Kentucky 100 Scenic Drive


Cordell Hull Scenic Byway

Located in Barren and Monroe counties, this 52-mile route begins at the entrance to Mammoth Cave National Park, extends to the Tennessee state line and on to Celina, Tennessee which is the site of Nobel Peace Prize winner and former U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull’s original office. Among attractions on or near the road are Morrison Park Camp (oldest sawdust camp in the U.S.), Ft. Williams (a Civil War fort in Glasgow), the Old Mulkey Meeting House State Historic Site and Camp Rotary Boy Scout Camp. This is also the route of the Annual Roller Coaster Fair Yard Sale the first weekend in October.

Duncan Hines Scenic Byway

Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
This 82-mile route, which runs through Warren and Edmonson counties, passes many historic homes and churches. Beginning in Bowling Green at the former home and office of author Duncan Hines, it then runs through several small towns and Mammoth Cave National Park where it crosses the Green River by ferry. Along the route are stately mansions, quaint homes, antique shops, one-room school houses, an old train depot, historic cemeteries, the site of a Civil War skirmish in Brownsville, an old grainery and a stagecoach stop which was once the home of Patrick Henry's sister. This drive takes a look at life in rural Kentucky.


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