Homeplace is planning a busy summer beginning with the Seventeenth Annual Homeplace on Green River Antique Tractor and Gas Engine Show June 15. The most active part of the season for Homeplace will end September 7 with the annual Homeplace Fall Heritage Festival. Both of these events provide a day of family-oriented activity and draw hundreds of visitors from throughout Kentucky. There is no charge for entry to either event. There is a nominal charge for some of the activities and for food available from a number of vendors.
This summer will see the inauguration of a first class walking and nature trail currently under construction with an access point and parking at Homeplace. Much of the trail itself will be located on Taylor County’s adjacent Tebbs Bend Nature Area . It will include walks in the woods, through Green River wetlands and along the river itself with identification signs and viewing areas. The trail has been funded by a significant state grant.
In addition to the two weddings already scheduled and three others being considered, there will be a number of other activities scheduled. Homeplace is also open all summer for casual picnics and other family outings free of charge. Come on out and enjoy the unique surroundings at Homeplace.