Po p u l a t i o n 6 3 , 6 1 6 • W a r r e n
County ( Seat/ Dry) • CST/CDT • Wet*
Established 1798; 3rd largest Kentucky city; I-65, US 31W, US 68, US 231 and KY 67, KY 80, KY 234 and KY 1435, W.H.
Natcher and Louie B. Nunn Parkways, on the Barren River. Served as the Confederate Capital of Kentucky. Bowling Green Area Convention
& Visitors Bureau, 352 Three Springs Rd.,
Bowling Green, 42104. Experience a new adventure around every curve as you witness the birth and history of Corvettes, take an underground boat tour, and go for a twisted ride in
the air. Less than 1 hour north of Nashville. Mon.-Fri. 8-5, Sat. (from Memorial Day to Labor Day) 9-3. www.visitbgky.com; 270.782.0800; 800.326.7465. Bowling Green/Warren County Regional Airport, US
231, 2 miles SE, commercial passenger service & general aviation.