BOAT STORAGE   Looking for a place to store your boat or RV? Taylor County offers many options for storage? Here is a list of businesses that offer Boat & RV Storage  around Green River Lake

    • Toll Gate House

      Toll Gate House The Toll Gate House,  stop (1A) on the Tebbs Bend Driving Tour,  serves as a transportation museum showcasing photographs of Taylor County toll houses, toll keepers and some of the rates charged from as far back as the 1800’s. Open Thurs – Sun 9-5 PM EST

    • The Elegant Touch

      The Elegant Touch The Elegant Touch is a boutique that specializes in beautiful designer women’s wear. It is located on Main Street in Historical Downtown Campbellsville.

    • Glitz Formal Wear

      Glitz Formal Wear We find “THE” dress you are looking for. Glitz offers the top designers in sizes 0-20. Open We are open by appointment only 7 days a week.

    • Mitchell’s

      Mitchell’s Mitchell’s is a full service clothing boutique for men and women. Dress-up or dress-down. Clothes for everyday, evenings, and events. Known for mens formal wear, suits, coats. Mitchell’s now selling top-line women’s clothes and accessories. Mitchell’s is for people whose clothes matter.

    • Oak & Axe

      OAK & AXE Oak & Axe is a “Southern Makers Art Gallery” and frame shop on Mainstreet in Historical Downtown Campbellsville that represents artists from Kentucky and the southern states. You’ll find many types of art forms including pottery, leather goods, sculpture, glass, furniture, knives and axes, textiles, iron work, painting and photography. Our aim is to offer an outlet to creative people, making quality, thoughtful products that are generally not found in normal retail venues; items that have been lovingly created, not because there is a dollar to make but because the artist had a passion to make it.

    • Sleepy Hollow Farm

      SLEEPY HOLLOW FARM Sit back and enjoy a trip to the pumpkin patch on a one of a kind cedar covered wagon pulled by one of our yesteryear antique tractors. At the patch, you can pick your very own pumpkin, fresh from the field. We are blessed with very scenic backdrops including creek crossing, green pastures and beautiful tree studded hillsides. Take a tour through our moderate level corn maze. There is also a hiking trail through the woods you can enjoy! Check out our petting zoo, with all our adorable farm animals: featuring Dan, our gentle giant and Uncle Si, the little guy, along with a host of others! Please use common sense with the animals! The children will love our farm-oriented play area. We are also offering a play area for the smaller tykes to enjoy. Grab a blanket (and maybe a book) and enjoy some reading time with your children or maybe just enjoy a beautiful fall day while stretching out under the sun! Bring along a sack lunch and take advantage of our picnic area. Snacks will also be available for purchase. Open through the month of October. MORE INFO Visit http://www.sleepyhollowfarmky.com/home.html

    • Heavenly Haven Farm & Zipline

      Discover an incredible place to encounter animals by visiting our farm located in Columbia, Ky! At Heavenly Haven Farm we utilize our 25 years of farming experience to bring you a new kind of family playground! Our farm is the place to be for family geared entertainment you’ll remember for years to come! Contact us today to hear more about our picturesque farm & incredible ZIP LINE!

    • Janice Holt Giles Home

      The log home of Kentucky authors, Janice Holt and Henry Giles is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Giles Society was established in 1996 to preserve the literary legacy of Janice Holt Giles and her husband Henry Giles, and to restore their log home. Books by Janice Holt Giles Fiction: The Enduring Hills, 1950 Miss Willie, 1951 Tara’s Healing, 1951 The Kentuckians, 1953 The Plum Thicket, 1954 Hill Man (writing as John Garth), 1954, (re-issued under Giles’s name, Spring 2000) Hannah Fowler, 1956 The Believers, 1957 Land Beyond the Mountains, 1958 Johnny Osage, 1960 Savanna, 1961 Voyage to Santa Fe, 1962 Run Me a River, 1964 The Great Adventure, 1966 Shady Grove, 1967 Six-Horse Hitch, 1968 Act of Contrition (written in the 1950s, but unpublished until 2001) Collection of Fiction and Nonfiction:  Wellspring, 1975 Nonfiction: 40 Acres and No Mule, 1952 The Damned Engineers, 1970 The Kinta Years, 1973  Books by Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Fiction: Harbin’s Ridge, 1951 Nonfiction: A Little Better Than Plumb, 1963 The GI Journal of Sergeant Giles, 1965 Around Our House, 1971 Arts & Crafts Festival at the Historic Log Cabin the first Saturday of October Hours: Giles House is open to the public June-October on Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. (CT) HOW TO FIND GILES HOUSE: From Campbellsville: Take Hwy. 70 S. to the intersection of Hwy. 76, turn right; continue through Knifley on 76 until you reach Spout Springs Road (see Giles historical marker), turn left, go .01 mile. For more details visit… http://www.gilessociety.org/ 

    • This N’ That

      This N’ That is a unique locally owned store. Most items are all handmade or can be personalized at your request. Monogramming, primitives, home decor, jewelry, scarves, gifts, baby onesies & hair bows are just some of the things you will find! HOURS: 10-6 est Monday-Saturday

      400 Campbellsville Bypass
      (270) 403-3639
    • Historical Scavenger Hunt

      Historical Scavenger Hunt This short walk, meanders through Mainstreet in Historic District of Downtown Campbellsville with stops at some of the city’s oldest and most historic sites. Historical Scavenger Hunt

    • Taylor County Public Library

      Taylor County Public Library The Taylor County Public Library gives access to thousands of resources and databases that can literally put the world of knowledge within reach for all individuals. They hosts events and training sessions all throughout the year that are led by experienced teachers, artists, authors and musicians. View the calendar of events schedule for the Taylor County Public Library. Genealogy A Genealogy Research Section is available to the public. The purpose of this Genealogy Research Room Section is to preserve and promote the historic and cultural resources in our community in a useful manner. The Genealogy Collections are non-circulating and therefore to be used only within the Genealogy room which includes local and area family history and local cemetery records. Materials may be photocopied. The researcher is responsible for complying with the copyright law of the United States in making photocopies. Permission to publish or quote extensively from unpublished manuscripts or copyrighted works must be obtained from the copyright holder. It is the researcher’s responsibility to secure that permission. Open Mon-Thu: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Fri: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Sat: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm