Things to do in Lewis County
Kinney, as it is called locally, is a long and winding stream that has been known for generations as a favorite fishing and camping area.
The Lewis County Farmers Market is THE summer place to buy your fresh produce. We offer a large variety of fresh-picked, straight-from-the-farm fruits and vegetables. You can also find handcrafted items such as birdhouses, baskets, wreaths, and floral arrangements
Since assembling in 2005, local performers have worked to provide the public with entertainment in the field of the dramatic arts. With the addition of Dinner Theatre, local residents have been treated to an outstanding evening of dinner and entertainment.
|Barn Quilt Trail
The Lewis County Quilt Trail project places colorful painted quilt squares on highly visible barns and other structures throughout the county.
The area is a blend of large crop fields, old fields, shrubland, and woodlots which are frequently very dense. The bulk of the Wildlife Management Area is bottomland along the Ohio River. Beavers and backwater flooding create seasonal wetland areas.
|Historical Society Markers
Visit locations significant to Lewis County and Kentucky and learn what role they played in making Kentucky the great state it is today.
|Historical Walking Tour
Visit Vanceburg, the county seat, and take the historical walking tour to view buildings that play a major role in Lewis County's history.
|Tee City Golf Course
Tee City is a challenging 9-hole, par 36 course set among the picturesque foothills of Lewis County, Kentucky.
|Playin´ Dirt Motor Sports
Our track is situated on 35 acres with plenty of parking. Our track consists of a 150 ft. speed pit and this year we will also be running seperate races for mug bogs with a 100 ft. pit.
|Rough Riders Saddle Club of Lewis County
The Rough Riders Saddle Club is a family oriented club that is dedicated to promoting youth equestrian awareness through various events and trail rides.