Welcome to Garrard County, a growing but still country-friendly community of 17,000 that remembers and celebrates its rich pioneer history and cultural heritage. Garrard County is located in Central Kentucky’s beautiful Bluegrass Region, south of Lexington, on Highway 27. Lancaster, population 4,300, is the county seat; 30 miles from Lexington.


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(Updated April 20, 2012)

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Sally Brown Nature Preserve

Hike Sally Brown, one of three nature preserves in Garrard County...

Open to the public all year from sunrise to sunset for low impact activities like hiking, photography and bird watching. In order to protect unique habitats, visitors should stay on the trail at all times.

Enjoy the phacelia along the Kentucky River. Photo by Vicki Brooks. See Blue Eyed Marys up close. Photo by Ken Brooks. Wintry walk on a snow-covered day. Sally Brown is beautiful all four seasons of the year. Photo by Vicki Brooks.

For driving directions and detailed information see: //www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/kentucky/preserves/art10915.html

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