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KENTUCKY TRAVEL GUIDE

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OVERVIEW



Kentucky is destination #1 for lovers of bourbon/wiskey. At last count, there were nearly 100 distilleries in the state! Beyond the call of alcohol, Kentucky beckons travelers with horse-focused attractions and events, geologic wonders, and other outstanding natural attractions. There are literally hundreds of natural bridges and arches to find, along with towering waterfalls. There are also deep caves to explore, including Mammoth Cave National Park, which preserves the world's longest known cave system.

5-STAR ATTRACTIONS IN KENTUCKY



Here is my opinionated list of 5-star attractions in Kentucky. I believe each of these attractions should be on your Kentucky state bucket list since they are all noteworthy from a national perspective:

Southwestern Kentucky
Floodwall Murals, Paducah - giant painted walls
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area - excellent hiking and ATV/ORV-riding; elk & bison prairies
National Quilt Museum, Paducah - one of the top quilt museums in the U.S.; even if you don't like quilts, you'll likely appreciate the art/designs

Northern Kentucky (including Newport; see below for the Louisville and Lexington areas)
Ark Encounter, Williamstown - giant Christian religious attraction; not sure if this should be classified as a religious theme park or museum?
Creation Museum, Petersburg - religious attraction based on a "young Earth creationist explanation of the origin of the universe"
Newport Aquarium, Newport - good aquarium near the Kentucky-Ohio state line

Louisville Area (including Bardstown)
Big Four Bridge, Louisville - attractive pedestrian and cyclist bridge connecting Kentucky with Indiana; great city views
Cave Hill Cemetery & Arboretum, Louisville - famous historic cemetery; resting place of Colonel Sanders (of KFC fame) and Muhammad Ali
Churchill Downs / Kentucky Derby event, Louisville - site of the Kentucky Derby horse race (typically held the first Sunday in May)
Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, Louisville - historic Victorian mansion tours; known for its Richardsonian Romanesque architecture
Distilleries in Louisville - there are at least ten (yes, ten!) 5-star rated distilleries (e.g. bourbon producers) in this city
Distilleries in Bardstown - there are several 5-star rated distilleries (e.g. bourbon producers) in this city
Downtown Bardstown - attractive downtown with stores and shops; many distilleries in the town and more nearby
Jim Beam American Stillhouse, Clermont - one of many excellent whiskey distilleries in Kentucky
Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Louisville - great venue for music, dance, and theater
Kentucky Derby Museum, Louisville - excellent exhibits on Thoroughbred horse racing
Kentucky Kingdom & Hurricane Harbor, Louisville - the largest and best amusement/water park in Kentucky; 6 roller coasters as of 2022
Louisville Mega Cavern, Louisville - one of Kentucky's best caves; underground zip line and adventure tours are highly rated
Louisville Slugger Field - one of the finest minor league baseball parks in the U.S.
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville - tour the country's prime baseball bat maker; a giant bat sits near the front entrance
Maker's Mark, Loretto - one of many excellent whiskey distilleries in Kentucky
Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville - sports museum and cultural center
Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville - former sanatorium with paranormal tours offered
World's Largest Bat, Louisville - this famous roadside attraction rests in front of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

Lexington Area (including Berea and Frankfort)
Berea Pinnacles, Berea - great hiking to some of the best views in the state
Boone Creek Outdoors, Lexington - excellent outdoor zip-line canopy tours
Distilleries in Frankfort - there are several 5-star rated distilleries (e.g. bourbon producers) in this city
Distilleries in Lexington - there are several 5-star rated distilleries (e.g. bourbon producers) in this city
Great American Dollhouse Museum, Danville - more than 200 dollhouses on display; miniature neighborhoods and villages
Keeneland, Lexington - famous horse racing park; you can watch morning workouts
Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington - an excellent working horse farm
Legacy Trail - 12-mile paved trail that runs north-to-south within Lexington
Old Friends at Dream Chase Farm, Georgetown - engage with retired racing horses
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Harrodsburg - the finest living history museum in Kentucky
Sun Valley Farm, Versailles - visit a thoroughbred horse breeding farm
Toyota Visitor Center & Plant Tour, Georgetown - take a free tour of this automobile manufacturer
Wild Turkey Distillery, Lawrenceburg - one of many outstanding distilleries in KY
Woodford Reserve Distillery, Versailles - one of many outstanding distilleries in KY

Mammoth Cave National Park area (including Bowling Green)
Canoeing/kayaking the Green River - some of the best canoeing/kayaking in KY
Chaney's Dairy Barn, Bowling Green - famous ice cream spot
Crystal Onyx Cave, Cave City - excellent cave tours
Diamond Caverns, Park City - one of several excellent show caves in KY
Dinosaur World, Cave City - giant dinosaur statues
Fork in the Road, Franklin - roadside attraction of a giant fork
Hidden River Cave & American Cave Museum, Horse Cave - one of several excellent show caves in KY
Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo, Horse Cave - animal park with interactive experiences
Lost River Cave, Bowling Green - excellent cave tours
Mammoth Cave National Park - offers some of the finest cave tours in the U.S.; the longest cave system in the U.S.
Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike & Hike Trail - 9-mile gravel trail that starts within Mammoth Cave National Park
National Corvette Museum, Bowling Green - the ultimate ode to the Chevy Corvette; perhaps the finest auto museum in US dedicated to 1 car
NCM Motorsports Park, Bowling Green - one of the best non-NASCAR race tracks in the U.S.

Central Kentucky (excluding Louisville and Lexington areas)
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site, Hodgenville - famous small log cabin where Abe Lincoln was born
Daniel Boone National Forest - huge national forest with all your typical national forest activities (hiking, camping, etc.)

Northeastern Kentucky (including the Red River Gorge area)
Carter Caves State Resort Park, Olive Hill - famous for its caves and natural bridges; campground and in-park lodging
Dawkins Line Rail Trail - 36-mile rail trail from Hagerhill to Evanston in eastern KY; longest rail trail in KY; mix of asphalt & crushed stone
Gray's Arch, Red River Gorge Geological Area, Stanton - one of the best arches in the eastern U.S.
Natural Bridge State Resort Park, Slade - hiking trails to one of the best natural bridges in the eastern U.S.; campgrounds and in-park lodging
Prestonsburg Passage Rail Trail - 8.6 mile paved rail trail from Prestonsburg to David in Eastern KY
Red River Gorge Geological Area, Stanton - many outstanding geologic attractions; most of the best scenery and hiking in KY is here
Red River Gorge Zipline, Campton - excellent zip-lining tours
Southeast Mountain Guides, Campton - an outstanding via ferrata rock-climbing experience; there are only a few places like this in the U.S.

Southeastern & Southcentral Kentucky
ATV/ORV-ing in the Black Mountain Off Road Adventure Area - one of the best (if not the very best) place to go offroading in the state
Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area - excellent kayaking, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking
Colonel Harland Sanders Café & Museum, Corbin - home of the original KFC; a small museum is on site and there are a few good photo-ops
Creelsboro Natural Bridge, Jamestown - one of the best natural attractions in the state
Cumberland Falls, Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Corbin - one of Kentucky's most beautiful waterfalls (and certainly it's most famous)
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Middlesboro - beautiful scenic views of three states
Daniel Boone National Forest - huge national forest with all your typical national forest activities (hiking, camping, etc.)

There are also hundreds (if not thousands) of arches and natural bridges to be found across Kentucky. Going "arch hunting" can be great fun, and Kentucky is one of the top states in the U.S. for doing that.

Are you aware of any other 5-star attractions in Kentucky? If so, please email me at gparsons66@hotmail.com.

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS IN KENTUCKY



Are you short on time or struggling to choose something to do or see in Kentucky? Here are my selections for the top 10 attractions or experiences in Kentucky, in no particular order:

Tour some of the world-class bourbon distilleries in Bardstown, Frankfort, Lexington, and/or Louisville
Go hunting for arches and natural bridges in the spectacular Red River Gorge Geological Area
Embrace the horse-obsessed culture and attractions in Louisville
Tour one of Kentucky's amazing underground caves (e.g. Mammoth Cave National Park, but there are many others)
Visit the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green
Go camping in Daniel Boone National Forest
Try via-ferrata climbing with Southeast Mountain Guides
Visit the original KFC restaurant in Corbin
Wander the historic district of Berea, the "folk arts and crafts capital of Kentucky"
See one of Kentucky's best waterfalls at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park

If I could pick only one place to visit in Kentucky, I would choose the Red River Gorge Geological Area. The hiking and scenery there is fantastic, especially if you seek out some of the lessor-known arches and other geologic attractions. I also absolutely love the via ferrata climbing park in nearby Campton (Southeast Mountain Guides; reservations required).

BEST TOWNS & CITIES TO VISIT IN KENTUCKY



These towns and cities in Kentucky are generally regarded as the most interesting to travelers:

Bardstown - several bourbon distilleries; often called the "Bourbon Capital of the World", but Louisville completes too; historic downtown
Berea - historic district with art galleries and boutique shops; the "folk arts and crafts capital of KY"; access to Berea Pinnacles hiking trails
Frankfort - has a beautiful state capitol building plus several outstanding distilleries; many historic buildings
Louisville - there are more than 15 (!) distilleries in this bourbon-obsessed city; there are several excellent museums here too

My favorite city in Kentucky is Louisville - I recommend that first-time visitors spend at least 2-3 nights here. The bourbon distilleries are world-class and there are several excellent museums. I would walk across the Big Four Bridge. If you have children (or maybe even if you don't), I highly recommend taking the underground zip-lining tour in the Louisville Mega Cavern. Great day trips from Louisville include (a) Mammoth Cave National Park, (b) the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, (c) any of these cities: Bardstown, Berea, Frankfort, and Lexington, (d) the town of French Lick in Indiana and (e) all the other tourist attractions, including show caves, near Mammoth Cave National Park.

My favorite small town in Kentucky is Bardstown - I recommend that first-time visitors spend at least 1-2 nights here. Visit all the amazing distilleries in the area and explore the area around downtown.

If you want to visit Mammoth Caves National Park, stay in Cave City or Bowling Green. Horse Cave is another option.

Click here if you'd like to see a complete list of towns and cities that I find interesting across the entire U.S.

WHAT IS KENTUCKY FAMOUS FOR?



Here are some things that Kentucky is famous or well known for:

baseball bats
bluegrass music
bourbon / bourbon distilleries
caves
coal mines
Corvettes
fried chicken
geologic formations
horse breeding
horse farms
horse racing
natural arches
natural bridges
tobacco
waterfalls

Click here if you'd like to learn what other U.S. states are famous for.

NATIONAL PARKS IN KENTUCKY



There is one national park and several other federally-managed parks and properties in Kentucky, including:

National Parks
Mammoth Cave National Park - guided cave tours within the largest cave in the U.S.; the park also offers hiking, cycling, boating, and more

National Monuments
Camp Nelson National Monument
Mill Springs Battlefield National Monument

National Recreation Areas
Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area

National Forests
Daniel Boone National Forest
George Washington & Jefferson National Forest

National Historical Parks / Other National Parks
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
Fort Donelson National Battlefield
Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail

For more information on Kentucky's national parks, visit the Kentucky page of the National Park Service. For an overview of all U.S. national parks, click here.

STATE PARKS IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky has more than 40 state parks. Many would agree that these represent Kentucky's finest state parks:

Flagship / Premier State Parks:
Carter Caves State Resort Park, Olive Hill - famous for its caves and natural bridges; campground and in-park lodging
Cumberland Falls, Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Corbin - one of Kentucky's most beautiful waterfall (and certainly it's most famous)
Natural Bridge State Resort Park, Slade - hiking trails to one of the best natural bridges in the eastern U.S.; campgrounds and in-park lodging

Other Notable State Parks:
Kingdom Come State Park, Cumberland - many scenic overlooks and several interesting rock formations; several campsites available
Pine Mountain State Resort Park, Pineville - mountain scenery; excellent hiking trails; in-park lodging

My favorite state park in Kentucky is Natural Bridge State Resort Park. The natural bridge is large and impressive, and it's very close to all the other natural attractions of the fantastic Red River Gorge Geological Area region. I would spend 2-3 full days in this area if you've never been.

Take note that if the Kentucky state park has the word "resort" in its name, it means the park offers in-park lodging (usually historic lodges).

To see my list of the top 100 state parks in the country, click here.

BEST WATERFALLS IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky has several hundred natural waterfalls. Some of the best waterfalls in Kentucky include:

Anglin Falls
Broke Leg Falls
Cumberland Falls, Cumberland Falls State Park
Dog Slaughter Falls
Seventy-Six Falls
Yahoo Falls

For a listing of all known waterfalls in Kentucky, visit the World Waterfall Database.

BEST CAVES IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky is one of the best states for taking cave tours. Here are some of the best cave tours in Kentucky:

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BEST SCENIC DRIVES IN KENTUCKY



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BEST RAIL TRAILS IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky has several great rail trails (or paths that are similar to rail trails) for cycling and walking, including:

Dawkins Line Rail Trail - 36-mile rail trail from Hagerhill to Evanston in eastern KY; longest rail trail in KY; mix of asphalt & crushed stone
Legacy Trail - 12-mile paved rail trail that runs north-to-south within the city of Lexington
Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike & Hike Trail - 9-mile gravel rail trail that starts within Mammoth Cave National Park
Prestonsburg Passage Rail Trail - 8.6 mile paved rail trail from Prestonsburg to David in Eastern KY

For more information on rail trails in Kentucky, visit the website of the Rails to Trails Conservancy.

BEST AMUSEMENT PARKS / THEME PARKS IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky has several good amusement parks. The best amusement parks in Kentucky include:

Beech Bend Park & Splash Lagoon, Bowling Green
Kentucky Kingdom & Hurricane Bay, Louisville
Kentucky Splash Water Park and Campground, Williamsburg
SomerSplash, Somerset
Venture River Family Water Park, Eddyville

Take note that Holiday World & Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana is one of the best theme parks in the U.S., and it isn't very far from the northern Kentucky border.

BEST MUSEUMS IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky has many excellent museums, and they cover a wide variety of subjects. The best museums in Kentucky include:

Ark Encounter, Williamstown - giant Christian religious attraction; not sure if this should be classified as a religious theme park or museum?
Aviation Museum of Kentucky, Lexington
Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, Louisville - historic Victorian mansion tours; known for its Richardsonian Romanesque architecture
Creation Museum, Petersburg - religious attraction based on a "young Earth creationist explanation of the origin of the universe"
Frazier History Museum, Louisville
Great American Dollhouse Museum, Danville - more than 200 dollhouses on display; miniature neighborhoods and villages
Historic RailPark & Train Museum, Bowling Green
Kentucky Derby Museum, Louisville - excellent exhibits on Thoroughbred horse racing
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville - tour the country's prime baseball bat maker; a giant bat sits near the front entrance
Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville - sports museum and cultural center
National Corvette Museum, Bowling Green - the ultimate ode to the Chevy Corvette; perhaps the finest auto museum in US dedicated to 1 car
National Quilt Museum, Paducah - one of the top quilt museums in the U.S.; even if you don't like quilts, you'll likely appreciate the art/designs
Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History, Bardstown
Speed Art Museum, Louisville
Swope's Cards of Yesteryear Museum, Elizabethtown

BEST DAY HIKES IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky has some great hiking trails, especially in and around the Red River Gorge Geological Area. Here are many of the best day hikes in Kentucky:

Northeastern Kentucky
Angel Windows, Red River Gorge Geologic Area
Carter Caves State Resort Park trails (e.g. Three Bridges)
Chimney Top Trail, Red River Gorge Geologic Area
Double Arch / Auxier Ridge / Courthouse Rock Loop, Red River Gorge Geologic Area
Gray's Arch, Red River Gorge Geologic Area
Indian Staircase Trail, Red River Gorge Geologic Area
Natural Bridge State Resort Park trails (e.g. Natural Bridge, Battleship Rock Trail)
Princess Arch, Red River Gorge Geologic Area
Rock Bridge, Red River Gorge Geologic Area
Sky Bridge, Red River Gorge Geologic Area

Southeastern and Southcentral Kentucky
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park trails
Dog Slaughter Falls, Daniel Boone National Forest
Pinnacle Overlook, Cumberland Gap National Historic Park
Yahoo Falls / Yahoo Arch, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area

The highpoint of Kentucky is Black Mountain (4,139'), located in the southeastern section of the state. You can normally drive right to the top; however, the road may be snowy/icy (or even closed) in winter.

To find more hikes in Kentucky or to learn more about the hikes I've listed above, I recommend purchasing hiking guidebooks on Amazon (or from your local retailer). Another option is using alltrails.com, but you have to be very careful when using that website as its information is often wrong or incomplete. Published hiking guidebooks will likely always be significantly better than the information you find online.

BEST BACKPACKING TRIPS IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky offers some great backpacking opportunities. Some of the premier backpacking routes/areas in Kentucky include:

Beaver Creek Wilderness
Carter Caves State Resort Park
North/South Trail, Land Between the Lakes NRA - 59 miles across the entire length of the national recreation area
Ridge Trail, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
Sal Hallow Loop, Mammoth Cave National Park
Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail - 290 miles from northern Kentucky to Pickett State Park in Tennessee

CLASSIC OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN KENTUCKY



Kentucky offers a few excellent adventures, including these classics:

Arch hunting all over the state
ATV/ORV-ing in the Black Mountain Off Road Adventure Area
Backpacking the North/South Trail - 59 miles across the entire length of the Land Between the Lakes NRA
Backpacking the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail - 290 miles from northern Kentucky to Pickett State Park in Tennessee
Canoeing/kayaking Elkhorn Creek
Canoeing/kayaking the Green River
Canoeing/kayaking the Kentucky River
Canoeing/kayaking the Nolin River
Caving in any of Kentucky's many underground caves (some of which offer "wild" cave tours)
Cycling the Legacy Trail
Cycling the Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike & Hike Trail
Cycling the Prestonsburg Passage Rail Trail
Day hiking in Red River Gorge Geological Area
Hot air ballooning in Louisville
Mountain biking the England-Idlewild Mountain Biking Trail in Burlington
Mountain biking the Silver Creek Bike Park in Berea
Rocking climbing in the Red River Gorge
Via ferrata climbing with Southeast Mountain Guides in Campton (amazing!)

KENTUCKY TRAVEL TIPS



For offbeat and unique Kentucky attractions, visit one or both of these amazing websites: Atlas Obscura and Roadside America

Both Cincinnati, OH and Nashville, TN are very close to the Kentucky border, and both have many attractions worth visiting.

Louisville and Lexington are only about 75-80 miles from each other, and so it's not too difficult to visit both cities on the same trip. If you have extra time, visit the nearby cities of Berea, Bardstown and/or Frankfort too.

UNIQUE / SPECIALTY FOODS TO TRY IN KENTUCKY



Here are some unique / specialty foods to try while you are in Kentucky:

beer cheese
benedictine (cucumber and cream cheese spread)
bourbon / whiskey
bourbon balls
burgoo
country ham and red eye gravy
derby pie
fried chicken
hot brown sandwich
libwich
mint julep (an alcoholic drink)
mutton
rolled oysters
spoonbread
southern wilted lettuce (kilt lettuce)

For a list of unique foods and mom-and-pop type eateries and restaurants in Kentucky (or any other U.S. state), visit the Roadfood.com website.
For a list of unique foods to try in each of the 50 U.S. states, click here.
For a list of the top-rated beers to try in Kentucky (or any other U.S. state), visit the Beer Advocate website.

OTHER KEY KENTUCKY INFORMATION



Capital = Frankfort
Major airports = Louisville; in addition, many people will fly into Cincinnati, OH or Nashville, TN and then drive into Kentucky
Largest cities = Louisville (344,794), Lexington (327,924), Bowling Green (75,140), Owensboro (60,767), Covington (41,025)
Primary U.S. interstates = I-24, I-64, I-65, I-69, I-71, I-75
State highpoint = Black Mountain (4,139'); you can normally drive right to the top; however, the road may be snowy/icy (or even closed) in winter
Professional sports teams = none (although nearby Cincinnati, OH does have some)

Take note that in general this travel guide intentionally excluded restaurants, lodging/hotels, breweries, wineries/vineyards, and certain other types of attractions (like arcades, ax-throwing, bowling alleys, and escape rooms). These types of places tend to come and go, and keeping up with that would be too challenging. I encourage you to use Google Maps, Tripadvisor, Yelp, and other travel sites that have reader reviews to find the latest and greatest places that I haven't covered here.


Angel Windows, Red River Gorge, Kentucky
Angel Windows, Red River Gorge, Kentucky

Chimney Rock views, Kentucky
views from Chimney Rock, Kentucky

Giant Cocktail Building in Lexington, Kentucky
giant cocktail building roadside attraction in Lexington, Kentucky

Grays Arch, Red River Gorge, Kentucky
Grays Arch, Red River Gorge, Kentucky

Miguel's Pizza, the most famous restaurant in the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky
Miguel's Pizza, the most famous restaurant in the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky

Birthplace of KFC in Corbin, Kentucky
Birthplace of KFC in Corbin, Kentucky

Natural Bridge in Natural Bridge State Resort Park, Kentucky
Natural Bridge in Natural Bridge State Resort Park, Kentucky

Sky Bridge, Red River Gorge, Kentucky
Sky Bridge, Red River Gorge, Kentucky

via ferrata climbing near the Red River Gorge in Kentucky
via ferrata climbing near the Red River Gorge in Kentucky

Cumberland Falls, Kentucky
Cumberland Falls, Kentucky

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