The inviting town of Bowling Green, Kentucky, is a great destination for a bachelor party. Located about an hour from Nashville, travelers can visit Bowling Green on its own or combine the two cities for an extended bachelor party getaway. Situated in south central Kentucky’s Cave Country, it’s ideal for adventure seekers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Book a stay at The Lodge at Olde Stone as your home base for the party. The boutique resort features 12 Kentucky-inspired guestrooms. Perfect for the golf-loving groom, the resort is home to 18- and nine-hole golf courses, ideal for guests of varying skill levels.
For sports car fans, head to NCM Motorsports Park for the opportunity to drive a sports car on the 3.2-mile track. If the groom loves baseball, plan a visit to see Bowling Green Hot Rods minor league team play. Aviation Heritage Park is home to six restored military aircraft and the park is free to the public. Visit Mammoth Cave National Park for a spelunking experience through the world’s longest underground cave system.
Cool off from the activities with a cold beer or two at Gasper Brewing Company. Conveniently located from many shops and restaurants, the new microbrewery and taproom features a large outdoor beer garden and hosts live music weekly. Grab dinner at the popular steakhouse Hickory & Oak for southern classics and an extensive bourbon selection.
The Elms Hotel and Spa, part of the Destination by Hyatt portfolio, located in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, announced a new signature beer series created specifically for the property. The collection consists of three hand-crafted artisanal beers served on a seasonal basis at the hotel’s restaurant, Three Owls. Brewed locally at Dubious Claims Brewing Co., the beers will be offered to guests at peak freshness, reflecting the spirit of the hotel.
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