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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Day 1
I left my parents at a casual 8am and headed off after packing up anything that might not like to be frozen that I had kept in the house.

Headed to Louisville Kentucky. Looking forward to seeing some green again and a bit of warmth. Was doing my roadkill survey as I went to see the abundance of local critters…deer, raccoon, Opossum mostly. Vegetation is slowly changing but for the most part looks the same as back ...

USA (Kentucky Bourbon Trail)

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

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... 8211; don’t trust the postman that much!)

Makers Mark is by far the most scenic distillery in the region. Even so, Lisa and Tam decided to join us on this tour (which works out well as they often offered their tasting to us, which was appreciated, when they didn’t woof them down themselves). The bourbon here is renowned for its waxed tops on the bottles, and fermentation of the sour mash in huge cedar wood barrels, which we were able to dip ...

Game Day

A travel blog entry by hudcrocam on Nov 28, 2014

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Needed to work off some food and drink so we took boys on walk to Harvard! Walked about 8 km around Boston. A beautiful and lovely city. Our tour included a visit to the Bell In Hand tavern.. The oldest pub in The States! Sent the boys to pick up the rental van and ...

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 ...

Jim...hiccup....Beam Distillery

A travel blog entry by lastrick on Sep 19, 2014

... the state—and more than half of Kentucky bourbon is made by Jim Beam.