The Official Grant County Kentucky Tourism Website
Grant County Kentucky
The Heart of Northern Kentucky
"When you visit Grant County, you'll want to"
HIke the trails at Lloyd's Wildlife Area in Crittenden. Fish in one of our many lakes. Stop by the historic William Arnold Log Home on Fridays in Williamstown, Visit the world famous "Quilt Box" in Dry Ridge, take a nature walk in the
J.B. Miller Park in Williamstown
Our backroads are beautiful, so why not take a country drive
I'm sure you'll enjoy our scenic routes
Grant County has something for everyone.
We have several fine hotels. So, when traveling down I-75, stop at Dry Ridge, Williamstown, or Corinth and enjoy a good night's rest and experience our
Kentucky Cowtown Arena
I-75 Exit 154
210 Wainscott Rd. Williamstown, KY 41097
Equine events, Auctions, Cowboy Church
Visit the climate controlled saloon for snacks & drinks.
Shown below the historic William Arnold Log Home
Main Street - Williamstown, KY
Open on Fridays 11:00 - 4:00
Closed during Winter months
1835 Sherman - Mt. Zion Rd.
Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Hrs: Mon - Fri 2-7:30
Sat. - 9:00 - 7:30
Sun. 12 - 4
Come visit Grant County's Newest Shoppe
Sweet Buy and Buy
1.8 miles off Dry Ridge Exit 159 on Hwy. 22
Check out the Off the Beaten Path page for more pictures
Now open Fridays and Saturdays
Wm. Arnold Log Home
I-75 Exit 156
Open Fridays 11:00 - 4:00
The Historic Arnold Log Home
Now open for the Summer and Fall
11:00 - 4:00
Natalie Lahner greeting guests at the nationally known
Quilt Box in Dry Ridge, Kentucky
Sherman Tavern is a historic structure located along Hwy. 25 in front of the
Sherman Elementary School, near Crittenden.
This tavern, as they were called back in the 1800s, was a stagecoach stop. A place to spend the night, eat a meal, get fresh horses, wash up, and be ready to travel to Cincinnati or Lexington the following day. It was built Circa 1811. Many a weary traveler has spent the night at this historic place.
The building is currently being restored by a group called
"Friends of Sherman Tavern"
Sherman Tavern Benefit in September 2010
Some of the information listed in the Grant County Brochure has changed. For instance, the Williamstown Marina no longer has slip rentals. Please call ahead to each place of business, before traveling to various places of interest.
Grant County, KY
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140 N. Main St
Open 10;00 - 3:00Tuesday Through Friday
Sat. 10 - 1
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Stormey Vanover welcomes customer. Stormey carries a variety of merchandise, such as antiques, collectibles, quilts, fabric, herbal soap, candles, jewelry,purses, gourd art, walking sticks Country signs, wooden ornaments for your pet, military, and many professions,baskets,glassware,yarn,artwork,photography, etc. Stop by and take a look. There's always something new. Country Heart also has candle tarts that has the best scents you will find anywhere, and they are only .75 per tart.
Lake & Park
From Main Street in Williamstown, turn East on Waterworks Rd. Drive about 2 miles. You will see the park on the left.
No vehicles are allowed beyond this point. Walk down the trail to the lake. You'll find several park benches along the trail.
Across the Lake
Many unusual wildflowers are found in the park.
Bullock Pen LakeA great place to fish LakeWilliamstown
Leary LakeA Handicapped accessible place to fish. Located 491 E. Near Crittenden, KY