Nearby Destinations

Boones Landing – 0 mi
Provides recreational experiences for families in order that they can relax and enjoy the beauty of the Ohio River Valley and the surrounding Boone County.
Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – 2.5 mi
Ancient creatures like the mammoth, mastodon, ground sloth and bison once roamed through mineral springs and swamps now grassy plains covered with trees and shrubs.
East Bend Power Plant – 5 mi
Duke Energy Coal fired power plant in Boone County, Kentucky.
Boone County Arboretum – 9 mi
Open daily from dawn to dusk for year-round enjoyment of more than 2,700 trees and shrubs.
Gunpowder Creek Nature Park – 10 mi
Features an unpaved, upgraded 1800’s logging trail that travels from an elevation of 830ft to 620ft and ends near Gunpowder Creek at a stone seating area.
Florence Speedway – 10mi
Dirt Late Model track hosting such prestigious events as the North/South 100, The Ralph Latham Memorial, and the Spring 50.
Rabbit Hash General Store – 11 mi
The Rabbit Hash General Store is a heaping slice of Americana from another era. A working general store since 1831, it is the heart of historic Rabbit Hash, a quaint little Northern Kentucky river-town.
Lassing Pointe – 11 mi
18-hole public golf course, driving range and short game center.
Florence Antique Mall – 14
Large, multi-dealer antique mall featuring a wide selection of fine antiques, collectibles and furniture.
Cabin Arts Quilt Shop – 15 mi
Located in a restored 1850’s log home, the shop offers the charm of bygone days yet is filled with the latest fabrics and supplies the quilting world has to offer.
Florence Mall Y’All – 15 mi
Features 130 specialty stores, a 12-unit Food Court and a Woolly Mammoth Playland (inspired by The Story of Big Bone Lick).
Historic Burlington, Kentucky – 15 mi
Antique shops, quilts, restaurants, golf, fairgrounds, and more.
Turfway Park Race Course – 19 mi
Live Thoroughbred racing Sept-Oct and Dec-April. Simulcast racing year round.
Cincinnati – Northern Kentucky Intl Airport – 20 mi
One of the world’s most modern airports.
Markland Locks and Dam – 25 mi
An important navigation feature in the Ohio River System along the Lewis and Clark route.
Newport on the Levee – 30 mi
Great food, entertainment, shopping, and more. There’s something for everyone!
Historic Southgate House – 30 mi
Newport, Kentucky’s popular bar and music venue in historic two-story home built in 1814 by British prisoners of the War of 1812.
Newport Aquarium – 30 mi
A million gallons of fun!
World Peace Bell Center – 30 mi
World’s largest swinging bell known as “The World Peace Bell” was installed at The Millennium Monument site in Newport, Kentucky and swings everyday at noon.
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center – 30 mi
Tells the story of the struggle for freedom in the United States through exhibits and programs that focus on America’s battle to rid itself of the ugly scourge of slavery.
Belterra Resort & Casino – 30 mi
Resort features the very best in riverboat gaming, along with more relaxing amenities like a luxurious spa and world-class golf course.
Kentucky Speedway – 30 mi
This 1.5 mile, asphalt track is located in Sparta. Features NASCAR Busch, Craftsman Truck, All Pro Series, ARCA and IRL races.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden – 32 mi
Award-winning animal habitats and spectacular garden and plant displays featuring over 500 animals and 3,000 plant species.
Williamstown Lake in Grant County – 35 mi
Built in 1955 and opened in 1957. 333 acres of water and more than 20 miles of shoreline.
Lawrenceburg Speedway – 35 mi
Located inside the Lawrenceburg fairgrounds is this high banked, dirt, oval and motorcycle track.
Lawrenceburg, Indiana area – 35 mi
Lawrenceburg’s location on the beautiful Ohio River provides a wide variety of entertainment for the entire family.
Gravelrama – 35mi
Some of the best 4X4 off road racing there is! Over 300 competitors and thousands of fans swarm to the little village of Cleves, Ohio every August just to take in four days of exciting, fun filled racing.
General Butler State Resort Park – 40 mi
Established in 1931, it is Northern Kentucky’s first state park and one of the first ten in the commonwealth.
Buffalo Trace Distillery – 60 mi
The distillery is open to visitor and also has a gift shop filled with fine, handmade Kentucky crafts and unique gift items.