Coffee Tree Cabin

Address: 980 McCubbins Lane, Bardstown, Kentucky, 40004, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 980 McCubbins Lane, Bardstown, is near Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History.
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Travel Blogs from Bardstown

The Adventure Begins!

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 02, 2015

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... and it does not matter what that person does you will still love them. I love my kids unconditionally. I need to move more into the unconditional.

Drove all day until it started to get dark and pulled off at a Super 8 motel in Elizabethtown (name of one of my favourite movies). I was tired from the long drive ~800 km today so I let myself chill to watching cable TV! Something I never do since there is no cable in the country.
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USA (Kentucky Bourbon Trail)

A travel blog entry by alan-tammy on Dec 19, 2014

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... like the goliath it is out behind the rolling hills in the bluegrass county, to the sighs and appreciative groans from the backseat of our SUV, in anticipation of what laid ahead. We were pleasantly surprised that you didn’t need to undertake a tour to taste their bourbon, therefore, we set off to the ‘tasting cabin’ where you were given 2 tokens each and could pour your own bourbon from the automated pourers in the centre of the cabin. Being ...

Game Day

A travel blog entry by hudcrocam on Nov 28, 2014

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... went shopping, (finally!!) The Quincy Market and Boston Common suddenly sprouted people and cars from our previous day experience. Boston vs Winnipeg Winnipeg scored first with goal by Dustin Byfuglien then Lucic tied it up. Overtime was solved by Bruins Dougie ...

My Old Kentucky Home

A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 10, 2014

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... the mountains in Tennessee, looking down into the gaps and hollows where the red rock escarpments are visible, but there were no pullouts or viewpoints along the way.

Kentucky, at least in the east, is still very much mountainous, not in the sense of the Rockies, but mountains just the same. It did open up as I continued westward but the terrain was still very hilly and wooded. I should have stopped long before I did but I had a destination in mind. I ...

Day 1 Trip Begins

A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Jul 21, 2014

... to us. She marveled at our last name because her father's first name was Spurgeon and she had never met anyone else with the name Spurgeon. We commented to ourselves that our grandchildren could be talking with that lovely KY accent if they hadn't left Louisville ...