I welcome you to Pulaski County, Kentucky’s third largest geographical county with an estimated population of 63, 000 and home to 3 marinas located on beautiful Lake Cumberland. Lake Cumberland is a point of destination for everyone to enjoy whether you enjoy water sports, fishing or simply relaxing in a secluded cove enjoying the scenery from your houseboat.
In addition to Lake Cumberland, Pulaski County boasts numerous recreational possibilities such as camping, hiking, bicycling, site seeing, Somersplash Water Park- over 20 acres of clean family fun, Somernites Cruise – a car lovers dream the 4th Saturday April-October, historic Mill Spring Battlefield and Visitor’s Center for the Civil War historian plus a variety of events and festivals, including the Master Musicians Festival featuring local and national recording artists and held in July.
Agricultural businesses abound in Pulaski County with numerous grain, hay and cattle farms, as well as apple and pumpkin farms, wineries and Farmers Markets. Pulaski County industries have suffered much less than most other areas of the nation and our real estate market continues to thrive. Whether you are looking for a great place to call home or a place to spend weekends or your vacation, I invite you to visit us in Pulaski County. You may just decide to stay.