Kids Love Kentucky
Whether you live in Kentucky and are looking for new places to visit or if you’re just coming for vacation, then you should check out the book, Kids Love Kentucky.
It lists over 400 fun & unique spots to visit with your children. And it includes ways to save money, which is always helpful!
400 Fun Stops & Unique Spots Your kids will love finding where to: Cross over Natural Waterfalls & Bridges…Explore places from Boone to Burgoo…from Lincoln to land of Horses…from Caves to Corvettes and so much more. Well-known attractions plus hundreds of places you’ve probably never thought of. Make short vacation plans or get to know your favorite area better. Each chapter is a day trip zone including points of interest, events and suggested lodging & dining. Choose from nearly 400 listings in one book about Kentucky travel with kids ages 2-15. Save Time. New features include HIGHLIGHTS and web resources to quickly help you make the most of a short trip in each chapter. Searching countless hours on the internet? We give you fast travel facts, prices, and our exclusive, expert kid-tested reviews for every listing. We did the work so you don’t have to. You won’t find this information ORGANIZED together anywhere else Save Money. Book owners have access to online updates that keep each book FRESH for years. Plus, we’ve found many places to visit for little or no charge.
I didn’t grow up in Kentucky, but I live there now and raised several of my children here. And now they are grown and are having their own grandchildren! But I don’t always know about the local treasures or unique places to visit that have to do with Kentucky and it’s history.
So when I have the kids (mostly boys), they want to go do and see things! I can pick an area of the state we want to head to, and quickly have a list of places that we are going to go check out. They are all kid/family friendly, so I know I’m covered there. Plus, the book includes ways to save on admission or even places that are free to help keep the cost down which is important whether you’re on a budget OR have multiples like I do!
Each chapter is broken into zones that could easily be reached for most of us within a day trip. But they include lodging and dining choices as well, in case you feel like spending more time in a particular area. And the authors have also included their “favorites” for each region if you’re in a hurry.
I’ve found places like a candy factory, horse parks, history museums and hiking, all in the state of Kentucky. And the description also includes hours, phone numbers and websites to make sure the information hasn’t changed before you plan your visit.
Whether you’re taking a family trip through Kentucky, sending the kids to their grandparents there, or just want to find out interesting sights in your home state, be sure to check out Kids Love Kentucky today from Amazon.
If you are looking for travel guides for other areas, visit Kids Love Travel. They have guides for highways all over the USA.
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