Things To Do
Rabbit Creek's location lends itself to a wide variety of leisure activities. There is so much to see and do during your visit to our area! Let us be your personal concierge to help you find fun things to do that interest you and to know what the must-see attractions are. Here are some of our recommendations:
Horse lovers will find themselves within a convenient drive from two well-known racetracks. Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby, is only an hour away in Louisville, while Keeneland Racetrack in Lexington, one of the most beautiful and historic racetracks in the nation, is less than a 30-minute drive. Visit the famous Kentucky Horse Park or marvel at the lush scenery along country roads as you explore Horse Country in all its splendor.
Interested in sampling other Bluegrass offerings? How about a trip down the Bourbon Trail where you can tour the Makers Mark Distillery or the National Historic Landmark, Woodford Reserve Distillery. Visit the University of Kentucky's Basketball Museum. The Headley-Whitney Museum where exhibits can vary from ancient Chinese pottery to Victorian costumes. Plan a day in Lousville at Kentucky Kingdom, Kentucky's premiere theme park. While in Louisville, you won't want to miss the Louisville Zoo! Spend your day shopping in Lexington or hunt for antiques in the quaint town of Nonesuch. Take a break from your antique hunting for a quiet lunch at the Glitz, a popular tea room. Just make sure to make your reservations first! If you're still hungry after a day of exploring, visit one of Lexington's many restaurants.
For the nature lover options abound, Mammoth Cave National Park is just a couple of hours from your front door. The longest cave system in the World shouldn't be missed! Hiking and backwoods camping can be found in the Red River Gorge with miles and miles of trails and campsites, and one of the countries most beautiful natural bridges. If fishing is your thing then you'll love Kentucky for its many lakes. If none of that intrigues you, spend a quiet evening watching the native wildlife from Rabbit Creek's backyard or take a dip in the large swimming pool. Maybe a relaxing hike to the small creek located on the farm would do.