There's nothing like going on an intimate trip to keep romance alive. What's fantastic is that choosing an enchanting spot to escape to has been made a whole lot easier.
"Whether you're planning a romantic day trip closer to home or hoping to book a weekend getaway in a new locale, we went from coast to coast to find 51 of the most romantic places around the U.S. These spots offer something special for every type of couple and interest — scenic state parks with beautiful proposal-worthy backdrops, romantic urban escapes for those looking to enjoy city sights, quirky attractions sure to create lifelong memories for the two of you, and, of course, a few castles for couples swept up in their own little fairytale.
And hey, even if there isn't a special someone to take on a trip this year, in the words of Oscar Wilde, 'To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.' Here are 51 romantic places to visit in each U.S. state and Washington, D.C."
The most romantic destination in Kentucky is Cumberland Falls:
"It's time for lovers to visit "The Niagara Falls of the South." Cumberland Falls is home to one very unique natural phenomenon called a moonbow. Couples who visit the park at night can spot a fantastic lunar rainbow spread across the falls, which only adds to the area's innate romanticism."