Located on the Ohio River, this city has much more to offer than the Kentucky Derby. There are neighborhoods that cater to the culinary experience. You can visit the East Market District for art and food. Visit museum row, and be sure to check out the Muhammad Ali center. Try some of the best Whisky in the country. Discover a world underground at the Louisville Mega Cavern. But most of all be sure to take in the friendly atmosphere. Book a RV rental from a local Outdoorsy owner and get away to either a local park or hit the roads and explore. RV rentals offer a unique escape from the mundane.
Louisville Campers, RV Trailers, Motorhomes And RV Rentals
Home of the largest flea market in the state, the park is located on 58 acres which include camping, RV spaces, more than 100 outdoor flea market spaces, over 560 indoor booths. There?s also a Farmer's Market, an auction area, and a special events area. The park offers many entertainment events, is conveniently located, it?s only 7 blocks from Churchill Downs, about 3 miles from the Fairgrounds, KY Kingdrom, and the Airport. And you'll have access to the main bus line. Easy access for RV rental drivers.
Kentucky Exposition Center
RV camping is available at the fairgrounds. Book your RV rental and stay on site for your special event, car show, or if you are a vendor during the fair. Different options are available and RV rental is a great way to experience the state fair grounds and Louisville area.
Louisville Mega Cavern
Visit the worlds? only underground zipline, a ropes challenge course, and the country?s only underground bike park. An exciting adventure awaits as you discover history and science behind this landmark. This man made cavern was built in mid 20th century. There are 17 miles of corridors located beneath the city.
Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
A museum that honors the sport of baseball. There are over 16,000 square feet of exhibits and archives to discover. There are many hands on exhibits suitable for all ages. One of the popular exhibits is where visitors can stand on a home plate and experience a 90 mph fast ball.
This is where the longest running sporting event in America began. Horse racing in Kentucky began in 1789 and 100 years later Churchill Downs was opened to the public. The Kentucky Derby takes place each year in May, and the Churchill Downs is open between April and July.