Looking for the perfect vacation destination? Want to get away from the daily grind and take a break from the hustle and bustle? The Marshall County/Kentucky Lake area offers a variety of attractions and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
KentuckyLake offers visitors great lodging, dining and recreation, right in the center of it all! The possibilities are virtually endless. You can completely relax at any one of our 50+ resorts, motels, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds and condominiums. Dive into the countless options of recreational activities from volleyball to jet skiing, boating, tennis, golf, fishing and hunting or just relaxing.
Whatever season, whatever reason, the Marshall County/Kentucky Lake area is the right choice for your next vacation.
Marshall County Tourist Commission
93 Carroll Rd., Benton, KY 42025
Visit Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky
Plan an extended visit to Cave Country and stay at Mammoth Cave Hotel, open summers & weekends in the winter. Stay in the hotel, historic cabins or large group-sized cottages. There’s a restaurant, coffee shop and fast food eatery (open summers) and an award-winning gift shop featuring Kentucky crafts/gifts.
Since 1816, Mammoth Cave has been astounding tourists with its enormous caverns and guided tours. With over 350 miles surveyed and counting, Mammoth Cave is the world’s largest known cave system. A variety of tours are offered for experienced spelunkers, families and groups. A new Visitor Center opened in 2010 featuring interpretive displays and information. The National Park spans nearly 53,000 acres; enjoy 70 miles of biking, hiking and horseback riding trails.
For reservations, call the hotel at 270-758-2225. Cave tours: 800-967-2283.
Visit www.travel-forever.com for Park and Hotel information and on-line reservations.
Group pricing, meeting rooms, catering and pet friendly.
Lexington, Kentucky is famous for its rolling hills, stunning landscapes, championship horses and a culture rich in Bluegrass tradition. Just beyond this pristine surface, however, Lexington resounds with excitement. Emerging local artists, world-class events, eclectic cuisine and thrilling discoveries are all part of the unexpected surprises you’ll find here.
This fall, discover the allure of Lexington. The choices abound, from visiting unique regional festivals, to spending an afternoon at the spectacular Kentucky Horse Park, maybe even catching a glimpse of a future champion on the world’s most famous horse farms. Not a horse fan? Visit beautiful (and working) distilleries of the world’s most recognizable bourbons, dine at one of the city’s award-winning restaurants, or discover hidden secrets of American history by touring one of the many historic homes located here.
For more information, call the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau at
1-800-845-3959 or visit www.visitlex.com
Make holiday memories in Hopkinsville this year. Bring the family and enjoy the Festival of Trees, Christmas Parade, A Christmas Carol, the Musical, Madrigal Feast or the Polar Express. These and other entertainment opportunities will be waiting for you this fall.
For details on these events and others, visit our website at www.visithopkinsville.travel. Request a visitor’s guide by emailing email@example.com or call 1-866-324-2616
Save March 16th & 17th, 2012 to attend the 20th Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar in Hopkinsville, KY. Mr. Cayce is considered by many to be the greatest psychic of the 20th Century. From early schoolhouses to the church in which he confessed faith in Christ, gain a new perspective on “The Sleeping Prophet” by seeing the environment in which he lived.
Plan an extended stay at Mammoth Cave Hotel where guests enjoy a variety of comfortable accommodations including a hotel, cabins and rustic cottages. There’s a restaurant, coffee shop and fast-food eatery (open seasonally) and an award-winning gift shop featuring original Kentucky crafts and art.
Since 1816, Mammoth Cave has been astounding visitors with its enormity and incredible geologic natural wonders. With over 350 surveyed miles, Mammoth Cave is the most extensive cave system in the world. Year-round Cave tours (from 45 minutes to 6 hours) demonstrate the grandeur of the Cave’s diverse ecosystems, formed over eons by the slow action of water seeping downward through limestone. Mammoth Cave National Park spans nearly 53,000 wooded acres and features over 70 miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails.
Call Mammoth Cave Hotel at 270-758-2225 for overnight accommodations and 800-967-2283 for Cave tour reservations. Visit MammothCaveHotel.com or nps.gov/maca for more information.
With so many choices, it’s nice to know you have a friend in GuestQuest.
Lexington’s Bluegrass Region has something for everyone. Enjoy charming vineyards, superb shopping at locally owned boutiques, relaxing spa treatments, legendary horse farm tours, fine cuisine and more.
Lexington’s affordable hotels and Bed & Breakfasts offer vacation packages – many including dining, shopping, golfing and touring options. Accommodations range from budget to luxury.
Drive past our beautiful horse farms and spend an afternoon playing with our famous four-legged friends. Discover the region’s history, arts and crafts.
Lexington has a wide variety of entertainment when the sun goes down including concerts, festivals, performing arts, comedy clubs and more.
Log on to our website and discover the bounty of Lexington’s Bluegrass Region.
Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau
301 East Vine Street
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
Year-round recreation opportunities abound in Hopkinsville-Christian County, your new haven for outdoor adventure. From meandering walking trails to scenic biking and hiking to golf and scuba diving, our mild climate allows visitors and residents to enjoy the outdoors in all four beautiful seasons.
Walk the footsteps of the Cherokee Indians on the Trail of Tears, golf the championship Links at Novadell, scavenger dive to find underwater treasures, soak up a host of natural wonders at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park, splash in the Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center, or explore our historic downtown.
Indoors, visitors can enjoy museums, antique and boutique shopping, art exhibits, a day at the spa or a night on the town. Annual events include an Intertribal Pow Wow, Little River Days Festival, Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar, IPRA Rodeo, Hwy. 68 400-mile yard sale, and more.
Visit our web site at http://www.guestquest.com/ky/kentucky.aspto learn more. Or, to request a visitor’s guide email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-842-9959.