One Day in Bowling Green, Ky

As always, this is our version of a trip. All depictions and information is solely based on our experience. I hope you use this as a reference for your next amazing adventure!!!

Bowling Green, Kentucky was the 2nd major stop on our 2.5 week family road trip. We spent one full day in Bowling Green before head back on the road north to Cincinnati, Oh.

Vroom Vroom

The boys started their day at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

The museum offered things for all three of my boys to enjoy, especially the big one…daddy!

While you are there make sure to check out the hands on kids play area and be amazed by the giant sinkhole!

To find out more about the museum by clicking here for a detailed post.

Mammoth Cave National Park

We have driven through Kentucky so many times on our way to Ohio and little did I know we were passing by the worlds largest cave system!

Mammoth Cave National Park is located near Bowling Green, Kentucky and sits not far off the interstate. This park is a bit unassuming on the surface but the real majesty awaits below ground level.

Check out my latest blog post, here about the park and everything you will need to know for your visit.

Find out what my 5 Tips are for enjoying your visit to Mammoth Cave National Park.

Hint: One involves ice cream!

Where We Stayed

Location, location, location! As the second main stop on our road trip, location played a big role in the selection of the Hilton Home2Suites in Bowling Green, Ky.

This hotel was located just off the interstate and near the Corvette Museum. There were plenty of stores and restaurants nearby, making it easy for us to grab a picnic lunch before the park.

Overall this was a great stay with clean facilities and a welcoming staff!

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