Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+
Danville, KY residents hosts annual festivals celebrating barbecue, music, history, beer and more.
Herrington Lake in Danville, KY, gives water lovers a place to play.
Danville, KY offers residents and visitors many recreation choices, including fishing, golfing and more.
There are lots of fun things to do in Danville, KY including museums, history tours, festivals, and golf.
Thanks to a donation in the memory of a beloved pet, Danville's Millennium Park has its own dog park.
The 500-acre, 44-year-old Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge bordering the North Rolling Fork River is a protected area of Danville, KY that has been set aside as a permanent sanctuary.
Children with chronic illnesses can have their spirits lifted for a day, weekend or a full week at the new Camp Horsin' Around in Danville, KY.
Danville, KY, located less than an hour from Lexington, is home to several historic attractions including Perryville Battlefield, Constitution Square and more, and features fun festivals and events such as the Great American Balloon Race. Residents also enjoy outdoor opportunities, quality schools, charming neighborhoods and several health-care centers. Residents here have taken great steps to preserve many of the historic buildings that create a unique downtown area. This helped earn Danville a spot on our Top 10 Cities for Historic Preservation list.
© Copyright 2014 livability.com. All rights reserved.No portion of this website may be reproduced in whole or in part without written consent.