159 W. Seminary Street Owenton KY
The Wild Goose Cafe is a non-profit ministry of Epoch Fellowship established to support our community. All profits from the cafe will go into supporting programs such as Meeting the Needs and REACH of Northern KY.
Open on Mondays from 9a.m. – 5 p.m.
Call 502.484.2529 to schedule a tour outside business hours.
150 Highway 330 Owenton
Kentucky’s largest winery, gourmet, deli, gift shop, tours of wine making facilities
525 Wilson Lane Owenton
Fresh apples, peaches, plums, etc.
15 Butler Inn Road Worthville
Beautiful locally grown flowers & vegetables
340 Sawdridge Creek West Monterey
Letterpress printing, all word is handset in metal type
Owen County Historical Society Museum
206 North Main Street Owenton
265 Ellis Road Owenton
Over 107 quilt squares hanging on barns throughout the county covering 140 miles
430 Roland Avenue
Fridays May 9 – October 31, 2014
Every Friday May – November, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
213 North Main Street Owenton
Sunday – Closed
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday – 8 a.m.-1 p.m. & 4 p.m.-9 p.m.
Wednesday – 8 a.m.-1 p.m. & 4 p.m.-6 p.m.
Friday – 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Saturday – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
1860 Georgetown Road Owenton
Kentucky’s premier sporting clay resort
4940 Highway 127 North Wheatley
18 hole public course
595 Springport Ferry Road Perry Park
(502) 484-2159 – office
(502) 484-5776 – pro shop
18 holes, par 78
3 Wildlife Management Areas
2,334 acres, check current Hunting Guide for hunting regulations, 3 mile out and back trail open to horses and hikers, single projectile shooting range, pond and creeks for fishing.
2,629 acres, 7 tracts along Kentucky River in Henry & Owen counties, mix of hills and river bottoms, forested and open tracts, mobility impaired access
170 acres, borders Kentucky River in Owen county, numerous species to hunt, fishing in area pond and Kentucky River, no designated trails but hiking is popular on unmarked paths
Fishing & Boating
Kentucky River – 37 miles of riverfront in Owen County
1100 Eagle Valley Road Sanders KY 41083
(502) 347-9361 http://www.eaglevalleyresort.com/
Glenwood Hall, a private resort, also offers a restaurant and yacht club, airstrip, stables and other amenities.
Just north of Kleber WMA sits the Dr. James R. Rich WMA. Named after the long time Fish and Wildlife director, James R. Rich. Hunters who are drawn in a quota hunt for Kleber WMA are also eligible to hunt at James R. Rich. Owen county has the highest concentration of deer anywhere in the state. The WMA also has a good population of turkey and squirrel.
KY 227 Owenton, KY 40359