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Set up along verdant forests, mountains, and valleys, Kentucky Action Park's outdoor attractions bring elements of the old-timey Wild West to the modern-day sense of adventure. The winding turns of an alpine slide send sleds on exhilarating quarter-mile trips down the mountain, and putters propel colorful orbs across 18 western-themed mini-golf holes. Chair lifts and a 24-foot rock wall tower overhead, the top of which grant scenic views typically seen only by birds and children holding many balloons. Elsewhere, horses trot out of the Jesse James Riding Stables, which has been in operation for more than 30 years. At Outlaw Cave, guided tours travel below ground to view stalactites and rock formations sculpted by the patience of water over the past millennia.

3057 Mammoth Cave Rd
Cave City,
KY
US

Kentucky Down Under provides a taste of the land of Aus with a platter of authentic Australian animals, culture, and a gift shop, plus a Kentucky cave. Upon arrival, a staff member can help you plan your adventure with stops at an aviary to gawk at Australian finches; Camp Corroboree for a 45-minute presentation on Aboriginal culture, including the soothing hum of the didgeridoo; a guided tour through the kangaroo-, wallaby-, and emu-infested Outback; and more. In addition to the Aussieness, Kentucky Down Under shows off a local treasure with the Kentucky Caverns. During the 45-minute tour of the earth-hole, explorers can witness the ever-changing formations of stalactites, stalagmites, and life-size Dennis Franz rock statues. Between animal petting and stalactite hugging, KDU-goers can grab a salad, sandwich, or bison burger at the Outback Café. The park is open year-round.

3700 L and N Turnpike Road
Horse Cave,
KY
US

Trains aren't time machines, but the old rail cars at the Historic Railpark & Train Museum transport you back in time nonetheless. With exhibits covering eras as far back as the Civil War, visitors learn how trains impacted the way the United States formed and grew, covering topics such as segregation on the railroad and the lives of hoboes. A rare WWII hospital car shows one way medicine was practiced in war time, and sleeper and dining cars depict how train travel evolved through the eras. Guided tours are included with admission throughout the day, and everyone gets a turn running the model-railroad display.

401 Kentucky St
Bowling Green,
KY
US

Duke's Sporting Goods outfits athletes for a variety of sports with apparel and equipment from companies including Nike, Adidas, and Rawlings. Keep legs insulated during wintertime sprinting with a pair of Gildan heavy-blend sweatpants ($15.10), or suit up in matching Sport-Tek reversible mesh tanks ($14.98 each) to clearly divide sides during a pickup game or Revolutionary War reenactment. Nike Golf pique knit polos ($33.98 each) double as casual garb for an afternoon on the course or trapped inside the clubhouse, and Port & Company large duffels ($19.98 each) keep gear conveniently stowed away. Officials, referees, and fugitives trying to lie low among a zebra herd can equip themselves with Duke's reffing gear for any sport, and casual observers can comfortably outfit themselves with an extensive selection of T-shirts ($3.50+), activewear, and caps ($3.98+).

1500 US 31W Byp
Bowling Green,
KY
US

We can do Gender determination starting at 15 weeks. At Precious View 4D we provide families with the unique opportunity to see their baby through 3D and 4D ultrasound imaging. To enhance this Truly Amazing Parent-Baby Bonding, we offer a comfortable setting with a 6ft viewing screen. Family and Friends welcome.

661 US 31W Byp
Bowling Green,
KY
US

The coaching staff at D1?which is co-owned by professional athletes such as NFL player Peyton Manning, MLB player Chipper Jones, and NFL player Philip Rivers?refuses to discriminate between professional athletes and everyday exercisers. They scale the strength-and-cardio workouts of their group boot-camp classes and one-on-one intensive courses to individual abilities, bringing out the best in each student regardless of his or her workout history.

The typical D1 gym houses modern indoor turf fields with adjoining weight rooms, giving instructors the space to invent expansive obstacle courses that may require students to lift tires or tug 747s. In the boot-camp program, coaches meet with students one-on-one to discuss progress and find ways to improve. Each facility also houses a sports-therapy clinic, where expert therapists ease muscle injuries through rehabilitation programs and strength-restoring exercises.

165 Natchez Trace Ave.
Bowling Green,
KY
US