304 Duke St, Cave City, KY 42127
Check out the Wig Wam Motel built in 1939, These were famous vintage american motels, roadside attractions and a place to sleep. All the furnishings are origional, There use to be 6 or 7 nationwide. There are only a few still in existence. You have to see this!
Home for sale at 301 Autumn Ridge Rd, Glasgow KY 42141. Barren County KY.
In this 1974 footage, we get a good look at the since-demolished Tranquil Valley Village at Wondering Woods in Cave City / Park City, Kentucky. This is from the movie "The World Through the Eyes of Children" starring Jimmie Rodgers and Russ Tamblyn (I'm the brown-haired boy!). See the 1970s pamphlet from Wondering Woods here: http://whimsicalwill.tripod.com/WonderingWoods.html
A recent T@B adventure took us to Mammoth Cave National Park. We stayed at Singing Hills RV Park just outside the park entrance. The owners, Eldon and Beth Brown could not have been any nicer or friendlier. They were great. I greatly enjoyed conversations throughout the day with Eldon as I walked around shooting video. The park is fairly small but Eldon and Beth have a keen interest in keeping it beautiful. Our stay was peacefull and quiet with a pull through site with full hook-ups. They are a Passport America park so the price was very attractive also. The restrooms were very clean and well kept. I didn't catch any of the bluegill that teased me in the pond, but I did enjoy my cave tour that afternoon.
Near Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City Kentucky is Wigwam Village 2. We stayed there twice and Holbrook once.
These post cards of Cave City were purchased during a August, 1930 trip to Kentucky and Tennessee taken by members of my family. I hope that you enjoy them!
A slideshow from our visit to Dino World. June 2012 Located on Interstate 65, Exit 53 in Cave City, Kentucky. http://www.dinosaurworld.com Along the way to our trip to Memphis,TN (for my brother's wedding) we seen a giant T-Rex popping out of the tree line and we knew we wanted to stop on the way back to see Dino World, here's a slideshow from our visit. I put Jurassic Park music to it for funzies. Enjoy. Pretty neat although some of the Dinosaurs are a bit outdated, it was a nice walk and I had fun with my Sweetie. =)
This all-new production features recent digital video shot entirely with a Traveler HD 10X Digital Video Camera. This was recorded on Thursday, July 14, 2011 while on my way to Tennessee: Welcome to Cave City, Kentucky, located at Exit 53 on I-65. This is a tourist area capitalizing on the many caves in the area and featuring tourist attractions which are available for the enjoyment of kids of all ages. In this video, I capture a few scenes of the dinosaurs which are visible to promote Dinosaur World. Onyx Cave is also located at this exit. There are also scenes of a Haunted Hotel and a country store. Learn more about Cave City here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_City,_Kentucky The original music is performed by Kevin MacLeod and it is provided royalty free from http://www.incompetech.com/ The raw video was converted and edited with Vegas 8. The converted video was stabilized with DynaPel SteadyHand. The credits were created with Windows Movie Maker. Thank you for viewing. Please rate and comment on this video. .