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Check out u-pick farms, vineyards, farmer’s markets and more!

Kentucky Agritourism Ready to get out of town and "get down on the farm" with fresh-picked fruits and vegetables, livestock and more?" Discovering Kentucky’s fascinating heritage in agriculture is more fun than you might expect – you can see how a horse farm works, buy fresh produce or even pick your own fruit, including strawberries, raspberries, apples and more. A number of farms here in Kentucky invite adults and families with kids to take tours and learn more about the agriculture the state is built on.

 Escape the city and enjoy Kentucky vineyards river plantations, horse farms, hay rides, pumpkin patches, u-pick farms, farmer’s markets, orchards and gardens – you name it, Kentucky has it. In fact, Kentucky has more farms per square mile than any state in the U.S.

Pick-your-own fruit farms are perfect family outings during harvest season and offer apple, strawberry, pumpkin and other picking options. Kentucky vineyards and wine country are ideal for relaxing and sweet romantic getaways. And working horse farms offer a glimpse into one of Kentucky’s oldest traditions.

Explore Kentucky’s unique agritourism adventures and get as down and dirty as you like at pick-your-own fruit farms, horse farms or vineyards. Whether you spend a long day picking apples in an orchard or just browsing a local farmer’s market, you’ll give your family a vacation they’ll never forget. Browse and read about the various you-pick locations below and click or contact for hours, website info and other details. You can also find a road map and directions for each spot. Be sure to contact farmers before your visit to ensure that they’re open for visitors.

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Bourbon, Horses & History Lexington, KY
There's Only One....Kentucky Horse Park. Set on more than 1,200 acres in the heart of Kentucky’s famous Bluegrass Region, the Kentucky Horse Park is THE place to ge...
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Northern Kentucky River Region Springfield, KY
Voted "Kentucky's Best B&B" by readers of Kentucky Monthly Magazine. Voted #1 in the U.S. as the B&B with the "Most Historical Charm" by Arrington's B&B Journal. V...
Bluegrass Region Owenton, KY
Large  variety of flowering plants & scrubs.  Garden shop has large choice of decorative items for home & garden
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Western Wetlands Princeton, KY
Adsmore is a circa 1857 Greek Revival home and garden restored to late Victorian grandeur and filled with the Smith-Garrett family's personal belongings. Adsmore sits on appro...
Waddy, KY
Wonderful life and educational experience....join us today for a family or group farm tour at Alpaca Haven Farm of Kentucky & Gift/Fiber Shop.  We are locat...
Western Wetlands Hopkinsville, KY
Welcome to Amazing Acres. Down on the farm we are always busy. We have been raising burley and dark fired tobacco on the farm since 1978. As you will see we offer heritage act...
Northern Kentucky River Region Shelbyville, KY
There's Only One...American Saddlebred Capital of the World. Shelbyville/Shelby County is the "American Saddlebred Capital of the World."  Visit one of our historic Sadd...
Western Wetlands Marion, KY
Crittenden County has a thriving Amish community of over 600 residents. They presently have six Amish schools and four church districts. Many homes and farms have shops in whi...
Caves, Lakes & Corvettes Liberty, KY
Nestled among the hills and winding creeks of Casey County is a community of serene beauty, country roads and some of the kindest folks you will ever meet.  The Mennonite...
Northern Kentucky River Region Simpsonville, KY
Welcome to Angel Fleece Alpaca Farm where you will find alpacas gently grazing on lush green pastures, inside black plank fencing, awaiting your inspection. Just imagine som...
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