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300 Springs Waterfall

300 Springs Waterfall

There is an 18.2 mile stretch of our Green River that has a hidden gem only accessible by boat. Actually, it has 300 of them they say.Photo by Casey Jones300 Springs is a series of waterfalls into the Green that can only be seen by boat. That’s right, you can’t hike...

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Hart County’s Blueway on the Green

Hart County’s Blueway on the Green

Are you ready for over 42 miles of paddling paradise in Kentucky?   The Hart County Blueway on the Green, covers 42.5 miles of the Green River. This Blueway flows past springs, blue holes, islands and other points of interest on one of the most biodiverse rivers...

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Dining from a Distance in Munfordville

Dining from a Distance in Munfordville

Staying in is the new going out.  Social distancing is a priority and for now we believe staying in is the new going out.  While you're in, you can still enjoy all that makes Munfordville delicious, from the comfort of your home.Breakfast at Murray's Restaurant1....

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5 simple ways to holiday in Munfordville

5 simple ways to holiday in Munfordville

Looking for some simple joy this Christmas?  Want to avoid the crowds? Us too. Our small town has some wide open spaces to enjoy.   1. Enjoy some Christmas cookies and coffee with a friend from the Brew House. They offer limited seating and also take orders and offer...

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Kentucky Stonehenge

Kentucky Stonehenge

Munfordville, Kentucky and Wiltshire, England have some things in common.  They've both seen civil war battles, they are both predominantly rural and they both have Stonehenges.  The difference is that one henge is from the neolithic period and ours is from the turn...

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A day on the Green River

A day on the Green River

We have never needed outdoor activities more than now, and the Green River is becoming a favorite escape for many.  Our most popular local trip on the Green is Johnson Springs (Harry Wilson Park) to Munfordville. The journey is 4 river miles and depending on the water...

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The SEVEN Best Things to do in Munfordville

The SEVEN Best Things to do in Munfordville

Alot has changed about our daily lives in 2020, but THE BEST THINGS NEVER CHANGE.  Munfordville is a perfect stop along I-65 for a day trip or as an additional day of chill when you're visiting Mammoth Cave National Park. Here's seven things you'll find amazing about...

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Paddle into Mammoth Cave National Park

Paddle into Mammoth Cave National Park

Ever want to take the road less traveled?  Or better yet, get off the road all together?  Let the Green River be your gateway to Mammoth Cave National Park.Photo by @kellywantstokayak of Instagram - taken at a blue hole on the Green in Mammoth Cave National...

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5 Ways to FALL in Munfordville

5 Ways to FALL in Munfordville

Munfordville is fabulous in any season, but FALL is really something special.1. The White Pumpkin Last year the Brew House on Main Street featured their "white pumpkin" and the love affair began with all the locals & travelers alike. Think of a cozy film starring...

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