We stayed at the Big Bone Lick State Park in Kentucky, which is the birthplace of American vertebrate paleontology. They have a small free museum, bison grazing grounds, and hiking trails. The camp ground is clean, but the sites are very uneven (9 inches un-level) plus only have water and electric with a dump station. We paid $213.06 for a week stay.
Mike and I purchased a combo ticket to visit the Creation Museum and The Ark Encounter for over $160 total (about $80 each + tax).
The Creation Museum educates you on God’s creation from the book of Genesis. They did a great job to explain how dinosaurs existed in the Bible and what happened to them. The museum explains how we are all “one blood” (Acts 17:26). The 4D show on creation was amazing.
We went to The Ark Encounter the next day. The walk up to the building was remarkable. The wood work and explanation of feeding the animals, cleaning of waste, ventilation, lighting, etc. is mind and eye opening. How we are all descendants from Noah’s family. If you are in the Cincinnati or Lexington area, it is worth the drive.
Thank you and God bless.