I love caving and the Bowling Green, Kentucky region has a LOT of caves to explore in the area. The boys and I enjoyed several adventures at Hidden River Cave. I loved that this cave is tucked away under downtown streets of Horse Cave city and that you have options for all adventure levels.
During our visit to Lexington, KY we took a Unique Horse Farm Tour with tour guide extraordinaire, Shaun Washington. He shared with us that we needed to come back to see a race at Keeneland. We didn’t know what to expect for our first race and I wanted to share useful tips before your visit.
Tucked away across the river from Cincinnati, on top of a hill that is cut by interstate 75 in Northern Kentucky, is a hidden gem of hope.
It doesn’t take much to persuade me to stop for a sweet treat….which is why a spontaneous last minute stop to check out Hi-Five Doughnuts was totally worth it!
I’ve stayed at several Great Wolf Lodge locations and I wanted to share some things that you probably didn’t know about Great Wolf Lodge that will make your visit even better.
If you are a basketball fan, you will definitely want to check out The College Basketball Experience in Kansas City, Missouri. You don’t have to be a big fan of basketball to enjoy your time there and if you are a big basketball fan, you will never want to leave!
I stumbled upon The Candle Lab while waiting for our table to be ready at The Eagle OTR. Once you have tried the fried chicken at The Eagle, you understand that the food is worth the wait. We had some time to kill and The Candle Lab offered the perfect adventure to fill our time.
When you visit Lake Charles, Louisiana you can be guaranteed of two things. You are going to eat well and you are going to have a great time! I’m sharing the restaurants and distilleries that you will want to add to your list the next time that you visit.
Looking for a unique adventure that’s active and FUN?
I’m sharing why you will want to check out Dart Rush and tips for your first visit.
You don’t have to be a huge fan of bourbon to enjoy a distillery tour in Kentucky. You can still learn a lot about the history and gain a new appreciation for the art of making bourbon.