Bowling Green is the third largest city in Kentucky, and it has many attractions both natural and manmade, to draw the driver’s interest. Bowling Green began in 1778 when settlers established McFadden’s Station on the north bank of the Barren River. Today Bowling Green is a charming, flourishing city with a predominance of red brick buildings and friendly people.
Halloween time is around the corner and everyone’s getting ready for the season. Some go trick-or-treating, quite a few party, and some others prefer to experience “haunted” and scary attractions. But there is rather a small percentage of adventurers that take things seriously and travel to truly haunted places.
There are some cities across the nation that are known for their scary past and their present ghosts. Throughout the years, witnesses have seen them wander in particular streets, hotels, houses, landmarks, and asylums.
These are the 10 most haunted cities to visit in America…if you dare.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park is the mecca of caving and exploring cave systems in the United States. Taking up an area of approximately 73 square miles, it features over 100 underground caves that are hidden beneath the Chihuahuan Desert in southern New Mexico.
For people who’ve been able to visit Carlsbad Caverns, it’s not unusual for them to be so awed by the caves, that they want to find more places just like it. If you haven’t been there yet, but would love to check out some awesome caves and caverns, turns out there are lots of places around the country to explore, so we’ve got you covered too.
Here are five more places you’ll need to check out if you want to see more places like Carlsbad Caverns.
You may know it as the home of the Kentucky Derby, but there’s so much more to Louisville, Kentucky than fascinators and mint juleps. This southern locale oozes charm, character, and classic hospitality. Even if you only have a day or two to spare, it pays to take your time getting to know all that it has to offer.
When you first think of our nation’s glorious national parks, you may picture the great national parks of the west with their grand vistas and towering sequoias. However, the eastern region of the U.S. boasts many wonderful national parks to enjoy. Take a look at our favorite well-known parks and hidden gems of the eastern U.S.
Going to Mammoth Cave National Park is a trip back in time, ancient time and more recent history. It is also a trip to one of the rarest and most unusual places on earth, and not on the face of the earth, but down below the surface. You go to Mammoth Cave to explore its wonders, to follow in the footsteps of the uncounted numbers of people who came before you, and to go away having seen a rare and wonderful place.
Rock climbing and bouldering are an increasingly popular sport for millions of people across the country. If you’re not quite ready to take the plunge and scale El Capitan, there are ways you can get into the sport by bouldering.
Bouldering differs from rock climbing in that you don’t need to have the ropes and harnesses. Instead, all you need are your hands and feet, and rarely actually go more than 10-15 feet off the ground. But, don’t be fooled! Just because you don’t need equipment doesn’t mean it’s not quite a challenge (and a workout) in it’s own right.