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Visiting Western Kentucky
From the seat of Warren County - Bowling Green - to Cave City, set just outside of Mammoth Cave, Western Kentucky is a shinning example of southern hospitality. Make your way west in the Bluegrass State and visit cities like Murray, set just west of Kentucky Lake, and home to Murray State University, and Franklin, a charming city home to Kentucky Downs Race Course. Guests of any one of the Best Western hotels in western Kentucky enjoy the fun and diversity that spring and summer yield. Horseracing, local sports teams and universities – it’s all part of why so many travelers choose to visit western Kentucky.
Whether you’re headed south into Franklin, or west into Murray – be sure to make a stop in Bowling Green. A friendly and refreshing city, Bowling Green offers visitors a taste of classic southern accommodations, while maintaining modern amenities that make your stay truly pleasant. Be sure to visit the Barren River Imaginative Museum of Science – April 14, check out the Usborne Books Book Fair, and on April 21, celebrate Earth Day at the Barren River Imaginative Museum of Science.
Bowling Green is also the home of Holley Performance Products World Headquarters – a real treat for gear heads and auto collectors alike. Check out some local art at the Kentucky Museum at Western Kentucky University, found in downtown Bowling Green, just minutes east of Lampkin Park.
Sports fans visiting Bowling Green during the spring and summer are in for some sensational college baseball action. Head to Nick Denes Field on May 18 and watch as the WKU Hilltoppers take on conference foe Middle Tennessee State.
In the area west of Kentucky, north of Murray and set just along the Ohio River, travelers find Paducah. Although Kentucky is famous for it’s horse racing, don’t forget about auto racing – head to the Paducah International Raceway for some ferocious dirt track racing, featuring UMP Modifieds, UMP Stock Cars, and more. Head to the Paducah International Raceway on May 29, for a Night of NASCAR Stars with three-time Cup Champ Tony Stewart – a reoccurring event. June 1, PIR hosts the beginning of the Tri-State Challenge, and every Friday night at PIR is Friday Night Racing.
Easily accessed from I-24, and south of Madisonville, is Hopkinsville. Play 18 holes at the Western Hills Golf Course, or check out the Pennyroyal Area Museum. Other guests of the Best Western Hopkinsville hotel enjoy a look into the humble beginnings of the area with a tour of the City of Hopkinsville Museum.
Murray, an enterprising city, is home to Murray State University. Take a stroll around the campus during the spring and summer, and if you’re looking for more college baseball action, look no further – visit Reagan Field on May 4 when the MSU Racers begin a three-game weekend series against the Eastern Illinois Panthers.
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Western Kentucky Events
2013 McCracken County Fair Held at Carson Park in Paduca.
2013 Murray Ice Cream Festival
Held at Court Square in Murray.