Discover a selection of 98 vacation rentals in Bowling Green that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $98 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Bowling Green. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Bowling Green is a city that's "geared for fun"

From riding wooden rollercoasters to discovering subterranean rivers, Bowling Green is one of Kentucky's best-kept secrets. The city takes its "geared for fun" motto seriously and serves up a host of unique activities and attractions. Explore the Kentucky countryside and you'll find a patchwork of farmland, orchards and horse stables. If you're craving rest, relaxation and fresh air why not escape to a secluded Bowling Green vacation rentals property?

Things to do

Rev up a vintage Corvette in Bowling Green

Discover Bowling Green's long automotive legacy at the National Corvette Museum. Classic car enthusiasts will also jump at the chance to tour the GM Corvette Assembly Plant, which unlocks a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the iconic American manufacturer. Kentucky may be famous for its thoroughbred horses, but at the Beech Bend Raceway you can catch high-octane drag races. For family-friendly thrills and spills, spend a day at Beech Bend Amusement Park & Splash Lagoon. Art connoisseurs will swoon over the Downing Museum at the Baker Arboretum. It celebrates the works of the late Joe Downing, a Western Kentucky University alumnus who championed leather, metal, wood, canvas and other unorthodox materials.


Descend into Bowling Green's Lost River Cave

One of Bowling Green's biggest drawcards is its hidden network of underground waterways. At Lost River Cave you can descend into a subterranean labyrinth. As well as guided boat cruises, you can also sign up for the intrepid Discovery Cave Crawl experience, which sees adventurers equipped with headlamps, helmets and life vests. If you'd rather cruise in the slow lane, take a stroll around Bowling Green's downtown district. It's anchored by Fountain Square Park and is filled with cafes, boutiques and antique stores.


Summer escapes to Bowling Green

Bowling Green enjoys 4 distinct seasons, each with its own set of perks. Crowds spike in the summer, when highs hover around the 80s. Surrounded by nature, Bowling Green vacation rentals are ideal for summer escapes. From family bonfires to woodland walks, there's no better way to charge your batteries. Early spring and late fall are definite sweet spots, with clear skies and cooler temperatures. It's also a great time to escape the humidity that can often envelop Kentucky over the summer. Winter brings lows of around 25 and the occasional snow flurry.

Natural features

Discover Bowling Green's "agritourism" scene

Just 30 minutes from downtown Bowling Green is Mammoth Cave National Park. It's one of the world's longest cave systems and is listed as a World Heritage Site. Inside you'll find a wonderland of stalagmites, stalactites and ancient 350 million-year-old rock formations. As well as rearing world-class race horses, Kentucky is known for its rolling farmland. Venture out of town and you'll find a flourishing "agritourism" scene. You can sip your way through boutique wineries, visit working dairy barns, pick fruit at local orchards, tour cheesemaking factories and more.

How many vacation rentals are available around Bowling Green?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 98 vacation rentals around Bowling Green. From 15 cabin rentals to 71 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.