Looking for some awesome spring break destinations in Kentucky – or fairly close by? We’ve got you covered. Check out these fantastic camping destinations that are all within a couple hours’ drive. Then, hitch up your new or used RV and hit the road! Whether you want to enjoy whitewater rafting, hike in the mountains, or go spelunking, these are three spring break camping destinations you won’t want to overlook!
Caves: Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky
Mammoth Cave is the world’s largest and longest known caving system. It spans more than 400 miles! You can enjoy caving tours intended for all skills level from beginner to advanced. If you like doing your hiking above ground instead of below it, there are nearly 70 miles of nature trails at Mammoth Cave for you to enjoy. There are also opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, and lots more. Get more information here.
Altitude: Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
Head southeast through the gorgeous neighboring state of Tennessee to the Smoky Mountains! This stunning mountain range offers you fresh air and lots of adventure. Enjoy horseback rides, mountain hikes, and splash in cold mountain creeks. Visit Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge for some great tourist attractions that are fun for the whole family. Learn more about what you can see, do, and explore at the Smoky Mountains here.
Water: New River Gorge National Park, West Virginia
Hit the rapids! New River Gorge National Park and Preserve offers more than 50 miles of free-flowing New River, with intensity ratings ranging from Class I to Class V. There are multiple whitewater rafting tour guide services. Suit up and grab your paddle! Learn more about what awaits you here.
Ready to start making your travel plans? Whether you want to hike below the earth’s surface or up in the clouds – or enjoy the thrill of the rapids, you have plenty of exciting National Parks within just a few hours’ drive. Contact us today for help shopping for, financing, or servicing your new or used RV. Happy trails!