Berea Tourism Blog
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle, you’ll find Happiness Hills. On a beautiful farm just outside of Berea, the Escobar family has created a welcoming place where you can retreat alone or gathered with friends and family.
Berea’s natural beauty is being further enhanced by the volunteer efforts of a group of local “Earth Warriors” who are working hard to reduce dumping and littering throughout the city.
There’s a brand-new space dedicated to helping families thrive in Berea, KY – The Mother Well! The Mother Well transforms expecting moms and dads into confident parents through education, support, and community.
LeeAmber opened Wildflowers Boutique a year ago this month. The Chestnut Street shop’s warm and inviting atmosphere is blooming with business, selling a variety of clothing, accessories and more.
Skills passed down from generation to generation, the Adams family loves to craft together. For almost 30 years, The Family Tree has been their family business. Selling handmade wares, many made by their family, in Berea’s Old Town Artisan Village for 21 years of their 30 years in business.
On Saturday, September 18, 2021, a beautiful new sign was unveiled for the Boone Trace Trail at Brushy Fork. The trail, recognized as part of Daniel Boone’s path blazed in 1775, is ¾ of a mile, lining up very closely to Boone’s exact trail.
HomeGrown HideAways, one of Berea’s fastest growing AgriTourism destinations, recently celebrated the grand opening of their community kitchen facility. The farm, campground and event facility’s latest project, an expansion of their pavilion, is already underway.
On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, Berea Tourism, the City of Berea and Berea Farmer’s Market celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the Chestnut Street Pavilion.
BEREA’S BUZZ-WORTHY MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK | Friday, September 10, 2021, dozens of bikers of all ages rode through the grand opening ribbon at Berea’s newest adventure tourism destination, Silver Creek Bike Park. This state-of-the-art mountain bike trail is already stirring up a lot of buzz, locally and regionally.
Just a few years ago, Raven Kelly was working as social worker in Frankfort, Kentucky when she came across the shop HealthEase Nutrition. This capital city shop offered the sense of community she longed for and soon changed her life, leading to her ownership of Everyday Nutrition in Berea.