Having fun is what everybody wants, but many people have many different reasons why they are not having fun. There are many activities you can do to have fun. One excuse that many people have is that they don’t have enough money, but the good thing is that there are some things you can do without having to spend a lot of money. Below are some fun things you can do in Kentucky without having to spend any money.
Red River Gorge
When you enter the park, you will need to hike for a mile to the top of the Natural Bridge to clearly see the beauty of Red River Gorge. This is an interesting thing to do with friends and family. You will be able to interact with nature in ways you hadn’t thought of before.
Enjoy River Views at Louisville’s Waterfront Park
Whether you decide to walk along the riverfront or across the big four bridge, this park will make for a perfectly fun day. You can also watch a free concert on the Big Four Lawn during the summer months.
You can decide to walk among the trees in the forest without having to pay anything, provided you go there during the week. If you decide to go on the weekends, you will have to pay a $5 environmental impact fee. During the fall, make sure you have checked out their Canopy Walk.
This is one of the most amazing natural phenomena you can get to see in Kentucky. This is the only other place in the world where you get the chance to see a moonbow happen on a consistent basis. The only other place you can see this is the Victoria Falls in Africa. This usually happens when there is a full moon and the night is clear.
Buffalo Trace Distillery
It is the favorite distillery in the state. The tours they provide will help you know more about the history of bourbon in Kentucky. You will be able to learn a lot of history and interesting facts that you wouldn’t have gotten by just reading.
Where Abraham Lincoln was born
You have the chance of seeing the cabin where Abraham Lincoln S was born and will make you feel like you are in Washington DC.
You will never run out of fun things to do in Kentucky.