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Vacation Rental Price Information in Kentucky
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Kentucky. Kentucky is more expensive in August (8/18 - 8/25), where prices are on average $251 a night. Kentucky is cheaper in a week of January (1/19 - 1/26), where prices are on average $215 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Kentucky
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in August (8/3 - 8/10). Only 75% of the rentals are still available. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in December (12/29 - 1/5).
Enjoy a memorable stay in a Kentucky cabin
Kentucky is a US state that boasts a rich history and a beautiful landscape which is the setting for a great variety of outdoor activities. It is home to the longest cave systems in the world, the Mammoth Cave National Park. With over 500 miles of developed trails, this state is perfect for hikers. The comforts that you find at the vacation homes in Kentucky make you feel like you are at home. They offer more privacy than a hotel, without compromising on any of the modern facilities.
Delicious dishes to eat in Kentucky
You cannot say you have vacationed in Kentucky if you haven’t tried the most iconic dish of this state, Fried Chicken. No one does crispy and tender fried chicken like this state, after all, it is called Kentucky Fried Chicken for a reason. Beaumont Inn in Harrodsburg is best known for its fried chicken, Kentucky country ham and cheese grits.
You can also try the ‘Hot Brown’, which is an open face turkey sandwich topped with bacon and Mornay sauce. If you are more of a dessert person, then you should definitely try the Stack Cakes, a dessert made of thick pancakes stacked one on top of the other with fried fruit or jam in between the pancakes.
National parks in Kentucky
Kentucky is well-known for its natural beauty and offers you plenty of opportunities to go hiking. The Daniel Boone National Forest is located just southeast of Lexington. When you are there check out the Natural Bridge – a 75ft wide and 65ft high naturally created sandstone arch. This park is characterized by its cliffs, steep woody slopes and narrow ravines.
The Cumberland Gap National Historic Park offers cascading waterfalls and dense forests as well as picturesque panoramas. This national park provides you with the opportunity to get a close and look at the Appalachians. When you are hiking through this park visit the Hensley Settlement to get a glimpse of how an old township might of looked.
Annual festivals in Kentucky
The state is famous all over the world for the Kentucky Derby Festival, which is much more than just a horse race. This festival lasts for a few weeks and there many activities abd events including hot air balloon and steamboat races, celebrity events, marathons and fireworks.
The International Bar-B-Q Festival is an annual food festival that is held in Owensboro every second weekend in May. Visit this festival to try different barbecued meats such as burgoo, mutton and chicken. This festival is not only limited to food however, there are musical performances and square dancing as well.
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