Red River Gorge

Action-packed Outdoor Fun in Daniel Boone National Forest, KY Red River Gorge in Slade, Kentucky is a popular place for outdoor sports, hiking, and camping. It is also home to the world-famous Natural Bridge. Red River Gorge in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Slade, Kentucky is a great place for an outdoor adventure. The … Read more

General Butler State Resort Park

Golfing, Hiking, and Good Food Highlight this Park Near Carrollton General Butler State Resort Park, one of Kentucky’s most popular state parks, is located near the confluence of the Ohio and Kentucky Rivers near Carrollton. A beautiful lodge with an excellent restaurant, a campground, and 24 cottages highlight the lodging options when staying at General … Read more

Natural Bridge State Resort Park

Beautiful Resort Highlights Popular Red River Gorge Vacation-Land Kentucky’s Red River Gorge region within the Daniel Boone National Forest is one of the state’s most popular vacation destinations. The centerpiece of this vacation-land is Natural Bridge, a massive sandstone arch standing 65 feet over the its mountaintop home. Natural Bridge State Resort Park is the … Read more

Celebrating the Corvette In Bowling Green, Kentucky

The National Corvette Museum is Mecca for the Chevrolet sports car line enthusiast. Nearby is the assembly plant with factory tours. Say “Corvette” and the image of the open road, fast-driving, and distinctive styling is brought to mind. Songs, movies, and television shows have featured the characteristic chassis and conveyed its aura. Visitors to Bowling … Read more

Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Has Something for Everyone

While exploring Southeastern Kentucky from Berea, Kentucky’s craft capital, to Cumberland Gap National Historical Park tap your toes to mountain music, learn about America’s earliest history, marvel at the works of talented craftspeople, go canoeing along wild rivers, and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Called the Wilderness Road Heritage Highway, the route starts south of Lexington … Read more

American Road Trip through Southeast Kentucky

Traveling the I-95 To Berea, Its Famous College And Artisan Center No road trip through Southeast Kentucky is complete without a few days in Berea, an artsy and very liberal southern gem. Searching for adventure, a good meal and a touch of the quirky while trekking down the I-95 on your American road trip this … Read more

Bee Rock Campground in Southeastern Kentucky

Hiking and Camping In The Daniel Boone National Forest Kentucky’s Bee Rock National Park has scenic views and quiet campsites for visitors to relax in. Bee Rock used to be a haven for wild honey bees, but when those bees became a threat, locals used dynamite to blow up the bees’ home, and so much … Read more

Kentucky’s Cumberland Falls

Kentucky State Park Waterfall With Other Outdoor Attractions Cumberland Falls is one of the natural highlights of Kentucky. The nearby State Resort Park features the beautiful DuPont Lodge with hiking trails leading to the falls. Cumberland Falls Cumberland Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the eastern United States. Known as the “Niagara … Read more

Morbid Kentucky Historical Sites

Most Notorious Tourist Attractions In Kentucky From cave explorers to feuding families, Kentucky’s past is filled with storied to keep morbid-minded adventurers entertained. Here is a collection of some of historical sites that inform tourists of some of Kentucky’s darker days. The Floyd Collins Museum On January 30th, 1925, cave explorer Floyd Collins became trapped … Read more