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If you want to camp in an RV near Bowling Green, Kentucky, you can find a nice place to park a rental motorhome at Bowling Green KOA. The campground is conveniently located just minutes from the city center of Bowling Green, between Interstate 165 and Interstate 65. It’s easily accessible from either Louisville or Owensboro. You’ll find lots of recreational activities available in the surrounding area too. There are state parks with freshwater lakes, mountainous hiking and biking trails, and caving opportunities all within a 90-minute drive when you're camping at Bowling Green KOA.
You don’t need to leave the campground to find family-friendly amenities either. Bowling Green KOA has its own mini-golf course, scenic walking trails, and even a pet playground for your four-legged friend. Or, you can take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool – open from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend - or challenge your companions on the volleyball courts. If you forgot to pick up supplies in town, don’t worry, because this campground has its own camp store and a snack bar.
Propane and firewood can be purchased on-site too for your evening BBQ. Sites at Bowling Green KOA are equipped with full hookups (max 50 amps), cable TV, and Wi-Fi. The maximum pull-through size is 100 feet, and some sites are set up with patio areas. You’ll also have access to laundry facilities when you're RV camping at Bowling Green KOA.
After you book an RV in Warren County, you can visit Barren River Lake State Park; it’s less than an hour's drive away if you’re camping at Bowling Green KOA. This state park encompasses over 1,000 acres of open grasslands. There are plenty of wildflowers and plant species to see as well as many species of birdlife. You can spot sandhill cranes, bald eagles, and warblers while hiking on the park’s trails, or pick up the pace of the park's 2.5-mile paved bike route. Plus, with over 140 miles of shoreline, Barren River Lake is an excellent place for a summertime swim.
For more water sports, you can take your campervan rental north to Nolin Lake State Park. The park is a popular spot for swimming and boating, including canoeing and kayaking, and the lake has its own boat ramp. Back on dry land, Nolin Lake State Park has a 9.2-mile single-track trail which is suitable for hikers and mountain bikers. There are also designated picnicking areas throughout the park with tables and grills so the family can enjoy lunch al fresco. Meanwhile, birdwatchers have the opportunity to spot great blue herons, sandhill cranes, and Canada geese. During the spring, you may even see a bald eagle flying overhead.
Another must-see spot when you rent a camper near Bowling Green KOA is Mammoth Cave National Park which was discovered by human-kind 4,000 years ago. Boasting 400 miles of explored cave network, this is one of the longest cave systems in the world. There are guided tours inside Mammoth Cave and around the national park, some of which are wheel-chair accessible. On these tours, visitors can learn the history of human life within the caves and discover the unique geological formations within. There are recreational activities above ground too, with over 60 miles of park trails which are suitable for horseback riding. Meanwhile, hikers and cyclists can share the 9-mile Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike and Hike Trail. The Nolin River and the Green River, which pass through the park, also provide opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, and boating. As if all this weren’t enough, there’s even a Junior Ranger Nature Track which is designed to teach kids about the caves and the diverse eco-system within Mammoth Cave National Park.
One place you can take an RV rental near Bowling Green KOA is Basil Griffin Park. It’s located just outside of the city of Bowling Green and hosts a 33-acre lake, picnic areas, and ten softball courts. The 111-acre park is the perfect place for family activities. There are playgrounds, disc golf, and a horseshoe pit. Looking for something interesting? Within the grounds of Basil Griffin Park is the Aviation Heritage Park which is home to a graveyard of historical airplanes, from a T-38 trainer to Vietnam war aircraft. The exhibition also details the histories of important south-central Kentucky aviators with a series of educational and interactive displays.
Continuing the historical theme, you can make a visit to The Historic RailPark & Train Museum at the L&N Depot in Bowling Green. Inside the museum, you can find a great number of antique rail artifacts of regional and national significance. The exhibitions are both educational and interactive, so even the little ones can stay focused. After walking through the museum, you can see the restored railcars and go for a ride on a 796 E-8 Locomotive.
If old-age transportation doesn’t spark your interest, then there are many more museums to choose from in the center of Bowling Green. The city also offers a range of eateries, from American diners to Mexican or Italian restaurants. There are modern shopping malls and sports stores as well as a flea market for thrifty shoppers.
Or, you can drive the Bowling Green camper rental just outside of town to the Lost River Cave to float between limestone walls on the subterranean lake. This may be the one and only underground boat tour available in Kentucky. There are unique experiences to be had by everyone with a Bowling Green RV rental.