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2020 Best in Kentucky Winners

Cave Run Lake, Morehead. "Best Hunting Fishing Spot" third place. Photo: Morehead-Rowan County Tourism Commission
The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Cafe, Hodgenville. "Best Sweet Spot" and "Best Made-in-Kentucky Product" winner. Photo: The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Café
The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Cafe, Hodgenville. "Best Sweet Spot" and "Best Made-in-Kentucky Product" winner. Photo: The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Café
Blue Moon Stables, Corydon. "Best Kid-Friendly Attraction" third place. Photo: Blue Moon Stables
Maysville Brewing. "Best Craft Beer" third place. Photo: Rebecca Varney/R. Varney Marketing & Photography
Speed Art Museum, Louisville. "Best Museum" third place. Photo: Speed Art Museum
J.D. Shelburne, Taylorsville. "Best Kentucky Musician/Band" second place. Photo: Amy Richmond Photography
Land Between The Lakes, Golden Pond. "Best Camping Spot" second place. Photo: U.S. Forest Service Staff/Land Between the Lakes
Laha's Red Castle, Hodgenville. "Best Hamburger" winner. Photo: Jimmie Wood
Tyler Childers, Lawrence County. "Best Kentucky Musician/Band" third place. Photo: David McClister
Metzger's Tavern, Henderson. "Best Hamburger" second place. Photo: Alex Morgan
Ale-8-One. "Best Made-in-Kentucky Product" second place. Photo: Ale-8-One Bottling Company
Kentucky Lake. "Best Houseboating Lake" second place. Photo: Kentucky Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau
Miguel's Pizza, Slade. "Best Pizza" third place. Photo: Peter McDermott
The Bridges Golf Course, Henderson. "Best Golf Course" second place. Photo: The Bridges Golf Course of Henderson
Chris Stapleton, Staffordsville. "Best Kentucky Musician/Band" winner. Photo: Andy Barron
Bush's Saloon & Dance Hall, Glasgow. "Best Place for Live Music" third place. Photo: Tyler Ryckman
Mammoth Cave National Park. "Best Place for Adventure" and "Day Trip" winner. Photo: National Park Service
Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, Mt. Vernon. "Best Place for Live Music" winner.
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, Golden Pond. "Best Camping Spot" second place. Photo: U.S. Forest Service Staff/Land Between the Lakes
Speed Art Museum, Louisville. "Best Museum" third place. Photo: Speed Art Museum
Chaney's Dairy Barn. "Best Sweet Spot" second place and "Farm Tourist Attraction" second place. Photo: Dore Baker
Talon Winery, Lexington and Shelbyville. "Best Winery" third place. Photo: Dr. Timothy Mullett
Sandy's Sweet Shop, Lebanon. "Best Sweet Spot" third place. Photo: Trevor Mudd
W.C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival. "Best Event or Festival" third place.
Lucia Soaps, Etc.,Henderson. "Best Made-in-Kentucky Product" third place. Photo: Rudy Felty/Lucia’s Soaps
Red State BBQ, Lexington. "Best Barbeque" third place. Photo: Red State BBQ
Dale Hollow Lake Golf Course, Burkesville. "Best Golf Course" winner. Photo: Kentucky Department of Parks
Lake Cumberland (Somerset-Pulaski County, Burnside, Russell County, Monticello-Wayne County, Clinton County.) "Best Long Weekend Getaway" and "Houseboating Lake" winner.
The Louisville Zoo. "Best Kid-Friendly Attraction" winner. Photo: Louisville Zoo
Dovie's, Tompkinsville. "Best Hamburger" third place. Photo: Dovie’s
Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, Louisville. "Best Distillery" third place. Photo: Heaven Hill Distillery
Lincoln Days Celebration, Hodgenville. "Best Event or Festival" winner. Photo: Melanie Wells
Paula’s Hot Biscuit, Hodgenville. "Best Down-Home Restaurant" second place. Photo: Paula’s Hot Biscuit
Lake Cumberland (Somerset-Pulaski County, Burnside; Russell County; Monticello-Wayne County; and Clinton County.) "Best Houseboating Lake" winner. Photo: Wayne County Tourist Commission
Hardin County Farmers’ Market, Elizabethtown. “Best Farmers Market” winner. Photo: Sara Goodin
Maker’s Mark Distillery, Loretto. "Best Distillery" winner. Photo: Maker’s Mark Distillery
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, Hodgenville. "Best Historic Site" winner. Photo: National Park Service
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Corbin. Hall of Fame inductee for "Scenic View". Photo: Clay Cook
Farmer & Frenchman Winery & Cafe, Henderson. "Best Winery" second place and "Best Long Weekend Getaway" third place. Photo: Mark Herron
Henderson Farmers Market. "Best Farmers Market" third place. Photo: Henderson Farmers Market
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. "Best Museum" winner. Photo: Vanessa Hurst
Glendale Crossing Festival, Glendale. "Best Arts & Crafts Fair" winner. Photo: Robin Brooks Photography
Jim Beam American Stillhouse, Clermont. "Best Distillery" second place.
Red River Gorge Geological Area, Stanton. "Best Place for Adventure" second place and "Best Camping Spot" third place.
Lincoln Days Celebration, Hodgenville. "Best Event or Festival" winner. Photo: Melanie Wells
Talon Winery, Lexington and Shelbyville. "Best Winery" third place. Photo: Derek Fitch
Purple Toad Winery, Paducah. "Best Winery" winner. Photo: Steven Dossey
My Old Kentucky Home, Bardstown. Hall of Fame inductee for "Historical Landmark/Museum Site".
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Harrodsburg. "Best Historic Site" third place. Photo: Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
Audubon Museum and Nature Center at John James Audubon State Park, Henderson. "Best Museum" second place. Photo: Kentucky Department of Parks
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Corbin. Hall of Fame inductee for "Scenic View". Photo: Clay Cook
Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo, Horse Cave. "Best Kid-Friendly Attraction" second place. Photo: Julia Kiesling

It’s the little things that make the big impression. The hush-hush spice combo recipe that gives a certain barbecue its zing, the carefully guarded formula that elevates a bourbon to global sensation, the thoughtfully curated collection that spurs repeat visits to a particular museum—the secret sauce, so to speak—that gives people pause and makes them think: “That’s the best barbecue/ bourbon/museum I have ever experienced.” 

Then there are the big things that make us feel little (in a good way), giving us perspective even as they fill us with awe. Magnificent caves and caverns, breathtaking waterfalls and wonderlands—those jaw-dropping destinations that surely are inscribed with the words, “Mother Nature was here.” 

Here are Kentucky Living readers’ picks for the best for 2020: 

Destination

LONG WEEKEND GETAWAY 

WINNER 

Lake Cumberland—Somerset-Pulaski County, Burnside; Russell County; Monticello-Wayne County; and Clinton County 

“Best” creds: A place to enjoy adventure in and on the water, laugh with family and friends, stretch the day out as long as possible and make the kind of living-color memories that’ll tide you over until the next visit. 

Secret sauce: The sheer size of the lake and the clarity of the water mixed with equal parts of Southern hospitality and stress-free escapism. 

SECOND PLACE 

Red River Gorge Geological Area, Stanton 

THIRD PLACE 

Farmer & Frenchman Winery & Cafe, Henderson 


KID-FRIENDLY ATTRACTION 

WINNER 

Louisville Zoo 

“Best” creds: Over 1,200 animals, including faves like lions and tigers and grizzly bears, penguins and pygmy hippos, gorillas and orangutans—snorting, slinking, slithering and splashing in eight zones, including the new sloth exhibit. 

Secret sauce: Because of its mission to “Better the bond between people and our planet,” the zoo is a place to build memories with family while learning about Earth and its wildlife. 

John Walczak – Director of the Louisville Zoo. Photo: John Witt

SECOND PLACE 

Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo, Horse Cave 

THIRD PLACE 

Blue Moon Stables, Corydon


FARM TOURIST ATTRACTION 

WINNER 

Hinton’s Orchard & Farm Market, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: A desire to make people happy through great customer service and a friendly atmosphere paired with fresh produce, baked goods, flowers and family activities. 

Secret sauce: Thousands of plants, 27 varieties of fruits and vegetables, fresh-baked goods, plus meats, milk and eggs. Many customers shop Hinton’s Orchard markets for their grocery needs. 

Joanna, Jacob, Joslyn and Joel Hinton. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Chaney’s Dairy Barn and Restaurant, Bowling Green 

THIRD PLACE 

Cates Farm, Henderson 


HISTORIC SITE 

WINNER 

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: Home to the birthplace of our 16th president. Enough said. 

Secret sauce: At the site of the country’s first memorial to Lincoln, visitors get a comprehensive picture of Lincoln’s early life on the Kentucky frontier—the very thing that shaped his character and prepared him to lead the nation through the Civil War. 

Scott Powell, facility manager. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

My Old Kentucky Home, Bardstown 

THIRD PLACE 

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Harrodsburg 


DAY TRIP 

WINNER 

Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave 

“Best” creds: Not only does Mammoth Cave National Park hold the world’s longest known cave system, its landscape is characterized by rare plants and dense forest, a diverse aquatic ecosystem in the Green and Nolin rivers, and hallmark geologic features of a classic karst terrain. 

Secret sauce: Adventures above-ground and belowground: exploring dark and mysterious passages; hiking, biking, riding a horse, paddling, fishing and camping on the sunny side of the park on its many trails, river ways and campgrounds. 

SECOND PLACE 

Cumberland Falls at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Corbin 

THIRD PLACE 

Evan Williams Bourbon 


Eats & Drinks (Non-Franchise) 

WINERY 

WINNER 

Purple Toad Winery, Paducah 

“Best” creds: Forty-six different wines, ranging from dry to sweet, offer oenophiles a chance to taste test a new wine a week for nearly a year. Cheers! 

Secret sauce: At Kentucky’s largest winery, all wines are created from fruit sourced from around the country and then fermented and bottled in Paducah. 

SECOND PLACE 

Farmer & Frenchman Winery & Cafe, Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Talon Winery, Lexington and Shelbyville 


DISTILLERY 

WINNER 

Maker’s Mark Distillery, Loretto 

“Best” creds: A welcoming, relaxing respite from the everyday world where the spirits of founders Margie and Bill Samuels Sr. live on, and the adage, “some things never change,” holds. That’s especially true in the way Maker’s crafts its whiskey: slowly cooking the grains, hand-rotating every barrel, hand-cutting every label and hand-dipping every bottle in wax before it leaves the distillery. 

Secret sauce: Seeing time-honored traditions and true handcraftsmanship come to life—from how the bourbon is made to all the details that make this distillery so picturesque. 

SECOND PLACE 

Jim Beam American Stillhouse, Clermont 

THIRD PLACE 

Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, Louisville 


CRAFT BEER 

WINNER 

Country Boy Brewing, Georgetown and Lexington 

“Best” creds: Award-winning beer, including core faves Cougar Bait, Shotgun Wedding, Halfway Home and Cliff Jumper. 

Secret sauce: It’s more than the beer. It’s the life and energy of the taproom, the culture and welcoming atmosphere and a patio with a Kentucky vista. 

SECOND PLACE 

Henderson Brewing Co., Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Maysville Brewing Company 


PIZZA 

WINNER 

Hometown Pizza, LaGrange (original location) 

“Best” creds: All locations strive to embody a “hometown” atmosphere, to be an inviting place where families and friends can relax and catch up while waiting for food crafted with fresh-made dough, fresh-prepped Kentucky Proud produce, freshly shredded mozzarella and a one-of-a-kind signature sauce. 

Secret sauce: Remaining true to its roots, even after 38 years and 18 locations. 

Mary Jane and Mike Foster, Hometown Pizza. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Rockhouse on the River, Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Miguel’s Pizza, Slade 


BARBEQUE 

WINNER 

Arrowhead BBQ, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: “We take pride in our business and thoroughly enjoy the art of barbecue and Southern cooking,” says co-owner Ashley McLain. “Everything is made or smoked fresh daily, each item homemade from passed-down family recipes.” 

Secret sauce: The sweet barbecue sauce (60 gallons a week); scratch desserts, including 50-plus pies a week, with peanut butter and banana split the reigning favorites; and a sweet tea that customers crave and rave about. 

Arrowhead BBQ. From left to right: Charles McLain, Ashley McLain, Bethany Akin, Melissa Payne, Louie Payne Memphis McLain, Sue Payne. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

J & B Barbecue & Catering, Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Red State BBQ, Lexington 


HAMBURGER 

WINNER 

Laha’s Red Castle, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: Old-school customer service and cooking know-how passed down from one generation to another, from founders William and Sally Laha, who started the restaurant in 1934, to their great-grandchild Ryan Jeffries, who is poised to take over. 

Secret sauce: A vintage 1950s Vulcan Hart grill that simply makes a better burger. 

Left to right: Anita Laha, Ryan Jeffries and Kelly Laha. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Metzger’s Tavern, Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Dovie’s, Tompkinsville 


DOWN-HOME RESTAURANT 

WINNER 

The Lighthouse Restaurant, Sulphur Well 

“Best” creds: It’s like Sunday dinner at grandma’s, with all the warmth and deliciousness you’d expect, along with dishes weighing down the dinner table: country ham, catfish, fried chicken, red eye gravy and biscuits, fried apples, coleslaw and plenty of homemade desserts. (Turn to page 49 for its creamy stewed potato recipe.) 

Secret sauce: Destination dining at a family-style restaurant in the Kentucky countryside. 

The Lighthouse Restaurant owners Rodney and Tammy Deckhard. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Paula’s Hot Biscuit, Hodgenville 

THIRD PLACE 

Hometown Roots, Henderson 


SWEET SPOT 

WINNER 

The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Cafe, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: “Having won this award now three times, it is a testament of the hard work that our wonderful staff and I do,” says owner Patrick Durham. “It carries a lot of prestige.” 

Secret sauce: So much yum: cookies, turtles, gourmet apples, lemon bars and fudge-dipped strawberries, plus ice cream treats like hand-dipped milkshakes, banana splits and sundaes; and award-winning fudge—lots and lots of fudge. 

The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Cafe, Hodgenville. Left to right: Maria Pepper, Griffin Pepper, Patrick Durham, Paula Durham and Forrest Durham. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Chaney’s Dairy Barn and Restaurant, Bowling Green 

THIRD PLACE 

Sandy’s Sweet Shop, Lebanon 


Entertainment 

KENTUCKY MUSICIAN/BAND 

WINNER 

Chris Stapleton, Nashville, Tennessee (from Staffordsville) 

“Best” creds: A track record in writing hit songs for artists like George Strait, Lee Ann Womack, Brad Paisley and Adele, among others, made Stapleton a sought-after songwriter who then became a major singing star with his debut solo album, Traveler. It went platinum and was followed by Stapleton’s 2017 Country Music Association Award-winning Album of the Year, From a Room: Volume 1

Secret sauce: A singer who brings a songwriter’s soul into his music. 

SECOND PLACE 

J.D. Shelburne, Nashville, Tennessee (from Taylorsville) 

THIRD PLACE 

Tyler Childers, Nashville, Tennessee (from Lawrence County) 


EVENT OR FESTIVAL 

WINNER 

Lincoln Days Celebration, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: A celebration of the life and legacy of one of the most beloved and revered people in American history—Abraham Lincoln—that offers unique experiences for all ages. 

Secret sauce: Lincoln Days occupies the entire historic downtown district and Hodgenville’s city park, and includes meeting up to a dozen “Abraham Lincolns” in a single day. 

Lincoln Days Celebration, Hodgenville. Left to right: Diane Aubrey, Patrick Durham, Iris Larue and Rob Thurman. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Marion County Country Ham Days, Lebanon 

THIRD PLACE 

W.C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival, Henderson 


PLACE FOR LIVE MUSIC 

WINNER 

Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, Mt. Vernon 

“Best” creds: Eight decades attest to the top-notch entertainment found at this Kentucky landmark—not to mention the staff’s Southern hospitality and commitment to offering a variety of shows appealing to all ages. 

Secret sauce: Two show theaters with exceptional sound, and an intimate setting that can’t be experienced at larger venues. 

SECOND PLACE 

On Deck Riverside Bar & Grill, Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Bush’s Saloon & Dance Hall, Glasgow 


MUSEUM 

WINNER 

The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: “Our hometown hero is a source of great pride,” says Rob Thurman, assistant director. “And that shows in our commitment to hospitality and in welcoming a global audience to Hodgenville each year.” 

Secret sauce: The museum occupies two historic National Register buildings. Many visitors are surprised—and impressed—by the comprehensive nature of its collections. 

The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. From left to right: Vanessa Hurst, Iris LaRue and Rob Thurman. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Audubon Museum and Nature Center at John James Audubon State Park, Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Speed Art Museum, Louisville 


Outdoors 

GOLF COURSE 

WINNER 

Dale Hollow Lake Golf Course at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park, Burkesville 

“Best” creds: Ranked anywhere from seventh to 10th each year by Golf Digest: Best of 2018—Top golf course layouts in the U.S., No. 9; Best of 2018—Top 25 golf course for staff friendliness, No. 19. 

Secret sauce: An outstanding vacation setting within a 3,400-acre state park, which lies along the southern border of Kentucky with rolling hills, and set on Dale Hollow Lake with its 620 miles of shoreline. 

SECOND PLACE 

The Bridges Golf Course of Henderson 

THIRD PLACE 

Bright Leaf Golf Resort, Harrodsburg 


PLACE FOR ADVENTURE 

WINNER 

Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave 

“Best” creds: Cave tours, campfire talks, 85 miles of aboveground trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Over 30 miles of the Green and Nolin rivers wind through the park for boating, canoeing, fishing and kayaking; and three campgrounds offer your choice of nature views. 

Secret sauce: Oh, the intrigue of heading nearly 200 feet into the earth and walking along Gothic Avenue and the River Styx, passing the Giant’s Coffin and the TB Huts. 

SECOND PLACE 

Red River Gorge Geological Area, Stanton 

THIRD PLACE 

John James Audubon State Park, Henderson 


CAMPING SPOT 

WINNER 

Green River Lake at Green River Lake State Park, Campbellsville 

“Best” creds: A great family atmosphere, super clean facilities, the absolute beauty of the lake and the abundant wildlife. 

Secret sauce: An entire campground sitting along the shoreline of Green River Lake: 167 water and electric RV campsites and 60 primitive/tent campsites, right on the water, just waiting to blow you away with their come-hither views. 

Green River Lake park ranger and office assistant, Jimmy and Cathy Luttrell. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area, Golden Pond 

THIRD PLACE 

Red River Gorge Geological Area, Stanton 


HOUSEBOATING LAKE 

WINNER 

Lake Cumberland—Somerset-Pulaski County, Burnside; Russell County; Monticello-Wayne County; and Clinton County 

“Best” creds: Home to the largest collection of rental houseboats in the nation. In spite of being in the Houseboating Capital of the World, Lake Cumberland “gives the sensation that you are miles away from civilization and on your own private island,” says Frank Crabtree, executive director of the Burnside Tourism and Recreation Commission. 

Secret sauce: The crystal-clear waters of Lake Cumberland (you can see 10 to 20 feet down) with its numerous waterfalls, islands and coves—to say nothing of its breathtaking beauty and size. “When you’re on your boat, under that ginormous cloud-dotted blue sky, you can barely believe it’s the same piece of earth you drove in on,” says Mikki Simmons, chairperson of the Wayne County Tourist Commission. 

SECOND PLACE 

Kentucky Lake, Marshall and Calloway counties 

THIRD PLACE 

Green River Lake, Campbellsville 


HUNTING OR FISHING SPOT 

WINNER 

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area, Golden Pond 

“Best” creds: More than 250 days a year of in-season hunting plus a variety of hunting opportunities: white-tailed deer, wild turkey, squirrels and other forest game. 

Secret sauce: Here is a beautiful, contiguous piece of land—an inland peninsula that allows for easy movement to other hunting areas within LBL. 

SECOND PLACE 

Green River Lake, Campbellsville 

THIRD PLACE 

Cave Run Lake, Morehead 


Shopping 

MADE-IN-KENTUCKY PRODUCT 

WINNER 

The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Cafe, Hodgenville 

“Best” creds: A tradition of top-quality sweets, including fudge, and a fun atmosphere heralded by the giant-size, selfie-worthy wooden red chair. 

Secret sauce: Four words: Secret-recipe homemade fudge. 

The Sweet Shoppe and Dessert Cafe, Hodgenville. Patrick and Forrest Durham. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Ale-8-One, Winchester 

THIRD PLACE 

Lucia Soaps Etc., Henderson 


ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR 

WINNER 

Glendale Crossing Festival 

“Best” creds: A vast assortment of antiques, arts and crafts at reasonable prices, plus a great old-fashioned parade, music and plenty of good food. 

Secret sauce: Over 500 vendors in a town of 300 or so and upwards of 25,000 people in attendance. 

SECOND PLACE 

St. James Court Art Show, Louisville 

THIRD PLACE 

Henderson Lions Arts and Crafts Festival 


FARMERS MARKET 

WINNER 

Hardin County Farmers’ Market 

“Best” creds: This producer-only market has been around for 40 years, offering tremendous variety. It’s also a one-stop grocery pick-up for many folks in Hardin County. 

Secret sauce: Besides offering low prices and a huge variety, “We work hard to introduce and educate children about produce and how it is grown,” says Market Manager Autumn Milliner. 

Hardin County Famers’ Market Manager, Autumn Milliner. Photo: Wade Harris

SECOND PLACE 

Lexington Farmers Market 

THIRD PLACE 

Henderson Farmers Market


Hall of Fame 

Proven favorites enter Kentucky Living’s Best in Kentucky Hall of Fame by winning first place for three consecutive years. Once in the Hall of Fame, always in the Hall of Fame. Congratulations to this year’s four new inductees! 

BOATING LAKE OR RIVER 

Lake Cumberland—Somerset-Pulaski County, Burnside; Russell County; Monticello-Wayne County; and Clinton County 


HISTORICAL LANDMARK/MUSEUM SITE 

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, Hodgenville 

My Old Kentucky Home, Bardstown NEW 2020 INDUCTEE 


NON-FRANCHISE RESTAURANT 

The Whistle Stop Restaurant, Glendale 


NON-FRANCHISE BARBECUE 

Moonlite B-B-Q Inn, Owensboro 


EXTREME ADVENTURE/SPORT LOCATION 

Red River Gorge Geological Area, Daniel Boone National Forest/ Gladie Visitor Center, Stanton 


SCENIC VIEW 

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Corbin 


ICONIC KENTUCKY LANDMARK 

Churchill Downs, Louisville 


CIVIL WAR SITE 

Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site, Perryville 


GOLF COURSE 

General Burnside Island State Park, Burnside 


CAR SHOW CRUISE-IN 

Somernites Cruise, Somerset 


FISHING SPOT 

Lake Cumberland—Somerset-Pulaski County, Burnside; Russell County; Monticello-Wayne County; and Clinton County 


KENTUCKY MUSICIAN/BAND 

Jericho Woods 


MADE-IN-KENTUCKY PRODUCT 

Ale-8-One, Winchester 


CRAFT BEER 

Country Boy Brewing, Georgetown and Lexington — NEW 2020 INDUCTEE 


HOUSEBOATING LAKE 

Lake Cumberland—Somerset-Pulaski County, Burnside; Russell County; Monticello-Wayne County; and Clinton County — NEW 2020 INDUCTEE 


ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR 

Berea Craft Festival NEW 2020 INDUCTEE 

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