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Kentucky Stonehenge

Kentucky Stonehenge

Munfordville, Kentucky and Wiltshire, England have some things in common.  They’ve both seen civil war battles, they are both predominantly rural and they both have Stonehenges.  The difference is that one henge is from the neolithic period and ours is from the...
7 simple ways to holiday in Munfordville

7 simple ways to holiday in Munfordville

Looking for some simple joy this Christmas?  Want to avoid the crowds? Us too. Our small town has some wide open spaces to enjoy.   1. Enjoy some Christmas cookies and coffee with a friend from the Brew House. They offer limited seating and also take orders and offer...
BBQ Understands

BBQ Understands

Longing for a weekend where it’s less about the fast pace and more about the slow down?  Looking for a place where the air is rich with hickory smoke and the long roasted aroma of barbeque? Well, Munfordville understands and we think maybe the BBQ does too.  ...
300 Springs Waterfall

300 Springs Waterfall

There is an 18.2 mile stretch of our Green River that has a hidden gem only accessible by boat. Actually, it has 300 of them they say. Photo by Casey Jones 300 Springs is a series of waterfalls into the Green that can only be seen by boat. That’s right, you can’t hike...
Hart County’s Blueway on the Green

Hart County’s Blueway on the Green

Are you ready for over 42 miles of paddling paradise in Kentucky?   The Hart County Blueway on the Green, covers 42.5 miles of the Green River. This Blueway flows past springs, blue holes, islands and other points of interest on one of the most biodiverse rivers...