Click Fraud Protection
RV Catalog

Experience Kentucky

  • Destination: United States RV Tours
  • Duration: 33 days

September 12 – October 14, 2017

Two Person / RV $6,895
One Person / RV $4,895
Additional Guest $2,395

September 11 – October 13, 2018

Two Person / RV $7,295
One Person / RV $5,195
Additional Guest $2,555

September 10 – October 12, 2019

Two Person / RV $7,695
One Person / RV $5,495
Additional Guest $2,795

Book Now Ask A Question[printfriendly]

Book Now Ask a Question


the Bluegrass State…

Our Old Kentucky Home is the place where the South, Appalachia and the Midwest all come together to meet and mingle. They introduced the mint julep and people around the world think of Kentucky whenever fried chicken comes up. Now is the time to take in a little BBQ or enter your own for the Chillin and Grillin competition we have planned for you. The accent is the Appalachian Twang, not the Southern Drawl, and they play basketball as good as the best flat-landed Midwesterner. Louisville is neither the Anglicanized “Louis-ville” nor the more French “Lou-ie-ville,” but simply “Lou-vull.”

Enjoy Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest cave, which is second only to Niagara Falls in tourism. Born within 100 miles of each other, but later historical adversaries, were Abraham Lincoln (Union President) and Jefferson Davis (confederate President) both of Kentucky. Visit Pike county, once the world’s largest producer of coal and famous for the Appalachian vendetta that lasted over a quarter of a decade by the Hatfield & McCoy feud. Board the life size replica of the Noah’s Ark – new this year. Also visit the largest historic community of its kind…Shaker Village. Eat a Hot brown sandwich created at the one and only Brown Hotel, see the world’s largest baseball bat, the world’s largest crucifix, and the Bourbon capital of the world and its festival. And did you know, Kentucky is known as the “Horse capital of the world”?

There are only three things that matter locally in the state of Kentucky – Bourbon, Basketball, and Horseracing. So come see the charm, beauty and immerse yourself in the many cultures across this Bluegrass State.

Come together to Meet and Mingle



Day 1 - 5
Bardstown, KY
● Get Acquainted Orientation
● Welcome Dinner
● Historic Motorcoach Tour
● Swope’s Cars of Yesteryear Museum
● One Room Schoolhouse
● Lincoln Heritage House
● The Cannonball
● Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park
● Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Home
● The Lincoln Museum
● Kentucky Railway Museum
● Bourbon Heritage Center
● My Old Kentucky Home Tour
● Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History
● Basilica of St Joseph Proto Cathedral
● Old Bardstown Village Civil War Museum
● Women’s Civil War Museum
● Boots & Bourbon Festival Event
● Heaven Hill Bourbon Tasting
● Time for Bourbon Festival Activities
● Free Time to Explore Bardstown
● My Old Kentucky Dinner Train
● Festival Lawn Concert
Day 6 - 9
Paducah, KY
● Lower Town Arts District
● National Quilt Museum
● River Discovery Center
● Guided Paducah Wall to Wall Tour
● Whitehaven Mansion
● Motorcoach Tour
● Yeiser Art Center
● Market House Museum
● Patti’s 1880 Settlement – Lunch and Time to Explore
● Visit Kentucky Lake Power Plant and Locks
● Apple Valley Hillbilly Garden
● Free Time to Explore the Land Between the Lakes
● Pool Party with Staff Prepared Meal
Day 10 - 12
Owensboro, KY
● Owensboro Museum of Science & History
● International Bluegrass Music Museum
● Owensboro Museum of Fine Art
● Reids Orchard
● Owensboro Antique Mall
● Grillin N Chillin Bar-B-Que Cookoff
Day 13 - 15
Bowling Green, KY
● Lost River Cave Tour
● Corvette Museum Tour
● Corvette Factory Tour
● Caves & More Motorcoach Tour
● American Cave Museum
● Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo
● Lunch in Cave City
● Mammoth Cave National Park
Day 16 - 19
Louisville, KY
● Jim Beam American Stillhouse Tour & Tasting
● Bernheim Arboretum & Forest
● Louisville Motorcoach Tour
● Backside Tour of Churchill Downs
● Kentucky Derby Museum
● Mark Payton Glass Center Tour
● Hot Brown Lunch at The Brown Hotel
● Driving Highlights of Louisville
● Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory Tour
● Muhammad Ali Center
● Dinner on your own in the 4th Street Live District
● Louisville Motorcoach Tour
● American Printing House for the Blind
● Louisville Mega Cavern Tram Tour
● Optional Underground Zipline
● Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center
● Water Works Museum at Water Tower Park
● Copper and Kings Distillery Tour
● Dinner Cruise on the Ohio River
● Free Time to Explore & Add to Bourbon Passport
Day 20 - 24
Lexington, KY
● Shaker Village (En route)
● Bluegrass Motorcoach Tour
● Breakfast in the Track Kitchen
● Keeneland Thoroughbred Race Track
● Thoroughbred Center – Trainers Workout
● Old Friends Farm for Retired Thoroughbreds
● Lunch
● Kentucky Horse Park
– American Saddlebred Museum
– International Museum of the Horse
– Walking Barn Tour
● Frankfort Area Motorcoach Tourur
● Kentucky State Capitol Tour
● Governor’s Mansion Tour
● Daniel Boone’s Grave
● Rebecca Ruth Candies Tour
● Lunch
● Ashland Mansion Tour – Home of Henry Clay
● Thomas D Clark Center for Kentucky History
● Buffalo Trace Distillery Tour
● Free Day & Time to Finish the Bourbon Trail
● Toyota Factory Tour
● The Ark Encounter
Day 25 - 27
Natural Bridge, KY
● Visit Winchester – Home of Beer Cheese
– Ale – 8 Bottling Plant, Bluegrass Heritage Museum (En route)
● Daniel Boone State Forest
● Sky Lift Ride to Natural Sandstone Arch
● Natural Bridge Hoedown
● Time to Explore the Red River Gorge Area
Day 28 - 30
Corbin, KY
● American Indian Heritage Museum
● Dinner at Colonel Harland Sanders Museum & Café
● Berea Motorcoach Tour
● Kentucky Artisan Center
● Log House Craft Gallery
● Lunch at Historic Boone Tavern
● Kentucky Music Hall of Fame
● Bittersweet Cabin Village Museum Tour
● Cumberland Falls Motorcoach Tour
● Scenic Railway Trip through the Daniel Boone Forest
– and Big South Fork River
● Box Lunch
● Interpretive Center
● Blue Heron Coal Mining Camp
● McCreary County Museum
● Dinner at Cumberland Falls – “the Niagara of the South”
● See a Moonbow at the Falls (weather permitting)
– One of the few places in the Western Hemisphere
– to see this Phenomenon
Day 31 - 34
Paintsville, KY
● Mountain Life Museum (in AM prior to departure)
● Staff Prepared Dinner
● Hatfield & McCoy Motorcoach Tour
● Hatfield & McCoy Feud Sites
● Pikeville Cut Through Project
● Lunch
● East Kentucky Science Center
● Samuel May House
● Middly Creek National Battlefield
● Front Porch Pickin’
● Jenny Wiley Theater Production (if show is running)
● Mayo Memorial United Methodist Church
● Mountain Homeplace
● Butcher Hollow – Loretta Lynn’s Childhood Home
● Country Music Highway Museum
● Farewell Dinner
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

Tour Features

Click Here to View What is Included In Every RV Caravan

Tour Route

Photo Gallery

This slideshow requires JavaScript.


  • “The things we did and what we saw in New York City were amazing! It was a great experience!”
    Kathy & George Snyder
  • “It was a lot of fun. The people who prepared and served the food were incredible.”
    Barry & Judy Ellis
  • “Everything was great!”
    Christal Werner
  • “This trip fulfilled our once-in-a-lifetime desire and more. It was top notch and we will (and already have) recommended it to many!”
    Dale & Cheryl Curtis
  • “We saw and did things we never would have done on our own. Thanks to AVC for the excellent plans and the execution of them by our Wagonmasters.”
    Eddie & Mary Catherine Sligh
  • “Everything was great. Well done!! You know a lot about Chicago when you leave. Love the city.”
    Donna & Phillip Laugen

Tell A FriendShare on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestEmail this to someonePrint this page

Experience Kentucky

  • “The team was the best. The fellow travelers were like old friends. It was above our expectation!”
    David & Gretta Storrs
  • “Every show was great. Good choices! I loved having everything taken care of. We just showed up! Good job!”
    Ted & Judy Barber
  • “We loved every minute of it!”
    Walt & Lyn Alsegg
  • “We enjoyed looking at the photos. I agree regarding the description of the Kaori Wildlife Sanctuary stop. In fact I would rate it as the high point of the entire Queensland / New Zealand tour. I am surprised to see other tours, even tours billed as "wildlife tours", that don't even make that stop.”
    Norm Day
  • We loved it!!  The entire team worked like clockwork together!  Made us feel very comfortable and welcome.  We loved them all!  The entire trip was so well put together.  All the activities were well thought out and so interesting.  Very diverse and so enjoyable.

    Don & Kathy Gogna
  • “A real rich experience, many excellent and varied opportunities. We had a lot of fun with wonderful people!”
    Steve & Jenny Altman
%d bloggers like this: