Located in Western Kentucky, midway between Nashville, TN, and Louisville, Central City offers easy access to anyone who wants to check out the town’s attractions. Better yet, when you arrive, you’ll find a welcoming community that’s anxious to show you every allure that makes Central City the special place it is.
Book an RV in Central City and head out on an amazing outdoor adventure where you will be checking out some of the least visited attractions of the city.
Central City is a small community where rich musical heritage originates, hospitality abounds, and an eclectic environment offers just about a little something for every traveler. Take your RV rental from Central City, and see what all the art galleries, museums, food festivals, and downtown music jamborees to rodeos, antique car shows, and outdoor recreations have to offer.
Owensboro is a little more than 35 miles north, while the larger city of Louisville is around an two hours northeast.
The Great Outdoors
With your travel trailer rental from Central City, make your way to Lu-Ray Park and Amphitheater. This open-air facility boasts a covered outdoor pavilion (complete with electricity and water), an outdoor amphitheater with a 5,000 plus seating arrangement, walking trails, restroom facilities, and a veterans memorial. This is a great place to solidify the bond between you and your friends or family. There are also parking spots for your Central City camper rental.
After spending some time at the amphitheater, check out Bran Lake Campgrounds in Graham, located just a short drive from Central City. If you like spending time outdoors, then being in the heart of nature is a priority, and that’s exactly what Bran Lake Campgrounds offers. This site will also give you an opportunity to unwind and relax and escape all the chaos in your daily life.
After having the time of your life at Bran lake Campgrounds, drop by Greater Muhlenberg Parks and Recreation System in Greenville. This park is a go-to attraction for Central City locals, tourists, and vacationers. Thanks to its plenty shades of green, it is a great spot to spend a lazy afternoon enjoying friends and family.
Checking out all attraction around Central City will take a couple of days so you’ll need to find a great RV park for your motorhome rental from Central City.
If you do not want to leave the city limits, then try out Western Kentucky RV Park. This spacious RV park is snuggled in the rolling landscape of rural Kentucky just off the scenic Western Kentucky Parkway and near Central City. Amenities you’ll get to enjoy at this location include multiple pull thru sites, mail package services, laundry facilities, large playground for kids, clean showers and restrooms, free WiFi, water and sewer, as well as 50, 30, and 20 amp hookups for your luxury RV rental from Central City.
If you want to see what RV parks outside the city have to offer, Diamond Lake RV Park in Owensboro would be a nice place for you to start. Campsites at this campground offer full hookups with up to 50 amp electricity as well as water and a dump site. There are also multiple lakes to satisfy the fisherman in your family. The racer in your family is covered as well. Diamond Lake Park offers multiple go-kart tracks to keep the adrenaline pumping during your stay.
Another RV outside Central City worth checking out is Lake Malone over in Dunmor. This park allows you to enjoy the surrounding area’s beautiful landscape as you hike the miles along Wildflower Trail and Laurel Trail. The trails also offer a picturesque view of lots of rock walls that were once used by Native Americans as shelters. Lake Malone will also allow you to test your skills at catching sunfish, bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, and catfish.
Exploring the City
From nature to parks to campgrounds, Central City sets the standard in all categories. Just a short drive from the city, you’ll find Lost River Cave, which offers multiple ways for friends and families to have fun as they admire Kentucky’s exceptional geology and get their young ones to love nature.
Should Lost River Cave was not enough adventure, get your travel trailer rental from Central City and check out Mammoth Cave. This cave lies in the Caveland Corridor (or Land of 10,000 Sinks), an area a few miles away from Central City. Mammoth Cave is also one of the largest cave systems in the world with hundreds of miles of passage that have been surveyed so far.
If you prefer less action and more knowledge of the state, visit Kentucky Museum in Bowling Green and get an insight into South Central Kentucky’s culture and history, with displays, artifacts, and exhibits that provide valuable information on the area.