Rolling Hills Camping Resort

Address: 11 Hunter Road, Taylorsville, Kentucky, 40071, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 11 Hunter Road, Taylorsville, is near Brashears Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Taylorsville

    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 ...

    SIR GWAIN DAY 2

    A travel blog entry by kennethholbert on Nov 11, 2014

    ... have or found in the next three days. the third day Sir Gwain didn't trade anything because the only thing he had to trade was a gurtel that a maid made him and told him that it would keep him safe from harm.

    After the third the guide and Sir Gwain set out to the holding of the green knight. on the way the ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by timably on Nov 11, 2014

    ... the women today.

    A year passed, so I knew I had to begin my quest to the Green Knights house. Part of the challenge was if he was unable to speak after I hit him with my ax, then one year from the day I would return to his house and he would have the chance to hit me with the ax. I visited a castle for a few day before I made my way to the Green Knights ...

    The Battle

    A travel blog entry by zthom on Nov 11, 2014

    ... him. He just picked up his head, got back on his horse and off he went.

    A year went past and it was time to go back to the Green Knights castle and do our challenge again. By this time, it went from a challenge and turned into a battle between the two of us ...

    Frankfort, KY

    A travel blog entry by healthyhuskies on Sep 05, 2014

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    We've made it to Frankfort, KY. Frankfort was established in 1786 and was original called Frank’s Ford for the pioneer Stephen Frank who was killed during an American Indian attack along the Kentucky River. With only 25,000 residents Frankfort is the 5th smallest capital in the US and not even the largest city in Kentucky.

    Next stop = Charleston, WV

    Distance from Frankfort = 197 miles

    Distance from SHE = 642 ...