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Located in Kentucky's cave country, this is an excellent option for visitors to the region. Visitors can enjoy spacious sites, rental cabins a recreation room and much more. In addition visitors have easy access to nearby Mammoth Cave National Park. Other nearby destinations include Barren River Lake State Park, the Beech Bend Raceway and Amusement Park and many more. From this wonderful site travelers can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities, including fishing, canoeing, hiking and more. Visitors planning on staying at Cave Country RV Campground should be sure to use the handy online reservation system to secure a spot ahead of time. Check availability.
This Smithland campground is a beautiful spot for a stay in Kentucky. Visitors can enjoy lots of river frontage, comfortable sites, and plenty of onsite outdoor activities. Birdsville Resort and Campground also features a convenient online reservation system. Nearby visitors can explore the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, which is a wonderful wildlife viewing destination. In addition, visitors can enjoy exploring the towns of Marion, Paducah and Grand Rivers. Check availability.
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Mammoth Cave National Park
Mammoth Cave is the longest known cave system in the world. To date, 390 miles of the system have been explored. The first step in a visit to Mammoth Cave is a cave tour to see the amazing cave system in person. Throughout out the park there are many points of interest to explore, including Cedar Sink, The Big Woods, Sloan's Crossing Pond, Cathedral Domes, Cave Island, Frozen Niagara and more. Without spending at least a day or two at Mammoth Cave National Park, you won't be able to visit many of the amazing sights that can be found within the park. Mammoth Cave National Park also has plenty of opportunities for recreation, camping, water recreation and more.
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area
Located between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley in southwestern Kentucky, the Land Between the Lakes National REcreation Area is an inland peninsula. Visitors will find plenty of activities and attractions to enjoy on this unique inland peninsula, including self-guided wildlife tours, drive the loop in the Elk & Bison Prairie, exploring the Golden Pond Planetarium, and much more. Recreational opportunities include biking, fishing, camping, hiking and more.
Located in Van Lear is a country music must see destination. It is the home of Loretta Lynn and it is also the location where Crystal Gayle's family lived. Butcher Hollow is also the setting for Loretta Lynn's autobiography, "Coal Miner's Daughter." Also in the region visitors can stop at the Appalshop, which is located right in the heart of Appalachia, and is a great family destination. Here visitors can create music, video and even more, all while enjoying the arts and culture of the region.
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
The 24,000 acres of this park preserve the spectacular natural features of the amazing gap in the Appalachian Mountain known as Cumberland Gap. Visitors to this park can explore the many natural features, including overlooks, waterfalls, rock formations and much more above ground. The park also has a fascinating underground environment, which visitors can explore some caves on guided tours. In addition, the park also has some fascinating historical sites, including the Hensley Settlement, which is open for tours from the end of May through October.
American Cave Museum
This museum celebrates the history of the Kentucky's Cave Country. Visitors to this museum have the chance to learn all about the history of the caves, as well as all about the how the caves are formed and continue to change. There are exhibits about cave exploration, information about cave wildlife and much more.
Kentucky Horse Park
The Kentucky Horse Park is an excellent spot for visitors to Kentucky to learn about the culture, history and importance of equestrian life in the state. Not only is it a working horse farm, but it is also a world-class equestrian competition facility, and a fantastic destination for travelers. Visitors can truly enjoy all different types of horse sports and horses. There are horse rides, pony rides, farm tours, a museum, presentations and much more.