Vacation Rentals in Kentucky

Kentucky Local Information and Area Highlights

Kentucky Vacation Rentals

Why Kentucky Vacation Rentals?

With lakes and rivers, bluegrass music, the infamous horse derbies, the Appalachia mountains, and strong Civil War heritage, a Kentucky vacation will delight you with adventure, history, and beauty. The best way to participate in this unique Southern culture is by staying in a roomy Kentucky vacation rental.

Equestrian Activities in Kentucky

A well-rounded Kentucky vacation should always include the state’s famous equestrian scene. Several areas in Kentucky feature horseback riding along beautiful trails, and Lexington is home to the American Saddle Horse Museum. But what really fuels Kentucky’s passion for horses is the annual Kentucky Derby Festival in Louisville in addition to the state’s four other recognized racetracks. If you love horses, a vacation home in Kentucky will be the perfect place to stay.


Lakefront Kentucky Vacation Homes and the Great Outdoors

Kentucky is blooming with natural beauty and activities for outdoor lovers, especially in the Lakes and Rivers the Audubon regions of Western Kentucky. Fishing, hunting, camping, and hiking await you. The state’s 90,000 miles of streams make Kentucky lake vacation rentals a popular way to enjoy the great outdoors. Sure, you can stay at a hotel, but a luxurious waterfront Kentucky vacation rental or quaint Kentucky cabins will get you a lot closer to nature and outdoor activities and will provide much more room for you to spread out. Need more tangible inspiration for a Kentucky lake vacation? Check out our beautiful Lake Cumberland vacation rentals and Kentucky Lake vacation rentals.


Kentucky Music

If you love music, residing in a Kentucky vacation rental will delight your senses. The state is known for its Appalachian folk music and bluegrass, and it’s hard to visit the state and not overhear some of the popular twangy tunes. Renfro Valley is known as “Kentucky’s Country Music Capital” and is the home of the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. A Lexington, Kentucky vacation rental will put you in the same city as the Festival of the Bluegrass, which is held every June and is one of the most respected traditional bluegrass festivals in the United States.

Why stay in a boring hotel on your trip? Kentucky vacation rentals are an ideal way to authentically experience the beautiful Bluegrass state.
 
Sites and tours to see

Barlow House Museum
World’s Largest Sassafras Tree in Owensboro
Old Stone Jail in Franklin
Schochoh Rosenwald One-Room School House Museum in Russellville
Cumberland Falls
Cathedral of the Assumption in Louisville
Locust Grove Historic Home in Louisville
Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville
Dinsmore Homestead in Burlington
Carroll Chimes Bell Tower in Covington
Riverside Drive Historic District in Covington
Highlands Museum and Discovery Center in Ashland
Big South Fork Scenic Railway in Stearns