It’s fall y’all. Add some color and adventure to your life in the bluegrass state. We go inside outdoors with the Kentucky Department of Travel for their list of events across the commonwealth. Fall fishing, hunting seasons, Keeneland, halloween, fall colors and the Kentucky Adventure Games. Gas is cheap and the time is now.
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