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Discover Lexington, KY

In the heart of Kentucky’s iconic Bluegrass region, Lexington is a charming city that absolutely must be considered for your next vacation. No other city blends quaint small-town appeal and big city convenience quite like Lexington, and the entire Fayette County has lots to offer. Interestingly enough, Lexington is known as the Horse Capital of the World due to its 400 horse farms and many race tracks like The Red Mile, Kentucky Horse Park, and Keeneland, which is widely considered to be America’s number one track for Thoroughbred horses.

Booking an RV in Lexington, Kentucky is a fantastic way to see the wonderful Bluegrass State while establishing a home base throughout the duration of your stay. Lexington is the second largest city in the state after Louisville, but you might never know it by the look of its lovely little streets of cobblestone or the many historic houses throughout the city. Just outside the city, Bourbon county produces some of the best distilled spirits in the entire world, which can be tasted in one of the many bars and fine dining establishments in Lexington. In addition to the proud history, horse racing tradition, and incredible bourbon whiskey, there are many events that will give you that extra nudge to rent an RV in Lexington. The Mayfest Arts Fair, Kentucky Crawfish Festival, and the world-famous Festival of Bluegrass, which celebrates the proud musical heritage of the bluegrass genre, are all wonderful reasons to visit the unique city.

Explore the Outdoors

Lexington is fortunate enough to be located within one of the most magnificent regions in one of the most gorgeous states in the USA. Not only is Lexington surrounded by natural beauty, but so too is it full of wonderful little parks, hiking trails, and bicycle paths in an effort to encourage a greater love of the outdoors. With 24 miles of shared use trails and 28 miles of bicycle lanes, this bike and pedestrian-friendly city is a great place to rent an RV. Masterson Station Park is a 650-acre preserve located in the outermost areas of Lexington dedicated entirely to horseback riding and training. Lending further credibility to the city’s claim of being “Horse Capital of the World”, this lovely park is a great place to walk around and get comfortable with the equine species. Raven Run Nature Sanctuary has miles of trails weaving through the wooded glens adjacent to the Kentucky River Palisades. The steep limestone gorges that slope down into the Kentucky River are breathtaking, to say the least, and line the river for over 100 miles. Raven Run also has a nature center you can visit when you rent an RV in Lexington. The center is full of insight and information that helps answer questions and informs visitors about the many different protected species located within the preserve.

If you feel you must leave the city to see more of Kentucky, Edge of Appalachia Nature Preserve lies to the east and consists of ten smaller preserves, four of which are National Natural Landmarks. A short drive north in your Lexington RV rental will bring you to the doorstep of Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge located halfway between Louisville and Cincinnati. This refuge is the largest of its kind in the state of Indiana, and has become a major hunting ground for hunters in the Midwest. The park is also home to 200 species of birds and many other animals like white-tailed deer and an assortment of fish in the freshwater streams and ponds.

Daniel Boone National Forest is the most obvious choice for people renting an RV in Lexington, as it is the largest and closest national forest to town. This popular destination attracts over a million people to the many recreation areas in the massive swath of land. With 600 miles of trails and over a hundred recreation areas, Kentucky folk absolutely cherish this slice of paradise within the Bluegrass State.

City Sightseeing

It is hard to know where to begin exactly when you rent an RV in Lexington. There are so many options, depending on what you like to do. The Bluegrass Farmers Market and Lexington Farmers Market are amazing places to meet and mingle -- and pick up fresh local produce, artisan food, and handmade crafts to bring home with you. The Historic Kentucky Theater is a gorgeous piece of architecture reminiscent of the early 20th century and features lots of events and old movie screenings that are a pleasure to see within the antique ornate walls. Speaking of architecture and history, the Mary Todd Lincoln House is another famous attraction in Lexington worthy of your attention. This childhood home of Mary Todd Lincoln, who was married to the 16th president of the United States, was formerly an inn and tavern before being purchased by her family. The gorgeous 14-room house now lovingly displays artifacts and items from both the Todd and Lincoln families to pay homage to the president and first lady. The Aviation Museum of Kentucky offers a nice change of pace with its many operational aircrafts on display. The museum seeks to pay respects to the aviation industry that was a crucial part of the state’s economy for a long period of time. Last but not least, check out Keeneland or the Kentucky Horse Park for races and other events, a can’t miss opportunity to see how much Lexington really loves horses.

RV Parks to Visit

There are few places quite so accommodating as Lexington when it comes to renting an RV on vacation. The city has five Walmart Supercenters and an endless number of places to fuel up, shop for supplies, and stay overnight. Whispering Hills RV Park is nestled in the hills of the countryside outside of town. With all the usual amenities and then some, this cozy park will provide you with more than you need to relax when you rent an RV in Lexington. Chimney Rock RV Park has a wonderful playground and pool and sits alongside a lovely lake and marina. Cummins Ferry Resort Campground and Marina similarly has a marina and lake access and sits on the lovely Kentucky River Palisades. Kentucky Horse Park even has its own campground for you to stay at in your Lexington luxury motorhome rental when you want to catch a race at the historic track. No matter where you stay though, Lexington is sure to charm you into coming back again and again.

RV Rentals in Lexington, KY

Lexington, KY is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Lexington. Outdoorsy's Lexington RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Lexington are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, Pisgah National Forest, Virgin Falls State Natural Area, and New River Gorge National River.

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What's around Lexington, KY

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Natural Bridge and Battleship Rock Trail Slade Kentucky
Raven Run Nature Sanctuary Trail Lexington Kentucky
Clifty Falls State Park Loop Trail Madison Indiana
Rock Bridge Trail Out and Back Pine Ridge Kentucky
Eagle Falls Trail Parkers Lake Kentucky
Dog Slaughter Falls Trail Corbin Kentucky
Yahoo Falls Trail Whitley City Kentucky
Berea Forest Trail Berea Kentucky
Auxier Ridge Trail Stanton Kentucky
Grays Arch Loop Trail Slade Kentucky

Nearby Campgrounds

Kentucky Horse Park

campground Lexington, KY
This camp ground caters to those who are seeking a rustic getaway with comfort. There are 260 roomy sites to choose, which offer modern electric and water connections, fire rings and picnic tables. Within the camp you'll find a convenience store and groceries, so you won?t have to venture far. But you'll only be within 4 miles of Lexington. For those who want to stay active enjoy the junior Olympic size swimming pool, volleyball and basketball courts. Take a nice walk or bike the 12 mile paved trail that leads you from blue rolling hills to downtown Lexington. Your RV rental will look great here. This is a horse-lover?s paradise, where you can interact with these majestic animals. You can take a horse drawn trolley, watch a parade of the different breeds. There is also a museum, and films are shown regularly. During Christmas there is a lights show, come here to enjoy magnificent displays. Most of all you can marvel at the acres of beautiful bluegrass and of course the horses.

Whispering Hills RV Park

campground Georgetown, KY
This park offers southern comfort year round. Located in horse country you will find rolling hills, and plenty of opportunities to fish, swim, go on horseback and relax. Enjoy the pool, basketball courts, fishing pond, and watch your kids have fun at the playground. Easy access for novice RV rental drivers.


attraction Lexington, KY
A landmark of Kentucky, where you can get within feet of the thorough bred horses. Keeneland is the world's largest thoroughbred auction house, sales are conducted three times during the year. You can also come to enjoy a race, and be sure to dress to impress! All the seats here are great. After the race you can eat an elegant meal, but make sure you reserve.

Mary Todd Lincoln House

attraction Lexington, KY
This restored house has fourteen-rooms which have period furniture, portraits, and heirlooms from the Lincolns and the Todds. Mary Todd moved here with her family in 1832, and she moved out in 1839, after her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln frequently visited.

Fort Boonesborough State Park

campground Richmond, KY
Daniel Boone came here in 1775 and constructed Ft. Boonesborough, today a full scale replica of the original fort is open for visitors. It is also a living museum with live historians. Nestled on the Kentucky River, the park is conveniently located close to the horse farms around Lexington, the arts and crafts of Berea, and White Hall State Historic Site. During your stay you can also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Family fun on your RV rental trip.

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