Pennyrile Parkway

  • Western Waterlands
71 miles

The Pennyrile area is rich in cultural history and surrounded by beautiful Western Kentucky landscapes.

Named for the Pennyrile region of Kentucky, this roadway originally traveled from Henderson to Hopkinsville before sections were re-designated Interstate 69. The parkway travels by Hopkinsville, the point of greatest eclipse during the 2017 Great American Eclipse, and past sites designated by the National Trail of Tears.

Must-Stops on the Pennyrile Parkway

Brushy Fork Creek Studio and Gallery Photo

Brushy Fork Creek Studio and Gallery

1550 Pleasant Greenhill Rd.
Crofton, KY 42217

Pennyroyal Scuba Center Blue Springs Resort Photo

Pennyroyal Scuba Center Blue Springs Resort

602 Christian Quarry Rd.
Hopkinsville, KY 42240

Edgar Cayce - The Sleeping Prophet  Exhibit at Pennyroyal Area Museum Photo

Edgar Cayce - The Sleeping Prophet Exhibit at Pennyroyal Area Museum

217 E. 9th Street
Hopkinsville, KY 42240

Woody Winfree Fire Transportation Museum Photo

Woody Winfree Fire Transportation Museum

217 East 9th Street
Hopkinsville, KY 42240

Trail of Tears Commemorative Park and Heritage Center Photo

Trail of Tears Commemorative Park and Heritage Center

100 Trail of Tears Dr
Hopkinsville, KY 42240

Robert Penn Warren Birthplace Museum Photo

Robert Penn Warren Birthplace Museum

Third Street at Cherry Street
Guthrie, KY 42234

A road stretches past equestrian fencing and rolling bluegrass hills in Kentucky

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