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The Best Campsites In Kentucky For Your Next Vacation

Every year thousands of visitors to flood into Kentucky’s beautiful fall towns and fall foliage and one of the biggest events of the year for these tourists is the Kentucky Horse Park. This horse park is one of the most popular destinations in southern Kentucky and the surrounding area.

Not only is it a great place to visit with family or friends but is also an affordable weekend getaway for those who live in northern Kentucky and other surrounding areas.

During the month of September the park holds a very exciting 4-H Fair, where horse lovers and other equestrian enthusiasts come out to show off their best skills and compete in thrilling competitions.

If you are looking for a beautiful, relaxing weekend getaway that still has all of the great qualities of a vacation then you need look no further than Frankfort, KY.

The town of Frankfort is located about two hours east of Lexington and a few hours north of Bowling Green in Kentucky’s largest city. It is also just east of the popular Camp Snoopy State Park and just west of the beautiful Belleayre River.

If you are looking for a prime spot to take a horseback ride or just a wonderful fall getaway, this is definitely the place for you. Horse enthusiasts as well as animal lovers will love the beautiful landscape of this beautiful town.

It’s easy to see why it has been called the “Horse capital of the South” and you can find all of the horse equipment and supplies you need at any campground in Kentucky that offers this type of camping experience.

Camping sites for horses in Frankfort include two campsites. The Blue Ridge Camping site is about one mile from the river and is one of the easiest campsites to find. This campground offers both a fire ring and a trailer for your horse.

It is one of the quietest campgrounds in all of Kentucky. They offer bathrooms and water. There is also a wonderful group area where you can socialize with fellow campers or you can sit by yourself on the deck or in the grass and read your favorite book.