Wineries and distilleries near Louisville along the Bullitt County Wine and Whiskey Trail are the perfect backdrop for heading outside to enjoy beautiful Fall weather and colorful scenery. While you’re at it, it’s a great time for some mighty fine sippin’ – both bourbon and wine.
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is now of legal drinking age…embarking on its 21st year. It was “born” in 1999 as means of bringing in more tourism to the state and it has grown up to be an international destination. Some aficionados suggest the best time to visit is during the spring or fall months. The bourbon is in full production, the landscape is in full bloom and the weather and crowds are easier to handle.
For National Travel & Tourism Week this year, we are bringing the fun of Bullitt County to you. When you begin to travel again, we welcome you and your family back to visit the Bernheim Arboretum Giants, experience the thrill of the world’s longest go-kart track at Kart Kountry, or a round of golf at Heritage Hill Golf Club. This course was recently rated the best in Kentucky.
One of Bullitt County’s oldest festivals, ColorFest at Bernheim Arboretum in Clermont celebrates the magnificent displays of foliage color and the touch of fall in the air with a weekend of fun for the whole family.