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Kentucky, a mid-eastern state in the USA, also famous as ‘Bluegrass State’, is an eye-catching tourist destination for tourists. As a huge expanse of land, it has been divided into five major parts—Cumberland Plateau, Bluegrass Region, Pennyroyal Plateau, Western Coal Fields and Jackson Purchase. With a humid subtropical climate, it flourishes with lakes, rivers, caves, valleys, museums and historical sites. The best thing about it is that it remains evergreen during all seasons. So, tourists need not have the patience to wait for the best time to visit it. For their accommodations, there are various types of vacation home rentals in Kentucky—villas, cottages, condos, cabins, chalets and apartments.

Why Visit Kentucky?

Kentucky is a chief hub of natural jewels—dense forests, cave systems and rock formations—and exciting activities—horse riding, hiking, boating, camping, swimming, golfing and fishing.

Attractions to Visit in Kentucky

There are many things to see and explore in Kentucky. Those that have given immense popularity to this state include the following:

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: This is an open-air village that throws light on the traditional lifestyle of Shakers. It has ancient buildings, where items of furniture and many other things that date back to 1800s can be seen.  Here, tourists can gather lots of information related to the living standard of Shakers, including their farming methods.

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park: Also famous as the ‘Niagara of the South’, this resort park is a major attraction in Kentucky. It has walking trails, ranging from short to long lengths. Tourists can enjoy here fishing, birding, swimming, camping, rafting trips and horseback rides. In addition, there are a restaurant with different varieties of foods and a gift shop with souvenirs.

Louisville Mega Cavern: Located beneath Louisville, this is a dazzling attraction; spread over 100 acres of land. For many years, it lay in a dilapidated condition but now it has been turned into an underground storage facility. Through tram tours, tourists can view the workings that go on in cavern and become familiar with its engineering methods. An electric bike and zip line tours are also available here.

Lost River Cave: This cave is a major source of attraction for both adults and kids. Through it, they can take the glimpses of many wonders that are present inside. A boat tour is the biggest attraction here. In addition, they can enjoy a large array of programs and activities for their entertainment. Some family activities include geocaching, sifting for gemsand bird bingo.

Kentucky Horse Park: Lying at a short distance from Lexington, this park has many attractions including museums and provides opportunities to tourists to enjoy various activities, such as horse riding, pony rides, etc. In addition, various shows are organized here to throw light on different breeds of horses and their occupations.

Beaches near Kentucky

Beaches are the best places in Kentucky for tourists when it is a matter of calming their tits. Those that provide top class amenities include the following:

Cherokee State Park: Located on Kentucky Lake, this is the right place for those, who like to spend time with their families. The activities commonly indulged in here include sunning, hiking, fishing, swimming, etc.

Rough River State Park: Spread over 5,000-acres of land, this is the perfect place for enjoying two chief activities—chilling and grilling in the sun. In addition, other activities that tourists can enjoy include swimming, boating and fishing.

Green River: This Park provides a good opportunity to tourists for beachside camping. It features a volleyball sand court, bathhouses, shower room, grocery store and laundry. The activities that tourists can enjoy here include fishing and swimming.

Lake Barkley State Resort Park: Located on the Shore of Barkley Lake, this is the largest man-made lake in Kentucky. Tourists can enjoy here swimming, fishing, ski boating, splashing in the lake, etc. It also features a volleyball court.

Best Time to Visit Kentucky

In terms of weather and safety, the best time to visit Kentucky is from April 9thto June 10th. During this time, the temperature remains moderate and there is the least chance of snowfall and rainfall. As a result, tourists can stay here without being hit by the vagaries of nature.

How to Visit Kentucky?

Kentucky can be visited easily by both types of tourists—local and international— without any hassles. The chief airports located here include Barkley Regional Airport, Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport, Louisville International Airport and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. In addition, the local means of transportation include cars, trains and buses.

Vacation Home Rentals in Kentucky

Find American Rentals, one of the best Kentucky vacation rentals by owner, provides no-booking-fee vacation rentals to tourists at affordable prices. Tourists can contact it anytime to book their accommodations.