Golf Courses Near Richmond, KY
Named after Richmond, Virginia and home of Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond is small city with big offerings. It has two state parks, wineries, craft brews, plenty of local eateries and lots of history. The city, with a population of around 35,000 people, was founded before Kentucky statehood. Located right off Interstate 75, two of the biggest attractions are White Hall Historic Site and Fort Boonesborough. White Hall is an historic mansion constructed in the 1700s, and Fort Boonesborugh is historic fort where you will also find the Kentucky River Museum, boating, camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, and more. The Richmond area is also a good destination for golfers with several golf courses offering tee times to the public. The most popular and highest rated is Gibson Bay Golf Course. The facility includes both a championship course that plays more than 7,100 yards as well as a par-3 course.