Experience living history at Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park. Observe classic re-enactments, or take it a step further and attend the spooktastic ghost hunt to find the souls that died for their cause.
Homemade pottery can be bought from the Tater Knob Pottery & Farm. Besides the relaxing walk on the farm's grounds, it also hosts special events. It is featured in National Geographic's 50 Best Girlfriend's Getaways.
Featuring the work of local artists, Solaris Art Gallery offers art prints, sculpture and handcrafts for sale. Much of the artwork on display is related to the area's association with thoroughbred horse racing and horse farms in general.
Put on your conductor hat and come see what visitors are raving about at the Blue Grass Railroad Museum. Take an 11 mile tour through the beautiful Kentucky countryside and learn about the history of railroads.
The former home of a Revolutionary War hero, Jack Jouett House Historic Site features a furnished, Federal-style brick cottage and a stone cabin. Guided tours of the home are available along with exhibits, historical reenactments and other events.
There's nothing like a good game of bowling to make you feel like a kid again, do just that at the Lee County Recreation Center. Enjoy ten lanes of bowling, a game room, a fitness area, and even a tutoring centre with computers.
Cave Run Lake is situated in the Daniel Boone National Forest and covers 8,270 acres. Recreation in the area includes several walking trails, picnic areas, 12 ramps for boat launching, and two campgrounds.