Clark County

Due east of Fayette County, and separated by the Kentucky River, is Clark County. Named after the Revolutionary War hero George Rogers Clark, the county was founded in 1729 with Winchester as its seat. Clark County has a proud and lengthy tradition of general agriculture, particularly cattle and tobacco. Portions of the county, like the Combs Ferry Road, Jones Nursery Road, and Grimes Mill, are well-known for their beautiful vistas and fascinating histories. Clark County is home to Harkness Edwards Vineyards, the world-renowned Kraft Horse Walker company, and the legendary Nursery Place horse farm.

Clark County

1785

Established as a County from a portion of Bourbon County, Virginia.

3565 Paris Road - 010

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Clark County, Kentucky is home to Ale-8-1, a regional ginger ale and the only soft drink invented in Kentucky still in existence.

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833

Farms in the County

$34,756,000

Agricultural Production

156 Acres

Average Farm Size

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