Home > Travel Tools > Research Your Trip > Kentucky
Flag as Inappropriate
Send to Friend
Find RV Parks, TravelServices, Attractions & More
District of Columbia
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
More Related Events
Visit RV parks in Kentucky and experience the unbridled spirit of the region. Of course, there are plenty of bridles making it one of the most exciting equestrian areas in the nation. Travel the beautiful highways and byways alongside miles of black and white equestrian fencing. Visit legendary horseracing venues such as Keeneland and Churchill Downs racetrack as well as dozens of horse farms. Go camping in Kentucky near the famous Kentucky Horse Park and the International Museum of the Horse.
Next to horseflesh, there is nothing more iconic to Kentucky than Bourbon. Take the Kentucky Bourbon Trail through the heart of Bourbon Country and stop in at one
Next to horseflesh, there is nothing more iconic to Kentucky than Bourbon. Take the Kentucky Bourbon Trail through the heart of Bourbon Country and stop in at one of six state's distilleries including Maker's Mark, Jim Beam, and Woodford Reserve. The Urban Bourban Trail in Louisville is near at least one of the campgrounds in Kentucky. Take the trail and taste some of the 50 different kinds of bourbon that each of the bars must serve.
Depending on the season, while camping in Kentucky, stop by one of the many vineyards. In fact, Kentucky was home to the first commercial vineyard in the country. During the growing season, take the family and pick your own vegetables or fruits. Kentucky has more farms per square mile than any state in the U.S. RV parks in Kentucky will certainly get you close to one of those.
Campgrounds in Kentucky provide the perfect venue to work on your golf game. With more than 300 private and public golf courses, you're never far from a great resort. Year-round great weather is another good reason to pack your clubs in your rig.
Adventure is never far away while camping in Kentucky. Bring along your rod and reel and take advantage of thousands of miles of rivers and more than 50 fishing and boating lakes. Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, and the Land Between the Lakes, and the Mississippi and Ohio rivers provides a great mix of water sports: fish, ski, sail, tube, kayak, jet ski, swim and relax. Find hundreds of miles of scenic hiking trails ranging from bluegrass countryside and Appalachian Mountain landscapes. This scenery makes the perfect venues for campgrounds in Kentucky.
But there's lots more than bluegrass fields and horse farms. The nightlife in Lexington, Louisville, Paducah, Covington offer plenty of big city fun. RV parks in Kentucky are nearby, so take advantage of live music, concerts, and sports and piano bars in some of Kentucky's largest cities.