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Known for its caves, National Corvette Museum, and Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Bowling Green is a university city with many fun things to do. The historic neighborhoods, national museums, and underground adventures of Bowling Green offer many memorable experiences.
The city is well known for its annual Scottish Highland Games. In 2007, Barren County was named the number one rural place to live by The Progressive Farmer magazine. Centrally located between Louisville and Nashville . Glasgow is also home to The Plaza Theatre, and Bounty of the Barrens Farmer’s Market held every Saturday on the Square.
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"Gateway into Mammoth Cave National Park." Mammoth Cave is America's 2nd oldest tourist attraction in the United States. For almost two hundred years visitors have been taking tours of Mammoth Cave, intrigued by its magnificence. Downtown Cave City offers several great antique shops where you can find souvenirs, hidden treasures and reminders of a simpler time.  While shopping in the area, you can also enjoy one of the many locally owned restaurants or cafes.
Located between I65 and 31E Horse Cave is convenient to several larger cities while still maintaining a historic hometown feel. Home of the American Cave Museum and Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo. Along Historic Main Street you can find locally owned shops and cafes.
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A small town full of history, with a Welcome Center to help you enjoy all this area has to offer. Munfordville host several events and festivals throughout the year. Sitting alongside Green River with easy access to I65, great place live while being central to Louisville and Bowling Green.
Park City is rich in history. Located just outside Mammoth Cave National Park, Park City has been known throughout history as Bell's Station, Three Forks and Glasgow Junction. Park City has historically been a stagecoach and railway stop for travelers, the historic entrance to Diamond Cavern and Mammoth Cave. Bell's Tavern was originally constructed as a stop for weary travelers headed to Mammoth Cave, Bell's Tavern ruins still stand today. Ideal town if you are looking for a rural feel.
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Rural Area with convenient locations to Mammoth Cave National Park and Nolin Lake State Park. Access to fishing, boating and horseback riding as well. Scenic landscape with several Amish farms and stores, this area still feels like country living.
Elizabethtown (aka E’town to the locals) is a charming and historic Kentucky city which was established back in 1793. The city is centrally located off I-65, just outside Louisville, you can learn about the history of Elizabethtown and Hardin County at the Hardin County History Museum and the gracious Brown-Pusey House Museum. The historic downtown area features the State Theatre Complex, and not far is the Elizabethtown Nature Park. Only 45 miles south of Louisville,15 miles from Fort Knox, and 25 Miles from Historic Bardstown. 
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Smiths Grove is like a step back in time, full of revitalized historic buildings, small cemeteries, churches and a slower pace. For others, it seems like the epitome of living in rural America, full of a variety of agriculture and quirky finds.  Small town living surrounded by beautiful farmland, while still being central to Glasgow and Bowling Green.
Hart County contains miles of scenic country ranging from sultry river bottoms to gently rolling hillsides to steep knobs and hidden hollows.  Nolin River and Lake form the western boundary of the county, while beautiful Green River winds through the center, flowing east to west in a series of loops and bends. In addition to its natural beauty and diverse landscape, Hart County offers a variety of recreational options, explore underground wonders at Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky Caverns, and the American Cave Museum and Hidden River Cave; discover Australian animals and hands-on exhibits at Kentucky Down Under and Adventure Zoo.
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Barren County is a great place to live, work and visit.  Located in south central Kentucky, our community offers its residents a wide variety of entertainment, historical sites, lakes, rivers, and some of the most beautiful nature scenes in Kentucky. Barren County, like most of south-central Kentucky, was settled by the Scots-Irish, and still bears many cultural aspects that trace back to that heritage. The Scottish heritage is the most evident, as indicated by the name of the county seat, which is named for Glasgow, Scotland, and is celebrated annually with the Glasgow Highland Games, one of three highland games held. In 2007 Barren County was named the "Best Place to Live in Rural America" by Progressive Farmer Magazine.
Warren County is a great place to live, work and raise a family. The home to Western Kentucky University and the National Corvette Museum. Whether you love the outdoors and want to take the kids to enjoy one of the Warren County Regional Parks, or you're a fan of live music and the arts, or if you're a fan of tailgating at WKU football games, Warren County is a place where you can enjoy a life with your family and children. Located central to Nashville TN and Louisville Ky.
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