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Top 5 Ways to Enjoy the Bluegrass State


Fast horses and smooth bourbon…that’s what Kentucky is known for. But we’re here to tell you that that the Bluegrass State has even more wonderful things to offer.

  • Horses at Claiborne Farm, photograph courtesy of Dell Hancock

  • Red River Gorge
  • Cane Ridge Meeting House
  • Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum
  • Claiborne Farm, photograph courtesy of Dell Hancock

Our service area branches through 23 counties in Kentucky, and each area offers a different taste of culture. When the weather heats up, everyone wants to break out of their winter gear and head outside. And there’s no better place to enjoy the outdoors than Kentucky! Here are five fun ways to enjoy the Bluegrass State:

Trot Over to a Horse Farm Tour

Horses have been a part of Kentucky culture since the state was first settled. With over 400 horse farms in the state (about 150 in the Lexington area alone) visiting a farm is a unique way to take in the Kentucky culture. On your tour, you will gain insights from top equine professionals, see famous race horses, and even get a chance to see some newborn foals! Horse Country now offers tours that are open to the public.

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Soak in the Scenery at Red River Gorge

Located in Daniel Boone State Park, Red River Gorge offers up some of Kentucky’s most scenic views. Whether you are a hiker, fisherman, rock climber or canoer, the gorge is a must-visit while traveling through Kentucky.

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Grab a Bite at the Harland Sanders Café and Museum

Yes, you read that right…we’re talking about Colonel Sanders of KFC! The Colonel was actually a real person named Mr. Harland Sanders, and he got his start serving chicken in Corbin Kentucky. Still operating, the restaurant serves the famous chicken and takes you a step back in time. Once you have finished your tasty meal, check out the museum to learn more about how the chicken empire started.  

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Visit Cane Ridge Meeting House

Located just outside of Paris, Kentucky (yes, Kentucky has its own Paris!), the Cane Ridge Meeting House is considered to be the largest one-room log building still standing in the United States. Built in 1791, it was also the symbol of the late 18th and early 19th Century Great Western Revival. If you’re a history buff, this is one of the places that you absolutely must check out while in Kentucky.

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Take a Trip Down the Kentucky River to the Stunning Palisades

The Kentucky River Palisades is a series of limestone cliffs located along the Kentucky River. The river offers some of the most scenic views that will allow you to relax in a state of pure tranquility. Guided river boat tours are also available.

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