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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Bowling Green Moving Companies

With comprehensive assistance from our Bowling Green, Kentucky, Allied Van Lines agents, your upcoming residential, small business, or commercial move will go as smoothly as possible. Our agents will help reduce the stress of moving by connecting you with movers to transport your vehicle, pack your belongings, and drive them to your new home or office building. We offer assistance no matter how far you are moving. Whether you are moving into a new home in the university neighborhood, across the state, or cross-country, we are able to provide all of the assistance you’ll need. Our agents can even help with the logistics of an international move or a corporate relocation.

Our Bowling Green, KY, agents are licensed, bonded, and BBB accredited. You can choose the moving services that you need, such as packing assistance and transportation. If you would rather do the boxing yourself, we can provide sturdy moving boxes, packaging tape, and labels. If your new space is smaller or not yet ready for you to move into, we can connect you with a temporary storage facility. With our decades of experience, you can trust us to provide you with all of the resources you need for moving in Bowling Green.


Located in south central Kentucky within Warren County, Bowling Green is thriving city with the car industry, history museums and academics at its forefront. It is the only place in the U.S. that manufactures Corvettes, as General Motors has one of its home bases here. Bowling Green is also home to the campus of Western Kentucky University, the state’s second-largest public university. Founded by pioneers in 1798, the city has a rich history and was the provisional capital of Confederate Kentucky during the American Civil War.  In 2014, Forbes Magazine ranked Bowling Green as one of the “Top 25 Best Places to Retire in the U.S.”

As of the 2012 U.S. Census, the city has a population of about 60,000, making it the third most populated city in the state. The university contributes a relatively hefty amount with a student body of around 21,000.

Residents of Bowling Green enjoy a fairly temperate climate, with temperatures in the summer reaching the 90s while dropping to the low 40s during the winter.

Attractions and activities in Bowling Green

Between the museums, amusement parks and exquisite landmarks, Bowling Green is fun-filled city to call home. Gear heads flock to the National Corvette Museum, which houses a an array of vintage cars, one-of-a-kind prototypes and Corvette memorabilia. Dive into some of the city’s natural wonders at Lost River Valley and Cave where you can see land formations that are more than 10,000 years old in the world’s shortest deep river.

For a day of family fun, residents and visitors make their way to Beech Bend Amusement Park and Spark Lagoon, a family-owned park that features more than 40 rides, free parking and free water park attractions. This park has been repeatedly rated on the “Top 5 Friendlist Parks” from Amusement Today magazine.

Be sure to check out the city’s historic war landmarks, including a number of fascinating old homes such as the Riverview at Hobson Grove, as well as other sites on the Civil War Discovery Trail. To learn more about the Civil War, history of the area and some of the nation’s most powerful people, the Kentucky Museum is the place to go! In this 80,000-square-foot venue, there are a handful of fun and engaging exhibits, including Instruments of Excellence and A Star in Each Flag: Conflict in Kentucky.

Moving to Bowling Green

If you’ve got your heart set on moving to Bowling Green, let Allied Van Lines lend a helping hand. This Bowling Green moving company provides an array of options including electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly, self-pack materials and vehicle transportation.

To drive here, the city is accessible via Interstate 65 and U.S. Highway 80. If you’re looking for flights, the nearest airports are Bowling Green/Warren County Regional Airport, situated on the outskirts of town, and Nashville International Airport, located around 69 miles away.

Keep in mind that with Allied, you’ll receive no surprise pricing and no hidden fees unless you ask to add or remove services. See how this moving company can help you today!



Top Public Schools in bowling green, kentucky

W R Mcneill Elementary School

          

K-5

Drakes Creek Middle School

          

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South Warren High School

          

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Cost of Living in bowling green, kentucky

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Rent Index 22.95
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Restaurant Index 63.91
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