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For anyone who wants to get away from the stress of day-to-day life and has been thinking about a vacation in Kentucky, you might want to book an RV in Hardin County so that you can camp at Elizabethtown Crossroads Campground. You’ll find yourself in a quiet, pretty, wooded setting ideal for relaxing, and also for having loads of fun. A swimming pool, playground, pavilion, game room - those are just a couple of things available at this RV park. You can also play a game in the horseshoe pit or on the volleyball court, catch a fish and release it, or go for an invigorating hike, all without leaving your RV rental at Elizabethtown Crossroads Campground. There are loads of events as well, for the whole family.
RV camping at Elizabethtown Crossroads Campground is as comfortable as it is fun and relaxing. Just take a look at the restrooms and air-conditioned shower and laundry facilities, as well as the grocery store stocked with both snacks and RV supplies, or the dump station and pet walking area. Some of the sites are pull-through with full hookups, whereas others have water and electricity - and all sites have WiFi, so don’t worry about being able to tell everyone back home about your Kentucky adventures.
Elizabethtown Crossroads Campground camping is awesome, but so is Elizabethtown itself, a city full of history, culture, and attractions for everyone. You can also drive your RV rental to Hodgenville, the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, or the cities of Bardstown and Leitchfield, both with their own atmospheres and personalities. When getting an RV rental near Elizabethtown Crossroads Campground, you’ll also be near the big city of Louisville as well as waterparks, outdoor recreation, and the world-famous Mammoth Caves.
If you’re longing for some nature, just park your RV in Elizabethtown and head to Freeman Lake Park, a beautiful area where you can use the walking trails and the 18-hole disc golf course, play pickleball and sand volleyball, or have fun at the playground and pavilion rentals. Play some tennis, have a picnic, and play with your dog in the dog park, but don’t forget about the big attraction: the lake. Fish for channel catfish, bluegill, and rainbow trout, or go kayaking or paddle-boarding. The kayak dock is wheelchair-friendly, too.
If you’d like to see a bit more of the area surrounding you and your Elizabethtown RV rental, then you can try the Greenbelt Walking Tours and Parks. These series of trails run by not only Freeman Lake, but also Buffalo Lake and Fisherman’s Lake and do a great job protecting recreational, ecological, and historical features as well as serve as an excellent recreational opportunity.
You simply can’t rent an RV in Elizabethtown without paying a visit to Mammoth Cave National Park, home to arguably the largest cave system in the whole world. Go on a tour deep underground, where it’s always 54 degrees Fahrenheit no matter what time of year, and where you can truly learn the meaning of absolute darkness - don’t worry, though, the ranger who’s guiding you knows the caves. You can also check out caves and caverns where you can see an underground river or learn about the cave system, and you can shop for rocks, minerals, fossils, and other souvenirs as well.
When you rent an RV in Hardin County and just happen to be a history buff, then you’ll love these next attractions - especially if you prefer military and political history. First up is Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace, which you’ll find just outside Hodgenville. See what the cabin that served as his first home looked like, and check out the spring that provided the family with water before heading to Patton Museum complete with exhibits of many artifacts related to General Patton. Get something at the museum store, and who knows - perhaps you'll want to start volunteering.
Next up is the fantastic city of Louisville, with loads of great things to do. Check out Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory where you can learn all about how the popular bat has influenced baseball over the years - and yes, you can get one with your name on it. You can also learn about science at the Kentucky Science Center, and you won’t be far from Churchill Downs where the world-famous Kentucky Derby is held every year.
Have you booked your rental RV near Elizabethtown Crossroads Campground yet? If not, it’s about time - how else are you going to experience the amazing area?