Located just north of the crossroads of I-75 and I-64, Georgetown and
Scott County are ideally located 10 miles north of Lexington, the Horse Capital of the World.
Today, Georgetown is a blend of old and new. Noted for its profusion of
historic houses and perhaps the finest antique shopping in the state, it
is also one of Kentucky's fastest growing communities and the American
home of Toyota's Camry and Avalon production facility.
Our backroads offer beautiful horse farms, Irish fieldstone fences, the
meandering Elkhorn and Eagle creeks and rolling fields of tobacco and
cattle. You'll find
small, quaint communities like Stamping Ground and Sadieville.
Elkhorn Creek, the inspiration for Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass,"
canoeists and fishermen a rewarding and relaxing experience.