Whether it's a ride on our Jenny Ann ferry, a trip to the historical Baker-Bird winery,
a visit to our many boutique & antique shops, or a sunset stroll down Riverside Drive, immerse yourself in the unique experience that only our charming river town
of Augusta, Kentucky can offer.
Owned by our good friends.
Their motto is a corner cafe where friends become family. You will want to check out their vibe of good ole town cafe.
Youngblood's Corner Cafe in Augusta, Kentucky serves some of the best short order foods around!
Number one in the world.
They have acquired a 40,000 square foot facility. This historical building that originally served as a carriage manufacturer will now headquarter the region’s premier bourbon distillery and event center.
You can book a tour!
Ferry services have been operation in Augusta since April 2, 1798, when John Boude began shuttling passengers between Kentucky and Ohio in his hand-propelled ferry. To this day, the Jenny Ann, continues to transport her passengers between Augusta and Boude's landing, located one mile west of Higginsport, Ohio.
August is just 20 minutes away from EarthJOY. It is a historical town situated by the Ohio River. It is home to George Clooney mom and dad. Nick and Nina Clooney. Our favorite restaurant above in photo known as Augusta Tavern overlooks the river.
Located at 208 Main Street
Nina's features an eclectic mix of antiques, memorabilia, home goods, Disney merchandise, and of course, a touch of Hollywood. Shop is Closed from January till the first weekend of April
Open Friday - Saturday, 11 AM - 5 PM Sunday 1-5pm
John Baker started distilling on the site in 1798. The bourbons at the distillery are reproduced from records found that were over 200 years old in the County Courthouse just 8 miles from Distillery. Baker-Bird Winery offers visitors the chance to step back into history. In addition to award-winning wines, Baker-Bird features many local and regional products, including Kentucky Proud items.
Throughout the year Augusta hosts many fun and enjoyable events. Click below if there might be one open when you stay at EarthJOY. Be sure to visit the train with tons of info while in Augusta right across from Beehive