By QMI Agency
Dreaming of a warm-weather vacation? Why not visit Kentucky.
"From houseboating on Lake Cumberland to exploring the many fascinating exhibits along Louisville’s Museum Row, Kentucky is a fabulous place for families to bond while enjoying new and exciting experiences this summer,” says Mike Cooper, commissioner of Kentucky’s Department of Travel & Tourism. One option is a houseboat vacation on one of Kentucky’s lakes.
Most of the parks with campgrounds are equipped with RV hookups; at the resort parks, lodge rooms and cabin rentals are available for those who would rather get back to nature with more of the comforts of home. State historic parks provide insights into the US Civil War and other early periods in American history, while Lexington’s Kentucky Horse Park, which sees nearly a million visitors a year, is the world’s only theme park dedicated to man’s relationship with the horse.
This story was posted on Tue, May 18, 2010
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