Getting Around Lexington

Eleanor R.

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Lexington is new territory for many of us, so we’re looking to get as much information about the city, the venue, local attractions, restaurants, and more out to you ahead of the 2020 Reset Conference!!

If you’re flying in

We know a good percentage of our Reset Conference attendees fly in from around the country, so the Bluegrass Airport will be your destination into Kentucky.  There is a free airport shuttle from the airport to the Campbell House, or if you’re taking a cab or driving yourself, it’s just a quick 10-minute drive or ride. You can find the Campbell House’s turn by turn directions here.

If you’re needing a slightly larger airport, the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and Louisville International are both about 1.5 hours away.  And if you’re driving from any of the airports with a rental car, it’s helpful to know that parking is FREE at the Campbell House!

getting around Lexington for the Reset Conference
Photo credit: Jeff Rogers, VisitLEX.com

Navigating Around Lexington

As far as getting around within Lexington goes, Uber, Lyft and various taxi services are available as well as Lextran public transportation.

If you’re driving yourself to sightsee or attend one our many off-site shootouts, you’ll want to know how the city of Lexington is arranged.  It is set up like a wheel with the freeway making a large circle around the city hub. The Campbell House is on one of the spokes, just west of the very center of the circle.

Get Your Cardio In By Biking

Lexington recently added a new dockless bike-share program called Spin. Bike rentals will start as low as $1 for 30 minutes and would be a great way to get around, sightsee and get some exercise all at the same time!

However you choose to arrive and get around Lexington, we hope you’ll join us on March 28-29!  We can’t wait to see you!!

#visitLEX #meetLEX #theresetconference #SharetheLex

Eleanor R.
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