Laurel Gorge Cultural Heritage Center

Q: Do you have overnight lodging?
A: Big Sandy Lodge – (606) 738-5515

Q: Is there a restaurant close by?
A: There are several:

    Frosty Freeze
    (606) 738-5736 locally owned featuring a hot lunch bar
    Hours: Monday–Saturday 7:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
    Sunday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

    Penny-Mart Restaurant
    (606) 738–5976 - locally owned

    (606) 738-5153

Q: What resources are available for people working on genealogy?
A: Elliott County Historical Society, (606) 738–5001.

Q: What types of outdoor recreation are available?
A: Hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, birding, and hiking.
Q: Where do I get information on property for sale?
A: Little Sandy Realty, (606) 738–9442 or Manning Realty, (606) 738-5400.

Q: Can you give me directions to the Laurel Gorge Cultural Heritage Center?
A: 30 miles on Route 7 West of I-64 exit 172 (Grayson/Vanceburg); 26 miles on Route 32 East of I-64 exit 137 (Morehead/Flemingsburg); 22 miles on Route 7 South from West Liberty, Kentucky; 42 miles on Route 32 West from Louisa, Kentucky
Watch for sign pointing you to the Laurel Gorge Cultural Heritage Center and Hiking trail

Q: Where is the nearest camp ground?
A: Grayson Lake State Park Camp Ground

Q: Is there a golf course nearby?
A: Hidden Cove Golf Course, Grayson Lake State Park about ten miles north of Sandy Hook.

Q: Where can I rent a boat?
A: Grayson Lake Marina.

Q: Where can I learn more about Keith Whitley?
A: Laurel Gorge Cultural Heritage Center, (606) 738 -5543 or 5576