Kentucky - The “Greatest two Minutes in Sports” take place at Churchill Downs in Louisville during the world-renown horse racing event known as the Kentucky Derby. While many only associate Kentucky with horse racing, the “Bluegrass State” is also famous for its bourbon, the Louisville Slugger baseball bat and as the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. In Bowling Green, the National Corvette Museum attracts car enthusiasts who protect their precious automobiles in self storage units. Aside from the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, the region around Louisville and Elizabethtown has mini storage facilities perfect for housing saddles, bridles and other equine equipment. Folk artists and craftsman flock to Lexington, Richmond, Frankfort and Berea to create arts and crafts from supplies stored in mini storage facilities. In Kentucky’s southern region, near Burkesville, Somerset and Greensburg, Kentuckians tuck away their motor boats, jet-skis and kayaks in self storage facilities after spending the day out on Lake Cumberland. Whether indulging in recreation on land or water, Kentucky has hundreds of self storage facilities to contain all the equipment.