In October we traveled to a Country Coach (the brand of motorhome we own) Rally in Virginia along Chesapeake Bay and just north of Williamsburg. On the way we stopped at the Kentucky Horse Park (see photo) north of Louisville. There is a large stables/farm/museum dedicated to American horse breeds, primarily Thoroughbreds. Most of the famous American race horses are buried here and/or memorialized with statues. It is quite a unique place to see. The nearby RV campground is in an outstanding State Park, which we also enjoyed.
There were 67 coaches, so 135+ people at the 4 day rally/conference. You can see the coaches park all orderly in the campground. Like all conferences, we had our share of meetings, seminars, fun, food, and entertainment.
One of the group outings was a 3 hour cruise in Chesapeake Bay. We had enough free time in the area to spend a day in historic Williamsburg, a town within the city, with the square miles old area sectioned off and preserved as well as possible to show the colonial period.