Kenton County farms will welcome visitors on September 20, 2014, from 9 to 5. The tour is self-guided with fourteen stops along the way. The Northern Kentucky Horse Network at Kenton County Fair Grounds, Honey Locust Farms, the Kenton County Library Durr Branch, the Independence Farmers’ Market, the Kenton County Cooperative Extension Outdoor Education Center, Bluegrass Shrimp Farm, Redman’s Farm and Winery, Poverty Hollow Farm, Funke’s Hickory Ridge Farm, Triple J Farms, Rising Phoenix Farm, Atwood Hill Winery, The Pumpkin Patch, and Ed-Mar Dairy Farm are stops along the tour.
Wine lovers will find the stops at the two wineries quite enjoyable. Atwood Hill Winery offers a wide selection of drys, sweets, and fruit wines. Visitor can taste the wine or relax on the patio for a while with a glass of wine of their choice. Redman’s Farm and Winery’s wines are fruit, such as Strawberry, Blackberry, and Apple. They also use Concord, a Native American grape.
This is the fourth year of the Harvest Tour in Kenton County and visitors have enjoyed their chance to explore the agricultural areas of the county. A printable map and a descriptive list of the farms are available at the Kenton County Cooperative Extension website.This entry was posted in Festivals by admin