Love to explore the backroads on a beautiful day? You’re in luck… Scott County has a route for you!
Georgetown is home to a leading central Kentucky cycling event – Horsey Hundred. This event takes place on Memorial Day Weekend and features 30, 50, 66 & 100 mile rides in areas in and around Georgetown, Kentucky. Riders travel through quaint historic towns and along back roads bordering some of the world’s most famous horse farms. Visit Horsey Hundred’s website for biking trails & more!
Bicycle the Legacy Trail, a popular and exciting trail option stretching 12 miles from downtown Lexington to the Kentucky Horse Park. This trail is paved with interpretive signage along the way and is also suitable for walking. Download a printable Legacy Trail map here or request a copy from the Georgetown/Scott County Tourist Information Center.
Bluegrass Country Driving Tour
Don’t have time for a tour but love seeing horses grazing on a Kentucky farm… then the Bluegrass Country Driving Tour is for you! This popular route takes you through country roads and past the legendary landscape of the Bluegrass Region. Use this map on your next driving or biking tour of the area to learn all about the history, geography, and of course, the horse culture that Kentucky holds so dear! Have a map mailed to you or pick one up at the Georgetown/Scott County Tourism office when you’re in town.
Buffalo Gals Barn Quilt Trail
Discover pieces of history and beauty across Scott County! The Buffalo Gals Barn Quilt Trail in Scott County, Kentucky takes you along country roads, past historic farms with barns old and new, and alongside fields where cows and horses graze, corn ripples, and wildflowers bloom. The quilt squares are a cornucopia of traditional and contemporary patterns that adorn barns, yards, and fences across the county. Built of wood and painted with care, these 8-foot and 4-foot squares are fascinating pieces of history preserved as roadside art. Get your Barn Quilt Trail map here or get additional routes/information by contacting Georgetown/Scott County Tourism. Please be respectful, the barn quilts are located on private property.
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