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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Hundreds of boats and RVs were driving into the Kentucky Expo Center for the Louisville Boat, RV, and Sport show.
The show offers a look at new boats and RVs, plus some educational tips for boat and RV enthusiast as well.
The show also offered activities for kids. One of the biggest family friendly attractions was the free kids trout fishing.
The newest attraction to this year's show was Paddlefest.
"It's a giant swimming pool where you can get in a canoe or kayak and test out how to make it work without getting wet there will also be seminars to demonstrate how to use the new non power sports," explained exhibitor relationship manager Pam LaFollette.
The Louisville Boat, RV, and Sport show will be open through Sunday.