For RV Parking with connections 30 or 50 amp call the KEC to reserve at 502-367-5380
More info available here online: http://www.kyfairexpo.org/aboutUs.html
First come first serve- no assigned spots
Showers and restrooms available
Limited water and sewer hookups but there is water and sewer on site
No tents in the RV Parking area
RV Parking comes with in/out access to the KEC
First come-first serve basis. We cannot guarantee or reserve any spots within this lot except
for racers and pit crews since they need to be with their trailer and rigs.
No showers available. Porta Pottys available.
No water or sewer hookups and no dumping of any waste allowed. Garbage cans will be
located throughout so please keep it clean and leave it the way you found it!
Tents are allowed in the RV Parking area. Spaces may be on grass or pavement.
No parking pass into KEC included ($8/day to enter the KEC – it is possible to walk in for no
Fourth Street Live! is Louisville’s premier dining and entertainment destination located in the heart of historic downtown Louisville, Kentucky. A short walk from downtown hotels, Waterfront Park, Main Street, the KFC YUM Center, Slugger Field, and much more, Fourth Street Live! offers something for everyone!
Restaurant and entertainment venues include: Brazeiros Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse, Goose Island Beer Bridge, Gordon Biersch Brewery and Restaurant, Hard Rock Cafe, Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse, T.G.I.Friday’s, The Fudgery, and the Sports and Social Club. Bars and nightclubs include: Howl at the Moon, PBR Louisville, Tavern Hall, Tavern on Fourth, Tengo Sed Cantina, the Kill Devil Club, and the Marquee Bar.
Fourth Street Live! also features a major food court with restaurants such as KFC, Philly Station, Smoothie King, Subway, Taco Bell, and Taipei Cafe. Retail amenities include Foot Locker and T-Mobile.
We welcome everyone to enjoy an afternoon with the family or a night on the town with friends at Louisville’s premier dining and entertainment district! Feel free to contact us for further information.
Known as the home of the Kentucky Derby and the Kentucky Oaks, Churchill Downs Racetrack conducts Thoroughbred horse racing in Louisville, Kentucky during three race meets in the Spring, September, and the Fall. The racetrack occupies 147 acres, featuring a one-mile dirt, oval racetrack and a seven furlong turf race course. Thoroughbred racing, the Kentucky Derby, and the Kentucky Oaks have run continuously at Churchill Downs Racetrack since 1875. In addition, Churchill Downs Racetrack has hosted the Breeders’ Cup World Championship eight times.
Over the course of three centuries, the track has completed several massive renovation projects to modernize its venerable grandstand and clubhouse and to accommodate its more than 165,000 guests on Kentucky Derby Day. Modernization projects have included the construction of private luxury suites and integrated simulcast areas, the installation of permanent lights to operate night-time race programs, and building The Big Board – the world’s largest 4k video screen. The Twin Spires that sit atop the grandstands remain the most recognizable architectural feature of Churchill Downs and serve as a symbol of the racetrack. The spires were designed by architect Joseph Dominic Baldez and were built in 1895 – they shine across the world’s most legendary racetrack each night.
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After a day in Bourbon Country visiting the distilleries, it’s time to test your newfound knowledge on the URBAN bourbon trail. Louisville has been home to many distillers since Evan Williams marketed his first whiskey in the city in 1780. Until the 1920’s, a portion of Main Street was known as “Whiskey Row” when as many as 50 distilleries were active. As work continues on bringing back two distillery tours to downtown Louisville, you can celebrate the city’s bourbon heritage at some of the world’s best bourbon bars.
Morning, noon or night, bourbon can be found in its natural environment…the Louisville bars and restaurants serving up America’s only native spirit in drinks and innovative dishes from mint julep pancakes to bourbon barrel smoked salmon or a bourbon ball milkshake. Search for the best Mint Julep – the official drink of the Kentucky Derby – featured at many of the stops.
The establishments on the Urban Bourbon Trail vary from historic hotel properties that once served Kentucky Whiskey to the likes of Al Capone and F. Scott Fitzgerald to cosmopolitan “scenes” where urban trend-setters are making retro drinks such as the Old-Fashioned and Manhattan in vogue again. Five are in downtown hotels, four have been internationally recognized and all are serving up bourbon-inspired dining. All offer bourbon flights, special bourbon cocktails and all have at least 50 different bourbon labels on the bar with trained staff that can explain the nuances and tasting notes in the varied offerings from Jim Beam Black to Elmer T. Lee.
There are two ways to travel the Urban Bourbon Trail – with a printed booklet style passport or an electronic version. You can pick up your free passport at the Visitors Center (4th and Jefferson Streets in downtown Louisville) or at any of the participating stops (just ask your server). You can also download an electronic passport using the iPhone or Android app.
No matter which method you choose, you’ll be guided through the history of Louisville’s bourbon heritage and the world’s most celebrated bourbon bars. Just drink in the atmosphere, or enjoy a bite to eat. Be sure to ask your bartender or server to validate your passport (or app) before you leave. Remember you don’t have to drink bourbon to get your passport stamped (though that’s a bit of the point!), you just need to make a purchase at each location.
Perhaps you’ve made this bet before in horseracing (Kentucky’s other favorite pastime), well rest assured a “Pick Six” on the Urban Bourbon Trail is a SURE bet. Just collect a stamp from six of the many stops along the Urban Bourbon Trail and you’ll earn the rank of official Bourbon Country Citizen.
You’ll also be awarded a special Urban Bourbon Trailblazer t-shirt and official Citizen of Bourbon Country certificate, so you can proudly display your passion for bourbon to the world.
The program is free to participate (other than your purchases), and there’s no time limit for completion.
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Kentucky Kingdom (formerly known as Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom) is an amusement park in Louisville, Kentucky. The 63-acre (25 ha) park includes a collection of amusement rides and a water park named Hurricane Bay. The park reopened to the public on May 24, 2014.
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