Parks and Recreation

Grant County Park

Grant County Park Grant County Park (54 acres) is located in Crittenden and contains one playground area, one baseball diamond with lights, a basketball court, a picnic area with five shelter houses, and a horse ring, barn and stadium. There are also two multi-purpose buildings. Roll out fun and games in Grant County Parks and Recreation. The event includes a free Ads

Boltz Lake

Boltz Lake Boltz Lake is located in Grant County, Kentucky, is a 92-acre (37 ha), artificial lake. Grant County is home to three more major lakes. Bullock Pen, a 142 - acre lake is situated just west of Crittenden. Corinth Lake, a 142 - acre lake can be found in the southern end of Grant County in Corinth. Grant County is also well served by water

Reynolds Boat Dock

On Bullock Pen State Lake where fishing and pontooning are favorite sports. 10 horse power motors maximum allowed for use on Bullock Pen Lake. Fishing license required. Facilities: Central Water, Store, Food Service, Fishing, Boat Launch, Licenses Available, Fishing Boats Rentals, Pontoon Rentals , Row boat, Pedal Boat Rentals. Nearby lakes and Ads

Piddle Park

Piddle Park Piddle Park (15 acres) in Dry Ridge provides one playground, a shelter with restroom facilities, a large playground, two tennis court, a basketball court, volleyball courts and a softball/ baseball field for all ages. The ball field and new lights has recently been upgraded. Lake Polly Wog offers boundless recreational opportunities including,

Lake Williamstown

Lake Williamstown Lake Williamstown has 350 acres of beautiful water and 32 miles of shoreline with over 450 waterfront properties. Williamstown Lake is a reservoir in Grant County in the state of Kentucky. The latitude and longitude coordinates for this reservoir are 38.6781, -84.5191 and the altitude is 768 feet (234 meters). More than 300 summer cottages and

Dry Ridge Concrete Skatepark

Dry Ridge Concrete Skatepark The city of Dry Ridge Kentucky gets a brand new concrete skatepark! 12,000 square feet of Grade A quality concrete. The park has a backyard pool with; concrete coping, deathbox and loveseat. Actually it is a 1970s style snake run built in a modern park, something like Lakewood's. Concrete Skatepark is at Piddle Park, established in 1976. Dry

Frank Webb Memorial Park

Frank Webb Memorial Park Williamstown is honored to have a 305 acre man made creation. The Williamstown Lake is a place where water enthusiast can find comfort. The City of Williamstown also pumps water from Lake Williamstown to provide water services to residents of Williamstown and other parts of Grant County. Frank Webb was an accomplished athlete and marathon runner

Ruby's Boat Dock

Lake Williamstown is the leader in Northern Kentucky is one step closer to expanding a water source and recreational attraction. The most common configuration is a ski/fishing boat, Boat launch, Storage & Service, Trailer & Camping area, with inboards dominating, a pontoon boat, and jet skies. Take an afternoon to enjoy nearby Williamstown

J.B. Miller Lake

Grant County is also well served by water recreation resources, particularly fishing lakes. These include the 142-acre Bullock Pen Lake near Crittenden, the 305-acre Williamstown Lake, the 100-acre Corinth Lake, and the 135-acre Lake Boltz, near Dry Ridge. Boating and water-skiing are also permitted on Williamstown Lake. Williamstown lake that

Lake Pollywog

It is a smaller lake (4 acres) beside Piddle Park in Dry Ridge. Piddle Park is located behind Grant County Drugs off of US 25 South. Park is managed by the City of Dry Ridge. It is also popular for fishing. Recently new regulations are in place for several smaller lakes around Kentucky including Lake Pollywog. Fishing regulation for Lake Pollywog