Agriculture and Wine
Before Napa Valley became known as America’s wine capital, there was Campbell County. During the late-Nineteenth Century, this region produced approximately one-third of the national wine output and its share was 40% of Kentucky’s wine production. Modern wine-producers have reinvigorated the industry here. The County’s rolling topography, proximity to water, and good climate make for ideal conditions. Additionally, Campbell County maintains an abundance of farmland that produces locally-grown food, and as the northern gateway to Kentucky’s bluegrass country, it provides thousands of acres for horses and horse-riding.
Here is a document containing contact info and names of Campbell County Farms and Winerys.
In Campbell County
Stonebrook Winery: One of Kentucky's fastest-growing and most well-known wineries is steeped in years of tradition. It is well known for its superb ability to grow grapes and produce award-winning wine. Visit the vineyards, production facility, and tasting room.
Camp Springs Vineyard: This vineyard offers a phenomenal setting on more than 50 acres. Visitors can visit the vineyards and enjoy wine in a new tasting room.
Generation Hill Winery
Misty Ridge Farm: Misty Ridge is a working horse farm that specializes in breeding, raising, breaking and training riding horses.
Saddle Lake Equestrian Center: This horse farm specializes in breeding, training, and showing quarter horses.
Lazy K Ranch: Lazy K Ranch boasts 16 naturally gaited Rocky Mountain Horses on a state-of-the-art equine facility in southern Campbell County. All-inclusive farm getaways are offered as well as riding lessons and guided trail rides.
Stonebridge Stables: Built in the 1800’s, the farm is tucked along the Licking River and provides over 135 acres of horse-riding and boarding paradise. It is located only 30 minutes from Cincinnati.