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Family learning experience..they have a lot of old cabins. Beautiful scenery all around the park. There is a pavilion for reunions, weddings, cookout and much more..Highly recommend this park. It's great!!
Nice little public course. A bit shaggy on the tee boxes. Slow greens and short. Plenty of room to miss the ball. I would play again , but I wouldn't go out of my way to play it. Nice staff! Limited pro shop and snack...More
Great place to visit. Kids will enjoy as well as adults. It is well maintained, staff is very friendly, beautiful location and only about an hour from Louisville, Lexington and Frankfort. There is also the Lincoln museum in the main part of town. This is...More
Stopped just for a time filler as we were driving through town. It was closed from September to May, so definitely wait till later to go. Walked around a bit and peeked in windows. It looked really neat. For 2.50 a person, you can tour...More
We had a little extra time on our way to Maker's Mark distillery, so decided to stop at the Lincoln Homestead state park. You can take a guided tour - or just wander through the buildings yourself. Only $3/ person either way. Cabins are well...More
There is a replica of Thomas Lincoln's boyhood cabin built on the original site with some furniture he actually made. Also the original cabin Nancy Hanks lived in is there also although it has been moved a mile from its actual site. Add a memorial...More
There is a small fee to look at the houses. They are well preserved and interesting. The Park attendant gives you a little history lesson before you walk through the grounds. He let us know who built what furniture, etc. There is a summary sheet...More
This is pretty interesting if you are a history fan of Lincoln. This deals with Abe's parents. Well kept grounds and restrooms. Was supposed to pay a small fee but no one was around and no envelope to place fee in. Great little stop though....More
This is the place to start your Lincoln trail. The marriage certificate of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks is filed in the Washington County Court House in Springfield. Many people feel that Abraham Lincoln was actually born in Washington County. This is where it started!