Campbellsville is a rural city in central Kentucky founded in 1817 by Andrew Campbell. Campbellsville is known for its university Campbellsville University, regional healthcare system Taylor Regional Hospital, historic Downtown Campbellsville, and its proximity to Green River Lake State Park. Campbellsville is the county seat of Taylor County, Kentucky, whose geographic boundary is shaped like a heart. Campbellsville celebrated its bicentennial on July 4, 2017.
Things to do in Campbellsville
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This place is my favorite place to get ice-cream because they always have all kinds of ice-cream! There service is very nice and its always clean, for example: floor's, table's, bathroom's and more! If I had my pick to go anywhere to get ice-cream it would totally be Baskins-Robbins. The worker's that are there are very helpful in many ways, some of the ways are: helping us to where we are needed, for example: bathroom. Another way would be helping us getting our materials when we need it, for example: napkins, silverware and more. There's only one thing about it that I would change and that would be the price. I think it's expensive.
4.5 based on 141 reviews
Try their special BBQ sauce made with Ski, a great local soft drink!! And ask for The Hot Mess, it's not on the menu, but is some kinda good!!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
We were so happy to stumble across Harden Coffee in downtown Campbellsville. We stopped by for breakfast. Although the menu is very limited we really enjoyed our frittata. Baked goods were available and we chose a blueberry muffin which was delicious. We consider ourselves coffee lovers and we really liked the smoothness and flavor of our coffee. Staff was friendly and helpful....a really nice shop!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
I love this location. It is easily accessed either by walking in or via the drive-through. They have a good selection of donuts if you get there early enough and whatever they have leftover is good if you arrive after a rush.
They have numerous jelly filled flavors and novelties in addition to delicious traditional cake and dough donuts and holes.
I don't understand why this location wasn't listed. It has been here for several years. I hope it stays for many more!
4 based on 81 reviews
This place was recommended by the owners of the Towne Motel so we headed there for dinner. I had the fish tacos which were excellent. My husband had the "pick three" combo--gr beef taco, shredded beef enchilada, and tamale--and enjoyed his meal as well. Salsa could have used a little more of a kick, but I can't ever get enough cilantro in anything so it might just be me.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
This location has 4 dual flavor machines each with two flavors that can be dispensed individually or as a twist of the flavors available on that individual machine.
That is followed by an ice-cream ;topping ;smorgasbord of potential.
Everything from candy bar pieces to gummy worms, hot fudge, caramel or marshmallow cream lets you know your nearing the "weigh station".where you pay for your purchased by the ounce.
Inside the location they have several chairs and couches if you want to eat in or since its in a strip mall area it is close to your car.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Love this place! It's the last of the Druthers restaurants. Fantastic breakfast! Great lunch and dinner buffet! Always fresh food. I've never gotten a bad meal. Staff is always friendly! Plenty of parking but lots of coming and going during breakfast due to it being the best in town! No trailer/RV/boat parking unless its later in the day when the crowd thins out.
4 based on 71 reviews
We were in Campbellsville to pick up my nephew from Campbellsville University and were trying to grab a bite before heading back to Louisville. He said that the students love Colton's so we decided to try it. After eating there, I could definitely see why the students like. The food was great, the prices very reasonable and the service was wonderful as well.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Good chicken and the daily buffet is a great deal. The staff was friendly and the restrooms were clean.
4 based on 84 reviews
I stopped by CSFR for a quick lunch last Wednesday on a trip through Campbellsville on business. I was lead to a nice table by a friendly cashier, and was promptly greeted by a server. Even though they have a full menu, I opted on the lunch buffet ($6.95), mainly because it smelled and looked so good as I walked past it.
The fully loaded and clean buffet starts with a full salad bar, as well as two soups to chose from. It looked awesome, but I was in kind of a hurry, and went right to the hot food bar.
The chicken tenders were thick, very lightly breaded, and delicious. The meat loaf was just as i like it, and the best I have had in a long time. The mashed potatoes, stewed tomatoes, and green beans, were all fresh and really good.
Keep up the good work, and i will definitely be back on my next trip through town!
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