Attractions

William Arnold Log Cabin

William Arnold Log Cabin Built in the early 19th century, this was once the home of William Arnold, founder of Williamstown. The two story house is constructed of huge poplar logs with a wood shingle roof characteristic of the log houses built during Kentucky’s early days. Maintained and cared for by the Grant County Historical Society, the building contains pioneer Ads

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

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. Ads

Kentucky (KY) Cowtown

Kentucky (KY) Cowtown Kentucky Cowtown Exposition Center is an 52 acre indoor equine & livestock exhibition hall. The 32,000 sq. ft. centerpiece of Kentucky Cowtown is a fabric and steel Cover-All arena. Cover-All is the supplier of buildings to renowned horsemen such as Pat Parelli and country music star George Strait. Included in the complex is an attached 6,000

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.

CETA Visual Arts and Crafts

CETA visual arts and crafts Kentucky artists and arts organizations are working to provide significant, personally meaningful arts opportunities and activities throughout the county and serving as a means for understanding and interpreting our heritage and surroundings. CETA (Community Enrichment Through the Arts), a non-profit organization promoting visual and performing

The Quilt Box

The Quilt Box Located just outside of Dry Ridge, only three short miles from the interstate, you’ll find a true hidden treasure. The Quilt Box has been rated one of the top 10 quilt shops in the nation. With several thousand bolts of fabric in stock, as well as Janome sewing machines, books and other quilting supplies, you’ll soon realize that this unique

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.

Grant County Lakes

Grant County Lakes Boaters and fisherman alike love Grant County due to it’s abundance and variety of lakes. From the smallest lakes, that you can easily walk around, to the largest, with over 37 miles of shoreline, Grant County has a body of water just waiting for you! Corinth Lake This 100-acre lake at the southern end of Grant County features boating and

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.