Stamping Grounds, KY
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member kbarhow
N 38° 16.278 W 084° 41.258
16S E 702282 N 4238446
Quick Description: Small community named after the large bowl-shaped depression created by buffalo who were drawn to the area by a natural spring. Numerous trails intersected nearby. This is one of three similar formations in the state.
Location: Kentucky, United States
Date Posted: 1/26/2008 12:54:59 PM
Waymark Code: WM31NK
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Rupert2
Views: 36

Long Description:
There was a nearby distillery here that used the water source here and was known as the Buffalo Springs Distillery. There are some pics of the old building before it was torn down.

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See the other nearby WMs for further details of this area.
Feature Discription: natural spring and nearby depression

Web address for the route: [Web Link]

Secondary Web Address: [Web Link]

Beginning of the road: East from Frankfort at the Kentucky River to Georgetown

End of the road: SW to Lexington and NW to the Ohio River

Visit Instructions:
We ask that if you visit the site, please include a unique picture with your impressions of the location. If possible, and if you are not too shy, please include yourself and your group in the photo. Extra points will be given for your best buffalo imitation or if you are licking something salty.
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