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148 Summer Camps in Kentucky, United States (KY)

148 Summer Camps in for "Kentucky, United States (KY)"

Crank up family fun in Kentucky, where amazing outdoor adventures await. Visit preserved lands, explore miles of underground caves, or make memories at zoos, museums and amusement parks.

Trek into the country side with the kids at one of the many park... see more »

Crank up family fun in Kentucky, where amazing outdoor adventures await. Visit preserved lands, explore miles of underground caves, or make memories at zoos, museums and amusement parks.

Trek into the country side with the kids at one of the many parks in Kentucky's mountainous beauty. Get rough and rugged at Big South Fork National Park. Miles of well-marked trails offer the whole family room to explore. Pack up the camping gear and take the kids on a backcountry camping excursion, or blow by nature's beauty on a mountain bike. Wander on over to Barren River Lake and take a trail ride on horseback, or grab a canoe and row along the river.

Kentucky is the king of caves and features Mammoth Cave, the world's longest known cavern. Mammoth Cave National Park offers 400 miles of passageway to traverse. Journey through the most extensive cave system on Earth on a guided caving tour for kids 8 and up. See stalactites and stalagmites, the underground sculptures created by dripping water that are sure to inspire young geologists. Snake through the Lost River Cave on an underground boat tour as you listen to tales of the blue hole and vanishing Civil War soldiers. Take a plunge under the famous wishing rock and feel the chilling limestone ceiling before entering the cathedral-like cavern.

Discover thrills, fascinating animals, and unique Kentucky history. Hurtle into excitement at The Beech Bend Park. It's half amusement park and half water lagoon, which equals tons of fun. Children and adults can swing on the Sea Dragon or plunge into adventure on a new ride called the Vortex that upends everyone. If you want to get up close and personal with a few kangaroos and lorikeets, take your kids to the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo and let them come nose to nose with the animals. Then travel back in time through history when you visit the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. Imagine life in the 1800s as you check out his living quarters or visit his childhood home in Knob Creek.

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