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Kentucky River Tours offers a new, yet traditional way of seeing the Kentucky River. We tell the story of why the river is so important to the bourbon industry and the entire state of Kentucky. We use the beautiful backdrop of this river for our canvas, as we paint a picture of what life was like many years ago on this river, and how it influences life today in this community and others along its banks. Perfect for those on the bourbon trail, couples, families, school children, history buffs, and more!

We are not a "Party Cruise" or "Booze Cruise". Bourbon is best in moderation!

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A Cincinnati native who has lived in Kentucky for over 10 years, Andrea's heart belongs both in the Queen City and the Bluegrass State. After earning an education degree and working in that field for a number of years, Andrea began to pursue her passion for writing over 6 years ago. Since then she has written for a number of print and online publications, as well as published a children's book.

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The Ohio River makes up a portion of our state’s border and it has always been a significant part of Kentucky’s history and purpose. Along the riverfront, there are many small towns, as well as smaller cities and even a few big cities that are home to a large section of our population. The largest of the Kentucky cities on the river is Louisville and this vibrant town is filled with things to do. One of the most favorite activities for all ages, locals, and visitors is a ride on the historic riverboat in Kentucky, the Belle of Louisville or its fleet companion, the Mary M. Miller. There are a variety of trips available on both boats and these outings are some of the most memorable in the state.

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If you have yet to take a ride on this historic riverboat in Kentucky, keep it in mind for the next special occasion. Whether you’re looking for a romantic sunset cruise, a fun-filled family outing, or a place to celebrate a big event on the water, the Belle of Louisville and the Mary M. Miller are two favorite destinations in the Bluegrass. Have you been aboard a historic riverboat in Kentucky? We’d love to hear about your experience in the comments!

For more information on the Belle of Louisville and everything that is currently offered, visit its website and also follow along on Facebook .

And for another boat tour in Kentucky that’s totally different and very unique, check out this excursion that takes you right up to a waterfall.

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Explore the natural beauty of Kentucky on your own boat. Travel from Carrollton, KY through the locks of the Kentucky River to Frankfort.

2024 Lock Schedule

Open Weekends May 24th – October 27th, weather permitting.

Lock 1: Fridays-Sundays and holidays 10:30am to 6:45pm

Locks 2-4: Fridays-Sundays and holidays 10:am to 7:15pm

Holiday Lock Openings: Mon May 27, Mon July 4, Mon Sep 2

  • Lock 1 – Carrollton, KY
  • Lock 2 – Lockport, KY
  • Lock 3 – Monterey, KY
  • Lock 4 – Frankfort, KY – portage available

Beginning September 6th, 2024, locking hours Friday-Sunday will move back one hour and will be Lock 1 – 9:30am and Locks 2-4 from 9:00am to 6:15pm

Learn more from the Kentucky River Authority .

Free Public Docking

  • River View Park- 200 ft dock
  • Blanton’s Landing – 30 ft dock

Fuel is available at:

Benson Creek Marina  

Frankfort Boat Club Dock

Downtown Accommodations for Boaters

Boater’s rate is available at the Capital Plaza Hotel , with pre-arranged shuttle service available between the hotel and the marina.

Boat Tours on the Kentucky River

Catch the bourbon boat.

Experience the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® by boat – a unique way to learn about the Kentucky River’s influence on the history of bourbon. Hop aboard the “Trace of Kentucky” or the “Bourbon Belle” and come see why early whiskey distillers cherished this river and decided to build their fortunes on its banks. Reservations required.

Bourbon Paddle Tours

Canoe Kentucky’s most popular tour, the bourbon paddle tour , is a guided paddle down the Kentucky River through Lock 4 with a stop at Buffalo Trace Distillery for a tour and tasting. There is nowhere else in the county that offers a look at the bourbon distilling industry the way that this tour does! Lunch included.

Rockin’ Thunder

Departing from Madison and heading up the Ohio River to Carrollton, KY then up the Kentucky River through remote and scenic canyons, you’ll find yourself in Frankfort Kentucky where you’ll tour the historic district, visit unique shops, and maybe even catch some live music. After a night’s rest at the Capital Plaza Hotel and a tour of Buffalo Trace Distillery you will head back down the river to Madison Indiana. Reservations required. 

Elkhorn Creek Adventures

The Elkhorn Creek is the most popular paddling stream in the state of Kentucky. Whether you are looking for whitewater, remote scenery, small mouth bass fishing or family floats, the Elkhorn is the perfect stream for you.

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Canoe Kentucky also offers rentals (canoes, kayaks, SUP boards, and rafts) as well as fully guided adventures for you and/ or your group.

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Frankfort’s very own beer bike! Join The Bourbon Blazer for a fantastic 2-hour tour exploring downtown Frankfort. Perfect for up to 13 people.

Frankfort Trolley

Ride the Frankfort Trolley! This FREE transportation operates April – October, Tuesday through Saturday. The narrated ride is a 45-minute loop that goes from the Visitor Center in historic downtown Frankfort, to the Kentucky Capitol and Buffalo Trace Distillery.

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KENTUCKY RIVER

Kentucky river trips.

The Kentucky River is one of the most historic rivers in the state of Kentucky. Its wide banks, flat water, and remote feel are reasons it is perfect for all skill levels, especially beginners! The river is truly a unique way to experience Kentucky's state capitol and Downtown Frankfort.

Trips on the Kentucky River are all start and finish at the same location. Think of it like paddling on a lake, as that is about how flat and calm the water is. Rentals available on the river are canoes, kayaks, tandem kayaks, and stand up paddle boards. 

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"Kentucky River Downtown Paddle"

Perfect for beginners or those just looking for a change of pace! Our downtown paddle is simply that; a relaxing time on the relaxing river that forms a perfect horseshoe in our beautiful downtown. Experience flat water at its finest! Many of our guests enjoy paddling in to one of the few restaurants located along the river banks, enjoying a meal or a drink, then continue on their journey. You can stay on the water as long as you want, just as long as you are back at closing. Most people stay out around 2-3 hours. ​

  • Canoe - $45.00 (additional $10.00 for 3rd person under 85lbs)
  • Single Kayak - $30.00
  • Tandem Kayak - $55.00
  • Stand Up Paddleboard - $40.00

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2 Day Kentucky River Adventure

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  • Hour Glass Duration: 2 days
  • Cruise Ship Trip Distance: 155 miles

Spend two FUN days on the river

Departing from Madison and heading up the Ohio River to Carrollton, KY then up the Kentucky River through remote and scenic canyons, deep forests and four historic locks and dams built in 1838. Along the way your Captain will share interesting river stories, point out historic areas and stop at a tiny river town for a picnic lunch.

At Frankfort Kentucky you will tour the historic district, maybe listen to music in the park or visit unique shops.

After a night’s rest at the Capital Plaza Hotel and a tour of Buffalo Trace Distillery you will head back down the river through four locks and back onto the Ohio River to Madison Indiana.

Bald Eagles nest along the way and wildlife abound on the riverbank. You may even spot a bobcat. A unique and memorable experience.

Picnic lunch and soft drinks(bottled water, Sweet Tea and Lemonade) provided both days.

NOTE: The hotel is not included however we have arranged a discounted room rate at the Capital Plaza Hotel. Please call if you have questions (812-701-1155)

Children should be age 10 or over for this tour.

THIS TOUR IS NOT APPROPRIATE FOR GUESTS WITH LIMITED MOBILITY- It requires walking up and down short but steep hills, climbing up and down a short ladder and walking short distances over slippery and uneven terrain.

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Cruise along a beautiful section of the Ohio River on this scenic 40 mile 2 hour jet boat tour.  Your Captain and crew will point out Bald Eagles, areas of historic interest and share amazing river stories.

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Midweek Lunch Excursion

Enjoy a 75 mile round trip 5 hour cruise on the Ohio River with a stop for  lunch at a river side restaurant near Louisville KY. Along the way hear amazing river stories and spot  Bald Eagles.  (Meal cost not included)

Kentucky suddenly halts plan to send millions of gallons of industrial wastewater to river

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A subsidiary of LG&E and KU had plans to discharge 4.5 million gallons of wastewater from an old coal loading site outside Sebree, Kentucky, into the Green River starting this week.

The company, FCD LLC, did not have a permit for the release.

Instead, FCD was given “off-permit authorization” from the commonwealth's Division of Water, via a controversial program some legal experts say has consistently enabled violations of the Clean Water Act across the state, The Courier Journal previously reported.

Then, at 10 p.m. on Friday — just before the discharge was planned to begin Monday — the company learned its authorization had been revoked by the state.

“Upon further review of the anticipated volume and nature of the discharge,” the Division of Water determined the one-time, off-permit authorization “is not applicable to the proposed point source,” instead requiring the company to apply for a permit under the Clean Water Act, according to a notice sent to FCD.

Just a few hours before the company learned of the reversal, a coalition of environmental groups had notified FCD and state officials that the groups intended to bring a civil lawsuit against the company for violations of the Clean Water Act if the discharge came to pass.

Environmental Integrity Project, a national watchdog group, was joined by several Kentucky-based advocacy groups in pressuring the company and state officials. The groups applauded the cabinet’s decision to halt the discharge.

But the state’s last-minute pivot also illustrates central flaws of Kentucky’s unique off-permit program, advocates said.

“The thoughtlessness and the lack of scrutiny that many of these (authorization) requests were going through has been confirmed,” said Michael Washburn, executive director of the Kentucky Waterways Alliance.

Under the Clean Water Act, polluters must receive a permit from regulators before discharging to a waterway like the Green River, which adds additional steps like notifying the public.

Kentucky officials have authorized at least 280 off-permit, “one-time” discharges since 2017, according to an EIP analysis, allowing companies to skirt some of the hurdles tied to permits.

“We need to see an end to the off-permit discharge program as a whole,” said Ashley Wilmes, executive director of Kentucky Resources Council. “And I think this case particularly underscores the issues with the program.”

‘Coal-contaminated wastewater’ averted from the Green River

In its application to the state, FCD said it wanted to “reclaim the inactive Sebree Dock property,” where it has a long-term lease, and “rid the area of any standing water” from a stormwater runoff pond.

The planned discharge would contain "coal-contaminated wastewater" from years of barges loading and unloading coal at the site, according to EIP. The watchdog’s analysis of FCD’s sampling data showed “a number of toxics above human health and aquatic life criteria,” including lead and arsenic.

The Henderson South Water Treatment Plant draws water from the Green River at an intake just a couple of miles downstream from the planned discharge site. State reports show it serves a population of more than 20,000, including in nearby Sebree.

And its source watershed has historically been “vulnerable to varying sources of contaminants such as agricultural, coal mining and oil and gas production runoff as well as individually owned septic systems,” according to the utility.

The stretch of the Green River receiving the discharge is also home to a “diverse” population of freshwater mussels, based on a survey conducted in 2021 for the Henderson utility.

The Green River empties into the Ohio River near the cities of Henderson, Kentucky, and Evansville, Indiana.

“We take our commitment to the environment seriously and were unaware of concerns” with the discharge authorization, said LG&E and KU spokesperson Chris Whelan in a statement. “We are currently reviewing our options and, as always, will comply with all state and federal regulations.”

‘Lack of scrutiny’

The state Division of Water took four days to approve FCD’s release initially, weeks before reversing its position on Friday.

Off-permit authorizations are often approved within a few days, The Courier Journal previously reported. And environmental groups have consistently criticized the program’s “lack of scrutiny” in allowing discharges without a permit.

“We have been asking Kentucky to stop this program for the last year and a half,” said Meg Parish, senior water quality attorney at EIP.

“And we've been warning them that this program makes dischargers vulnerable to citizen suits,” she said — like the one EIP and others threatened to file should FCD proceed with the release.

In previous statements, state officials have not indicated plans to end the program. A request for comment to the Energy and Environment Cabinet on Monday was not immediately returned.

Earlier this year, a spokesperson from Kentucky’s Energy and Environment Cabinet, which includes the Division of Water, said in a statement the cabinet “believes that its one-time discharge authorizations are protective of the environment because prescriptive conditions can be applied to each one.”

EIP and other legal experts have interpreted the program differently, arguing it conflicts with the Clean Water Act’s “plain language permitting requirement” and allows discharges without the proper framework for oversight and enforcement.

"To allow unpermitted dumping of 4.5 million gallons of polluted wastewater into the Green River is a violation of the Clean Water Act," Wilmes, with the Kentucky Resources Council, said. "And it doesn't become legal just because the Division of Water allows you to go fill out a form on their website, under a program that shouldn't exist."

Connor Giffin is an environmental reporter for The Courier Journal. Reach him directly at [email protected] or on X @byconnorgiffin .

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499 River Rock Rd, Stanton, KY 40380

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  • Property type Multi Family
  • Year built 2023

Property Details

Property features.

  • Total Bathrooms: 0.00

Heating and Cooling

  • Cooling Features: Electric
  • Heating Features: Electric
  • Lot Size Acres: 34.0
  • Lot Size Square Feet: 1481040

Garage and Parking

  • Parking Features: Gravel, On Site

School Information

  • Elementary School: Stanton
  • High School: Powell Co
  • Middle School: Powell Co
  • School District: Powell County -19

Multi-Unit Info

  • Number of Units: 2

Other Property Info

  • Source Listing Status: Active
  • County: Powell
  • Directions: https://maps.app.goo.gl/o1Nv73WerttwwdJr5
  • Source Property Type: Multi-Housing
  • Area: 019 - Powell County
  • Source Neighborhood: Rural
  • Subdivision: Rural
  • Zoning: Rural
  • Source System Name: C2C

Building and Construction

  • New Construction: Yes
  • Property Age: 1
  • Roof: Metal
  • Levels or Stories: One

Property History

Price history.

DateEventPricePrice/SqftSource
06/19/2024Listing Removed--BLUEGRASS
06/18/2024Listed$815,000-BLUEGRASS

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  • $159,900 Median listing price
  • N/A Median sales price
  • 70 Median days on market
  • $184 Median price per sqft

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This Home: 499 River Rock Rd1481040
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$119,0003-190498010

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Driver kills 2 people after slamming into the back of their vehicle at over 150 mph, police say

WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. ( WXIX /Gray News) - Kentucky authorities say a Cincinnati man returning from North Carolina is in jail after killing two people in a crash earlier this month.

Kentucky State Police said Jody Miller, 47, is facing several charges in connection with the deadly wreck that occurred around 11 p.m. on June 10 on Interstate 75 in Grant County.

Before the crash, a trooper said Miller drove past them going 132 mph in a 2017 BMW.

The 47-year-old did not stop after the trooper turned his emergency lights on, but instead accelerated to 153 mph, state police shared in a citation issued to Miller.

The trooper reportedly was not able to keep up with Miller before a 2013 Kia ended up being rear-ended by him.

Two people inside the Kia died, Kentucky State Police said.

Miller, who the trooper said smelled of alcohol, was removed from his vehicle and taken to a nearby hospital.

At the hospital, Miller said he was returning to Cincinnati from North Carolina, according to the citation.

Troopers said Miller told them that he had stopped at an Applebee’s in Knoxville, Tennessee, where had a shot and a beer earlier that evening.

The 47-year-old also said he stopped at a truck stop along Interstate 75.

Miller told the trooper he remembers pulling out of the truck stop parking lot, but nothing else until he was in the back of the trooper’s vehicle.

The two people killed in the crash were not immediately identified by authorities as their investigation remains ongoing.

Miller’s charges include speeding over 26 mph in a motor vehicle and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, Kentucky police said.

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Unsafe levels of E. coli found in Paris’ Seine River less than 2 months before Olympics

FILE - Athletes dive and swim in the Seine River from the Alexander III bridge on the first leg of the women's triathlon test event for the Olympics Games in Paris, Aug. 17, 2023. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)

FILE - Athletes dive and swim in the Seine River from the Alexander III bridge on the first leg of the women’s triathlon test event for the Olympics Games in Paris, Aug. 17, 2023. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)

FILE - Athletes swim in the Seine River on the first leg of the women’s triathlon test event for the Olympics Games in Paris, Aug. 17, 2023. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)

FILE - A man walks in the Austerlitz wastewater and rainwater storage basin, which is intended to make the Seine River swimmable during the Olympic Games, in Paris, during its inauguration May 2, 2024. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14. (Stephane de Sakutin/Pool Photo via AP, File)

FILE - The Alexander III bridge, center, is visible July 11, 2023, in Paris. In 2024. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Thomas Padilla, File)

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PARIS (AP) — Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday.

Contamination levels in the first eight days of June, after persistent heavy rain in Paris, showed bacteria such as E. coli and enterococci beyond limits judged safe for athletes.

The report was published by monitoring group Eau de Paris one day after a senior International Olympic Committee executive said there were “no reasons to doubt” races will go ahead as scheduled in a historic downtown stretch of the Seine near the Eiffel Tower.

FILE - Athletes swim in the Seine River on the first leg of the women's triathlon test event for the Olympics Games in Paris, Aug. 17, 2023. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)

Athletes swim in the Seine River on the first leg of the women’s triathlon test event for the Olympics Games in Paris, Aug. 17, 2023. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)

The first Olympic event in the cleaned-up Seine is men’s triathlon, including a 1.5-kilometer (under 1 mile) swim, on the morning of July 30. The women’s triathlon is the next day and a mixed relay event is on Aug. 5.

Marathon swimming races over 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) for women and men are scheduled on Aug. 8 and 9, respectively, in waters that were historically polluted before a $1.5 billion investment ahead of the Olympics

Team USA Paris Olympics opening ceremony attire is displayed at Ralph Lauren headquarters on Monday, June 17, 2024, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

“We are confident that we will swim in the Seine this summer,” IOC official Christophe Dubi said Thursday at an online briefing after hearing an update Paris from city officials and Olympic organizers.

FILE - A man walks in the Austerlitz wastewater and rainwater storage basin, which is intended to make the Seine River swimmable during the Olympic Games, in Paris, during its inauguration May 2, 2024. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14. (Stephane de Sakutin/Pool Photo via AP, File)

A man walks in the Austerlitz wastewater and rainwater storage basin, which is intended to make the Seine River swimmable during the Olympic Games, in Paris, during its inauguration May 2, 2024. (Stephane de Sakutin/Pool Photo via AP)

Despite the IOC’s publicly expressed confidence, the final decision on approving the events safe for athletes should rest with the governing bodies of individual sports, World Aquatics and World Triathlon.

The safety of the Seine water for the Olympics has been in doubt since some test events scheduled last August were cancelled, also after unseasonal heavy rains.

According to European standards, the safe limit for E. coli is 900 colony-forming units per 100 milliliters. The World Triathlon Federation uses the same criteria to determine sufficient water quality for competitions.

During the first eight days of June, test results showed that E. coli levels frequently exceeded these thresholds. Enterococci levels were better, mostly staying within safe limits. The tests indicated an improvement, from high contamination levels on June 1 to more acceptable levels by June 9, mainly due to improved weather.

Rainwater infiltrates the sewer system, and to prevent street flooding, the excess water, carrying fecal bacteria, is diverted into the Seine. To address this, a massive reservoir capable of storing 50,000 cubic meters of water during heavy rainfall was inaugurated in May.

FILE - The Alexander III bridge, center, is visible July 11, 2023, in Paris. In 2024. Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday, June 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Thomas Padilla, File)

The Alexander III bridge, center, is visible July 11, 2023, in Paris. In 2024. (AP Photo/Thomas Padilla)

Water quality of rivers in major cities can be impacted by many things, from runoff to dumping of chemicals, sometimes illegally, and boat traffic.

Earlier this week, Paris’ mayor Anne Hidalgo doubled down on her promise to take a dip in the river before the start of the competition. On Tuesday, she confirmed that her swim was postponed until after the snap elections in France, which end on July 7.

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