Harvest Hosts Locations in Western Kentucky
As the weather begins to warm up, more families, couples, individuals, and groups of friends than ever are hitting the road in their RVs. Harvest Hosts makes getting to the destination that much more fun (or is oftentimes the destination!). Last month, we covered all of the Harvest Hosts locations in Eastern Kentucky. We can’t forget about Western Kentucky though! Double check that your Harvest Hosts membership is up-to-date, and let’s dive in to see what Western Kentucky has to offer.
Boundary Oak Distillery – Radcliff, KY
Bourbon and Kentucky are two words that have gone hand-in-hand for hundreds of years, and, for Boundary Oak Distillery owner Brent, the tradition of bourbon goes back for generations. Today, the distillery produces a variety of incredible spirits and offers two pet-friendly spaces available to RVs of any size.
The National Quilt Museum – Paducah, KY
This interesting stop showcases quilts as artwork, and they are committed to “Honoring Today’s Quilter,” with a rotating display of pieces throughout the year. Currently, this Harvest Hosts location offers ten reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.
The Bard Distillery – Graham, KY
Located in Muhlenberg County, this craft brewery is a local favorite. Today, the business is located within a renovated historic school, and they offer a variety of spirits, including flavored whiskey. There are five reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size available to Harvest Hosts members.
Trunnell’s Family Fun Acre & Farm Market – Utica, KY
Located just outside of Owensboro, the fourth largest town in Kentucky, this roadside stand is not to be missed. What began in 1990 as a single acre of corn, is now the locals’ favorite place to purchase sweet corn, other produce, and delicious goodies. This Harvest Hosts location offers four reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.
Reid’s Livery Winery – Alvaton, KY
Just outside of Bowling Green, Members can find Reid’s Livery Winery. Specializing in berry and grape wines, owner Rex grows all of his own fruit and produces his own wines. This Harvest Hosts location offers two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under twenty-nine feet in length. Please note that dogs must be leashed at all times.
JD Country Milk – Russellville, KY
This dairy farm produces and bottles their milk on-site – talk about fresh! They offer milk, chocolate milk, cream, eggs, seasonal eggnog, and drinkable yogurt for purchase. JD Country Milk offers five reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.
Carriage House Vineyards – Auburn, KY
Carriage House Vineyards currently has over 1900 vines growing across three acres, and they produce and sell sixteen different wine varieties, including several fruit wines. This Harvest Hosts location also offers two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under forty-four feet in length.
Alive N’ Fuzzy Alpaca Farm – Bowling Green, KY
This newer Harvest Hosts location has been a hit. Here, travelers can unwind from their journey by learning about or petting alpacas. For an additional fee, visitors can have an alpaca join them on a walk! Harvest Hosts Members can support this Host by purchasing a walk, making an alpaca-product purchase, or buying some farm-fresh eggs. Insider tip: be sure to visit in the spring for the best chance of viewing a baby alpaca (called a cria). They offer two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under forty-four feet in length. Please note that pets must be leashed at all times at this location. Nearby is Kentucky’s own Mammoth Cave National Park, so be sure to add this as a stop on your trip!
Dueling Grounds Distillery – Franklin, KY
Dueling Grounds Distillery is named after a nearby historic patch of grass where pistol duels once took place. Visitors can enjoy their varieties of liquors, a tour, or even incredible chocolate truffles. This Harvest Hosts location offers four reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.
Bluegrass Vineyard – Smiths Grove, KY
Founded in 2014 with only ten acres, this winery is now up to thirty acres of vineyards! Today, they offer tastings and winemaking tours of their incredible property, and they have even expanded to include a bed and breakfast, as well. Bluegrass Vineyards offers one reservable, pet-friendly space for RVs under twenty-nine feet in length.
Kenny’s Farmhouse Cheese – Austin, KY
At Kenny’s, the owners work hard to produce top quality dairy to create their delectable cheeses by raising their own cows on a mostly grass-fed diet free of GMOs. Today, they offer a variety of cheeses to sample and purchase. This Harvest Hosts location offers two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs up to forty-four feet in length.
Born Again Antiques and Oddities – Glasgow, KY
Visitors to Western Kentucky will not want to miss this unique stop. What better place to bring your home-on-wheels than an antique store? Visitors can peruse the variety of available antiques and maybe even find something to decorate their RV with. This Harvest Hosts location offers five reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.
Casey Jones Distillery – Hopkinsville, KY
This distillery is owned by Arlon Casey Jones, grandson to the famous stillmaker, Casey Jones. Today, AJ uses recipes that have been passed down through the family for generations to create his spirits, and they currently offer a variety of bourbons and moonshines. This Harvest Hosts location offers four reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.
Kentucky Railway Museum – New Haven, KY
The Kentucky Railway Museum first opened in the 1950s, and, over time, they continued expanding their property and acquiring more donated locomotives to create the successful non-profit that visitors find today. Here, guests can enjoy a scenic train ride or experience a train robbery reenactment for additional fun, with exciting seasonal events available throughout the year as well. This Harvest Hosts location offers two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.
Traveler’s Cellar Winery – Rockfield, KY
Couple Derrick and Deserea Huff began their vineyard in 2018, and every year they continue to add more vines to their boutique winery. They currently produce eleven types of wine to suit any palette. This Harvest Hosts location offers two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under forty-four feet in length.
In conclusion, Harvest Hosts members have so many options to choose from when traveling. No matter if you’re visiting Eastern or Western Kentucky, the state as a whole has some spectacular stops to add to any itinerary. Be sure to check out a few of these awesome locations on your next vacation to Kentucky.
Have you visited any of the Western Kentucky Harvest Hosts locations on this list? Which spot sounds like the most fun for you personally? Tell us about it in the comments below!
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