Kentucky March 13, 2017
Blink And You’ll Miss These 9 Teeny Tiny Towns In Kentucky
Kentucky has endless small towns, but these nine are especially tiny! Their size may be small, but each town still has something special or unique that may just warrant a visit. Take a look—and let us know if you’re from any of these super tiny towns!
1. Rabbit Hash
If it weren't for its famous general store, you'd surely pass right on by the town of Rabbit Hash. Sadly, the store suffered a major fire about a year ago, but don't worry! The community rallied and the store will reopen this April!
2. Park City
Park City, known as "The Gateway to Mammoth Cave," may be tiny but it's filled with history. Aside from the caves, be sure to visit Bell's Tavern, which has been around since 1865 and look into staying at the newly renovated, Grand Victorian Inn.
With a population of just around 600, this tiny town is working as a community to revitalize. As a former coal camp, check out Coal Miner's Memorial Park.
If you're a racing fan, then you've likely heard of Sparta! If not, well, this teeny town of just about 231 residents is home to Kentucky Speedway, which welcomes tens of thousands of fans!
Burlington is a charming small town in Northern Kentucky, filled with history. Known for its antique show, Burlington is also the home of Dinsmore Homestead, a historic former home site.
Greensburg is a quaint town in south central Kentucky that offers a little bit of everything. There are dozens of historic sites and plenty of outdoor activities in the beautiful landscape nearby.
Hazard is a rural town, away from it all. You can escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy the outdoors in the surrounding areas.
8. High Bridge
High Bridge is of course named after its most famous feature - the High Bridge railroad track that towers above the Kentucky River. The park below is a great spot to take in the bridge and enjoy a relaxing afternoon.
Bellevue is a charming town, filled with small shops and cafes. But many miss it as they drive over the adjoining bridge from Kentucky into Ohio. This tiny town is definitely worth a visit!
This list could likely be endless, as Kentucky’s population is scattered among so many small towns across the state. Which tiny towns should we check out next?