Sitting along the North Fork of the Nolin River, Hodgenville is the county seat of LaRue County, Kentucky. Centrally located in the state, the city is known for being the birthplace of the 16th President Abraham Lincoln.
Hodgenville offers a unique mixture of historic buildings and fun shops. The city is home to two national sites (Lincoln's birthplace and boyhood home) that allow visitors to glimpse his time in a land that most influenced the life of the President.
Discover the rich heritage of Hodgenville through the many celebrations, events and fairs held annually throughout the city. The LaRue County Fair is one of the oldest continually operating fairs in the commonwealth!
Discover the charm of Hodgenville.