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Deer Creek Lodge - Sebree
Nestled atop a wooded hill overlooking a trophy bass fishery, the new lodge facility offers eight bedrooms, each with two queen beds and its own private bath.

Rooster Run Hunting Lodge - Providence
Located on over 5 thousand acres of beautiful rolling Kentucky hills, sitting in the middle of a reclaimed strip mine. This type of land is being found to produce abundant wildlife due to the covering of all reclaimed land with grasses that deer and turkey enjoy year round.

Magnolia House Bed & Breakfast - Providence
130 E Main St, Providence, KY 42450 270-667-2642

First Baptist Church - Sebree
12100 State Route 132 - 270-835-2201 (accommodations for cyclists on Trans America Bike Trail)

Local Hunting & Fishing

Deer Creek Outfitters
The history of Deer Creek's core property can be traced back to the 1840s. It was then that Captain James R. “Cap” Stull purchased a small parcel of land in the gently rolling hills four miles west of Sebree, KY.

Diamond G. Hunting Ranch
Diamond G. Hunting Ranch, Hwy 1427 St. Rt. 143, Clay, Ky - The ranch features the Gobbler’s Knob Lodge “Hunting Shack” and is located on the Trade Water River bordering Webster County and Crittenden County.

Moss 94 - Providence
Located in Wildlife rich Western Kentucky Moss has striven to improve herd/flock conditions. Moss provides a full service guide system with top notch scouting reports, excellent stand sites and ease of access transportation to and from the hunt areas.

Rod & Gun Club - Clay

Kentucky's Hunting Access Sites

Tradewater River - Blackford Ramp

Tradewater River - Montezuma Bridge

Green River - Lower - Wrightsburg Landing

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
Information on hunting and fishing regulation is available from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR), #1, Game Farm, Frankfort, KY 40601, KDFWR help desk: 1-800-858-1549.

Webster County: Josh Gunn 270-836-0191

Regional Hunting & Fishing Locations

Golf Courses

Wingshadow Golf Course
264 Hwy 2839 - 9 holes - (270) 639-6847

Providence Golf & Country Club
2300 Westerfield Drive - 18 holes - 270-667-5027

Other Outdoors Activities

Tradewater Canoe Livery, conveniently located in the heart of western Kentucky, offers a variety of canoe and kayak trips to match your level of interest and experience.

Echo Valley MX Racing - Poole
1722 Poole Mill Rd. Poole, KY 42455 270-639-5630

Webster County Civil War Driving Tour
Several Civil War battlesites as well as the campsite of General Nathan B. Forrest.
Dixon 270-667-5022

Merle Travis - Everly Brothers "Rock-n-Roll" Trail
Part of Bluegrass, Blues, Barbecue and soooo much more across Kentucky

TransAmerica Riding Trail
Pick up the TransAmerica Riding Trail in Sebree - a classic route as old as the Bikecentennial

Local Parks

Clay Park - Clay
Sharon Acres - Tennis Court

Baker Park - Dixon
Walking trail, shelter house, lake, soccer field RV accessible

Dixon City Park - Dixon

Westerfield Park - Providence
site of annual Coal Festival, little league baseball & Memorial Weekend basketball tournament

Sebree Springs Park - Sebree
walking trail, tennis courts, volleyball court, ball fields, basketball courts, playground, horse show ring, picnic areas with grills, shelters & restrooms

Lake Serenity - Poole

Bluegrass, Blues & Barbecue
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