Attractions

William Arnold Log Home

It is located at 214 North Main St. behind the Baptist Church Circa 1811, was home of the founder of Williamstown. A handmade sign greets visitors as they walk in the door. William Arnold was a Revolutionary War & Indian War veteran who came to Kentucky in an early day and finally settled in that part of Campbell County which eventually became Ads

Farmer Bills & Mam-Maw's Kitchen

A working farm with petting zoo and children's playground. Seasonal events continue throughout the year beginning with an Easter egg hunt and ending after the Christmas season with a live nativity play, carriage rides and Santa in his workshop.  People like Farmer Bill add texture to life. Many farms have horses and goats; far fewer can

Grant County Fair

Grant County Fair The fairgrounds come alive with a multitude of events for people of all ages. Whether you’re there to participate or just watch, there’s plenty of fun… from the pageants, the horse shows, the truck pulls, the demolition derbies and the midway. Attractions: Rides, Motorsports, Horseshows, Livestock shows, Fair Food, Live Entertainment, Crafts, Ads

Wild Turkey Federation Eagle Creek Gobblers Chapter

The National Wild Turkey Federation has a chapter in the Grant and Owen County region. The National Wild Turkey Federation is a national, non profit, educational conservation organization comprised of stale and local affiliates working for the restoration and wise management of the American wild turkey and other valuable natural resources.

Buckeye Station Train Museum

Buckeye Station Train Museum Buckeye Station Train Museum is an animal rescue and free train museum. Buckeye Farm: At the Buckeye Farm, all unwanted cats have a home. New arrivals will be available for adoption after a quarantine period to make sure they are healthy. They have 50 cats, 7 large dogs, and 2 five foot iguanas. These are mostly rescued animals with a few being

Williamstown Haunted Trail, KY

Williamstown Haunted Trail, KY The evil spirits of Halloween are rising from the depths around the world, and surfacing this Halloween haunted trail takes you deep into the williamstown woods were you'll run into some unexpected guests that will have you trembling in fear. As you progress onward deeper into the trail you'll find a canniable tribe and loads more. So be sure to

John Ford Stone House

John Ford Stone House is the registered places in Grant County, KY. It is a 7 acres building in Grant County - S of Elliston, Elliston. Also known as Ford, John House. Features Of John Ford Stone House: Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering Architect, builder, or engineer: Unknown Architectural Style: No Style Listed Area of

Cruisin’ the Ridge

Cruisin’ the Ridge On Second Saturday, April - October at Downtown Dry Ridge - I-75, Exit 159 Open to all Show Cars, Trucks, Antiques, Classics, Modifies, Muscles, Sport Cars, Motorcycles, and Tractors. We have a plaque for the car club with the most vehicles that show at Cruisin’ the Ridge.

Williamstown’s Derby Day

Williamstown’s Derby Day Williamstown’s Derby Day takes place on First Saturday in May at Downtown Williamstown Day-long event in downtown Williamstown that features a parade, live music, food, crafts, the “Derby Dash” 5k run/walk and children activities.

Mullins Log Cabin, Cordova

Mullins Log Cabin Travel back to the early 1800’s before electricity, at this primitive log cabin getaway. Take a basket or chair weaving class. Wild herb walks and other workshops are also available. Many, many guests have spent the night at our log cabin since 1992. Honeymooners, schools, churches, & families have all enjoyed the tranquil, quaint setting.