Louisville Water Tower Park
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[Post and photos provided by Louisville Water] Louisville Water Tower Park is the home of Louisville Water Company’s Pumping Station No. 1 and Water Tower. Built in 1860, these Classical Revival-style facilities include … Read More

Camping & Lodging Destinations to Discover
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Kentucky beauty is all around, and what better way to enjoy it than camping under the stars! There are many camping destinations around Kentucky waiting for you to experience the outdoors with them. … Read More

Hawesville, KY
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Hawesville is the county seat of Hancock County. It was named for Richard Hawes who donated land for the town. Kentucky and Indiana residents crossed the river between Cannelton, IN and Hawesville, KY … Read More

225 Years of Kentucky
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Kentucky celebrates its 225th birthday in June 2017! Some important events in Kentucky’s history are listed below:   June 1, 1792: As the 15th state and 1st state west of the Appalachian … Read More

Day Trips in Kentucky
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Day trips are a great way to discover your next adventure. Luckily, if you’re in or near Kentucky, there are many destinations waiting to welcome you for your next trip! Depending on your … Read More

Louisville Hometown Tourist Celebration
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Every year, in conjunction with National Travel & Tourism Week, comes a month-long celebration honoring Louisville’s neighborhoods and top attractions-the Hometown Tourist Celebration. With over 90 destinations offering deals and discounts, it’s sure … Read More

Dine, Play, See, Celebrate, Shop, and Relax at Newport on the Levee!
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[Post and photos provided by Newport on the Levee]   Located across the Ohio River from downtown Cincinnati, Newport on the Levee is a dining and entertainment destination unlike any other. Get … Read More

Kuttawa, KY
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  Kuttawa is located in Lyon County, adjacent to the west side of Eddyville. It is said to have been named for a Shawnee Indian word meaning “beautiful”. Known not only for … Read More

AQS QuiltWeek®- Paducah
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A thriving fiber arts community and the National Quilt Museum are what anchor the city of Paducah. Inspiration is found everywhere and creativity is the common thread connecting travelers from all over … Read More

Derby Go-To Guide
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If you’re a resident of Kentucky, specifically the area surrounding Louisville, you are probably familiar with the Derby. You’ve grown up with it, and know it as an annual event. But for … Read More

Experience the Outdoors
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The weather is beginning to stay warm and sunny, which means it’s the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors! From outdoor adventures to relaxing nature views, there are many ways to enjoy … Read More

Marrowbone, KY
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Photo: Map Dot, Kentucky   12 miles west of Burkesville and 15 miles from the Kentucky-Tennessee border lies Marrowbone, located in Cumberland County. Marrowbone is situated in a narrow valley along the north … Read More

Kentucky Derby Museum, Where Every Day is Derby Day
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[Post and photos provided by the Kentucky Derby Museum]   The Kentucky Derby Museum is one of the premiere attractions in the Louisville region, celebrating the tradition, history, hospitality and pride of … Read More

Kentucky Lake – Spring Fishing
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During “normal” winters on Kentucky Lake, it is generally too cold for any but the hardiest fishermen to venture onto the Lake and try their skills at fishing. It has been a … Read More

Rabbit Hash, KY
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[Photo: Map Dot, Kentucky]   Rabbit Hash is located in Boone County, near Carrollton. Previously named Carleton, it would be confused with Carrollton, so the name was changed to Rabbit Hash. Some say … Read More

Spring Break in Kentucky
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There’s still time to make your spring break plans! Consider a stay-cation, and explore more of your hometown. Or visit small towns nearby to see the hidden treasures across Kentucky. If you … Read More

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