|Bowling Green City Facts|
|Country||USA (United State of America)|
|Total Area||35.6 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||43.6136° N, 116.2025° W|
|Time Zome||MST (UTC−07:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||National Corvette Museum, Historic Railpark and Train Museum, Brims Children's Museum|
|Universities||Bowling Green State University, Western Kentucky University|
Bowling Green hotels provide fantastic atmosphere to its guests. The custom-made reception to its customers makes them unique. Some of the famous hotels in the city are Hampton Inn, Drury Inn, Courtyard Bowling Green Convention Center, Microtel Inn, Baymont Inn, Fairfield Inn, Holiday Inn University Plaza, Home-Towne Suites, Comfort Inn, Barren River Lake Resort Lodge and Cottages, Quality Inn, Bowling Green-Days Inn, Econo Lodge, Ramada Inn, Continental Inn and Country Hearth Inn.
Cars, taxis, buses, trains include the public transportation in the city. Bowling Green-Warren County Regional Airport serves the city. The city is well known for its extensive road network. Interstate 65 north to Louisville south to Nashville, TN (55 mi) William H. Natcher Parkway north to Owensboro (70 mi), U.S. Route 231 north to Morgantown, south to Scottsville, U.S.Route 31W north to Park City, south to Franklin, U.S. Route 68 / Kentucky State Route 80 west to Russellville, east to Glasgow, Kentucky State Route 185, Kentucky State Route 234, Kentucky State Route 240 and Kentucky State Route 242 are the main highways that serve the city.
Places to Visit:
The city offers numerous parks to its people where they can relax and enjoy their evenings. Basil Griffin - Large pond with migratory birds, C. W. Lampkin - Baseball fields, outdoor basketball courts, Chuck Crume Nature, Covington Woods, Fort Webb - a historic site, Fountain Square - historic site, boating in James Hines, Lovers Lane - the soccer fields, Preston Miller - water park/swimming pool, disc golf course, RiverWalk/Brownfield - historic site and Roland Bland are the recreational centers in the city. Barren River Imaginative Museum of Science where people can experience the force of a mini-tornado, Kentucky Museum and Library and National Corvette Museum that showcases America's sports car are the important museums in the city. Beech Bend Park, General Motors Assembly Plant, Capitol Arts Center, Cave Spring Caverns, Eloise B. Houchens Center, Lost River Cave and Valley and Riverview at Hobson Grove include the other attractions of the city.
Last Updated On : March 19, 2013