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What Are The Best Rental Amenities in Kentucky?

Top Rental Amenities in Kentucky

There are in total of 16 rental amenities in Kentucky, shown above with the property numbers. In Kentucky, 13450 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 13381 rentals offer TV, 13213 rentals offer Internet or Wifi. So, if you need Air Conditioning during your vacation, use the Air Conditioning filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Kitchen, Pets Friendly.

Which Price Range Is Most Typical in Kentucky Area?

Vacation Cabin & House Rental Price Information in Kentucky

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Kentucky has the largest percentage (22.85%) of homes in $150 - $200 price range.
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How Many Accommodations Are Pets Allowed in Kentucky?
Pets Allowed vs Not Allowed in Kentucky
21.65% of vacation homes in Kentucky are pet friendly. If you have pet allergies, make sure to check the home property and see whether it is a pet-friendly vacation home or not.
What Are The Must-Visit Places in Kentucky?
Tourist Attractions In Kentucky
The most common & popular places (a.k.a points of interests) here in Kentucky are: National Corvette Museum, Mammoth Cave National Park, Newport Aquarium, Daniel Boone National Forest, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park, Creation Museum, Yuko-En on the Elkhorn, Kentucky Horse Park, Mary Todd Lincoln House, Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Kentucky Kingdom & Hurricane Bay, Muhammad Ali Center, Ark Encounter, Dinosaur World, Great American Dollhouse Msm, Red River Gorge Geological Area, Clifty Wilderness.
What are the Airports in Kentucky?
Airports Options in Kentucky
There are 15 airports in Kentucky state, here are the sampled or full list: Wokal Field Glasgow International Airport (GGW), Louisville International Standiford Field (SDF), Campbell AAF (Fort Campbell) Air Field (HOP), Bowman Field (LOU), Godman Army Air Field (FTK), Cape Cod Coast Guard Air Station (FMH), Blue Grass Airport (LEX), Barkley Regional Airport (PAH), Owensboro Daviess County Airport (OWB), Bowling Green Warren County Regional Airport (BWG), Pike County-Hatcher Field (PVL), London-Corbin Airport/Magee Field (LOZ), Capital City Airport (FFT), Jim Kelly Field (LXN), Glasgow Municipal Airport (GLW).
What are the activities in Kentucky that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

D&D Blacklight Mini Golf

D & D Blacklight mini-golf bar is built for people to enjoy family entertainment. The murals on display throughout the 18 holes indoor court were hand-painted by world-famous muralist Todd Lindbergh, with characters such as dwarfs, Tyrannosaurus, unicorns, and elves. There is also an arcade game hall for children's entertainment.

Address: 1391 Morgan Rd., bowling green, KY

Lexington

Lexington, Kentucky, with more than 500 horse farms, is known as the "horse capital of the world", and is the best place for horse riding enthusiasts. The famous Kentucky Horse Park hosts equestrian events, equestrian shows, exhibitions and movies that your family loves. You and your children can also visit the Cedarbrook Museum, a Kentucky native horse. For families looking for adrenaline, watch Keeneland race track.

But Lexington, Kentucky, has more families than horseback riding. For adventurous outdoor families, the city offers many services, such as hiking and cycling through forests, grasslands, and nearby streams.

What are the must-visit places in Kentucky?
Must See Attractions

Mammoth Cave National Park

The park covers an area of 207.83 square kilometers. It is a national park in southwest Kentucky. It was established in 1941. It was recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO on October 27, 1981. On September 26, 1990, it was included in the World Biosphere Reserve Network. The cave network here is the largest limestone underground cave network in the world.

All tour groups start at the visitor center. In the summer, 11 different teams are received every day, ranging from 1 hour 15 minutes to 6 hours and 30 minutes. Among them, there is a team dedicated to the disabled. The park's guide will take you to such attractions as the frozen Niagara River, the pain of large people, bottomless caves, spectacular central halls, prehistoric artifacts, and the mines left by the mining of nitrate mines in 1812.

Kentucky Derby Museum

Kentucky horse racing museum is located in Louisville, Kentucky. It is an American thoroughbred horse racing museum. It aims to protect the history of Kentucky Derby. It is located next to the world-famous Churchill Park Racecourse.

Because Kentucky is famous for producing famous horses, it has this kind of horse racing museum. The biggest difference between it and other museums is that it has a huge oval hall, just like the racetrack shape of a racetrack. With a 360 degree large screen, it shows people a high-definition video of "the greatest race". On the roof of the museum, the flags of the previous champion horses are hung, and various materials and cultural relics about horse racing are stored and displayed. There are also many carriages of different ages. By watching documentaries and exhibits here, visitors can learn how to raise a foal and gradually train it to participate in the Kentucky Derby. Kentucky horse racing is world-famous. It is held every year on the first Sunday of May. The racecourse is located at Churchill garden Racecourse nearby.

Diamond caverns

The diamond hole is located in Kentucky, the most attractive part of which is the calcite hanging structure. Because its appearance is similar to Bacon, people vividly call them "cave Bacon". The diamond cave was discovered in 1859. It was formed by the continuous deposition of layered flowstones by water-borne minerals along a repeated route.

Changes in surface rainfall, mineral content balance, and other hydrological and cave phenomena can all affect the water movement speed and mineral content above the flowstone, eventually creating a layered structure reminiscent of bacon. These calcites like bacon give people a sense of appetite, when enjoying the beautiful landscape, you will feel your stomach cooing. Thousands of stalactites, stalagmites, and flowing stones dazzle people. Due to the effect of lighting, the cave is more dazzling.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Kentucky?
Local Events & Festivals

Kentucky Derby 

The ten-day Kentucky horse race is a major event in the city. At that time, a series of events centered on horse racing will be held in Louisville, including rowing and balloon races, which are very lively. The race distance is one and a quarter of a mile and is limited to 16 three-year-old horses with the best performance each year to win the Kentucky Marseilles. Both the owner and the jockey regard it as the highest honor.

What are the nightlife spots in Kentucky?
Nightlife Spots

Lilly's Bistro

If visitors are looking for a casual and high-end dining experience, Lilly bistro, located in the historic highland community, is a good choice. The fresh and seasonal ingredients are inspired by the local farmers' flavor, which stimulates the restaurant's new American cuisine. The wine list provided by the restaurant is well received.

Address: 1147 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40204

Fork&Barrel

Hospitality to the south of fork & barrel. Located on Frankfurt Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky, the restaurant can accommodate 85 guests and has open seating for bars and public tables.

Address: 2244 Frankfurt ave Louisville, KY 40206

Lobby Bar at The Brown Hotel

The lobby bar of the brown hotel is spacious and spectacular. This charming, gilded space is a hot spot for winemakers in Louisville, whose history complements the modern style and high taste. According to customers' dining needs, customers can enjoy the British barbecue menu in the comfortable atmosphere of the lobby bar. Enjoy the classic comfort food, then enjoy the handmade cocktail and relax.

Address: 335 w Broadway Louisville, KY 40202

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Kentucky?
Art & Culture Places

Aviation Museum of Kentucky

Kentucky Aviation Museum is located in the bluegrass airport in Lexington, Kentucky. It was opened to the public in 1995, attracting tourists from 50 states and more than 80 foreign countries. The museum has made a huge contribution to Kentucky, generating $10.3 billion in industrial revenue and providing 129000 jobs.

The purpose of the Kentucky Aviation Museum is to let the younger generation understand the history of Kentucky and the development potential of the aviation industry so that more people can participate in the aviation industry. In addition, it also introduces how the aviation industry serves human beings and the historical position of Kentucky in the aviation industry. The museum's indoor exhibition area is about 20000 square feet, and it has a fixed collection of historical aircraft, flight 1, photos, archives, and training equipment, including military aircraft and civil aircraft, from small to large, very complete. The museum is open to the public from 10:00 to 17:00 from Tuesday to Saturday, and from 13:00 to 17:00 on Sunday. It is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and new year's day.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Kentucky?
Hidden Gems

The Great American Dollhouse Museum

Located in Danville, central Kentucky, only 45 minutes' drive from Lexington, the toy house museum of America has become one of the most famous toy museums in the United States and is popular with tourists all over the world.

The general toy museum is a collection of toys from all over the world to display to the audience. It seems that there are many toys, but most of them are still isolated. The American toy house museum is different from other museums. Every toy here is not alone. Together with other toys, it tells a wonderful story for tourists. Walking through the museum, the toys in each exhibition area are very busy. Together, they form a wonderful story scene, giving people a feeling of walking into the real picture. Visitors can enjoy the wedding banquet composed of various toys in the museum. The bridegroom, bride, and guests have their own expressions and actions, which makes people wonder at the wisdom of the designers. In the American Toy House Museum, you can also enjoy the grand events of Mexican fast-food restaurants and American rural towns. In short, there are countless stories waiting for you to explore and discover.

Cumberland falls

Cumberland Falls, also known as Little Niagara, is a large waterfall near the Cumberland River. Cumberland waterfall is 21 meters high and 38 meters wide. It is a resort to enjoy the moon rainbow. The scenery of the moon rainbow is very beautiful. Generally, the rainbow is not appreciated until it rains. However, when the moon is full at night, it is possible to appreciate the rainbow, and it is the moon rainbow. The rainbow is formed by the mist from the waterfall. A seven-color moon-shaped rainbow or rainbow will be hung on the waterfall to make people happy.

How to get around in Kentucky?
Transportations

Kentucky in the United States has many airports, such as North Kentucky International Airport, Louisville Airport, Lexington airport, and Hopkinsville airport. You can choose different airports according to the location of the tourist destination. The local public transportation is also perfect and convenient.

What are the travel peak seasons in Kentucky?
Peak Seasons

Kentucky has a continental climate, hot in summer, and warm in winter, with an average annual temperature of 13-16 ℃. The annual precipitation is 1000-1200 mm, which is evenly distributed throughout the year. Because it is located in the westerly storm belt, the weather changes rapidly.

Kentucky has a mild climate with moderate temperatures throughout the year. The state's average temperature is three degrees centigrade in January and 25.3 degrees in July.

The summer climate is mild and there are many tourists, which is the peak season of tourism, and other seasons are the off-season.

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