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Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Louisville
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$110 / Night

Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Louisville

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

5 25ft

Cabover Style C 27-29ft - Louisville
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$120 / Night

Cabover Style C 27-29ft - Louisville

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

6 28ft

SLIDEOUT AF34 FAMILY SLEEPER RV - KENTUCKY
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$237 / Night

SLIDEOUT AF34 FAMILY SLEEPER RV - KENTUCKY

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

6 35ft

Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Louisville V1
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$110 / Night

Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Louisville V1

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

5 25ft

Cabover Style C22 RV - KENTUCKY
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$99 / Night

Cabover Style C22 RV - KENTUCKY

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

5 6ft 7in

Cabover Style C 31-32ft - Louisville
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$184 / Night

Cabover Style C 31-32ft - Louisville

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

6 32ft

Cabover Style C22 RV - KENTUCKY V4
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$99 / Night

Cabover Style C22 RV - KENTUCKY V4

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

5 6ft 7in

Cabover Style C 31-32ft - Louisville V1
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$184 / Night

Cabover Style C 31-32ft - Louisville V1

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

6 32ft

Places to Visit near Kentucky Derby Region


Mega Zips

Your A.C.C.T. trained tour guides will lead you on an up to 2 hour (depending on tour size) thrilling and exhilarating adventure that will take you into never before seen sections of this man-made cavern. Your tour guides will also educate you about the geology and history of this unique attraction. With over 17 miles of underground passageways beneath the City of Louisville, the size and scale of this cavern is huge. Featuring six underground zip lines, including a fun filled dual racing zip, two awesome challenge bridges that will test your skill, balance, and mettle; this tour is guaranteed to get your heart racing and your adrenaline pumping. If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind adventure, MEGA ZIPS is the place to visit.

Louisville Mega Cavern

 You can go zip through caves at the world's only underground zip lining facility at Louisville Mega Cavern. The cavern was mined in the 1930's and runs directly under a major highway and the Louisville Zoo. Never thought you could zipline beneath lanes of traffic and a bunch of exotic animals, did you? Getting this cavern approved not only to house a ziplining facility but just to receive an underground permit took 12 years. That's a long time. Technically the Louisville Mega Cavern is a building, making it the largest in all of Kentucky. The owners have taken all measures to ensure the caves are as safe as possible. It functions as a green building, using recycled heat from the lights, machines and even humans inside. True to cave standards, it's pretty cold inside (58 degrees).  But what exactly can you DO there? There are six Zip Lanes, a dual racing zip and two Challenge Bridges. Plan on spending about 2 1/2 hours doing this! The guides are also very knowledgable about the history and geology facts surrounding the Louisville Mega Cavern. If you want to experience the caverns but don't necessarily want to fly through the air in the dark, you can take the Mega Tram on a one hour tour of the 17 man made miles of passages under Louisville. -Roadtrippers Here's where you can go zip through caves at the world's only underground zip lining facility at Louisville Mega Cavern. We captured some of the thrills in this video to give you a better picture of just how awesome this is.   The cavern was mined in the 1930's and runs directly under a major highway and the Louisville Zoo. Never thought you could zipline beneath lanes of traffic and a bunch of exotic animals, did you? Getting this cavern approved not only to house a ziplining facility but just to receive an underground permit took 12 years. That's a long time. Technically the Louisville Mega Cavern is a building, making it the largest in all of Kentucky. The owners have taken all measures to ensure the caves are as safe as possible. It functions as a green building, using recycled heat from the lights, machines and even humans inside. True to cave standards, it's pretty cold inside (58 degrees).  But what exactly can you DO there? There are six Zip Lanes, a dual racing zip and two Challenge Bridges. Plan on spending about 2 1/2 hours doing this! The guides are also very knowledgable about the history and geology facts surrounding the Louisville Mega Cavern. If you want to experience the caverns but don't necessarily want to fly through the air in the dark, you can take the Mega Tram on a one hour tour of the 17 man made miles of passages under Louisville. -Roadtrippers

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, a museum located in Louisville, Kentucky's "Museum Row" in the West Main District of downtown, showcases the history of the Louisville Slugger brand of baseball bats made by Hillerich & Bradsby, and of baseball in general. Inside the production of the bats is presented, along with historical examples of bats (such as an 1880s Pete Browning bat they recently discovered or the bat that Babe Ruth used to hit his last home run as a Yankee). Outside is a six-story bat that appears to be leaning against the museum building but is completely free standing, the bat weighs 68,000 pounds. (It is billed as the world's largest bat although it is hollow and made of steel.) The building also serves as their corporate headquarters and a production facility. Guided factory tours begin at 9:00 am, and the last factory tour of the day departs one hour before closing. Factory tours last approximately 30 minutes. Guests now have the opportunity to see bats being made seven days a week. Bat making demonstrations will take place in the factory when full production is not scheduled. Visitors normally allow 2 hours for the entire museum and factory experience. Everyone receives a miniature souvenir bat at the end of the tour! We are also the site of the World's Largest Baseball Bat.

Churchill Downs

Horse racing in Kentucky is rich in history, dating back to 1789 when the first race course was laid out in Lexington. However, it was almost 100 years later, in 1875, that Churchill Downs officially opened and began its tradition as "Home of the Kentucky Derby." In 1787, The Commons, a park-like block near Lexington's Race Street was used by horsemen for racing. By 1789, complaints by "safety minded" citizens led to the formal development of a race meet at The Commons. The men who organized this race meet, including Kentucky Statesman Henry Clay, also formed the Commonwealth's first Jockey Club. The organization later was named the Kentucky Jockey Club in 1809. Racing in Louisville dates back to 1783 when local sources reported that races were held on Market Street in the downtown area. To alleviate the problems associated with racing on the busy city thoroughfare, a course was developed at the now abandoned Shippingport Island in 1805. Racing was conducted on the island in the Ohio River at what was called the Elm Tree Gardens. By 1827, a new track, known as the Hope Distillery Course, was laid out on what is presently Main and 16th Streets. Racing was also held on a number of private tracks located on farms throughout the local area. One of the more prominent of these was Peter Funk's Beargrass Track which was located in an area now bordered by Hurstbourne Lane and Taylorsville Road. The Oakland Race Course was opened in the fall of 1833 and brought racing back to a formal site with the track, complete with clubhouse, located at what is now Seventh and Magnolia Streets in "Old Louisville". This was followed in 1858 by the opening of the Woodlawn Course on the Louisville and Lexington railroad lines just outside of today's St. Matthews, east of Louisville. The site closed in 1870, but the Woodlawn Vase, the track's premier trophy, has been used in the presentation to the winner of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico since 1917. Harness racing was also a significant part of Louisville's early racing history with a number of tracks in existence. One of the most prominent was Greeneland, a racecourse for trotters was built just east of Churchill Downs in 1868. Churchill Downs Incorporated’s expansion continued in September 2004 as Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans and its affiliated OTB locations were purchased for $47 million. In 2005, Hollywood Park was sold to Bay Meadows Land Company for $257.5 million, and Ellis Park was sold to businessman Ron Geary in September of 2006. An agreement is currently being finalized to complete the sale of Hoosier Park to Centaur Inc. is being finalized. Today, Churchill Downs Incorporated owns racetracks and simulcast-wagering operations in Kentucky, Illinois, Florida and Louisiana and has an interest in various racing service companies. With its acquisition of Fair Grounds Race Course and its other Louisiana operations in October 2004, Churchill Downs added alternative gaming to its entertainment options.

Campgrounds and RV Parks near Kentucky Derby Region


My Old Kentucky Home State Park

Admire the beautiful grounds

Admire the beautiful grounds of My Old Kentucky Home in the 39-site campground. Convenience is guaranteed with utility hookups, a central service building housing showers and rest rooms, and a dump station.A grocery store and a laundry are nearby across the street from the park. Pets are allowed if restrained. Closed for season from November 1 to March 31.

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Louisville South KOA

An ideal getaway for the whole family!

Stay and play at this beautiful KOA, a gateway to the Bluegrass State's stellar system of state parks and natural attractions, located just minutes from the action of downtown Louisville. It's an easy drive to the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Churchill Downs and the Louisville Zoo. Throughout the summer, enjoy 9 holes of themed mini golf, hayless hayrides and movies under the stars. Roam nature trails through the woods, observe prehistoric Indian cave dwellings burrowed into limestone cliffs and fish in this KOA's catch & release pond. With a fishing license, you can try your luck on the Salt River (boat access for campers). No RV? Try one of the Deluxe Cabins with linens provided. Or you can stay in a rustic Camping Cabin. There's also tent camping for guests who really want to commune with nature. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 90 feet.

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