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Pulaski County, is Kentucky’s third largest geographical county with an estimated population of 63, 000 and home to 3 marinas located on beautiful Lake Cumberland. Lake Cumberland is a point of destination for everyone, whether you enjoy water sports, fishing or simply relaxing in a secluded cove enjoying the scenery from your houseboat.
In addition to Lake Cumberland, Pulaski County boasts numerous recreational possibilities such as camping, hiking, and bicycling.
The county was founded in December 1798 from land given by Lincoln and Green Counties and named for Polish patriot Count Kazimierz Pu?aski. The completion of Lake Cumberland in 1950 transformed Somerset from a sleepy rural community into one of the largest recreation centers. Apart from tourism industry also other Pulaski County industries are flourishing and the real estate market continues to thrive. Whether you are looking for a great place to call home or a place to spend weekends, think about Pulaski County.
Because of its central location in the USA, the weather in Pulaski is typically mild and moderate any time of the year. The state experiences all four distinct seasons, with warm summers and moderately cold winters. The daytime temperature during the summer averages 87 degrees. Conversely, the winter lows average around 23 degrees.
So much to see, so much to do. That’s the best way to describe Kentucky’s attractions. The most famous attraction is Lake Cumberland, one of the largest man-made lakes in the world. Pulaski County boasts as well the historic Mill Spring Battlefield and Visitor’s Center for the Civil War historian plus a variety of events and festivals. Agricultural businesses are abound in Pulaski County with numerous grain, hay and cattle farms, as well as apple and pumpkin farms, wineries and Farmers Markets.
People love this part of South-Central Kentucky as it has grown into a vibrant, hospitable center of arts, crafts, culture and shopping with thriving galleries. Whether you’re shopping for produce from the area’s rich agricultural bounty or antiques and hard-to-find knickknacks, local farm markets, unique antique shops/malls and vast flea markets are great places to meet the locals and get personal advice about the items and places they treasure.
Haney's Appledale Farm – 8350 KY-80 – (606) 636-6148
North 27 Antique Mall – 2330 KY-2227 – (606) 679-1923
Somerset Mall – 4150 US-27 #2 – (606) 678-4157
Maybe no other state can lay claim to the extensive amount of flavor-shaping culinary creativity and history as the state of Pulaski County. The area restaurants stand ready to serve everything from fish, sushi to steak.
Ruckel's Restaurant – 192 Kentucky 70 – (606) 379-6400
Harbor Restaurant – 451 Lee's Ford Dock Rd – (606) 636-4587
El Charro Mexican Restaurant – 2835 US-27 – (606) 678-2883
Pulaski’s live entertainment options accommodate every interest and every pocketbook. Enjoy live music at performing arts venues and events such as the Bluegrass festivals or catch a theatre performance. If you’re in search of a different kind of spirit, you can opt for some great wine tasting spots and local beer breweries. Many breweries also double as restaurants and often offer live music and special events to go along with their unique in-house brewery atmospheres.
The Wrigley Taproom & Brewery – 207 S Main St – (606) 261-2008
Cave Hill Vineyard & Winery LLC – 2115 Smith Ridge Rd – (606) 423-3453
27 Twin Drive-In Theatre – 5270 S Highway 27 – (606) 679-4738
The Mission of Pulaski County Schools is to provide quality educational experiences that are meaningful, challenging, and engaging in a safe and supportive environment for all students.
Pulaski Elementary School – 107 W University Dr – (606) 678-4713
Southwestern High School – 1765 WTLO Rd – (606) 678-9000
Southern Middle School – 200 Enterprise Dr – (606) 679-6855
With 63,782 people, Pulaski County is the 14th most populated county in the state of Kentucky.
The largest Pulaski County racial/ethnic groups are White (94.6%) followed by Hispanic (2.3%) and Two or More (1.0%). In 2014, the median household income of the residents was $33,425 and the median age is 41.9 years young.
With a solid economic base the citizens of Somerset take pride in their community, General Electric is only one of the counties 10 largest employers. Others include the Kingsford Products Company and Hackney HT Company, all of which are nationally known. Pulaski’s location nearby Lake Cumberland has caused it to become a major houseboat manufacturing center.
Some folks like Pulaski County because of the sparkling waters of Lake Cumberland. But the fourth best recreational lake in the United States, is also a place where friends and family can fish, play and find cozy anchorages under sunny skies. However, Pulaski has much more to offer. Visit historical sites like Mill Springs Battlefield Museum/Visitor Center and National Cemetery, where Union troops achieved the first major victory in the Western Theater of the Civil War. Browse arts and crafts or listen to the music of local and regional artisans or take a walking tour of historic downtown Somerset to get a sense of how time and history have shaped this town and its surroundings.
Burnside State Park – 8801 US-27 – (606) 561-4104
Pulaski County Park – 1200 State Hwy 3189 - (606) 636-6450
Battle of Mill Springs Historic Areas – 9020 W Hwy 80 – (606) 636-4045
Exploring Pulaski County is discovering more than 500 horse farms, and touring the famous Bourbon Country distilleries. It’s viewing Civil War Battlefields, international museums and innovative art galleries.
Enjoy Pulaski County’s world-renowned natural attractions, lakes and rivers all year long and tasting in the weekend with your family and friends the local dishes at off-the-beaten-path dining landmarks. So, if you’re looking for one of the best places to life, discover the authentic, history-rich, mouth-watering, awe-inspiring and affordable Pulaski County.
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