Oak Grove, Kentucky
Real Estate and Community Information!
If you enjoy a small-town atmosphere and want to live in a rural environment, consider the town of Oak Grove KY. Located on the southern border just a few miles from the Tennessee state line, the town is a great place to raise a family and is very close to many recreational attractions.
Originally founded in 1828, the town has a current population of 7,489 people as of the 2010 census. It sits adjacent to the Fort Campbell Army Base and is easily accessed from other parts of Kentucky on U.S. Highway 24. If you enjoy country living at its best, then this is the town for you.
Parks and Recreation
When you are checking out the local properties in town, there are a number of parks and recreation areas you need to take a look at as well. The Lake Barkley State Resort Park
offers families the chance to enjoy everything from fishing and hiking to camping, golf, bird-watching, mountain biking and more. The Oak Grove War Memorial Walking Trail Park offers picnic areas and hiking trails as well as disc golf courses and butterfly gardens while Wades Way City Park offers face painting for children and plenty of family friendly activities.
Activities and Attractions
As you check out the homes in the area, be sure to look at all the activities and attractions
nearby that you can enjoy. The Jefferson Davis Monument State Historic Site includes a 351 foot obelisk with an elevator inside
that provides you with a birds-eye view of the countryside from the top. The Viceroy Butterfly Garden is a great place to go relax and unwind in a natural environment and the Land Between the Lakes Park gives you the chance to enjoy everything from horseback riding and hiking to exploring a planetarium and seeing a buffalo herd, one of the largest still remaining.
If you are still looking for things to do, check out these exciting events. You can visit an old pioneer schoolhouse, built in the 1890's and said to have been a school for the first through eighth grades. The Fort Campbell riding stables offers you the chance to get out and enjoy horseback riding in the countryside and the local M B Roland Distillery provides tastings of its products, including "True Kentucky Shine." Take a look at these and other local events when you are checking out homes in the area.
When you have decided that you want to make the town your home, contact Mary McCooley
for more real estate information. She knows the local market and can help you make the right decision.