Step back for a moment in time and take a Road Trip to Rabbit Hash Kentucky. If you have never been this is a great day trip.
Road Trip to Rabbit Hash Kentucky:
Rabbit Hash is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Boone County, Kentucky, with a population of 315. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The town is notable for its name, its string of canine mayors, and its historic general store which was largely destroyed by fire in 2016.
The structure was rebuilt, using a combination of original material and donor lumber from other period correct structures around the area, thereby allowing the store to maintain its historic designation. We saw the mayor while we were visiting too! He was just strolling across the street and hanging out in the general store.
The Rabbit Hash General Store is a major tourist attraction featuring antiques, collectible Bybee pottery, hand-woven towels from Boston Weavers, brooms made at Berea College in Kentucky, hand-made soaps, wooden kitchen utensils, enamelware, and more.
Rabbit Hash is located on the river in the countryside of Boone County. It is a slow paced town that you can relax, unwind and enjoy. At the general store you can pick up some blasts from the past and enjoy a snack. There is a food truck, winery and craft stores. I highly recommend it!
As you head out of town be sure to stop at Big Bone Lick to see the Bison.
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