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Kentucky bluegrass and the Louisville slugger – it's the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Summer travel options abound; from Paducah and the Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky’s western Waterlands, through the world’s longest cave system at Mammoth Cave National Park, to Bowling Green, where you'll be able to visit Western Kentucky University and the Barren River Imaginative Museum of Science – two ideal destinations for your summer trip.
Head to Barbourville and the parks of Daniel Boone Country in eastern Kentucky – take your pick and pack your bags. Just south, find your way to the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. Head north for a summer getaway to Louisville, and Kentucky’s Bluegrass and Derby Region. The Kentucky Derby is over and summer is off and running.
Don't miss Lexington's Kentucky Horse Park for a first-hand experience with Kentucky’s famous horses, or try the horse trails found throughout the Bluegrass State. A summer tour of the American Saddlebred Museum is a must when visiting Lexington. Visit from nearby cities like Richmond, Georgetown, and Lawrenceburg.