
and Museum .......................................... 74
South Central Kentucky Cultural
Center ...................................................... 74
Speed Art Museum ..............................114
Swope’s Cars of Yesteryear
Museum ................................................ 111
Thomas D. Clark Center for
Kentucky History ................................132
Three Forks Historical Museum .........59
Tolle Gallery .......................................... 130
U.S. 23 Country Music Highway
Museum ..................................................52
Valley of the Winds Art Gallery...........62
Vanceburg Railroad Depot
Museum ............................................... 148
Wakefield-Scearce Galleries .............114
Wayne County Museum ...................... 81
Western Kentucky University
Fine Arts Gallery .................................. 73
William Clark Market House
Museum ..................................................94
Wilmore Railroad Museum ...............136
Woodford Co. Historical Society
Library & Museum ..............................139
Wrather West Kentucky Museum .....94
Yeiser Art Center .....................................94
Parks & Outdoor
Recreation
Arboretum, State Botanical Garden
of KY ...................................................... 134
Bad Branch Falls State Nature
Preserve ...................................................62
Barren River Lake State Resort Park .... 74
Bernheim Arboretum and
Research Forest ..................................116
Big Bone Lick State Park .....................147
Big South Fork National River &
Recreation Area ....................................82
Black Mountain Thunder Zip Line .....59
Blanton Forest State Nature
Preserve ...................................................59
Blue Licks Battlefield State
Resort Park ............................................ 130
Breaks Interstate Park ...........................50
Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park ......59
Carr Creek
State Park ..................................................59
Carter Caves State Resort Park ..........50
Chained Rock ......................................... 60
Children’s Botanical Garden of
South Central Kentucky .....................82
Columbus-Belmont State Park ..........89
Cranks Creek Lake .................................59
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park .59
Cumberland Gap National
Historical Park ...................................... 60
Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park .... 81
Daniel Boone National Forest ..........139
Daniel Boone National Forest,
Stearns Ranger District .........................82
E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park ............112
EarthJoy Adventures/Rec. Tree
Climbing ............................................... 148
Elk & Bison Prairie ...................................89
Evergreen Hills Maze ...........................147
Fishtrap Lake State Park .......................52
Fort Boonesborough State Park ......137
General Butler State Resort Park .....147
Golden Pond Planetarium ...................89
Grayson Lake State Park.......................52
Great River Road Bike Trail ..................89
Green River Lake State Park ................ 81
Greenbo Lake State Resort Park ........50
Herrington Lake ................................... 134
Higginson Henry Wildlife
Management Areas .......................... 104
Historic Buttermilk Falls
Recreation Trail ................................... 111
Jenny Wiley State Resort Park ............52
John James Audubon State Park ... 104
Kenlake State Resort Park ....................93
Kentenia State Forest ............................59
Kentucky Dam Village State
Resort Park .............................................89
Kentucky River Palisades ...................136
Kentucky Zip Line Adventures ........... 60
Kincaid Lake State Park ......................147
Kingdom Come State Park ..................59
Knott County ATV & Motorcycle
Training Center .....................................59
Lake Barkley State Resort Park ...........89
Lake Cumberland State Resort Park 81
Lake Malone State Park ..................... 104
Land Between The Lakes National
Recreation Area ....................................89
Laurel Gorge Cultural Heritage
Center ......................................................52
Levi Jackson State Park ....................... 60
Lincoln Homestead State Park .........116
Long C Trails ............................................ 74
Louisville Extreme Park ......................114
Martins Fork Lake ...................................59
Mud Camp Creek Wildlife Area.......... 81
My Old Kentucky Home State Park 111
Natural Bridge State Resort Park ...... 60
Nolin Lake State Park ............................ 74
Old Fort Harrod State Park ............... 134
Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation
Area ......................................................... 111
Paintsville Lake State Park ...................52
Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park . 104
Pine Mountain State Resort Park ...... 60
Red River Appalachian Zip Line
Tours .........................................................50
Red River Gorge..................................... 60
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park .........................................................112
Salato Wildlife Education Center .....132
Sauerheber Sloughs Wildlife
Management Area ............................ 104
Saunders Springs Nature Preserve .114
Segway Wilderness Tours ................... 60
Setter Ridge Outfitters ....................... 130
Sheltowee Trace Nationa
Recreation Trail .....................................50
Sheltowee Trace Outfitters .................59
Southfork Elk View ................................ 60
Western Kentucky Botanical
Garden................................................... 108
Wheel Fun Rentals & Guided Bike
Tours .......................................................114
White Sulphur ATV Trail ........................52
Woodlands Nature Station ..................89
Yatesville Lake State Park .....................50
Yew Dell Botanical Gardens.............. 111
Sports
3-D Archery Range at Longview
Golf Course ..........................................132
Atwood’s Driving Range ....................138
Ballance MotoX .......................................73
Beech Bend Raceway ...........................73
Big Rock Of Road Park ......................147
Black Mountain Of-Road Adventure
Area ...........................................................59
Blackrock Motocross ..........................112
Bluegrass Raceway Park ......................52
Bowling Green Hot Rods
Professional Baseball ............................73
Crawford Hot Air Balloons ................112
Daniel Boone Motocross Park .......... 60
Donaldson Creek Hunting Camp .....94
Florence Freedom ............................... 148
Greasy Creek ATV Park ...................... 104
Historic Brooks Stadium ......................94
Kenlake Tennis Center ..........................93
Kentucky Speedway ........................... 148
Knob Creek Gun Range .....................114
Lake Cumberland Speedway ............. 81
Lexington Legends ..............................136
Lightning Valley Motor Sports Park 130
Loch Mary Recreational ATV Park .. 104
London Dragway ................................... 60
Louisville Bats Professional
Baseball .................................................114
Louisville Slugger Museum
& Factory ...............................................114
National Softball Museum .................136
N-tense Sports ........................................73
Paducah International Raceway ........94
Paul Rowton Indoor Tennis Center ..94
Ponderosa Speedway ........................ 130
Pro-Am Shooters ASA
PRO-Am Tour ....................................... 60
Rockcastle Shooting Center ............... 74
Shelton’s Dirt Drags & ATV Racing ..138
Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure..... 60
Western Kentucky Speedway .......... 104
Whitetail Creek Outfitters....................89
Wilderness Trail Of-Road Park ......... 60
Water Recreation
& Marinas
2101 Falling Rock Scuba
Diving Park ...........................................112
America’s Paradise Resort .................102
Augusta Boat Dock and Marina .......152
Barbourville Water Park........................59
Barren River Lake State
Park Marina ........................................... 80
BB Riverboats ........................................147
Beaver Creek Resort ............................. 88
Beaver Lake Marina ..............................146
Bee Spring Lodge and Marina ..........102
Big Bear Resort and Marina ...............102
Big Bufalo Crossing Canoe
& Kayak Rental ....................................... 74
Boone’s Landing Marina and
Campground .......................................152
Browns Ford Boat Ramp ..................... 80
Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park ...... 71
Bud’s Live Bait Shop ............................152
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Buzzard Rock Resort & Marina ........102
Cane Run Fishing Camp & Marina ..145
Canoe Kentucky .................................. 130
Captain’s Quarters Marina .................127
Carr Creek Marina .................................. 71
Cedar Creek Lake .................................138
Cedar Knob Resort and Marina .......102
Chimney Rock Studios .......................145
Conley Bottom Resort ......................... 88
Cozy Cove Waterfront Resort ..........102
Cumberland Falls Rainbow
Mist Ride ..................................................59
Cumberland River Ferry ....................... 74
Cummins Ferry Resort,
Campground & Marina .......................146
Cypress Springs Resort .......................102
Dale Hollow Lake ................................... 81
Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park ... 88
Dixie Belle Riverboat at Shaker
Village ....................................................132
Dorena-Hickman Riverboat Ferry ....93
Eddy Creek Marina Resort .................102
Emerald Isle Resort & Marina ............. 88
Green River Canoeing ..........................73
Green River Lake State Park ............... 88
Green River Marina & Resort ............. 88
Green Turtle Bay Houseboat
Rentals ...................................................102
Green Turtle Bay Resort
and Marina ............................................102
Grider Hill Dock ..................................... 88
Grove Marina ........................................... 71
Guist Creek Marina and
Campground .......................................127
Gwinn Island Marina & Resort ..........146
Hendricks Creek Resort ...................... 88
Herrington Lake Marina .....................146
Hester’s Resort & Marina ....................102
Hickman Harbor Landing Hickman
Riverport Authority ..............................102
Hickory Hill 5 Star Resort ...................102
Holiday Hills Resort .............................102
Holly Bay Marina ..................................... 71
Holmes Bend Campground Green
River Lake ............................................... 88
Holmes Bend Marina Resort .............. 88
Indian Hills Resort Alligator II Marina &
Wolf Creek Camping ............................ 88
Jamestown Resort and Marina ......... 88
John Swift’s Lost Silver Mine
Canoe Rentals ...................................... 60
Kamp Kennedy Marina .......................146
Kenlake State Resort Park ..................102
Kentucky Beach Resort ......................102
Kentucky Dam Marina ........................102
Kentucky Lake .........................................89
Kentucky River ..................................... 134
Kentucky River Boat Access Ramp ... 71
Kentucky River Boat Tours ................132
Kentucky River Otter Outpost..........136
Kincaid Lake State Park ......................152
King Creek Resort and Marina .........102
Knights of Columbus Boat Dock .....127
Kuttawa Harbor Marina ......................102
Lake Barkley .............................................89
Lake Barkley Marina .............................102
Lake Cumberland
(Corps of Engineers) ............................82
Lake Liberty .............................................. 81
Lake Linville Marina
and Campgrounds ............................... 71
Lake Malone State Park ......................110
Lakeside Campground & Marina .....102
Lakeview Cottages & Marina ............102
Lee’s Ford Resort Marina ..................... 88
Lighthouse Landing Resort
and Marina ............................................102
Lock No. 14 on the Kentucky River ... 71
M & D’s Marina .......................................127
Malcolm Creek Resort ........................102
Mammoth Cave Canoe and Kayak ...73
Maysville River Park Marina ...............152
Moon River Marina and Resort ........102
Moors Resort and Marina ..................102
Moutardier Marina ...............................127
Narrows Marina ..................................... 80
Nick’s Boat Dock ..................................127
Nolin Lake ...............................................112
Omega Park Marina .............................. 88
Palisades Adventures ......................... 134
Pandora Marina.....................................146
Peninsula Marina ................................... 80
Pennyroyal Scuba Blue Springs .........93
Pier 99 Marina .......................................152
Ponderosa Boat Dock .........................127
Prizer Point Marina & Resort .............102
Queen City Riverboats ...................... 148
Red Gate Marina ...................................146
Reynolds Boat Dock ............................152
Riverfront Fountains ........................... 104
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park .........................................................127
Rough River Lake..................................112
Royalty’s Fishing Camp ......................146
Ruby’s Boat Dock .................................152
Russell Fork White Water Rafting ......50
Shawnee Bay Resort ............................102
Smith Ridge Campground ................. 88
Smugglers Cove Marina and Motel.....152
Southern Komfort Village and Marina
on Kentucky Lake ...............................102
Sportsman’s Anchor Resort
& Marina ................................................102
State Dock ............................................... 88
Stone Mountain Boat Dock ................. 71
Sufoletta Family Aquatic Center.....132
Sugar Creek Bay Marina .....................102
Sulphur Creek Resort ........................... 88
Taylorsville Lake Marina .....................127
Thaxton’s Licking River Canoe
Rental .....................................................147
Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center ....93
Valley View Ferry ..................................136
Walnut Creek Marina ........................... 80
Water’s Edge RV Park & Marina ........102
Wax Marina .............................................127
Whispering Oaks Resort ....................102
Wisdom Dock ......................................... 88
Wood Creek Boat Dock ....................... 71
Accommodations
54, 64, 76, 84, 95, 109, 118, 140, 149
Camping
56, 68, 79, 87, 100, 110, 125, 145, 151
Marinas
57, 71, 80, 88, 102, 110, 127, 146, 152
Golf
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Anderson County Tourism
Commission ........................................ 134
Ashland Convention &
Visitors Bureau ......................................50
Augusta/Bracken County
Tourism Of ce ....................................147
Ballard County Chamber of
Commerce & Tourism Center ..........89
Barbourville Tourism Commission ...59
Bardstown/Nelson Co. Tourism ...... 111
Bell County Tourism ............................. 60
Berea Tourist & Convention
Commission ........................................ 130
Bowling Green Area Convention &
Visitors Bureau ......................................73
Cadiz/Trigg County Tourist
& Convention Commission ...............89
Carlisle-Nicholas Co. Tourism Inc. 130
Carrollton/Carroll County Tourism 147
Cave City Tourist and Convention
Commission ...........................................73
Central City Tourism Commission 104
Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism ...147
City of Burnside Tourist & Recreation
Commission ............................................. 81
City of Evarts Tourism Commission .59
Clay County Fiscal Court .................... 60
Clinton County........................................ 81
Columbia-Adair Co. Tourism .............. 81
Corbin Tourism Commission .............59
Cumberland County Tourism ............ 81
Cumberland Tourist Commission ....59
Cynthiana/Harrison County
Chamber of Commerce .................. 130
Danville-Boyle County Convention &
Visitors Bureau ................................... 130
Destination Jessamine .......................136
Edmonson County Tourism ................73
Elizabethtown Tourism Bureau........ 111
Estill Development Alliance ............... 60
Fleming County Chamber of
Commerce ...........................................147
Frankfort/Franklin County Tourism
Commission .......................................... 130
Frenchburg/Menifee Co. Chamber
of Commerce ..........................................50
Garrard County Tourism
Committee .......................................... 134
Georgetown/Scott County
Tourism ..................................................132
Glasgow-Barren County Tourist &
Convention Commission ..................... 74
Glendale Merchants Association ....112
Grand Rivers Tourism............................89
Grant County Tourist
& Convention Commission ............ 148
Grayson County Tourism ...................112
Grayson Tourism and Convention
Commission .............................................50
Green County Fiscal Court ................. 81
Greenup County Convention
& Visitors Bureau ..................................50
Greenville Tourism Commission .... 104
Hancock County Tourism ................ 104
Harlan Tourist & Convention
Commission ...........................................59
Harrodsburg/Mercer County Tourist
Commission ...........................................132
Hart County Tourist Commission ..... 74
Hazard/Perry County Tourism ...........59
Henderson County Tourist
Commission ........................................ 104
Henry County Chamber of
Commerce ...........................................114
Hickman County Fiscal Court ............89
Hickman Recreation & Tourist
Commission ...........................................93
Hopkins County Tourist and
Convention Commisson ................. 104
Hopkinsville/Christian County
Convention & Visitors Bureau ..........93
Kentucky’s Western Waterland ..........89
Knott County Tourist Commission ...59
KY Great River Region
Organization ..........................................89
Lake Barkley Tourist Commission .....89
Lawrence County Tourism
Commission ...........................................50
Lebanon Tourist & Convention
Commission ...........................................112
Leslie County Extension Of ce ........ 60
Letcher County Tourism
Committee ............................................ 60
Lexington Convention and
Visitors Bureau ................................... 134
Lexington’s Bluegrass Region
Tourism ................................................. 134
Liberty Economic Development Corp. ...... 81
Lincoln County Tourism ....................138
Livingston County Tourism
Commission ...........................................89
Logan County Tourist & Convention
Commission ............................................. 74
London-Laurel County Tourist
Commission .......................................... 60
Louisville Convention & Visitors
Bureau......................................................112
Marion Tourist Commission ...............93
Marshall County Tourist
Commission ...........................................89
Mayfield Tourism Commision ............93
Maysville-Mason County
Convention & Visitors Bureau ........147
McCreary County Tourist
Commission ...........................................82
Meade County Tourism ...................... 111
Monroe County Tourism
Commission ........................................... 74
Morehead Tourism Commission.......50
Mount Sterling-Montgomery
Tourism ....................................................50
Mt. Vernon/Rockcastle County
Tourist Commission ............................. 60
Munfordville Tourism Commission .. 74
Murray Convention
& Visitors Bureau ..................................94
Nicholasville Tourism Commission 136
Northern Kentucky Convention
& Visitors Bureau ................................147
Oak Grove Tourism ................................94
Ohio County Tourism
Commission ........................................ 104
Oldham County Tourism ...................112
Owensboro-Daviess County
Convention & Visitors Bureau ....... 104
Owingsville/Bath CO Recreation
& Tourism Commission ......................52
Owsley County Historical Society ....59
Paducah Convention
& Visitors Bureau ..................................94
Paintsville Convention
& Visitors Bureau ..................................52
Paris-Bourbon County Tourism
Commission ...........................................136
Pendleton Tourism Committee .......147
Pikeville-Pike County Tourism ...........52
Powell County Tourism
Commission .......................................... 60
Prestonsburg Convention &
Visitors Bureau Gallery .......................52
Princeton Tourism Commission ........94
Radclif/Fort Knox Convention
& Tourism Commission ....................114
Renfro Valley Information Center .... 60
Richmond Tourism ..............................137
Russell County Tourism ....................... 81
Scottsville/Allen County
Chamber of Commerce ..................... 74
Shelbyville/Shelby County
Visitors Bureau ....................................114
Shepherdsville-Bullitt County
Tourism ..................................................116
Simpson County Tourism
Commission ...........................................73
Somerset-Pulaski Convention &
Visitors Bureau ........................................ 81
Southern Lakes Regional Tourism ... 60
Springfield Tourism Commission....116
Taylor County Tourist Commission .. 81
Taylorsville/Spencer County
Tourism ..................................................116
Todd County Welcome Center ..........89
Trimble County Fiscal Court ............. 111
U.S. Forest Service Visitor Center ......50
Union County Tourism, Courthouse......104
Wayne County Community
Development/Tourism ....................... 81
Webster County ................................... 104
West Liberty Tourism ............................52
Whitley County Tourism ......................62
Williamsburg Tourism
& Convention Center ..........................62
Winchester-Clark County
Tourism Commission ........................139
Wolfe County Judge Exec. ................60
Woodford County Tourist
Commission .......................................138
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Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
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daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
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BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
KEY
Western
Waterlands
Caves, Lakes &
Corvetes Region
Northern Kentucky
River Region
Kentucky’s
Southern Shorelines
Kentucky’s
Appalachians
Bluegrass, Blues &
Barbecue Region
Bourbon, Horses &
History Region
Bluegrass
Region
Daniel Boone
Country
1 inch equals 10 miles
THERE’S ONLY ONE …
KENTUCKY!
Tere are so many great things to experience in Kentucky – and some of
them you can’t fnd anywhere else. Tere’s only one Horse Capital of the
World, only one Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln and only one Mammoth
Cave National Park. Check out the map below to see many more “Tere’s
Only One” attractions, then turn the page and start planning your trip to
see them in person!
Flower:GOLDENROD Tree: TULIP POPLAR Fruit:BLACKBERRY Bird:CARDINAL Fish:KENTUCKY BASS WildGameAnimal:GREY SQUIRREL Buterfy:VICEROY Horse:THOROUGHBRED Mineral: COAL
Gemstone:
FRESHWATER PEARL
Fossil: BRACHIOPOD
MusicalInstrument:
APPALACHIAN
DULCIMER
World-famous heavyweight boxer and
political activist MuhammadAli’s story began
in Louisville. The Muhammad Ali Center
celebrates his deeply rooted values, including
peace, social responsibility, respect and
personal growth.
AbrahamLincoln was the sixteenth president
of the United States. His birthplace
and boyhood home can be found near
Hodgenville.
ColonelHarlandSanders was the founder of Kentucky
Fried Chicken. He perfected his “secret recipe” in his
restaurant in Corbin.
JefersonDavis was born in Todd County and was the only
president of the Confederate States of America.
Visitors can take a tour of country music singer and
songwriter LoretaLynn’s birthplace in Butcher Hollow.
Kentucky was explored by pioneer DanielBoone. He
cleared the Wilderness Road through Cumberland Gap and
founded Fort Boonesborough.
For a more complete list of famous Kentuckians
including George Clooney, Diane Sawyer, Whitney Young, Jr.
and many more visit www.kentuckytourism.com
FAMOUS
KENTUCKIANS
HORSES
Kentucky was well on its way to establishing its reputation as
the Horse Capital of the World long before it became a state.
Te frst thoroughbred was brought to Lexington in 1779, and
a 1789 census showed even more horses than people.
RACING
Tere is horse racing somewhere in Kentucky almost every
day. Te most famous race in the world is the Kentucky Derby,
which takes place at Churchill Downs every year in May.
MUSIC
Bluegrass music got its name and form in the 1940s from
Kentuckian Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys. In tradi-
tional bluegrass, a banjo is the lead instrument; there is no
percussion or electric amplifcation.
CRAFTS
Te quality of Kentucky crafs is recognized around the
world. More than 3,000 artisans produce Kentucky crafs that
can be found in their studios and at craf co-ops and shops
throughout the world.
BOURBON AND WINE
Eight Kentucky distilleries produce 95% of the
world’s bourbon supply. All are open for tours and
ofer tastings of “America’s Native Spirit.” Kentucky
also has a rich wine-making history and was the
site of the nation’s frst commercial vineyard.
Today wineries are thriving across the state and
many ofer tours and tastings.
FOOD
Traditional Kentucky favorites are hickory-
smoked barbecue, country ham, beaten biscuits
and a rich, slow-cooked stew called Burgoo. Te
Hot Brown was created in the 1920s at Louisville’s
Brown Hotel.
The world’s largest
baseball bat, 120
f. tall & 68,000
lbs., stands at the
Louisville Slugger
Museum.
FUN
FACT
The great Man o’ War won all
of his races except one, which
he lost to a horse named Upset.
Visit Man o’ War’s fnal resting
place at the Kentucky Horse Park.
FUN
FACT
500 roses are
in the garland
presented to
the Kentucky
Derby winner.
FUN
FACT
Mammoth Cave is
the longest recorded
cave system in the
world with more than
390 miles explored
and mapped.
FUN
FACT
All Chevrolet
Corvetes are
manufactured in
Bowling Green.
FUN
FACT
StateSong:“MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME”|StateBluegrassSong:“BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY”
StateMoto:UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL|StateCapital:FRANKFORT
Middlesboro is one of the few cities in the
United States built within a meteor crater.
FUN
FACT
Cumberland
Falls is the only
waterfall in
the Northern
Hemisphere
to display a
moonbow.
FUN
FACT
KEY
Western
Waterlands
Caves, Lakes &
Corvetes Region
Northern Kentucky
River Region
Kentucky’s
Southern Shorelines
Kentucky’s
Appalachians
Bluegrass, Blues &
Barbecue Region
Bourbon, Horses &
History Region
Bluegrass
Region
Daniel Boone
Country
1 inch equals 10 miles
THERE’S ONLY ONE …
KENTUCKY!
Tere are so many great things to experience in Kentucky – and some of
them you can’t fnd anywhere else. Tere’s only one Horse Capital of the
World, only one Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln and only one Mammoth
Cave National Park. Check out the map below to see many more “Tere’s
Only One” attractions, then turn the page and start planning your trip to
see them in person!
Flower:GOLDENROD Tree: TULIP POPLAR Fruit:BLACKBERRY Bird:CARDINAL Fish:KENTUCKY BASS WildGameAnimal:GREY SQUIRREL Buterfy:VICEROY Horse:THOROUGHBRED Mineral: COAL
Gemstone:
FRESHWATER PEARL
Fossil: BRACHIOPOD
MusicalInstrument:
APPALACHIAN
DULCIMER
World-famous heavyweight boxer and
political activist MuhammadAli’s story began
in Louisville. The Muhammad Ali Center
celebrates his deeply rooted values, including
peace, social responsibility, respect and
personal growth.
AbrahamLincoln was the sixteenth president
of the United States. His birthplace
and boyhood home can be found near
Hodgenville.
ColonelHarlandSanders was the founder of Kentucky
Fried Chicken. He perfected his “secret recipe” in his
restaurant in Corbin.
JefersonDavis was born in Todd County and was the only
president of the Confederate States of America.
Visitors can take a tour of country music singer and
songwriter LoretaLynn’s birthplace in Butcher Hollow.
Kentucky was explored by pioneer DanielBoone. He
cleared the Wilderness Road through Cumberland Gap and
founded Fort Boonesborough.
For a more complete list of famous Kentuckians
including George Clooney, Diane Sawyer, Whitney Young, Jr.
and many more visit www.kentuckytourism.com
FAMOUS
KENTUCKIANS
HORSES
Kentucky was well on its way to establishing its reputation as
the Horse Capital of the World long before it became a state.
Te frst thoroughbred was brought to Lexington in 1779, and
a 1789 census showed even more horses than people.
RACING
Tere is horse racing somewhere in Kentucky almost every
day. Te most famous race in the world is the Kentucky Derby,
which takes place at Churchill Downs every year in May.
MUSIC
Bluegrass music got its name and form in the 1940s from
Kentuckian Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys. In tradi-
tional bluegrass, a banjo is the lead instrument; there is no
percussion or electric amplifcation.
CRAFTS
Te quality of Kentucky crafs is recognized around the
world. More than 3,000 artisans produce Kentucky crafs that
can be found in their studios and at craf co-ops and shops
throughout the world.
BOURBON AND WINE
Eight Kentucky distilleries produce 95% of the
world’s bourbon supply. All are open for tours and
ofer tastings of “America’s Native Spirit.” Kentucky
also has a rich wine-making history and was the
site of the nation’s frst commercial vineyard.
Today wineries are thriving across the state and
many ofer tours and tastings.
FOOD
Traditional Kentucky favorites are hickory-
smoked barbecue, country ham, beaten biscuits
and a rich, slow-cooked stew called Burgoo. Te
Hot Brown was created in the 1920s at Louisville’s
Brown Hotel.
The world’s largest
baseball bat, 120
f. tall & 68,000
lbs., stands at the
Louisville Slugger
Museum.
FUN
FACT
The great Man o’ War won all
of his races except one, which
he lost to a horse named Upset.
Visit Man o’ War’s fnal resting
place at the Kentucky Horse Park.
FUN
FACT
500 roses are
in the garland
presented to
the Kentucky
Derby winner.
FUN
FACT
Mammoth Cave is
the longest recorded
cave system in the
world with more than
390 miles explored
and mapped.
FUN
FACT
All Chevrolet
Corvetes are
manufactured in
Bowling Green.
FUN
FACT
StateSong:“MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME”|StateBluegrassSong:“BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY”
StateMoto:UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL|StateCapital:FRANKFORT
Middlesboro is one of the few cities in the
United States built within a meteor crater.
FUN
FACT
Cumberland
Falls is the only
waterfall in
the Northern
Hemisphere
to display a
moonbow.
FUN
FACT
KEY
Western
Waterlands
Caves, Lakes &
Corvetes Region
Northern Kentucky
River Region
Kentucky’s
Southern Shorelines
Kentucky’s
Appalachians
Bluegrass, Blues &
Barbecue Region
Bourbon, Horses &
History Region
Bluegrass
Region
Daniel Boone
Country
1 inch equals 10 miles
THERE’S ONLY ONE …
KENTUCKY!
Tere are so many great things to experience in Kentucky – and some of
them you can’t fnd anywhere else. Tere’s only one Horse Capital of the
World, only one Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln and only one Mammoth
Cave National Park. Check out the map below to see many more “Tere’s
Only One” attractions, then turn the page and start planning your trip to
see them in person!
Flower:GOLDENROD Tree: TULIP POPLAR Fruit:BLACKBERRY Bird:CARDINAL Fish:KENTUCKY BASS WildGameAnimal:GREY SQUIRREL Buterfy:VICEROY Horse:THOROUGHBRED Mineral: COAL
Gemstone:
FRESHWATER PEARL
Fossil: BRACHIOPOD
MusicalInstrument:
APPALACHIAN
DULCIMER
World-famous heavyweight boxer and
political activist MuhammadAli’s story began
in Louisville. The Muhammad Ali Center
celebrates his deeply rooted values, including
peace, social responsibility, respect and
personal growth.
AbrahamLincoln was the sixteenth president
of the United States. His birthplace
and boyhood home can be found near
Hodgenville.
ColonelHarlandSanders was the founder of Kentucky
Fried Chicken. He perfected his “secret recipe” in his
restaurant in Corbin.
JefersonDavis was born in Todd County and was the only
president of the Confederate States of America.
Visitors can take a tour of country music singer and
songwriter LoretaLynn’s birthplace in Butcher Hollow.
Kentucky was explored by pioneer DanielBoone. He
cleared the Wilderness Road through Cumberland Gap and
founded Fort Boonesborough.
For a more complete list of famous Kentuckians
including George Clooney, Diane Sawyer, Whitney Young, Jr.
and many more visit www.kentuckytourism.com
FAMOUS
KENTUCKIANS
HORSES
Kentucky was well on its way to establishing its reputation as
the Horse Capital of the World long before it became a state.
Te frst thoroughbred was brought to Lexington in 1779, and
a 1789 census showed even more horses than people.
RACING
Tere is horse racing somewhere in Kentucky almost every
day. Te most famous race in the world is the Kentucky Derby,
which takes place at Churchill Downs every year in May.
MUSIC
Bluegrass music got its name and form in the 1940s from
Kentuckian Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys. In tradi-
tional bluegrass, a banjo is the lead instrument; there is no
percussion or electric amplifcation.
CRAFTS
Te quality of Kentucky crafs is recognized around the
world. More than 3,000 artisans produce Kentucky crafs that
can be found in their studios and at craf co-ops and shops
throughout the world.
BOURBON AND WINE
Eight Kentucky distilleries produce 95% of the
world’s bourbon supply. All are open for tours and
ofer tastings of “America’s Native Spirit.” Kentucky
also has a rich wine-making history and was the
site of the nation’s frst commercial vineyard.
Today wineries are thriving across the state and
many ofer tours and tastings.
FOOD
Traditional Kentucky favorites are hickory-
smoked barbecue, country ham, beaten biscuits
and a rich, slow-cooked stew called Burgoo. Te
Hot Brown was created in the 1920s at Louisville’s
Brown Hotel.
The world’s largest
baseball bat, 120
f. tall & 68,000
lbs., stands at the
Louisville Slugger
Museum.
FUN
FACT
The great Man o’ War won all
of his races except one, which
he lost to a horse named Upset.
Visit Man o’ War’s fnal resting
place at the Kentucky Horse Park.
FUN
FACT
500 roses are
in the garland
presented to
the Kentucky
Derby winner.
FUN
FACT
Mammoth Cave is
the longest recorded
cave system in the
world with more than
390 miles explored
and mapped.
FUN
FACT
All Chevrolet
Corvetes are
manufactured in
Bowling Green.
FUN
FACT
StateSong:“MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME”|StateBluegrassSong:“BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY”
StateMoto:UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL|StateCapital:FRANKFORT
Middlesboro is one of the few cities in the
United States built within a meteor crater.
FUN
FACT
Cumberland
Falls is the only
waterfall in
the Northern
Hemisphere
to display a
moonbow.
FUN
FACT
KEY
Western
Waterlands
Caves, Lakes &
Corvetes Region
Northern Kentucky
River Region
Kentucky’s
Southern Shorelines
Kentucky’s
Appalachians
Bluegrass, Blues &
Barbecue Region
Bourbon, Horses &
History Region
Bluegrass
Region
Daniel Boone
Country
1 inch equals 10 miles
THERE’S ONLY ONE …
KENTUCKY!
Tere are so many great things to experience in Kentucky – and some of
them you can’t fnd anywhere else. Tere’s only one Horse Capital of the
World, only one Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln and only one Mammoth
Cave National Park. Check out the map below to see many more “Tere’s
Only One” attractions, then turn the page and start planning your trip to
see them in person!
Flower:GOLDENROD Tree: TULIP POPLAR Fruit:BLACKBERRY Bird:CARDINAL Fish:KENTUCKY BASS WildGameAnimal:GREY SQUIRREL Buterfy:VICEROY Horse:THOROUGHBRED Mineral: COAL
Gemstone:
FRESHWATER PEARL
Fossil: BRACHIOPOD
MusicalInstrument:
APPALACHIAN
DULCIMER
World-famous heavyweight boxer and
political activist MuhammadAli’s story began
in Louisville. The Muhammad Ali Center
celebrates his deeply rooted values, including
peace, social responsibility, respect and
personal growth.
AbrahamLincoln was the sixteenth president
of the United States. His birthplace
and boyhood home can be found near
Hodgenville.
ColonelHarlandSanders was the founder of Kentucky
Fried Chicken. He perfected his “secret recipe” in his
restaurant in Corbin.
JefersonDavis was born in Todd County and was the only
president of the Confederate States of America.
Visitors can take a tour of country music singer and
songwriter LoretaLynn’s birthplace in Butcher Hollow.
Kentucky was explored by pioneer DanielBoone. He
cleared the Wilderness Road through Cumberland Gap and
founded Fort Boonesborough.
For a more complete list of famous Kentuckians
including George Clooney, Diane Sawyer, Whitney Young, Jr.
and many more visit www.kentuckytourism.com
FAMOUS
KENTUCKIANS
HORSES
Kentucky was well on its way to establishing its reputation as
the Horse Capital of the World long before it became a state.
Te frst thoroughbred was brought to Lexington in 1779, and
a 1789 census showed even more horses than people.
RACING
Tere is horse racing somewhere in Kentucky almost every
day. Te most famous race in the world is the Kentucky Derby,
which takes place at Churchill Downs every year in May.
MUSIC
Bluegrass music got its name and form in the 1940s from
Kentuckian Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys. In tradi-
tional bluegrass, a banjo is the lead instrument; there is no
percussion or electric amplifcation.
CRAFTS
Te quality of Kentucky crafs is recognized around the
world. More than 3,000 artisans produce Kentucky crafs that
can be found in their studios and at craf co-ops and shops
throughout the world.
BOURBON AND WINE
Eight Kentucky distilleries produce 95% of the
world’s bourbon supply. All are open for tours and
ofer tastings of “America’s Native Spirit.” Kentucky
also has a rich wine-making history and was the
site of the nation’s frst commercial vineyard.
Today wineries are thriving across the state and
many ofer tours and tastings.
FOOD
Traditional Kentucky favorites are hickory-
smoked barbecue, country ham, beaten biscuits
and a rich, slow-cooked stew called Burgoo. Te
Hot Brown was created in the 1920s at Louisville’s
Brown Hotel.
The world’s largest
baseball bat, 120
f. tall & 68,000
lbs., stands at the
Louisville Slugger
Museum.
FUN
FACT
The great Man o’ War won all
of his races except one, which
he lost to a horse named Upset.
Visit Man o’ War’s fnal resting
place at the Kentucky Horse Park.
FUN
FACT
500 roses are
in the garland
presented to
the Kentucky
Derby winner.
FUN
FACT
Mammoth Cave is
the longest recorded
cave system in the
world with more than
390 miles explored
and mapped.
FUN
FACT
All Chevrolet
Corvetes are
manufactured in
Bowling Green.
FUN
FACT
StateSong:“MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME”|StateBluegrassSong:“BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY”
StateMoto:UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL|StateCapital:FRANKFORT
Middlesboro is one of the few cities in the
United States built within a meteor crater.
FUN
FACT
Cumberland
Falls is the only
waterfall in
the Northern
Hemisphere
to display a
moonbow.
FUN
FACT
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com
w w w. k e n t u c k y t o u r i s m . c o m
K E N T U C K Y
T R A V E L M A P
There’ s Onl y One.
Western Waterlands
The massive lakes constructed in western Kentucky
form an inland playground right in the center of
America’s heartland. Cruise, ski, paddle and fish
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Explore the wildlife-
rich forests and prairies of Land Between The Lakes
National Recreation Area. Then it’s on to Grand Rivers
for a hearty dinner and rich slice of mile-high meringue
pie at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement. Head over to Paducah for
a tour of the National Quilt Museum, where changing
fiber exhibits showcase more than 150 contemporary,
miniature and antique quilts. These are just a few of the
attractions of Kentucky’s Western Waterlands. Pages 40-41
800-448-1069 | www.kentuckylakebarkley.org
Bluegrass, Blues & BarBecue region
Visit the International Bluegrass Music Museum in
Owensboro to learn about the virtuosos who shaped one of
America’s great musical genres. Take a side trip to Rosine to
see legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s Home Place.
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art boasts a collection of
fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th century to
the present. In Henderson, glimpse the birds that inspired
America’s first great naturalist and painter at
John James Audubon State Park, then visit the
museum to see his enduring art works. Plan a
getaway to Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
Pages 42-43
www.bbbregion.com
caves, lakes & corvettes region
Explore Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest charted
cave system, and hike, bike and camp in the national
park above ground. You can also spelunk in eight other
smaller caves in the area. Get your fill of fishing, boating
and other water sports at Barren River Lake, Nolin Lake
and Lake Malone State Parks. Car lovers find bliss at
Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum, with more
than 80 ‘Vettes on display. Beech Bend Park features
dozens of rides, a water park, go-karts and drag strip and
oval track racing. You’ll discover a host of family-fun
attractions throughout the Caves, Lakes &
Corvettes Region. Pages 36-37
www.caveslakescorvettes.com
kentucky’ s southern shorelines
Pristine Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and Green
River Lake are playgrounds for boaters, anglers and
other water sports enthusiasts. Mill Springs Battlefield
at Nancy and Tebbs Bend Battlefield at Campbellsville
illustrate the importance of this region in the Civil War.
Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery produces more than one
million rainbow, brown and brook trout annually. Visit
Stearns and take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic
Railway through beautiful mountain terrain to a
historic mining camp. Enjoy street rods, classics
and muscle cars at Somernites Cruise in Somerset,
the Official Car Cruise Capital of Kentucky.
Pages 38-39
www.sokyvacations.com
daniel Boone country
Daniel Boone Country in southeastern Kentucky is a
place of primal, rugged beauty. Trace pioneers’ steps and
view impressive mountain vistas at Cumberland Gap,
where settlers first glimpsed America’s western frontier.
Cumberland Falls near Corbin, with its unique moonbow,
is the “Niagara of the South.” Catch a live performance
of authentic down-home music at the Renfro Valley
Entertainment Center. Hike challenging trails and climb
sheer mountain faces at the Red River Gorge National
Geological Area. Learn about the life of an underground
coal miner at the Portal 31 Mine Tour in Lynch.
Pages 34-35
www.danielboonecountry.com
kentucky appalachians
Cave Run Lake in Daniel Boone National Forest near
Morehead is a great location for fishing, boating, hiking
and camping. Ashland’s Paramount Arts Center – a
beautifully restored historic landmark – entertains
with performing arts and diverse cultural experiences.
The Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg features the
Kentucky Opry presentation of a variety of country,
bluegrass and gospel favorites and also contains
an art gallery and recording studio. Tour Butcher
Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Van Lear, and
learn about the life of a “coal miner’s daughter.”
Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting on the
Russell Fork near Elkhorn City. Pages 32-33
www.visiteasternky.com
BourBon, horses & history region
In this region, you’ll find one of Kentucky’s most famous
landmarks: Louisville’s Churchill Downs, home of
the Kentucky Derby, the “most exciting two minutes
in sports.” You’ll also find historic distilleries around
Bardstown offering free tours and tastings. Horse farm
tours in the rolling countryside around Shelbyville
provide an opportunity to get to know the American
Saddlebred, Kentucky’s native breed. In Fort Knox, visit
the General George Patton Museum to view personal
and military items from the life of this famous warrior.
America’s most celebrated president is memorialized in
a museum devoted to his life in Hodgenville, Abraham
Lincoln’s birthplace. Pages 44-45
www.bourbonhorseshistory.com
northern kentucky river region
Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, this region
boasts the Newport Aquarium, showcasing sharks,
penguins and thousands more animals in a million
gallons of water. Feel the need for speed? Visit Kentucky
Speedway in Sparta for NASCAR, ARCA and IndyCar racing.
If picturesque covered bridges appeal, check out three in
Fleming County including the Goddard Covered Bridge, still
open to vehicular traffic. Kentucky’s largest
winery, Elk Creek Vineyards, is nestled among
rolling hills in Owen County. The Kathleen
Savage Browning Miniatures Collection in
Maysville features thousands of 1/12 scale
miniatures showing how people lived in
different times and cultures. Pages 48-49
www.nkytourism.com
Bluegrass region
The Bluegrass Region of north central Kentucky features
some of the Commonwealth’s most iconic attractions.
The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, the Horse Capital
of the World, celebrates all things equine. At Shaker
Village of Pleasant Hill, immerse yourself in Shaker style
and classic American cuisine in a gracious 19th century
setting. Visit the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, view
works by 650 artisans and watch live demonstrations.
Bourbon distilleries and wineries dot the rolling
countryside, offering tours and tastings to visitors over
21. Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon,
and its wines are increasingly in demand. Pages 46-47
www.bluegrasskentucky.com

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