Explore Todd County

Todd County, KY travel and tourism info for visitors and residents including attractions, activities, lodging, shopping venues, tasty eateries and historic tours.


Day Trips

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The Amish Experience

Todd County is home to the oldest Amish settlement in Kentucky. Founded in 1958, the “Guthrie community” is home to “electric” New Order Amish that originate from a now-defunct Amish church at Stuarts Draft, Virginia. Though they dress plain, use the horse-and-buggy, and speak Pennsylvania Dutch, New Order Amish differ somewhat from Old Order Amish


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Historic Todd County

Todd County is ripe with history. Created from parts of neighboring Christian and Logan counties in 1820, Todd County has 15 listings on the National Register of Historic Places and 10 Kentucky Historical Markers have been placed at historically significant locations within its borders. The Stage Coach Inn in Guthrie was a significant stop along


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Let’s Go Country

There are 376 square miles in Todd County; and with a total population of only 12,500, almost all of it is rural lands. The county features two very distinct geographical regions: the high country in the north and the low country in the south. The northern highlands consist of steep-sloped sandstone terrain with forests of


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Shop Til You Drop

What more is there to say? Todd County offers a number of unique shopping destinations…just take your pick. So why not spend a day in Elkton, Guthrie, Trenton and points in between, shopping until you heart’s content! For details and descriptions about each of these businesses, please download the “Shop ‘til you drop” Day Trip


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Journey To Trenton

“A typically southern atmosphere prevails here with gracious people, pretty homes and well kept lawns. There is an abundance of civic pride that helps enhance the beauty of the town.” Martha R. Ware Nearly 200 years old, Trenton is the quintessential small town. With fewer than 500 residents, Trenton is boosted by the surrounding rural