Posts Tagged: 41097

Shell – Car Wash, Grant County

Shell – 111 KY-36, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-5636
Like a few reviews stated, the restrooms are filthy, smell like pi$$ and need to be gutted and rebuilt. Other than that good selection of goods and easy off and on the exit.

Grant County Auto – Car Repair, Grant County

Grant County Auto – 1000 N Main St, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-823-1111
Took my Sebring to this shop for what I thought was a leaking radiator hose. I even said that to the owner. Instead the pressure check indicated a faulty cap. Instead of ripping me off for a $200 repair they simply charged me $2 for a new cap. Finding an honest repair shop is almost as difficult as finding an honest attorney. I never go anyplace else. Honesty, quality and integrity are found here.

Darlington Service L.L.C – Car Repair, Grant County

Darlington Service L.L.C – 10765 Taft Hwy, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-1420
I’m sure it’s a good place to get your vehicle repaired, but all I did was drive by like I do every day.

Grant County Board-Education – School, Grant County

Grant County Board-Education – 820 Arnie Risen Blvd, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-3323

Grant County Parks & Recreation – park, Grant County

Grant County Parks & Recreation – 101 N Main St # 4A, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-428-4500
Parks are poorly maintained. Very little in the way of nature trails, despite an abundance of wooded area. JB Miller park is so overgrown the trail is impassible at a certain point, so at least 50% of it is not usable. There are no public pools, the lakes are dirty and swimming is mostly banned. No wonder everyone in this town is hooked on drugs. There is nothing to do. My family and I will be moving as soon as humanly possible, and I know plenty of other people who are of the same mindset. Anything worth doing here is private and priced for those who make six figures. The rest of us are left with the decaying remains of a time when the government cared about its people. This place has no future, and local and state political officials have no desire or intention to invest in quality of life for residents. If you make above 40k a year and under 100k, do yourself a favor and relocate to a place that invests your tax money in making your life more tolerable, as opposed to stealing it, using it to prop up failing conglomerates (Answers in Genesis, anyone?), and letting everything else rot.

Martin’s Auto Electric – Car Repair, Grant County

Martin’s Auto Electric – 1114 N Main St, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-6663
They have worked on a few of my vehicles. Knowledgeable, friendly, comunitive, fairly priced. Got right on the job and got my vehicle back on the road and to me.

Grant County Board-Education – High School, Grant County

Grant County Board-Education – 820 Arnie Risen Blvd, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-3323

Williamstown Auto Services LLC – Car Repair, Grant County

Williamstown Auto Services LLC – 725 S Main St, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-823-2700

AUBIE’S PEDDLERS MALL – Shopping Mall, Grant County

AUBIE’S PEDDLERS MALL – 1103 N Main St, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA –
Thank you for giving me a deal and bundling my items. Staff was very helpful

Justice Auto Sales – Car Repair, Grant County

Justice Auto Sales – 414 S Main St, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-581-4745
Very nice guy!Roger is very good at what he does and prices are wonderful!!I will never go any where else.Highly recommend him.Thank You Roger Justice so much.

Grant County School Superintendent Office – School, Grant County

Grant County School Superintendent Office – 820 Arnie Risen Blvd, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-2850

Noah’s Ark – Art Galleries, Grant County

Noah’s Ark – 1 Ark Encounter Dr, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 855-284-3275
Awesome place. Lots of godly exhibits. Will really bring the Biblical account of Noah into perspective. You will never read it the same way again.

Ark Encounter – Art Galleries, Grant County

Ark Encounter – 1 Ark Encounter Dr, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 855-284-3275
Great experience overall. We spent all day there from open to close. Getting a wheel chair took forever, and that system was not disability friendly. Getting through the ark itself took a couple of hours and was very rewarding. We ate at the buffet, which was nice but crowded. There were tons of choices for all different food preferences. Being vegetarian and gluten sensitive, I found plenty to eat. My kids loved the camel ride, mining for fossils, and kangaroo petting. We got to see Ken Ham speak, which enhanced the experience. I’d recommend getting there as soon as it opens to take in everything. You can take the shuttle and get in the park area for free, without a ticket. There is so much to do, that if we had more time we might have gone back for the outside stuff. As it was, we felt we did everything we wanted in a day.

Noah’s Ark – Museum, Grant County

Noah’s Ark – 1 Ark Encounter Dr, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 855-284-3275
Awesome place. Lots of godly exhibits. Will really bring the Biblical account of Noah into perspective. You will never read it the same way again.

El Jalisco Mexican Restaurant – Restaurant, Grant County

El Jalisco Mexican Restaurant – 4 Skyway Dr, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-4777
Very friendly service but could refill drinks a little faster and check on table once food is served. Steak was wrong and had to wait 10+ minutes to send it back to go back on the grill. Food was good. after steak was finished cooking it was good. Not a fan on white sauce for chips. It’s not cheese. Kind of sweet ranch thing. Good for other stuff not chips..