Russellville is a small city and the county seat of Logan County, south central Kentucky. The early settlers used to call Russellville the “Big Boiling Spring” or “Rogues’ Harbour.” It wasn’t until 1798 that it took its present name, honoring the Revolutionary War General, William Russell. Overall, it is a place with rich historical heritage, making it a great destination for history buffs. A few of the top Russellville attractions include the Logan County Archives and Genealogical Society, Carrico Park Square, and Betty’s Antiques. Regarding budget accommodation, most of the and nearby Russellville offer comfy rooms for less than a $100. For those looking for even more economical accommodation, there are quite a few discount hotels that charge less than $60 per night.