There are many reasons why RV rentals in Kentucky are amazing, but be sure to pay a visit to Abraham Lincoln's
Birthplace. There, you will find a marble monument built in the neoclassical architectural style, which houses a replica
of the cabin in which Lincoln was born. The visitor center hosts an audio/video presentation on our 16th president, and
nearby you can see the Sinking Spring from which the Lincoln family drew water. Nearby is Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home,
at Knob Creek. Also in Kentucky is the Mary Todd Lincoln House, in Lexington. The home was restored in 1977 to its
condition when the Todd family lived there, a nice place to vist in your RV rental.
The Kentucky derby is a unique destination among RV rentals in Kentucky, for which the Churchill Downs Racetrack is
the official home. RV rental customers will surely want to bring their family to visit this unique site, founded in 1874.
Races are held during most of the year, but check ahead of time if you plan to watch one so you will not be disappointed.
Keeneland is one of Kentucky's most beautiful racing tracks, on which races are held in April through October.
|Top 10 Travel Destinations in Kentucky|
|Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace - National Historic Site|
|Mary Todd Lincoln House|
|Churchill Downs Racetrack|
|Keeneland Race Course|
|The Locust Grove House|
|International Bluegrass Music Museum|
|Mammoth Cave National Park|
|White Hall State Historic Site|
|Mountain Life Museum|
|Fort Boonesborough State Park|
We offer many types of RV rentals in Kentucky including: camper rentals, motorhome rentals, travel trailer rentals,
toy hauler rentals, and many other RV rental types for you to choose from. Once you determine the type of RV rental you
need it will help you filter your search results.
Kentucky is also known for its bluegrass music, and the International Bluegrass Music Museum pays tribute to this
important part of Kentucky's culture. At the museum you will see many different exhibits, hear both the original bluegrass
music and recent creations, and even have the opportunity to create some unique sounds of your own during your RV rentals
Fort Boonesborough State Park is a popular destination for RV rental customers, with its fully-equipped campground open
year-round - hook up your RV and stay for a while while you enjoy the many activities offered. Between April and October,
take a tour of the Fort itself as restored to its original state, and see artisans demonstrate their crafts. From there,
stop in at the Kentucky River Museum. For those RV rentals in Kentucky more inclined to take part in outdoor activities,
the park offers swimming, fishing, hiking trails, and even a miniature golf course.