Posted in Kentucky
August 11, 2015
More Super Tiny Towns In Kentucky That Some People Don’t Know Exist
Kentucky has an abundance of tiny towns that often don’t even show up on a map. When headed from border to border, we likely pass a countless number of amazing places that we won’t even recognize as an actual town. As many of you readers pointed out, some tiny communities only account for a few acres in the Bluegrass State, but that doesn’t make them any less a part of it. The readers have spoken, and these tiny towns are noted as incredibly peaceful, with most surrounded by extreme beauty. Here are more extremely tiny towns that keep our Bluegrass Heart beating: Martin County
Martin County is home to several small towns including the much mentioned Inez, along with Job, Tomahawk, Pilgrim, Lovely, Turkey, and Beauty.
This Morgan County town has only around 187 residents, but provides a serene community to live and thrive in.
This tiny Bluegrass town has only around 155 residents. The Crossroad Café and the Burger Shack both serve good food and are a little over 8 miles away from the town proper.
Apparently this town has a few homes, a gas station, and a wonderful place called Stull’s Country Store. Rocking chairs sit out front where customers can sit and relax. On weekends, they say occasionally someone brings an instrument down to play and sit a spell.
There are less then 100 residents nestled in this small town in Owsley. It was initially named Moore’s Station, but was changed to Boone’s Station in honor of Daniel Boone. It was later renamed Booneville.
According to one reader, White Mills utilizes their town bridge in most celebrations, with the fire department decorating it for the occasion. One event is the White Mills Day, which happens on the first July weekend annually. There is an estimated population under 200 in this Mayberry style community.
This Blackford community has just under 100 residents. The Tradewater River railroad bridge is still a popular attraction, and a shady fishing spot.
This small Bluegrass community sits firmly on 3.5 acres of land. This community is likely one that can never be accused of political corruption. We’d like to thank Mayor Lucy Lou, a lovely dog, for keeping Rabbit Hash a happy place for the citizens to live. Personally, I hope this quaint tiny community remains untouched by changing times. It’s perfect as is.
This tiny town has fewer than 40 actual residents, but it has some great fishing spots by the abandoned dam.
This community in Todd County is not hard to miss. It’s also known as Breeze Inn.
Each and every town on this list was mentioned in reader comments from “Most People Don’t Know These 11 Super Tiny Towns in Kentucky Exist”. Information online is extremely limited, as many small communities have little or no crime, and just do not draw a lot of media attention. Realistically, that is likely how they stay small and peaceful, just as they should remain. Anyone who believes places like Mayberry cannot exist; many of these tiny towns are living proof. If your tiny town got missed on this list, please feel free to comment below. These are ALL populations under 500, so keep that in mind.