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FUN ACTIVITIES Codeword 26 Math Challenge 35 Change Word 40 Maze 42 Hinks Pinks 44 Dots & Boxes 48 Word Mining 52

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A Project of American Anthropological Association, funded by Ford Foundation and National Science Foundation

SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 — JANUARY 2, 2017 RACE: Are We So Different? helps

visitors understand what race is and what it is not. This interactive exhibit provides a look at race from biological, cultural, and historical points of view and provides tools to recognize racial ideas and practices in contemporary American life. RACE invites visitors to discover the many reasons we should celebrate our differences and explore our shared histories.

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12pm - 5pm closed 9:30am - 5pm


THINGS TO DO WESTERN REGION

Things To Do ALBANY October 14 • Foothills Festival www.foothillsfestivalky.com ASHLAND November 18 • Festival of Trees and Trains www.pacfott.org AUGUSTA October 8 • Turning of the Leaves Festival www.augustaky.com October 29 • Augusta Ghost Tour www.augustaky.com November 26 • Small Business Holiday Shopping Event www.augustaky.com December 10 • White Christmas Parade www.augustaky.com BARDSTOWN October 8 • 36th Annual Bardstown Arts, Crafts & Antiques Fair www.bardstownmainstreet.com October 14 • The Bourbon Chase www.bourbonchase.com October 15 • Bardstown Craft Beer Festival www.bardstowncraftbeerfest.com November 19 • Wickland Christmas Bazaar at Civic Center www.historicwickland.com 5


THINGS TO DO

November 25 • Light Up Bardstown www.bardstownmainstreet.com • The Christmas Corner www.fineartsbardstown.com December 3 • Civil War Christmas www.civil-war-museum.org December 10 • The Gallery on the Square Christmas Open House www.fineartsbardstown.com BEATTYVILLE October 21 • Woolly Worm Festival www.heartofthekentuckyriver.com/woolly-worm-festival BEREA October 8 • Kentucky Guild of Artists & Craftsmen Fall Fair www.kyguild.org BOWLING GREEN October 15 • Bowling Green Bourbon and Brewfest www.bgbrewfest.com October 20-22 • Haunted Lantern Tours www.historicrailpark.com October 27-29 • Haunted Lantern Tours www.historicrailpark.com

BUCKHORN October 29 • Fall Sunrise Elk Watches www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/buckhorn-lake November 5 • Fall Sunrise Elk Watches www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/buckhorn-lake November 19 • Fall Sunrise Elk Watches www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/buckhorn-lake December 3 • Holiday in the Park www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/buckhorn-lake BURKESVILLE October 22 • Dale Hollow Halloween Weekend www.parks.ky.cove/parks/resortparks/dale-hollow BURNSIDE October 31 • Haunting of Burnside 606-561-7117 CADIZ October 14 • 40th Annual Trigg County Country Ham Festival www.gocadiz.com 6


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December 31 • Barkley Bash 2016 www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/lake-barkley CAMPBELLSVILLE October 1 • Mainstreet Saturday Night www.tri-countycarclubonline.com October 15 • Market Off Main www.facebook.com/DowntownCampbellsville October 21 • 8th Annual Halloween in the Park www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/green-river CARLISLE October 22 • The Blue Licks ZOMBIE Walk www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/blue_licks October 28 • Halloween Campout Celebration www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/blue_licks November 4 • 10th Annual Tanner Station Rifle Frolic www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/blue_licks December 9 • December Dinner Theater www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/blue_licks December 17 • Blue Licks Holiday Dinner & A Movie www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/blue_licks December 31 • New Year's Eve Comedy in the Parks www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/blue_licks CARROLLTON October 21 • Halloween Family Weekends at General Butler SRP www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/general-butler October 28 • Halloween Family Weekends at General Butler SRP www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/general-butler December 3 • Frozen Wonderland Day & Festival of Trees - General Butler SRP www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/general-butler December 31 • New Year's Eve Dinner Theatre & Dance www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/general-butler CLERMONT October 15 • ColorFest www.bernheim.org COLUMBIA October 7 • Columbia Downtown Days www.downtowndayscolumbia.com COLUMBUS October 7 • Civil War Days at Columbus - Belmont State Park www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/columbus-belmont October 22 • Campbround Un-BOO-lievable Halloween Event www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/columbus-belmont CORBIN October 7 • Outdoor Family Adventure - Cumberland Falls SRP www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/cumberland-falls October 8 • Campout at the Fire Tower www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/cumberland-falls


THINGS TO DO

November 25 • Outdoor Family Adventure - Cumberland Falls SRP www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/cumberland-falls DAWSON SPRINGS October 1 • First Day Hike: Monthly Hiking Series www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pennyrile-forest October 14 • Photography Weekend www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pennyrile-forest November 1 • First Day Hike: Monthly Hiking Series www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pennyrile-forest November 11 • Scrapbooking Weekend www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pennyrile-forest December 1 • First Day Hike: Monthly Hiking Series www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pennyrile-forest December 3 • Santa Visits the Park & Gift Shop Open House www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pennyrile-forest ELIZABETHTOWN October 1 • Village Cruisers Cruise-In 270-765-2175 November 19 • The 1st Bi-Annual Kentucky's Finest Festival www.facebook.com/kentuckysfinestfestival November 20 • The 1st Bi-Annual Kentucky's Finest Festival www.facebook.com/kentuckysfinestfestival

ELKTON October 1 • HarvestFest www.toddcountyca.org/events/harvestfest FRANKFORT October 6 • Murder and Mayhem Tour www.visitfrankfort.com October 13 • Our Beloved Ghost Evening Tour www.visitfrankfort.com October 13 • Murder and Mayhem Tour www.visitfrankfort.com October 20 • Murder and Mayhem Tour www.visitfrankfort.com October 27 • Murder and Mayhem Tour www.visitfrankfort.com October 27 • Our Beloved Ghost Evening Tour www.visitfrankfort.com October 28 • Black Cat Chase 5K www.visitfrankfort.com 8


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October 28 • Disturbia At The Distillery www.buffalotracedistillery.com November 4 • Kentucky Book Fair www.visitfrankfort.com November 10 • The Candlelight Tradition www.downtownfrankfort.com November 18 • KECU Downtown Frankfort ArtWALK www.downtownfrankfort.com GEORGETOWN October 1 • Ward Hall Open House www.wardhall.net October 6 • Elmwood's Livestock Story: The Chickens, Turkeys, Sheep & Cattle www.elmwoodslivestockstory.eventbrite.com October 18 • Talking Turkey www.talkingturkey.eventbrite.com November 5 • Ward Hall Open House www.wardhall.net GILBERTSVILLE October 21 • Campground Halloween WEEKEND www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/ky-dam-village GLENDALE October 15 • Glendale Crossing Festival www.glendalekentucky.com GREENUP October 14 • Camper Halloween Weekend 1 www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/greenbo-lake October 21 • Camper Halloween Weekend 2 www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/greenbo-lake October 28 • Camper Halloween Weekend 3 www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/greenbo-lake GUTHRIE October 22 • Blue Moon Ball www.bluemoonball.com HARDIN December 31 • Kenlake State Resort Park's Pick Your Party New Year's Eve www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/kenlake HARRODS CREEK November 12 • Quail Dinner www.shakervillageky.org/event/quail-dinner HARRODSBURG October 7 • Fireside Chat: American Folk Music and the Shakers www.shakervillageky.org/event/american-folk-music-and-the-shakers • Candlelight Herbal Yoga www.shakervillageky.org/event/candlelight-herbal-yoga-3 October 8 • Shaker Makers: Hand-tied Cobwebber Broom www.shakervillageky.org/event/hand-tied-cobwebber-broom • Be a Spider! www.shakervillageky.org/event/be-a-spider


THINGS TO DO

• Fall Palisades Paddle www.shakervillageky.org/event/fall-palisades-paddle-3 October 14 • Sorghum Sampler www.shakervillageky.org/event/sorghum-sampler • Ocktoberfest www.downtownharrodsburg.com October 15 • Savvy Sorghum www.shakervillageky.org/event/savvy-sorghum • Seed Saving www.shakervillageky.org/event/seed-saving • Sorghum Seed to Table www.shakervillageky.org/event/sorghum-seed-to-table • Fall Palisades paddle www.shakervillageky.org/event/fall-palisades-paddle-3 October 16 • Preparing Your Winter Garden www.shakervillageky.org/event/preparing-your-winter-garden October 21 • Halloween Festivities www.shakervillageky.org/event/halloween-festivities-2 October 22 • Be a Bird! www.shakervillageky.org/event/be-a-bird-2 • Fall Foliage Hike www.shakervillageky.org/event/fall-foliage-hike-2 • Fall Bird Hike & Bird Banding www.shakervillageky.org/event/fall-bird-hike-bird-banding • Fall Palisades Paddle www.shakervillageky.org/event/fall-palisades-paddle

October 27 • Haunted Frontier www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-harrod October 28 • Haunted Frontier www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-harrod October 29 • Haunted Frontier www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-harrod October 30 • Haunted Frontier www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-harrod November 4 • Top to Bottom Tour www.shakervillageky.org/event/top-to-bottom-tour-6 November 5 • Family Tree of Life www.shakervillageky.org/event/family-tree-of-life-2 • Lantern Tour www.shakervillageky.org/event/lantern-tour 10


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November 13 • Beeswax Candle & Soap Making www.shakervillageky.org/event/beeswax-candle-and-soap-making November 19 • Habitat Helpers www.shakervillageky.org/event/habitat-helpers • Palisades Geology Hike www.shakervillageky.org/event/palisades-geology-hike • Holiday Open House www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-harrod • Holiday Greenery Helpers www.shakervillageky.org/event/holiday-greenery-helpers-2 • Wilderness First Aid Certification www.shakervillageky.org/event/wilderness-first-aid-certification November 20 • Exploring Holy Sinai's Plain www.shakervillageky.org/event/exploring-holy-sinais-plain November 26 • Shop Small Saturday www.shakervillageky.org/event/shop-small-saturday December 2 • Illuminated Evenings www.shakervillageky.org/event/illuminated-evening/2016-12-03 December 3 • Shaker Maker: Holiday Reed Stars www.shakervillageky.org/event/holiday-reed-stars • Children's Tea with Mrs. Claus www.shakervillageky.org/event/childrens-tea-time-with-mrs-claus-6 December 10 • Children's Tea with Mrs. Claus www.shakervillageky.org/event/childrens-tea-time-with-mrs-claus-6 • Shaker Maker: Holiday Reed Stars www.shakervillageky.org/event/holiday-reed-stars December 17 • Shaker Maker: Market Basket www.shakervillageky.org/event/market-basket • Children's Tea with Mrs. Claus www.shakervillageky.org/event/childrens-tea-time-with-mrs-claus-6 HORSE CAVE December 3 • Horse Cave Christmas Parade www.kygetaway.com JAMESTOWN October 6 • Nature Craft Workshop www.fws.com/wolfcreek October 7 • Lake Cumberland State Resort Park www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/lake-cumberland November 3 • Nature Craft Workshop www.fws.com/wolfcreek November 5 • Unbridled Adventure Race Series at Kentucky State Parks www.361adventures.com/unbridled LAWRENCEBURG November 5 • 6th Annual Art Trail www.facebook.com/events/102532313486859 LEXINGTON October 6 • Discovery Night: A Night on the Farm! www.lasclex.org


THINGS TO DO

October 15 • Vintage Baseball Game 859-272-3611 November 4 • Family Planetarium Night: Dinosaur Prophecy! www.lasclex.org December 1 • Discovery Night: Marvelous Mobiles - Kinetic Art Night! www.lasclex.org LONDON October 7 • Fall Campers Yard Sale www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/levi-jackson October 17 • Camp Spook 2016 www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/levi-jackson LOUISVILLE October 4 • Fall Archery Lessons www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/tom-sawyer October 14 • Louisville LGBT Film Festival www.louisvillelgbtfilmfest.com November 5 • Holiday Showcase 2016 www.louisvilleartisans.org December 9 • Christmas Gift and Decor Show www.stewartpromotions.com December 29 • Kentucky Flea Market New Years Spectacular www.stewartpromotions.com LUCAS October 14 • 2016 Spookout Weekend www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/barren-river October 29 • 2016 Geocaching Weekend www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/barren-river December 10 • Breakfast and the Grinch www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/barren-river MONTEREY October 1 • Monterey Homecoming Fair www.facebook.com/montereyhomecoming fair MUNFORDVILLE October 14 • Big Buffalo Crossing BBQ Cook-Off www.visitmunfordville.com December 3 • Munfordville Christmas Parade www.kygetaway.com/event/munfordville-christmas-parade NANCY November 5 • Mill Springs Battlefield Annual Ghostwalk www.millsprings.net NEW HAVEN October 8 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Dining on the Rails www.kyrail.org October 15 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Annual Car & Truck Show www.kyrail.org October 22 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Murder Mystery Theatre www.kyrail.org 12


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October 29 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Train Robbery www.kyrail.org October 30 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Train Robbery www.kyrail.org November 12 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Dining on the Rails www.kyrail.org November 13 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Military Appreciation Days www.kyrail.org November 19 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Murder Mystery Theatre www.kyrail.org November 20 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Military Appreciation Days www.kyrail.org December 2 • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org December 3 • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org • Kentucky Railway Museum's Santa Express www.kyrail.org December 4 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Santa Express www.kyrail.org • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org December 9 • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org December 10 • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org • Kentucky Railway Museum's Santa Express www.kyrail.org December 11 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Santa Express www.kyrail.org • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org December 16 • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org December 17 • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org • Kentucky Railway Museum's Santa Express www.kyrail.org December 18 • Kentucky Railway Museum's Santa Express www.kyrail.org • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org December 19 • Kentucky Railway Museum's North Pole Express www.kyrail.org • Kentucky Railway Museum's Santa Express www.kyrail.org OLIVE HILL October 7 • Carter Caves Haunted Trail www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/carter-caves


WESTERN THINGS TO REGION DO

October 8 • Carter Caves Haunted Trail www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/carter-caves October 14-15 • Carter Caves Haunted Trail www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/carter-caves October 21 • Carter Caves Haunted Trail www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/carter-caves October 22 • Carter Caves Haunted Trail www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/carter-caves • Fourth Annual Halloween Fest www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/grayson-lake October 28 • Halloween Campout Celebration & Spooky Cave-in Movie www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/carter-caves November 4-5 • Murder Mystery Theater www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/carter-caves OWENSBORO December 2 • Owensboro Christmas Show www.stewartpromotions.com PADUCAH October 15 • Maiden Alley Oktoberfest www.maidenalleycinema.com November 3 • River's Edge International Film Festival www.riversedgefilmfestival.org PAINTSVILLE October 22 • PaddleFest www.visitpaintsvilleky.com December 3 • Christmas in the City www.visitpaintsvilleky.com • Christmas in the Highlands www.visitpaintsvilleky.com PERRYVILLE October 8 • Battle of Perryville Commemoration www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/perryville-battlefield PIKEVILLE October 2 • Circus in Town at E KY Expo Center www.eastkyexpo.com December 3 • Craft Fair at East KY Expo Center www.eastkyexpo.com PINE RIDGE November 12 • Rough Trail Ultramarathon www.nextopportunityevents.com/rough PINEVILLE October 15 • Movie in the Cove www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pine-mountain November 11 • Owl Prowl Weekend www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pine-mountain November 12 • Owl Prowl Weekend www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/pine-mountain 14


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PRESTONSBURG October 15 • Elk Viewing Tour www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley October 16 • Buffalo Night www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley • Elk Viewing Tour www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley October 21 • Haunted Pontoon Ride www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley • Halloween at the Campground www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley October 22 • Halloween at the Campground www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley • Haunted Pontoon Ride www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley • Levisa Fork Paddle Fest www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley October 28 • Haunted Pontoon Ride www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley • Halloween at the Campground www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley October 29 • Halloween at the Campground www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley • Haunted Pontoon Ride www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley • Elk Viewing Tour www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley October 30 • Elk Viewing Tour www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley November 5 • Elk Viewing Tour www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley November 26 • Elk Viewing Tour www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley December 3 • Elk Viewing Tour www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley December 9 • Breakfast with Santa www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley December 10 • Breakfast with Santa www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley December 17 • Breakfast with Santa www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley December 18 • Breakfast with Santa www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/jenny-wiley RICHMOND October 1 • "Touched by the Fire" - Blacksmith's Weekend www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-boonesborough October 7 • Boonesboro Boogie National Car Show www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-boonesborough


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October 20 • Ghost Walk www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall October 21 • Ghost Walk www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall • Rifle Frolic and Frontier Skills www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-boonesborough October 22 • Halloween Fest www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-boonesborough • Ghost Walk www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall October 28 • Ghost Walk www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall October 29 • Ghost Walk www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall November 4 • A Campers Thanksgiving www.parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/fort-boonesborough December 2 • Victorian Christmas www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall December 3 • Victorian Christmas www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall December 9 • Victorian Christmas www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall December 12 • Victorian Christmas www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/white-hall RUSSELLVILLE October 1 • Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival www.loganchamber.com/tobacco-heritage-festival SHELBIANA November 19 • Santa Train www.santatrain.com SLADE October 1 • Natural Bridge Hoedown www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/natural-bridge October 8 • Natural Bridge Hoedown www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/natural-bridge October 15 • Natural Bridge Hoedown www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/natural-bridge October 22 • Natural Bridge Hoedown www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/natural-bridge December 10 • The Holidays at Hemlock Lodge www.parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/natural-bridge SOMERSET October 22 • Somernites Cruise Car Show and Shine www.somernitescruise.com October 27 • Harvest Moon Festival www.facebook.com/events/889288651147313

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STAFFORDSVILLE December 16 • Mountain HomePlace Christmas www.visitpaintsvilleky.com UNION October 1 • Ghost Hunt at Big Bone Lick www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/big-bone-lick October 14-16 • 34th Annual Salt Festival www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/big-bone-lick October 15 • Craft Beer & Bourbon Festival www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/big-bone-lick VERSAILLES October 13 • Kentucky Horse Country Bike Tour www.veloviewbiketours.com/kentucky/kentucky-horse-country November 12 • Exploring Early Furniture of the Kentucky Bluegrass Region www.jouetthouse.org WHITLEY CITY October 6 • McCreary County Heritage Trail Days www.mccrearytourism.com WICKLIFFE October 15 • Wickliffe Mounds Commemoration Day www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/wickliffe-mounds November 1 • Native American Education Days www.parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/wickliffe-mounds


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places to go Cadiz If you took a step back in time and walked downtown Main Street before the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, you would find the same buildings dominating the city. After all these years the important elements of the city and county landscape still remain. The present day courthouse, completed in 1922 stands today, both serving as a center of county government and a witness to times past. Buildings built before we were born are reminiscent of days gone by, and yet they remain the basic building blocks of the city and its landscape.

Central City Are you looking to re-locate or vacation in a peaceful, friendly, “just the right size town?” If so, visit Central City, Kentucky, where small town hospitality abounds, a rich musical heritage originates, and an eclectic environment supplies your every need!

Columbus Columbus is a Hickman County town on the Mississippi River. It was established in 1804 as Iron Banks, named for the towering river banks, and incorporated as Columbus, for the explorer, in 1820. Columbus is the site of Columbus-Belmont State Park, with 2.5 miles of self-guided interpretive trails. There is an outdoor experience that will satisfy everyone!

Fulton Fulton is located in the Jackson Purchase region of Western Kentucky. The city is situated on the Kentucky-Tennessee state line. Fulton is served by the Purchase Parkway, which connects to Interstate 24. Reelfoot Lake and National Wildlife Refuge, Kentucky Lake and State Park, Lake Barkley State Park, Land Between the Lakes National Recreational Area and Columbus-Belmont Battlefield State Park are all within an hour’s drive.

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Home of John James Audubon State Park, the W. C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival Bluegrass in the Park & Folklife Festival, one of the largest bluegrass festivals in the country and still free! And the Sloughs Wildlife Management Area, with nearly 10,000 acres of absolute paradise for the sportsman and the nature lover.

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Kentucky / Barkley Lakes Area In the heart of Western Kentucky is the grandeur of two dams, only two miles apart, which create two of the largest man made lakes in the nation: Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Sailors and anglers alike will find their haven on these lakes. Land Between the Lakes was naturally formed between the two lakes to create an outdoor playground. Try renting a houseboat or pontoon at one of the many marinas for a great vacation. Come see the splendor of Western Kentucky for yourself. Points of Interest: Kentucky Lake • Lake Barkley • Land Between The Lakes • Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park • Lake Barkley State Resort Park • Kenlake State Resort Park

Madisonville Scenic Downtown Madisonville boasts brick sidewalks and lamp-lighted streets that lead to many quaint shops and inviting eateries. This beautiful downtown area is the product of a community revitalization effort. Glema Mahr Center for the Arts at Madisonville Community College presents works of national and international acclaim. In addition, this facility includes the Anne P. Baker Gallery with exhibits throughout the year.

Mayfield In Mayfield, you’ll find the kind of Western Kentucky charm indicative of the entire region. It is here you can take a journey into the past through a canopy of tree-lined country lanes, over one-lane bridges, past wandering creeks and lush pastures in the countryside. You’ll be captivated by the abundance of antique gallerias as well as homespun haunts and restaurants to be found in the barns and backdoors of people all around the Purchase. Nature trails, vast sparkling lakes and lush forests set the stage for your Purchase excursion adding an outdoor alternative for the adventuresome.

Morganfield Morganfield is the site of Abraham Lincoln’s only political speech in the Bluegrass State. Browse Morganfield’s shoppes for gifts, good restaurants, and places to stay overnight. For outdoor fun go fishing or camping at a nearby lake or park, or just take a short day trip through our scenic countryside. Points of Interest: Higginson-Henry Wildlife Management Area • Mauzy Lake • Moffitt Lake Recreation Area

Murray Take the time to relax and enjoy a stay in beautiful Murray, Kentucky. This western Kentucky town has much to offer to both visitors and new residents. In Murray and the surrounding areas, you will find a variety of recreational activities and entertaining events to keep you occupied year round. We invite you to partake in everything from concerts and fabulous theatre productions to antique shopping and sporting events. Murray also offers a friendly atmosphere filled with comfortable accommodations, a wide variety of restaurants, unique shops, and stunning scenery. Come enjoy the friendly faces and a warm Kentucky welcome on a fun and relaxing adventure to Murray!

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Oak Grove is located off I-24 on the boundaries of Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee and is noted to be one of the fastest growing cities in Kentucky. Points of Interest: War Memorial Park • Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum • Jefferson Davis Monument • Wings of Liberty Military Museum

Owensboro RiverPark Center, a performing arts and civic center, boasts a 1,500 seat multipurpose auditorium, and experimental theatre, a riverfront plaza, and the International Bluegrass Museum. Each year the RiverPark Center hosts over 150 performance events and 900 civic events. Carpenter and Kingfisher lakes offer a fine arena for the fisherman, and other water sports may be enjoyed on the Ohio River. Points of Interest: Edge Ice Center • International Bluegrass Music Museum • Owensboro Area Museum of Science & History • Owensboro Museum of Fine Art • Western Kentucky Botanical Garden

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BENTON BEE SPRING LODGE 706 Bee Spring Rd. 270-354-6515 BIG BEAR RESORT 30 Big Bear Resort Rd. 270-354-6414 CEDAR KNOB RESORT 1434 Cedar Knob Rd. 270-354-6998 COMFORT INN & SUITES 173 Carroll Rd. 270-527-5300 COZY COVE WATERFRONT RESORT 1917 Reed Rd. 270-354-8168 DINNER BELL COTTAGES 13444 US Hwy 68 E 270-354-6521 HESTER’S SPOT IN THE SUN 350 Hesters Rd. 270-354-8280 HICKORY HILL RESORT 90 Hickory Hill Ln. 270-354-8207

HIGH RIDGE RESORT 40 Ridge Loop 270-354-8989 KING CREEK RESORT & MARINA 972 King Creek Rd. 270-354-8268 MALCOLM CREEK RESORT 325 Guthrie Dr. 270-354-6496 SHAMROCK MOTEL 806 Main St. 270-527-1341 SHAWNEE BAY RESORT 1297 Shawnee Bay Rd. 270-354-8360 SOUTHERN KOMFORT CAMP & MARINA 460 Southern Komfort Rd. 270-354-6395 SPORTSMAN’S ANCHOR RESORT 12800 US Hwy 68 E 270-354-6569 SPORTSMAN’S LODGE 12710 US Hwy 68 E 270-354-8333 TOWN & COUNTRY RESORT 1425 Gardner Rd. 270-354-6587 WHISPERING OAKS RESORT 267 Millers Rd. 270-354-6628

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Places to go Bardstown Incorporated in 1788, Bardstown is the state’s second oldest city and is best known for “My Old Kentucky Home,” the antebellum mansion that inspired Stephen Foster to write the state’s official song. The historic home now graces the Kentucky quarter. From trains, bourbon, the civil war, historic homes and “Stephen Foster-The Musical,” Bardstown has numerous attractions to see.

Bellevue / Newport Founded in 1795, Newport has an excellent mix of historic sites and contemporary developments. You can see the Cincinnati skyline as well as walk across the Ohio River on the Purple People Bridge. There is plenty to do for all ages. Points of Interest: East Row Historic District • Newport Aquarium • Newport on the Levee • NKU Museum of Anthropology • Ride the Ducks

Berea Known as the “Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky,” Berea is home to many of the State’s leading professional artists and craft people. Local artisans have working studios for such crafts as weaving, furniture making, quilting, pottery, jewelsmiths, photography, woodworking. Many encourage visitors to watch them as they work. Points of Interest: Berea College • Berea College Crafts • Resident Artists • • Mitchell Tolle Artist • The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea • KY Guild of Artists & Craftsmen Gallery

Carrollton The first settlement at the confluence of the Kentucky and Ohio Rivers was established in 1794 and called Port William. The name was changed to Carrollton in honor of Charles Carroll, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Points of Interest: General Butler State Resort • Masterson House • Historic Downtown • Point Park on the Rivers

Covington The City of Covington offers some of the best entertainment venues in the region. Main Strasse Village offers a variety of restaurants, taverns, and retail shops. The City is home to the 704 acre Devou Park, numerous other parks, playgrounds, and pools, two public golf courses, and the Bill Cappel Youth Sports Complex, which has four baseball fields and water park.

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Points of Interest: My Old Kentucky Home • Bluegrass Speedway • The Civil War Museum


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Danville In the heart of Danville is Constitution Square Park where ten constitutional conventions took place. The park has a replica meetinghouse, courthouse and jail, as well as the original circa 1790s post office.

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Points of Interest: Dry Ridge Outlet Center • The Quilt Box • Kentucky Cow Town • Lake Williamstown • The Olde Star Mall Theatre • Hiking in Lloyd’s Woods

Elizabethtown Located on I-65 at the crossroads of the Western and Bluegrass Parkways, Elizabethtown is within easy driving distance to several of Kentucky’s most famous sites. The town is anchored with restaurants, shopping and plentiful lodging. Visit the Historic Downtown Walking Tour, the Schmidt’s Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia and recall memories at the Swope’s Cars of Yesteryear Museum.

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October 1–2, 6–9, 13–16, 20–23 & 27–30 Enter 5 – 8:30 p.m. It’s magical Halloween fun as storybook scenes come to life with costumed characters. Kids 11 and under enjoy trick-or-treating throughout the Zoo. Special ticket required.

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Grant County is centrally located in Northern Kentucky. Hike the trails at Lloyd’s Wildlife Area in Crittenden. Fish in one of our seven lakes. Go boating on Lake Williamstown. Visit the world famous “Quilt Box” in Dry Ridge, or just kick back and enjoy Country and Bluegrass music at the Olde Star Theatre on Friday and Saturday nights in Williamstown. Grant County has something for everyone. We have several fine hotels. So, when traveling down I-75, stop at Dry Ridge, Williamstown, or Corinth and enjoy a good night’s rest and experience our “Southern Hospitality”.


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Frankfort Take a trip back in time and re-live Kentucky’s vibrant history, from the historic Old State Capital, the magnificent Thomas D. Clark Center for History, Kentucky’s only Frank Lloyd Wright home, Daniel Boone’s Gravesite, to scenic covered bridges. Located in the beautiful Kentucky River Valley, Frankfort, Kentucky’s state capital, offers tours of its historic downtown district, fine dining and shopping with unique antiques and crafts. Points of Interest: KY State Capital • Thomas D. Clark Kentucky History Center • Buffalo Trace Distillery • Historic Downtown 127

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Harrodsburg Some people say Harrodsburg is where Kentucky began. It was the first permanent English settlement west of the Alleghenies and was established in 1774. Many of the homes and buildings around town reflect Harrodsburg’s more than 200 years of history and culture. Old Fort Harrod showcases the early frontier life with live craftspeople.

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LaGrange With its historic architecture filling the downtown area, LaGrange offers guests the relaxed pace of a Kentucky small-town.

There hasn’t been an earthquake in Lebanon, Kentucky for decades but things never stop moving in Marion County’s largest city. With its lively downtown chock full of eclectic dining and entertainment to its special events and festivals, the Lebanon National Cemetery, historic homes and landmarks, rich Civil War and religious heritage and a robust genealogy research facility, Lebanon keeps a steady beat.

Lexington Originally called Masterson’s Station, the name changed to Lexington in 1775 when BIZARRE BASEBALL traveling hunters heard of the Revolutionary AND WONDERS War battle in Lexington, Massachusetts. OF THE WORLD The city is home to Transylvania University, the first college west of the Alleghenies. Many of the Commonwealth’s most beautiful horse farms and antebellum architecture surround the city known as the “Heart of the Bluegrass”. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is a registered trademark of Ripley Entertainment Inc.

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Louisville Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and is the home of the world famous Kentucky Derby. Built on the falls of the Ohio, Louisville offers visitors a wide range of sites and attractions. Some of the many places to see are Churchill Downs, The Louisville Slugger Museum, home of the Louisville Slugger, museums, historic homes, and the Louisville Zoo. Louisville has all the sights, sounds and action of a big city with the charm of a small town.

A Project of American Anthropological Association, funded by Ford Foundation and National Science Foundation

SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 — JANUARY 2, 2017 RACE: Are We So Different? helps

visitors understand what race is and what it is not. This interactive exhibit provides a look at race from biological, cultural, and historical points of view and provides tools to recognize racial ideas and practices in contemporary American life. RACE invites visitors to discover the many reasons we should celebrate our differences and explore our shared histories.

ADMISSION* Adults Seniors (65+)

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Points of Interest: Louisville Mega Cavern • The Louisville Zoo • Belle of Louisville • Kentucky Science Center • Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory • Jefferson Memorial Forest • Kart Kountry • Louisville Bats • Waterfront Park

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Located just 15 miles northeast of Lexington, Paris is a charming town worthy of a visit. “Horses, History and Hospitality” is our motto and is evident everywhere. Visit Hopewell Museum, Duncan Tavern, Bourbon County Courthouse, Colville Covered Bridge, Cane Ridge Shrine and Wallis House & Arboretum. Reed Valley Orchard is a popular attraction where one can pick their own berries, apples, pears and walk the nature trail. Reserve a tour of Claiborne Farm by calling 859-987-2330 to visit the famous breeding operation and the final resting place of the 1973 Triple Crown Winner, Secretariat. Our Mims Retirement Haven, located in rural Bourbon County, is now home to many retired brood mares. Call Jeanne Mirabito at 859-227-6304 for a tour. Donations are welcome. Paris also offers a variety of food and shopping experiences. So take time to visit Paris, Kentucky in beautiful Bourbon County. It is worth the trip!

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Radcliff / Fort Knox Radcliff / Fort Knox is known as the home of the nation’s gold depository. Take Exit 102 off I-65 for the 12-mile drive to the area. You can see the gold vault, but only from the road! Visit the General George Patton Museum for the finest collection of Patton artifacts in the world.

Shelbyville Shelby County is known as the “Saddlebred Horse Capital of the World.” Acres and acres of rolling hills, black fences and horses of many breeds dot the landscape surrounding Shelbyville. For the equine enthusiast, Shelby County offers some of the most exciting competitions in the nation. The Shelbyville Horse Show held in early August at the Shelby County Fairgrounds and the Shelby County Fair Horse Show, as well as many other horse shows throughout the year, all make for a lot of “purebred” fun.

Shepherdsville Shepherdsville located in Bullitt County, 17 miles south of Louisville is the start of the Bourbon Trail. Jim Beam Distillery is just 2 minutes off I-65 at the Clermont exit, where you can have a weekend getaway or a week long adventure. Points of Interest: Bernheim Forest • Kart Kountry • Hawks View Gallery & Cafe • Wight-Meyer & Brooks Hill Wineries

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Nestled in the heart of the Bluegrass thoroughbred tradition is Versailles in Woodford County. View magnificent horse farms as you drive on U.S. 60 or detour onto KY 1681 to enjoy one of Kentucky’s most beautiful scenic byways. Stroll along historic tree lined streets in Midway, Nonesuch and Versailles while you enjoy the antique shops, specialty shops and cozy cafe’s. Former President Bush and Queen Elizabeth II continue to visit these quaint towns and beautiful countryside. Gallatin County is the hub of motorsport racing in Kentucky. The Kentucky Speedway, a high speed tri-oval, is home to numerous auto racing events throughout the year. This sporting event will attract many who just love anything “racing”. Gallatin County attracts premium boaters and fishermen. Located on the Ohio River and having one of the most beautiful marinas in the state, it’s a fisherman’s dream destination. Warsaw is a quaint old river town with many scenic and historic home sites. Sparta is the home of Kentucky Speedway that lies just off I-71. Glencoe, our most northern city and home of our newest Gallatin County Park, offers walking trails, picnicking, fishing, or just a good time with nature. Located just minutes from Gallatin County are several casinos for those who love gambling, this is your dream come true. Points of Interest: Kentucky Speedway •Warsaw Riverfront • Belterra Casino • Eagle Creek • Craig’s Creek • Ohio River • 127 Yard Sale • Historic Homes • Markland Locks & Dam • Boating, Fishing & Camping

Winchester Winchester and Clark County enjoy a special location advantage near the I-64 and Mountain Parkway interchange. The area’s strategic location at the major highway turnoff toward the Appalachia highlands renders this region a true “gateway” between the rolling hills of the Bluegrass (Thoroughbred Country) and the mountains of Daniel Boone Forest.

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Warsaw / Sparta / Glencoe

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Places to stay BELLEVUE / NEWPORT COMFORT SUITES NEWPORT 420 Riverboat Row 859-291-6700 HOLIDAY INN BELLEVUE 110 Landmark Dr. 888-405-4329 RIVERFRONT TRAVELODGE 222 York St. 859-291-4434

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BROOKS ECONOLODGE 1901 E. Blue Lick Rd. 502-955-1501 HAMPTON INN 180 Willabrook Dr. 502-957-5050 QUALITY INN & SUITES 716 Brooks Hill Rd. 502-955-6272

CARROLLTON BEST WESTERN EXECUTIVE INN 10 Slumber Ln. 502-732-8444 CARROLLTON INN 218 Main St. 502-732-6905 COMFORT INN 141 Inn Rd. 502-732-6661 DAYS INN Old Hwy 227 502-732-9301 GENERAL BUTLER SRP 1608 Old Hwy 227 502-732-4384 HAMPTON INN 7 Slumber Ln. 502-732-0700 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 147 Hospitality Way 502-732-6770 SUPER 8 130 Slumber Ln. 502-732-0252

DRY RIDGE DRY RIDGE SUITES 19 Gilbert Ave. 859-824-3911 HAMPTON INN 1200 Cull Rd. 859-823-7111 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 1050 Fashion Ridge Rd. 859-824-7121

MICROTEL INN & SUITES 79 Blackburn Ln. 859-824-2000 SUPER 8 MOTEL 88 Blackburn Ln. 859-824-3700

LEBANON COUNTRY VIEW RV PARK 690 E. Main St. 270-692-0408 HAMPTON INN OF LEBANON 1125 Loretto Rd. 270-699-4000 HOLLYHILL INN 459 W. Main St. 270-692-2175 LEBANON SUITES 255 W. Main St. 270-692-6663

LEXINGTON COMFORT SUITES 3060 Fieldstone Way 859-296-4446 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 775 Newtown Court 859-253-4646 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 1951 Pleasant Ridge Dr. 859-263-9090 DAYS INN 1987 N. Broadway 859-299-1202 ECONO LODGE 5527 Athens-Boonesboro Rd. 859-263-5101 GRIFFIN GATE MARRIOTT RESORT & SPA 1800 Newtown Pike 859-231-5100 HILTON GARDEN INN 1973 Plaudit Pl. 859-757-3621 HOLIDAY INN 1950 Newtown Pike 859-233-0512 UNIVERSITY INN 1229 S. Limestone St. 859-278-6625

LOUISVILLE BEST WESTERN DIXIE 1735 Stewarts Ave. 502-449-7376

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BEST WESTERN JAMESON INN 1301 Kentucky Mills Dr. 502-261-8100 BRECKINRIDGE INN 2800 Breckenridge Ln. 502-456-5050 CANDLEWOOD SUITES 1367 Gardiner Ln. 502-357-3577 COMFORT INN & SUITES AIRPORT 653 Phillips Ln. 502-375-2233 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 100 S. Second St. 502-562-0200 DAYS INN AIRPORT 3357 Fern Valley Rd. 502-968-8124 HILTON GARDEN INN EAST 1530 Alliant Ave. 502-297-8066 HOLIDAY INN HURSTBOURNE 1325 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy. 502-426-2600 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 3711 Chamberlain Ln. 502-814-0004 LA QUINTA INN & SUITES AIRPORT 4215 Preston Hwy. 502-368-0007 QUALITY INN & SUITES AIRPORT 311 E. Gaulbert Ave. 502-638-6100 RAMADA INN DOWNTOWN 1041 Zorn Ave. 502-456-4411 RESIDENCE INN DOWNTOWN 33 E. Market St. 502-589-8998 RESIDENCE INN SPRINGHURST 3500 Springhurst Commons Dr. 502-412-1311 SLEEP INN AIRPORT 3330 Preston Hwy. 502-368-9597

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BARDSTOWN-NELSON COUNTY TOURISM One Court Square • Bardstown, KY 40004 800-638-4877 www.visitbardstown.com BEREA TOURIST COMMISSION 3 Artist Circle • Berea, KY 40403 800-598-5263 www.berea.com CARROLLTON-CARROLL COUNTY TOURISM 515 Highland Ave. • Carrollton, KY 41008 800-325-4290 or 502-732-7036 www.visitcarrolltonky.com DANVILLE-BOYLE COUNTY CVB 105 E. Walnut St. • Danville, KY 40422 859-236-7794 www.danvillekentucky.com ELIZABETHTOWN TOURISM & CONVENTION BUREAU 1030 North Mulberry St. • Elizabethtown, KY 42701 270-765-2175 www.touretown.com FRANKFORT-FRANKLIN COUNTY TOURIST & CONVENTION COMMISSION 100 Capital Ave. • Frankfort, KY 40601 800-960-7200 www.visitfrankfort.com GEORGETOWN-SCOTT COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 825 • Georgetown, KY 40324 888-863-8600 or 502-863-2547 www.georgetownky.com GRANT COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION 1116 Fashion Ridge Rd. • Dry Ridge, KY 41035 800-382-7117 or 859-824-3451 www.grantcokytourism.com GRAYSON COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION 425 South Main • Leitchfield, KY 42754 270-259-2735 www.graysoncountytourism.com HARRODSBURG-MERCER COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION 488 Price Ave. • Harrodsburg, KY 40330 800-335-9192 or 859-734-2364 www.harrodsburgky.com LEBANON TOURIST & CONVENTION COMMISSION 239 N. Spalding Ave., Ste 200 • Lebanon, KY 40033 270-692-0021 www.visitlebanonky.com & www.HeartOfKentucky.com LEXINGTON CVB 301 E. Vine St. • Lexington, KY 40507 859-244-7706 www.visitlex.com

GREATER LOUISVILLE CVB 401 W. Main St., Ste. 2300 • Louisville, KY 40202 502-584-2121 www.gotolouisville.com MAYSVILLE-MASON COUNTY CVB 216 Bridge St. • Maysville, KY 41056 606-564-9419 www.cityofmaysville.com/tourism NORTHERN KENTUCKY CVB 50 E. River Center Blvd., Ste. 200 • Covington, KY 41011 859-261-4677 www.nkycvb.com OLDHAM COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 529 • Pewee Valley, KY 40056 502-222-0056 www.touroldhamcounty.com RADCLIFF-FT. KNOX TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 845 • Radcliff, KY 40159 800-334-7540 www.radclifftourism.org RICHMOND TOURISM COMMISSION 345 Lancaster Ave. • Richmond, KY 40475 800-866-3705 www.richmondkytourism.com SHELBYVILLE-SHELBY COUNTY VISITORS BUREAU 316 Main St. • Shelbyville, KY 40065 502-633-6388 www.shelbyvilleky.com SHEPHERDSVILLE-BULLITT COUNTY TOURIST & CONVENTION COMMISSION 395 Paroquet Springs Dr. • Shepherdsville, KY 40165 502-543-8687 www.travelbullitt.org SPRINGFIELD TOURISM COMMISSION 127 W. Main St. • Springfield, KY 40069 859-336-5440 www.springfieldky.org WINCHESTER-CLARK COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION 2 South Maple St. • Winchester, KY 40391 800-298-9105 www.tourwinchester.com PARIS-BOURBON COUNTY TOURISM 720 High St. • Paris, KY 40361 859-987-8744 www.parisky.com

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Places to go Ashland

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Throughout the year, Ashland offers a pleasing blend of history, culture, scenic venues, outdoor recreation and annual festivals, guaranteed to provide you with true Southern Hospitality! Ashland is minutes from I-64 and a direct link on the colorful US 23-Country Music Highway. This accessibility makes Ashland a perfect stop for your travels. Points of Interest: Poage Landing • Central Park • The Highlands Museum & Discovery Center • Pendleton Art Center

Barbourville Whether your stay is for an hour, a day, or a lifetime—Barbourville is great place to be anytime of the year! Enjoy our charming downtown, arts and heritage events, a water park, RV camping, walking trails, the Redbud Quilters Garden, the historical museum and a variety of festivals other activities held throughout each season! Points of Interest: Dr. Thomas Walker State Park • Civil War Interpretive Park • Redbud Festival & Heritage Living Event • Appalachian Fire Muster • Battle of Barbourville • Daniel Boone Festival • Knox Historical Museum • Kentucky Communities Crafts Village • Brickyard Waves Park • Union College

Corbin The Corbin exits off I-75 are the closest access points to 5,600-acre Laurel River Lake. Corbin sits on the shores of this beautiful lake. Within an hour’s drive are six state and national parks, countless attractions, and high adventures such as hiking, camping or golf. Points of Interest: Cumberland Falls State Resort Park • Harland Sanders Museum and Café • Corbin Railroad Museum 40


Cumberland / Benham / Lynch We would like to welcome you to visit our beautiful scenic area in the majestic mountains of Southeast Kentucky. You will enjoy Kingdom Come State Park, the highest park in the state at 2,700 ft. which hosts some of the most extraordinary natural rock formations in the state. Cumberland is the “Black Bear Capital of Kentucky” and we do host the Annual Kentucky Black Bear Festival the second weekend in May, the annual Kingdom Come Swappin’ Meetin’ the first full weekend in October at the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College. Points of Interest: Black Mountain - Highest point in Kentucky • Kingdom Come State Park • Little Shepherd Trail • Godbey Appalachian Center • Sleepy Hollow Golf Course • Black Mountain Recreational Trailhead • Kentucky Coal Mining Museum • Benham School House Inn • Lynch Depot

Hazard

Harlan Harlan is one of Kentucky’s most ruggedly beautiful mountain areas. It’s paradise for hikers and campers. The most spectacular scenery is along the Little Shepherd Trail, winding for 38 miles along the crest of the 2,800 foot-high Pine Mountain.

London Walk over the famous “Wilderness Road” (in Levi Jackson State Park) where over 200,000 pioneers traveled to Kentucky during the twenty years from 1775 to 1796. McHarque’s Mill, a restored water-powered grist mill, features a world class collection of millstones. The Mountain Life Museum, with its pioneer settlement, and Indian artifacts and camping, offer London’s visitors an abundance of things to do.

Louisa Founded in 1823, Louisa / Lawrence County is located off the US 23-Country Music Highway and home to Yatesville Lake State Park. During the Civil War, President James Garfield occupied Louisa form December 1861 until the war was over. Louisa is also home to Fred M. Vinson, the 13th Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Festivals include an Old Fashion County Fair, 1st weekend in August and one of the largest Eastern KY Festivals, Lawrence County Septemberfest, held the first weekend after Labor Day each year.

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Come Home to the Mountains! If You Can’t Stop, Smile as You Go By. Hazard is the home of the Black Gold Festival and the Greater Hazard Area Performing Arts Series. All trails in Hazard and Perry County lead to adventure and excitement. Trails for your personal adventure include walking, hiking, biking, horseback riding, ATV/dirt bikes, quilt-block tours and specialty shopping.


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Morehead Morehead is a great area for outdoor recreation. It is best known for Cave Run Lake with 8270 acres and 166 miles of shoreline. Some call it Kentucky’s “best kept secret”. This scenic lake is outstanding for sailing and fishing. Cave Run is surrounded by the Daniel Boone National Forest. While visiting Morehead, don’t miss the fascinating collection at the Kentucky Folk Art Center on 1st Street which is home to artwork constructed from found objects made by renowned Kentucky Folk artists. Points of Interest: Cave Run Lake • Kentucky Folk Art Center • Morehead State University • Daniel Boone National Forest • Eagle Trace Golf Course

Mt. Sterling Nestled between the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and the Kentucky Bluegrass Region, our charming downtown is unique with an art gallery, gift shops, and restaurants. Play a round of golf at Old Silo, one of Kentucky’s Best Public Golf Courses or take a tour at the official candy of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby factory, Ruth Hunt Candy. 42


Mt. Vernon / Renfro Valley Renfro Valley is Kentucky’s Country Music Capital. For over 50 years, Renfro Valley has offered the very best in good wholesome family fun. It all began here in 1939 with John Lair’s radio broadcasts. Stage shows feature a wide range of country music and concerts by country’s brightest stars. You will be clapping your hands, stomping your feet or holding your sides with laughter.

Paintsville The Paintsville area is known as the birth place of country music queen Loretta Lynn, the “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” You will find directions to her childhood home, Butcher Hollow, at the Paintsville visitor center. Beautiful Paintsville Lake, with its steep, rocky cliffs and wooded coves, is perfect for boating, skiing, and fishing. Don’t miss the nearby Mountain Home Place, a living history village depicting the rugged way of life on the Appalachian plateau in the mid-1800’s. Costumed interpreters go about their day-to-day chores.

Pikeville Travel back in time and visit six restored sites of the most famous feud of all time! The Hatfields and McCoys began their feud in 1865 and continued for twenty years! We celebrate our Appalachian heritage in the spring with the Hillbilly Days Festival in downtown Pikeville. Historic Pike County is home to various museums, such as the Railroad Museum, Heritage Museum, various historical homes, and Dils Cemetery, where members of the McCoy family are buried. Come experience our Highlands hospitality and take home a treasure trove of memories.

Prestonsburg

Points of Interest: East Kentucky Science Center & Planetarium • Jenny Wiley Festival • Ranier Racing Museum • Samuel May House • Thunder Ridge Racing & Entertainment Complex • US 23 Country Music Highway Yard Sale

Red River Gorge Area The U. S. Forest Service has designated 13,000 acres of the Daniel Boone National Forest as a National geologic area in recognition of its unique natural features. Vacationing families enjoy canoeing, backpacking, rock climbing and picnicking in the Red River Gorge. See the splendor of the forest by taking a hike on one of the many trails.

Williamsburg Williamsburg is located 11 miles north of the Kentucky-Tennessee border at Exit 11 on I-75. The city is a great access point for both Cumberland Falls and The Big South Fork Recreation Areas. New to Williamsburg is the Hal Rogers Family Entertainment Center, complete with a water park. When arriving from the north or south, stop at their large tourism center for all your local attractions information.

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Prestonsburg, the “Star City of Kentucky,” has set the stage with star performances at the Mountain Arts Center, Jenny Wiley Theatre, the East Kentucky Fair and the Kentucky Highland Folk Festival. Enjoy star lodging, dining, hospitality and specialty shopping.


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ASHLAND INN 3020 Winchester Ave. 606-325-0776 ASHLAND PLAZA HOTEL 1441 Winchester Ave. 606-329-0055 COLONIAL INN 1835 Winchester Ave. 606-325-4747 DAYS INN ASHLAND 12700 KY 180 606-928-3600 FAIRFIELD INN 10945 US 60 606-928-1222 FOUR SEASON MOTEL 2317 Winchester Ave. 606-324-0330 HAMPTON INN 1321 Cannonsburg Rd. 606-928-2888 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 13131 Slone Ct. 606-929-1720 KNIGHTS INN 7216 US 60 West 606-928-9501

QUALITY INN 4708 Winchester Ave. 606-325-8989 RAMADA INN CATLETTSBURG US 23 South 606-739-5700 WINCHESTER INN 2280 Winchester Ave. 606-329-2868

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GREENUP GREENBO LAKE STATE RESORT PARK 965 Lodge Rd. 606-473-7324

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BUCKHORN LAKE STATE RESORT PARK 4441 State Hwy 1833 606-398-7510

CORBIN BAYMONT INN & SUITES 174 Adams Rd. 606-523-9040 COMFORT SUITES 47 Adams Rd. 606-526-6646 FAIRFIELD INN 857 E. Cumberland Park Hwy. 606-528-7020 HAMPTON INN 125 Adams Rd. 606-523-5696

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MT. STERLING BUDGET INN 191 Evans Dr. 859-498-9600 DAYS INN 705 Maysville Rd. 859-498-4680 FAIRFIELD INN 105 Stone Trace Dr. 859-498-4050

LANDMARK INN 146 South Mayo Trail 606-432-2545 ONE STOP MOTEL 38269 State Hwy 2062 Phelps, KY 606-456-9151

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PAINTSVILLE BUDGET INN EXPRESS 709 South Mayo Trail 606-789-5341 DAYS INN Old US Hwy 23 606-789-3551 RAMADA INN 624 James S. Trimble Blvd. 606-789-4242

PIKEVILLE BROOK SHIRE INN & SUITES 123 Alexandra Dr. 606-433-0888 HAMPTON INN 831 Hambley Blvd. 606-432-8181 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 476 South Mayo Trail US 23 S 606-433-1800

PINE MOUNTAIN STATE RESORT PARK 1050 State Park Rd. 606-337-3066

PRESTONBURG BROOKSHIRE INN 85 Hal Rogers Dr. 606-889-0331 COMFORT SUITES 51 Hal Rogers Blvd. 606-886-2555 HERITAGE HOUSE HOTEL 1887 US 23 606-886-0001 JENNY WILEY STATE RESORT PARK 75 Theatre Court 606-889-1790 SUPER 8 550 US 23 606-886-3355

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HAMPTON INN - NORTH 200 Alamo Dr. 606-864-0011 HAMPTON INN - SOUTH 2075 State Hwy 192 606-877-1000 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 506 Minton Dr. 606-862-0077 QUALITY INN 400 GOP St. 606-877-4466 RAMADA LIMITED 1895 State Hwy 192 606-877-3400 RED ROOF INN 110 Melcon Ln. 606-862-8844 SLEEP INN 105 Melcon Ln. 606-877-9700 SUPER 8 285 State Hwy 80 606-878-9800


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Visitor information ASHLAND AREA CVB 1509 Winchester Ave. • Ashland, KY 41101 800-377-6249 www.visitashlandky.com BARBOURVILLE TOURISM 196 Daniel Boone Dr., Ste 205 • Barbourville, KY 40906 606-545-9674 www.cityofbarbourville.com BELL COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION 2215 Cumberland Ave. • Middlesboro, KY 40965 606-248-2482 www.mountaingateway.com CORBIN TOURISM COMMISSION 805 S. Main St. • Corbin, KY 40701 606-528-8860 www.corbinkytourism.com CUMBERLAND TOURISM COMMISSION 506 West Main • Cumberland, KY 40823 606-589-5812 www.kingdomcome.com HARLAN TOURIST & CONVENTION COMMISSION P.O. Box 489 • Harlan, KY 40831 606-573-4156 www.harlantourism.com LONDON-LAUREL COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION 140 Faith Assembly Church Rd. • London, KY 40741 800-348-0095 www.laurelkytourism.com

MT. STERLING-MONTGOMERY COUNTY TOURIST & CONVENTION COMMISSION 126 West Main St. • Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 859-498-8732 www.mtsterlingtourism.com MT. VERNON-ROCKCASTLE COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION P.O. Box 1467 • Mount Vernon, KY 40456 800-252-6685 or 606-256-9814 www.mtvernontourism.com PAINTSVILLE TOURIST COMMISSION P.O. Box 809 • Paintsville, KY 41240 606-297-1408 www.visitpaintsvilleky.com PIKEVILLE-PIKE COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 809 • Pikeville, KY 41502 800-844-7453 or 606-432-5063 www.tourpikecounty.com POWELL COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 1028 • Stanton, KY 40380 606-663-1161 www.powellcountytourism.com PRESTONSBURG CVB 113 South Central Ave., Ste. 201 • Prestonsburg, KY 41653 606-886-1341 www.prestonsburgky.org WILLIAMSBURG TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 2 • Williamsburg, KY 40769 800-552-0530 www.williamsburgky.com/tourism

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Places to go Bowling Green

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During the Civil War, Bowling Green was the Confederate Capital of Kentucky and now is known as the Corvette Capital of the world. Its historic downtown dates back to 1798. Some points of interest are The Corvette Museum and Kentucky Museum which showcases much of Kentucky’s history through photographs, manuscripts, and artifacts; as well as, an original log home decorated with authentic 1830’s furnishings.

Burnside The community was originally settled at the juncture of the Cumberland River and the South Fork River. It was called Point Isabele, the town was renamed for General Ambrose Burnside who established a camp there during the war. A sign at the edge of town declares Burnside “Birthplace of Boy Scouts of America”, and an official state historical society marker commemorates the troop. In 2005, Burnside became the only town in Pulaski County to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink in qualified establishments. Since then, Burnside annexed several miles of shoreline along Lake Cumberland in order to include Lee’s Ford Marina, allowing it to sell alcohol. 48


Campbellsville Campbellsville and Taylor County are located in the heart of Central Kentucky. One of the area’s greatest recreational attractions is Green River Lake, which offers some of the finest fishing and boating in the state. Campbellsville is host to one of the biggest 4th of July celebrations in the state. More than 25,000 people turn out for fireworks, country music concerts, and more. Historic downtown Campbellsville offers 190 businesses and services.

Cave City Cave City is the gateway to Mammoth Cave National Park, a U.S. Biosphere reserve and a World Heritage Site. There are many above ground attractions including water sports, a Wild West show, horseback riding, miniature golf, go carts, water slide, several museums and a Downtown Antique and Collectable District. Cave City offers more activities than you can do in one day! Points of Interest: Mammoth Cave National Park • Kentucky Action Park • Jesse James Riding Stables • Guntown Mountain • Hillbilly Hound Fun Park • Crystal Onyx • Dinosaur World

Franklin Located 18 miles south of Bowling Green, Franklin was used as a dueling ground by Sam Houston and others until 1827. Because of a surveyor’s mistake and questionable ownership of a piece of land called the Kentucky-Tennessee Triangular Jag, the area was a safe place for duelists to avoid the law.

Glasgow

Points of Interest: Barren River State Park • Ft. Williams • Brigadoon Nature Preserve • South Central KY Cultural Center • Historic Plaza Theatre • Mammoth Cave National Park • Ralphie’s Fun Center

Horse Cave From “down home” to “down under” the city of Horse Cave is an intriguing area in Kentucky, featuring two major caves. Horse Cave is home to the Kentucky Repertory Theatre and unique downtown shops and restaurants. At Kentucky Down Under, visitors can explore Kentucky Caverns and experience a bit of the Australian Outback. The American Cave Museum, located in downtown Horse Cave, features state-of-the-art exhibits, complete with living exhibit, Hidden River Cave. 49

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Your perfect weekend getaway awaits you in Glasgow, Kentucky. Twelve miles south of Glasgow is Barren River Lake State Resort Park. A beautiful 10,000acre lake, perfect for houseboats and pontoons, surrounded by rolling hills and a 2,000-acre hardwood forest. The Glasgow Highland Games, a Scottish Heritage & Family Celebration, takes place at the end of May. Come enjoy Highland Dancing, Bagpipes, professional and amateur athletics.


Somerset & Lake Cumberland Area Lake Cumberland, one of Kentucky’s largest and most popular lakes, provides anglers and boating enthusiasts with record-breaking fish and breathtaking scenery. With over 1,200 miles of shoreline nestled in the southern region of the state, opportunities abound both on and off the water. The heritage and history of the counties bordering the lake can be discovered at the Mill Springs Civil War Battlefield, the National Cemetery and Mill Springs Park, home of the world’s largest working waterwheel. Restaurants provide cuisine to satisfy all tastes, especially those seeking our “homestyle cooking”. Many galleries and museums display artifacts and items distinctive to our region. Cultural interests include theatre productions, annual festivals, car and boat shows and concerts featuring all genres of music. Works of local artisans and craftsmen are readily available at many of the stores in our area. Overnight accommodations range from turn-of-the-century bed and breakfasts to rustic cabins and cottages to state-of-the-art resorts, hotels and motels. Make your plans today to visit with us soon. We’re certain you’ll want to come back. We’re close to home… and not far from Heaven. Points of Interest: General Burnside State Park• Mill Springs Battlefield • Mill Springs Mill • Big South Fork Railway

Monroe County - Tompkinsville / Gamaliel / Fountain Run Monroe County is located in the Beautiful Pennyrile Region of Kentucky adjacent to the Tennessee border. The rural county offers great recreational opportunities, particularly along the Cumberland and Barren Rivers, as well as a sense of hospitality that can only be found in the slower-paced lifestyle of rural Kentucky. While in Monroe County, visit Old Mulkey Meetinghouse State Historic Site, one of the oldest churches in the state (also the site of the Heritage Festival), and Mt. Vernon Church, built by freed slaves before the Civil War. You also may want to sample our famous barbecue, watch a game of “rolley-hole,” a marble game unique to the area, or go hunting of fishing in Monroe’s scenic woodlands and waterways. Points of Interest: Cumberland River Ferry • Hunting • Fishing • Golfing • Festivals • Old Mulkey Meetinghouse • Historic Landmarks • Monroe County Marble Superdome

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Monticello-Wayne County Monticello/Wayne County, located on the Heart of Lake Cumberland, offers more ramp access than any other Lake bordering county and all the great recreational opportunities that comes with it. Take a day off the water and enjoy several unique attractions that include Mill Springs Park, which offers unmatched scenic beauty, picnic areas and an overshot waterwheel that is the world’s largest still in operation. Mill Springs Mill is on the National Register of Battlefields and is less than a mile of both the West-Metcalfe House and the Brown-Lanier place, as both served as Civil War headquarters and hospitals. Wayne County has two of the finest commercial marinas on the Lake in Beaver Creek and Conley Bottom; both are ready to serve the needs of water enthusiasts and their families. Come visit Wayne County where families come to stay, play and enjoy the day, or days. Points of Interest: Heart of Lake Cumberland Spring Fest • Cornbread Festival • Pittsburg Marine Fishing Tournament • US 127 Yard Sale • Lake Cumberland Poker Run 50


Stearns / Whitley City Scenic McCreary County is located in southern Kentucky within the Daniel Boone National Forest and the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. This affords locals and visitors a unique opportunity to experience, explore and enjoy nature first hand! McCreary County shares Cumberland Falls, the “Niagara of the South”, with neighboring Whitley County. The Falls is the largest south of Niagara Falls and east of the Mississippi and features the only active moonbow in the western hemisphere. We also boast a scenic railway to take you deep into the heart of what once was coal country, two restored coal camps providing tours and cultural and historical programs, and vast offerings in outdoor recreation. Scottsville, located in South Central Kentucky, is a convenient 20 minute drive off I-65, 20 miles south east of Bowling Green, KY, 50 miles north of Nashville, TN, and only 12 miles from beautiful Barren River Lake State Park. As you walk through the revitalized downtown Scottsville with brick sidewalks, park benches, and lamp posts, or drive throughout Allen County, you’ll enjoy the friendly hometown atmosphere, good food, great natural scenery and interesting shops and activities. We’re home of the original Dollar General Store, the newly built Center for Courageous Kids, Barefoot Republic, and Mennonite Community. Scottsville hosts many yearly festivals including the Spring Jacksonian and Grandest Ole Opry, Dumont Hill Civil War reenactment, downtown summer concerts, Invasion of the Scarecrows Festival, Hometown Christmas Festival and Parade. Points of Interest: Barren River Lake • Hunting • Fishing • Antiques • Historical Landmarks

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Places to stay CUMBERLAND COVE COTTAGES 620 Coomer Rd. 606-561-4215 SANDERS MOTEL 7892 US 27 606-561-4327 SOUTH FORK CABINS 56 Narrows Rd. 606-561-4704

BRONSTON ACORN & FOX INN 85 Noble Oaks Dr. 606-561-7755 LAKE CUMBERLAND REALTY 814 Colyer Rd. 606-561-5335 LAKE CUMBERLAND RESORT 500 Roberts Bend Rd. 606-561-5611 WOODSON BEND RESORT 14 Woodson Bend Resort 606-561-5300

CAVE CITY COMFORT INN CAVE CITY 801 Mammoth Cave St. 270-773-2030 COMFORT INN & SUITES 819 Sanders St. 270-773-3335 DAYS INN OF CAVE CITY 102 Gardner Ln. 270-773-3101

LUCAS BARREN RIVER LODGE STATE RESORT PARK 1149 State Park Rd. 270-646-2151 THE NARROW WAY B & B 554 South Lucas Rd. 270-646-2957

MONTICELLO CONELY BOTTOM RESORT 736 Hwy 1275 N 606-348-6351

PARK CITY DIAMOND CAVERNS RESORT & GOLF CLUB 660 Doyle Rd. 270-749-2891

PARK MAMMOTH RESORT 22850 Louisville Rd. 270-749-4101

SLADE CABINS OF BIRCH HOLLOW 777 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-0005 CHOP CHESTNUT CABIN RENTALS 1685 Chop Chestnut Rd. 606-424-2935 HEMLOCK TRAIL CABINS 415 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-7625 LIL’ ABNER’S MOTEL 1000 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-5384 NATURAL BRIDGE CABIN COMPANY 1231 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-0283 NATURAL BRIDGE CABIN COUNTRY 3435 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-0283 NATURAL BRIDGE 5 STAR CABIN 12064 Campton Rd. 606-663-8858 NATURAL BRIDGE STATE RESORT PARK 2135 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-7680 RED RIVER GORGEOUS 415 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-7625

SOMERSET BEST WESTERN MID-TOWN INN & SUITES 103 Jefferson Dr. 606-677-9000 BUDGET INN 1564 US 27 606-679-1006 COMFORT INN 82 Jolin Dr. 606-677-1500 COUNTRY INN & SUITES 515 North Hwy 27 606-879-3711 DAYS INN 1532 US 27 606-679-6407

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HAMPTON INN SOMERSET 4141 South Hwy 27 606-676-8855 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 240 North Hwy 27 606-425-4444 KNIGHTS INN 1532 US 27 606-678-4195 QUALITY INN & SUITES 240 North Hwy 27 606-678-2023 RED ROOF INN 1201 South Hwy 27 606-678-8115 REGENCY INN 60 South Hwy 27 606-678-8121 SUPER 8 601 South Hwy 27 606-679-9279

STANTON ABNER’S MOTEL 87 E. College Ave. 606-663-4379 CABINS OF BIRCH HOLLOW 777 Natural Bridge Rd. 606-663-0005 CHOP CHESTNUT CABIN RENTALS 1685 Chop Chestnut Rd. 606-424-2935

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

BURNSIDE


SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

Visitor Information BOWLING GREEN AREA CVB 352 Three Springs Rd. • Bowling Green, KY 42104 800-326-7465 www.visitbgky.com BURNSIDE TOURISM P.O. Box 8 • Burnside, KY 42159 606-561-7117 www.burnsidetourism.com CAVE CITY TOURISM P.O. Box 518 • Cave City, KY 42127 800-346-8908 www.cavecity.com EDMONSON COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION P.O. Box 628 • Brownsville, KY 42210 800-624-8687 www.cavesandlakes.com GLASGOW-BARREN COUNTY TOURIST & CONVENTION COMMISSION 118 East Public Square • Glasgow, KY 42141 800-264-3161 or 270-651-3161 www.visitglasgowbarren.com HART COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION P.O. Box 478 • Munfordville, KY 42765 270-218-0386 www.kygetaway.com

MCCREARY COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION P.O. Box 62 • Whitley City, KY 42653 606-376-3008 www.kyvacations.com MUNFORDVILLE TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 604 • Munfordville, KY 42765 888-686-3673 or 270-524-4752 www.visitmunfordville.com RUSSELL COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION P.O. Box 64 • Russell Springs, KY 42642 888-833-4220 www.lakecumberlandvacation.com SIMPSON COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION P.O. Box 737 • Franklin, KY 866-531-2040 www.franklinky.com SOMERSET-PALUSKI COUNTY CVB 522 Ogden St. • Somerset, KY 42501 800-642-6287 or 606-679-6394 www.lakecumberlandtourism.com TAYLOR COUNTY TOURIST COMMISSION P.O.Box 4021 • Campbelsville, KY 42719 800-738-4719 or 270-465-3786 www.campbellsvilleky.com 56


Covington

Louisville

Ashland

Kincaid Lake

General Butler

Carter Caves Greyson Lake

MAPS

Golf Trail

Yatesville Lake Lincoln Homestead My Old Kentucky Home

John James Audubon Mineral Mound

Kentucky Dam Village

Pennyrile Forest Barren River Lake

Lake Barkley

WESTERN

General Burnside Island Dale Hollow lake

CENTRAL

Pine Mountain

EASTERN

WESTERN REGION COURSES

CENTRAL REGION COURSES

EASTERN REGION COURSES

BARREN RIVER LAKE 1149 State Park Road Lucas, KY 42156-9300 1-800-295-1876 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON 3100 US Highway 41 N Henderson, KY 42419-0576 270-826-5546 KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE P.O. Box 69 Gilbertsville, KY 42044-0069 800-295-1877 LAKE BARKLEY 3500 State Park Road Hwy 68 Cadiz, KY 42211-0790 800-295-1878 MINERAL MOUND 48 Finch Lane Eddyville, KY 42038-0489 866-904-7888 PENNYRILE FOREST 20781 Pennyrile Lodge Road Dawson Springs, KY 42408-9212 866-427-7888

DALE HOLLOW LAKE 5970 State Park Road Burkesville, KY 42717-9728 1-866-903-7888 GENERAL BURNSIDE ISLAND 8801 South Highway 27 Burnside, KY 42519-0488 606-561-4104 GENERAL BUTLER 1608 Highway 227 Carrollton, KY 41008-0325 502-732-4384 LINCOLN HOMESTEAD 5079 Lincoln Park Road Springfield, KY 40069-9504 859-336-7461 MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME 668 Loretto Road Bardstown, KY 40004-0323 502-349-6542

CARTER CAVES 344 Caveland Drive Olive Hill, KY 41164-9032 606-286-8881 GRAYSON LAKE 314 Grayson Lake Park Road Olive Hill, KY 41164-9213 866-905-7888 KINCAID LAKE 565 Kincaid Park Road Falmouth, KY 41040-9203 859-654-8555 PINE MOUNTAIN 1050 State Park Road Pineville, KY 40977-9617 800-814-8002 YATESVILLE LAKE 1410 Golf Course Road Louisa, KY 41230-0767 866-906-7888

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MAPS

Kentucky

Anderson Ferry Augusta Ferry

Ferries

Valley View Ferry Cave in Rock Ferry Reed’s Ferry

Houchin Ferry Green River Ferry

Rochester Ferry

Dorena-Hickman Ferry

ANDERSON FERRY (Hebron) 859-586-5007 AUGUSTA FERRY (Augusta) 606-756-3291 CAVE IN ROCK FERRY (Marion) 618-289-4599 DORENA-HICKMAN FERRY (Hickman) 713-693-0210 GREEN RIVER FERRY (Mammoth Cave) 270-758-2166 HOUCHIN FERRY (Mammoth Cave) 270-758-2166

Mailing Address

Phone

PRIVATELY OPERATED STATE FUNDED FEDERALLY FUNDED

REEDS FERRY (Morgantown) 270-526-4123 ROCHESTER FERRY (Morgantown) 270-526-4123

City

Email Address

MAP LEGEND

TURKEY NECK BEND FERRY (Bowling Green) 270-991-0543 VALLEY VIEW FERRY (Nicholasville) 859-258-3611

If you would like to have Where To Go...Kentucky delivered to you each quarter please send check or money order for $9.00 for four issues to:

Name

State

Turkey Neck Bent Ferry (Cumberland River Ferry)

Zip

Tri-State Tourism Inc PO Box 512 Taylorsville, KY 40071

You will automatically receive the guide each quarter. You can reach us at 1-888-879-8646 with any questions. We will not sell your information, it is strictly for our use only. 58


MAPS

Ohio River Licking Grayson River Lake Ohio River Green River Cumberland River Mississippi River

Tennessee River Kentucky Lake

Lake Barkley

Taylorsville Lake

Kentucky River

Cave Run Lake Paintsville Lake

Yatesville Lake Big Sandy RIver

Salt River Dewey Lake Rough RIver Herrington Lake Fishtrap Lake Lake Nolin River Lake Green River Lake Carr Fork Lake Buckhorn Laurel Lake Lake River Lake Cumberland Barren Cumberland River Lake River Dale Hollow Lake

If you are looking to spend the day or an entire week on the water, these marinas offer everything from boat and pontoon rental to cabin rentals. BARREN RIVER PENINSULA MARINA (Glasgow) 270-646-2223 CAVE RUN LAKE CAVE RUN MARINA (Morehead) 606-784-9666 DALE HOLLOW LAKE HENDRICKS CREEK RESORT (Burkesville) 270-433-7172 www.hendrickscreekresort.com SULPHUR CREEK RESORT (Burkesville) 270-433-7272 www.sulphurcreek.com GRAYSON LAKE GRAYSON LAKE MARINA (Grayson) 606-474-4513 Green River Lake EMERALD ISLE RESORT & MARINA (Campbellsville) 270-465-3412 www.emeraldisleresort.com

HOLMES BEND MARINA & RESORT (Columbia) 270-384-4425 www.holmesbendresort.com

PRIZER POINT MARINA & RESORT (Cadiz) 270-522-3762 www.prizerpoint.com

HERRINGTON LAKE CHIMNEY ROCK MARINA (Harrodsburg) 859-748-7625

LAKE CUMBERLAND BURNSIDE MARINA (Burnside) 606-561-4223 CONLEY BOTTOM RESORTS (Monticello) 606-387-0063 AD ON PAGE 51 WATERWAY ADVENTURES (Grand Rivers) 606-348-0588 www.waterway-adventures.com

KENTUCKY LAKE BIG BEAR RESORT (Benton) 270-354-6414 www.bigbearkentuckylake.com LAKESIDE CAMPGROUND & MARINA (Benton) 270-354-8157 www.lakesidecampground.net MOORS RESORT & MARINA (Gilbertsville) 270-362-8361 www.moorsresort.com LAKE BARKLEY GREEN TURTLE BAY (Grand Rivers) 270-362-8364 www.greenturtlebay.com 59

LAUREL RIVER LAKE HOLLY BAY MARINA (London) 606-864-6542 TAYLORSVILLE LAKE TAYLORSVILLE LAKE MARINA (Taylorsville) 502-477-8766 www.taylorsvillelakedock.com


Brain Teaser Answers: Pg. 21 - Meat Pg. 24 - Incorrectly Pg. 25 - A Secret Pg. 33 - He was playing Monopoly Pg. 45 - Moses wasn’t on the ark, Noah was. Pgs 46 - A Priest Pg. 51 - Stop Imagining Pg. 53 - Tomorrow Pg. 54 - When he’s trapped in quicksand

C P A S T H M W E R M E

H J G O D U O R A N R E W Y R M A A M A G N E M J A B B E Z E V O C A L N K

G S A P U E C I C H I O L F Y I D N M T A E J R E M S I S T X Y

A E N A C O N D M A M B A X T M A N

Puzzle on pg. 40

WORK WORE WOKE WAKE MAKE

MATH CHALLENGE

Q F D U L U M I T A T K I N L I C K E L H L A I S E T T I T I O N E W E R N A L B W M O R A L X Y

Solution

5 X 7 - 9 X + 1 - 8 + 6 + / 2 - 4 + 3 7

Puzzle on pg. 26.

1. Buck Truck 2. Youth Truth 3. Town Clown 4. Horse Course 5. Tea Fee 6. Lid Grid 7. Sneak Peek 8. Brave Slave 9. Pup Cup 10. Hound Sound

-5

26 -1 1

5

Puzzle Pg. 35

Puzzle pg. 52

11. Coy Toy 12. Neck Peck 13. Jet Set 14. Spring Bling 15. Old Cold 16. Pet Vet 17. Mean Teen 18. Street Sleet 19. Smart Start 20. Gain Pain

kenny kebob knock kyoto kooky krone entry enron ebony noyce nonce tenor tenon tuner tunny tuber tubby token tokyo toner tonne

Puzzle on pg. 44

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trunk truck truce uncut cuter count court coyer corey corny corot cooke cooky creon cruet crone crony crook croon yukon benny

becky bunny buyer burke burnt buber byron boney boner bonny boyer borne boron boone booty booby brent brunt bruno brute bruce

bryce bryon broke brock brook ounce outer rebut runny ruben ronny route rocky royce robyn robby robot kenton kenyon


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I-65, exit 117, Hwy 44 West, Left onto Joe B. Hall Avenue

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