Take a Kentucky Vacation in an RV and Visit These Kid-Friendly Spots

No other vacation is more memorable for a kid than staying in an RV. That used to mean spending tens of thousands of dollars on one, but not anymore! With Outdoorsy, you can rent an RV and travel the entire state of Kentucky!
If you’re traveling with young ones, you have to think carefully about the activities you plan. Here are a few great ideas that are perfect for the entire family.

    1. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

If your family loves baseball, or even if you have a little one that loves sports in general, a stop at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is a must. It will wow your little ones right away because the outside of the museum features a massive 120-foot baseball bat that was modeled after Babe Ruth's 34-inch Louisville Slugger.
Not only can you learn more about baseball legends, you can also see how they make the bats inside the factory. Your children will even leave with a free mini bat just for taking the tour!
    1. Louisville Mega Cavern

While you’re in Louisville, you have to check out the Mega Cavern. It’s an experience the kids will never forget.
Unlike most caverns that feature claustrophobic twists and turns, the Mega Cavern is so huge, it allows you to do things inside a cave that you never thought were possible.
A trip to the cavern can include:
  • Flying down the Mega Zip zipline
  • An underground aerial ropes course
  • A tour on the Mega Tram
  • Underground biking
    1. Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace

Every child grows up learning about Abraham Lincoln. He continues to be one of the most popular presidents of the United States among young and old today. If you’re RVing in Kentucky, your trip won’t be complete without a stop at Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace.
The memorial is more than just an empty shrine. You can see a recreation of the actual cabin that Abraham Lincoln was born in. The Sinking Spring is also worth a look.
    1. Kentucky Splash Water Park

There’s just something about water parks and children. They go together like cookies and milk! Make sure you take a little time to have fun in the sun by visiting The Kentucky Splash Water Park.
It features:
  • An 18,000 square foot wave pool
  • A lazy river
  • A kiddy activity pool
  • Three slides
That's not all! Because it's part of the Hal Rogers Family Entertainment Center, there is also a mini golf course and an arcade. There’s a driving range for the adults too. Another benefit of checking out the water park is the fact that there's an RV-friendly campground where you can stay overnight.
Planning a kid-friendly vacation is different than planning an adult-only vacation, but it’s easier to do with these tips! Pack your bags, hit the road in an RV, and visit the sites on this list and your kids will want to know when they can start planning the next RV adventure!

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