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Scottsville, Kentucky

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A city of diverse arts, shopping and culture, outdoor recreation and natural beauty, visitors will enjoy Scottsville's convenient location "naturally inviting" surroundings.

Founded in 1815, this progressive community offers small-town hospitality with access to metropolitan amenities. As you walk through the city of Scottsville or tour the Allen County countryside, you'll enjoy the friendly atmosphere, naturally inviting scenery and interesting activities. The Scottsville area offers some of the best hunting and fishing in the state of Kentucky.

Arts on Main Summer Concert Series draws big crowds with recent performances have included diverse music from: Johnny Thompson, Red River Fiddlers, Darrell Scott, Fort Knox Jazz Band, Tommy Womack, Radio Daze, Brigid Kaelin, Parachute Musical, Curtis Burch, Little Country Giants, and many, many more.

20 miles Hwy 231 West from Bowling Green Kentucky - 25 miles Hwy 31 E South from Glasgow Kentucky - 60 miles Hwy 31 E North from Nashville Tennessee
Phone: 270-237-3238
Alt Phone: 270-237-3238
Email: gdavis@scottsville.c...

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