Attractions in Barren County...
The Indians in the area now known as Barren County burned away plant growth to promote grassland, which enticed buffalo to graze the area. The first of the pioneers found this area without trees or vegetation, so it looked "barren". Now a days, Barren County has gentle rolling hills covered with many trees and beautiful sights. The expanse of Barren River Lake, wildflowers, fall foliage, and wildlife. Many accommodations and attractions just to name a few of the county's benefits. With all it's atmosphere, both residents and visitors to the county find a relaxed place to enjoy the nature and activities.



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Are their any Caves in Barren County? Glasgow is Barren county's capital, and is host to the Museum of the Barrens. It's display of artifacts from the early part of the last century, is growing and becoming an attractive stop to vacationers. Nearby parks include Mammoth Cave National Park and Barren River Lake Resort Park. Mammoth Cave National Park includes the world's longest cave, with more than 300 miles of mapped passageways. The caves were first explored by Indians thousands of years ago. The caves served as a vital source during the war of 1812. Cave tours have been conducted for 150 years, and today are offered daily, except Christmas. Barren River Lake Resort Park, located on U.S. Highway 31E, includes 51 lakeview rooms, 22 cottages, an 18 hole golf course, a full-service marina, horsebck riding, bike trails, tennis courts, and a campground. The 10,000-acre lake includes a public sand beach. The Glasgow Recreation Board operates four parks and sponsors leagues in all major sports. Barren County's privately owned facilities include a country club, four golf courses, a swimming pool, a skating rink, bowling lanes, an indoor theater, and miniature golf.   It continues to be one of the more prosperous areas in Kentucky and proof to this is the relatively high mortgage value of the properties in Glasgow.  It's hard to put into words just how good the place is . . . you have to see it to fully appreciate its history, scenic spots, and culture.

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