Trails at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
Wander miles of trails through the rolling hills near the Kentucky River. The serenity of Shaker Village extends to stunning countryside that surrounds this historic treasure.
Enjoy biking? Lexington and the Bluegrass Region is a bicyclist's dream! From trails and bike lanes to winding country roads; you're in for an adventure when you bike Lexington.
Shaker Village River Boat: The Dixie Belle
Take an excursion down the Kentucky River from Shaker Landing. The Dixie Belle is a great way to get a new perspective on the history, nature and beauty of the area.
Visit three local wineries. Did you know the very first commercial wine grapes in the United States were grown right here in the Bluegrass Region? Jean Jaques Dufour knew a good thing when he saw it over two hundred years ago.
Ready for Fall Fun in the Bluegrass? Head out to Boyd's Orchard for lots of family fun! Everything from a petting zoo to a playground, hayrides and of course the picking your own pumpkins.
Lovers Leap Winery and Vineyard
If you're looking for a local wine accompanied by some live music, or just a good wine from a one of the Bluegrass Region's finest wineries, look no further than Lovers Leap Vineyard and Winery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.
Red River Gorge
Whether or not you're an experience hiker, camper or climber you can enjoy the great outdoors in the Red River Gorge. Depending on your skill level, there is something for everyone! But hiking, camping and climbing aren't the only activities to enjoy. Canoeing, swimming, bird watching, fishing, and more are all available in the Red River Gorge Geological Area.
Looking for a place to get outside and go hiking, jogging, bird watching or just enjoying nature away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Between Raven Run Nature Sanctuary and McConnell Springs, you'll find peace and tranquility to sooth your inner-soul!
Lexington Farmers' Market
Looking for fresh vegetables, fruits and more? Look no further than the Lexington Farmers' Market. Every Saturday, during the spring, summer and fall, the Farmers' Market sets up in downtown Lexington, at Cheapside Park. With over 65 members selling dozens of Kentucky Proud products, there is always something for someone.