the Heart of The Bluegrass State
Located in the heart of
the Bluegrass State of Kentucky "Horse Capital of the
Winners Circle Motel offers very affordable rates, clean
rooms and exceptional service.
Location in the Horse Capital of the World
walking distance of...
antique and unique shops close by...
Kentucky Horse Park - 5 minutes away.
north of the crossroads of I-75 and I-64,
Georgetown and Scott County are ideally
located 10 miles north of Lexington, the
Horse Capital of the World. For Canadian
travelers Georgetown is just one days drive.
Georgetown was founded in 1790 by the
Baptist minister Elijah Craig. The Reverend
Craig is perhaps best known for his world
famous invention, bourbon whiskey.
Today, Georgetown is a blend of old and new.
Noted for its profusion of historic houses
and perhaps the finest antique shopping in
the state, it is also one of Kentucky's
fastest growing communities and the American
home of Toyota's Camry, Sienna, and Avalon
production facility. Each August, Georgetown
is also host to the Cincinnati Bengal's'
Our back roads offer beautiful horse farms,
Irish fieldstone fences, the meandering
Elkhorn and Eagle creeks and rolling fields
of tobacco and cattle. You'll find small,
quaint communities like Stamping Ground and
Sadieville. Elkhorn Creek, the inspiration
for Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass," offers
both canoeists and fishermen a rewarding and
Georgetown and Scott County offer a complete
range of overnight accommodations -- from
clean and affordable motels to unique bed
and breakfast inns. All of this, and
you're only 10 minutes from the horse
capitol of the world, Lexington, and 5
minutes from the world famous Kentucky Horse
Park. We invite you to take a few hours or a
few days to explore Scott County...to find
out what makes us uniquely Kentucky