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Southern Kentucky has plenty of amazing natural spots in store for curious travelers, and you can reach them all if you rent a camper near Cave Country RV Campground. Amenities found at the campground will make your trip even better, and they include a camp store, a pavilion, and a large clubhouse where you can gather all your friends and family. Your pet will enjoy the huge dog park, while you can spend some time in the game and fitness room shooting pool or working on staying in shape. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are also available. When it comes to finding a site for your rental RV, you will find that all sites have full hookups with 30/50 amps, as well as picnic tables and fire rings.
When you book an RV in Barren County, don’t just leave it in the RV park – use it to reach all the amazing places of the surrounding region. In a matter of minutes, you can get to Mammoth Cave National Park and explore its underground labyrinth. Nature lovers can also visit one of the lakes and forests an hour's drive from the campground. If you are in for an urban experience, start from Bowling Green and check out its attractions such as the National Corvette Museum and Lost River Cave. Another great thing about camping at Cave Country RV Campground is that it lies between Louisville, one of the largest cities of Kentucky and home to Churchill Downs where the famous Kentucky Derby takes place, and Nashville, aka the Music City, attracting visitors with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Ryman Auditorium.
The Bluegrass State is famous for its diverse landscape, and one of its most incredible features are magnificent caves waiting to be explored. One of them is just a stone’s throw from the campground, and you can wander through its passages when you park your campervan rental at Mammoth Cave National Park. Said to be the world’s longest cave system, it will blow you away with otherworldly rock formations and endless possibilities for new discoveries. When you want to resurface and continue exploring, you will find that the Green and Nolin rivers flow through the park, giving you a chance to go fishing and kayaking, as well as camp next to the river or on one of its picturesque islands. Those who want to remain on dry land can enjoy hiking, biking, and horseback riding through the wooded parts of the park.
Travelers who want to find some peace next to a vast, tranquil lake can do exactly that if they take their Cave City campers to Nolin Lake State Park. The lake is definitely the heart and soul of the park, great for boating, fishing, and swimming. When you get tired and want to relax for a while, lie down on the soft sand of the beach area. There is a hiking trail that leads to a small waterfall that appears depending on the weather, and visitors can also explore the park by bike. Wonderful picnic spots equipped with tables and grills are just what you need if you are coming with friends and family. Another interesting activity is birdwatching – Canada geese, great blues herons, and wild turkeys can be spotted during the camping season.
Rock shelters, arches, waterfalls, and gorges – whichever natural feature you can think of, you will find it at Daniel Boone National Forest. It takes less than two hours driving east in your rental RV to reach this giant where thousands of acres of wilderness call for adventurers to roam around and feel the freedom only found in the untouched nature. Be amazed by the rugged rock formations of Red River Gorge Geological Area offering excellent climbing spots or go for a day of fishing and canoeing on one of the three large lakes hiding in the forest.
There is no end to unique natural attractions around the campground, but the human-made ones are also worth visiting.
If you decide to spend the day at Bowling Green, enter the National Corvette Museum. It doesn’t matter whether you are a car enthusiast or not – you will enjoy looking at dozens of models of this sports car taking you through past decades of its development. In addition to a variety of exhibits, visitors can try a driving simulator or drive an actual Corvette.
Those who opt for a visit to Louisville should make sure to visit Louisville Zoo and enjoy the company of its animal inhabitants. Hundreds of animals can be seen at the zoo, divided into several exhibits such as the HerpAquarium, home to an extraordinary albino alligator, and Wallaroo Walkabout, dedicated to Australian animals. In addition to interesting animals, the zoo is famous for its events, including a huge Halloween party and Brew at the Zoo, where you can try beer from local restaurants and craft vendors.
Nashville is another bucket list city that you can quickly get to, and one of its most popular attractions is definitely the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. It is home to one of the world’s largest music collections, as well as thousands of photographs, hundreds of musical instruments, and rare video material. From its stunning design featuring piano keys to the immense cultural treasure waiting inside, the museum will surprise you at every step.
Another reason why Cave City camping is an unforgettable experience is its restaurants – minutes away from the campground, you will find barbecue spots, steakhouses, and fast-food joints, which means that every camper can find something to their liking.