Kentucky Bluegrass and RV Boondocking
Have you ever longed to enjoy the sensation of soft, authentic Kentucky bluegrass underneath your feet? If so, the state of Kentucky may be just the perfect destination for your next RV Road Trip! The Bluegrass State attracts millions of visitors every year with its history and culture, horse races, and fields of lush bluegrass. Kentucky is also popular with many of our RV Warranty customers because it offers a unique and peaceful location to boondock. When boondocking, always be sure to check in with local authorities to let them know you will be there! Remember, mechanical breakdowns can strike at any moment. Don’t let a failed fridge or stuck slide ruin the peaceful hideaway you’ve found in your RV—make sure you’re fully covered with a motorhome extended warranty before hitting the road.
Kentucky is a beautiful state to go RVing in as you will find many scenic byways that will take you to and from your destination. One of the most popular options is called the Red River Gorge Scenic Byway, which spans 46 miles of amazing natural scenery. The route features cliff sides and tons of natural stone arches that have been carved out by the elements over millions of years. Taking the scenic byway also provides the perfect opportunity to visit Mammoth Cave! Mammoth Cave is known worldwide as being the world’s largest cave system, and visitors are invited to explore, tour, and even camp within its walls. Talk about a unique RV hotspot!
While cruising through the state of Kentucky, be sure to set some time aside to visit Shakertown and the Old Fort Harrod State Park. Shakertown is popular with many of our RV Extended Warranty customers due to the beautiful drive up to the location. Once there, visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the small village and enjoy the various tours, delicacies, music and entertainment. If history is more your forte, look no further than the Old Fort Harrod State Park. This Park lets visitors experience the hard life of settlers in the latter half of the 18th century. Original artifacts can be admired in various sections of the park while craftsmen and people in costumes relive the olden days.