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    • 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1964 The Great Adventure, 1966 Shady Grove, 1967 Six-Horse Hitch, 1968 Act of Contrition (written in the 1950s, but unpublished until 2001) Collection of Fiction and Nonfiction:  Wellspring, 1975 Nonfiction: 40 Acres and No Mule, 1952 The Damned Engineers, 1970 The Kinta Years, 1973 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/ 

    • Pumpjack Off-Road Recreational Park

      Pumpjack Off-Road Recreational Park Pumpjack Off-Road Recreational Park is a 1250 acre park offering miles of trails for off-road trail riding and primitive camping. The trails are said to be some best the trails in all of Kentucky. Pumpjack opened in November 2014 and has several great events throughout the year. Camping Back country campsites are available all through the park, just bring your grills, chairs, tents and pick out a spot that suits you. Camping in the park is $10 per night per camper or tent. Admission $10 per person 12 years and under are free.

    • My Old Kentucky Dinner Train

      My Old Kentucky Dinner Train My Old Kentucky Dinner Train features three beautifully restored 1940′s vintage dining cars, which are pulled by two 1950′s F-unit locomotives. During your two-hour excursion through the beautiful Kentucky countryside you will be served a delicious meal prepared while in route, by our executive chef in our kitchen car. The Dinner Train operates year-round on varied schedules.

      602 North 3rd Street Bardstown, KY 40004-1743
      Bardstown,Kentucky
      40004
      (502) 348-7300 or (866)-801-3463
    • My Old Kentucky Home State Park

      My Old Kentucky Home State Park The plantation mansion, built in the late 1700′s, known as My Old Kentucky Home was called Federal Hill by its owner, Judge John Rowan, a prominent lawyer and politician. Stephen Collins Foster wrote the song that has become Kentucky’s anthem more than 100 years ago, capturing the spirit of hospitality that is the trademark of the South. The bronze Stephen Collins Foster statue is located near Federal Hill at My Old Kentucky Home State Park. Bardstown, Kentucky is approximately 40 miles from the city of Campbellsville. The Visitors Center serves as the main entry point to the popular historic mansion, “My Old Kentucky Home” of Stephen Foster’s ballad. Don’t miss your opportunity to tour Kentucky’s premier historic site that features over two centuries of antiques, paintings, and architecture rendered beautifully in the Federal Style.  Formal gardens, outbuildings that include a smokehouse, historic kitchen, carriage house, cabin, and spring house are set amongst century old magnolias, maples, and cedar trees. Hear the song “My Old Kentucky Home” sung on your tour by our guides in period costume. The quintessential Kentucky experience is awaiting your arrival at My Old Kentucky Home State Park!

    • Lincoln’s Boyhood Home

      Lincoln’s Boyhood Home Lincoln’s Boyhood Home is in a beautiful setting several miles from his birthplace. In an 1860 letter Lincoln said, “The place on Knob Creek … I remember very well; but I was not born there …. My earliest recollection, however, is of the Knob Creek place.” Visitors can tour Knob Creek Farm, where Abraham Lincoln lived with his family from the ages of 2-8. This site includes a historic tavern and log cabin. Both sites include hiking trails and picnic areas.

    • Lincoln’s Birthplace National Park

      Lincoln’s Birthplace National Park Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Park is one of the more than 380 parks in the National Park system. Picnic facilities and hiking trails are provided. Camping is not permitted in the park. There is an environmental study area for school use. As the first memorial built to honor the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park preserves two farm areas where Abraham Lincoln lived as a child in Kentucky: the birthplace site and the boyhood home site. At the birthplace site, visitors can view an early 19th century Kentucky cabin which symbolizes the one in which Abraham Lincoln was born; the cabin is enshrined inside the Memorial Building at the site of his birth. And at the boyhood home site, visitors can tour Knob Creek Farm, where Abraham Lincoln lived with his family from the ages of 2-8. This site includes a historic tavern and log cabin. Both sites include hiking trails and picnic areas.

      2995 Lincoln Farm Rd
      Hodgenville,Kentucky
      42748
      (270) 358-3137 or (270) 358-3138
    • Lincoln Museum

      Lincoln Museum The Lincoln Museum exhibits are historically accurate dioramas depicting scenes from the life of Abraham Lincoln. The museum features a variety of exhibits, including: rare newspaper clippings, campaign posters, and Lincoln memorabilia. A Lincoln art gallery on the second floor is filled with paintings, drawings, and other artworks related to the Lincoln era. An outstanding collection of wax figures are set in these three dimensional displays. Hodgenville is approximately 22 miles from the city of Campbellsville.

    • Kentucky Bourbon Trail

      Kentucky Bourbon Trail Kentucky Bourbon has a rich and storied history dating back 200 years— Just as our fine Kentucky Bourbon takes time to reach perfection, you’ll want to plan accordingly to truly appreciate your Kentucky Bourbon Trail®  journey.  Tours are available at Tour Bulleit, Four Roses, Woodford Reserve, Wild Turkey, Maker’s Mark, Jim Beam, Town Branch, Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, and Heaven Hill. If all that sounds overwhelming and you want someone else to do all the driving and planning, limousine and bus tours are available so you can relax, take your time and savor the experience. Their experienced guides lead you from iconic distillery to distillery and all the fun places and landmarks in between. Lebanon, 20 minutes outside of Campbellsville, is now an Official Trailhead of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail™. There’s a lot of history in this small town with the Civil War Trail and the John Hunt Morgan Trail.  Stop by the beautiful Limestone Branch Distillery, a founding member of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour™. Steve Beam and his crew will let you sample some of their handmade “sugar shine” products. Next, head down the winding roads to the home of Maker’s Mark Distillery, a National Historic Landmark nestled in the rolling hills of Marion County in Loretto . There are plenty of signs to get you there in time to dip your own souvenir bottle in their signature red wax. This is one area of the tour where cell coverage is a little spotty, so put down the phone and enjoy this can’t-miss stop and its picturesque grounds, Whisky Creek and educational tour. On the outskirts of Bardstown, an Official Trailhead of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail™ , you will see the Heaven Hill Bourbon Heritage Center. Here you can choose between several different tours including two supplementary tours (appt. required): Trolley Tour and Behind the Scenes Tour. At the conclusion of each tour you get a complimentary tasting in read more