The state of Kentucky is known for its bourbon, basketball and horse racing, but there are also a lot of strangely named places. Even the conventions of naming are odd. Why must there be a Ryland Heights right next to Ryland? Why are there so many Groves, Heights and Licks? Why do so many people say they live in Cold Springs when, in reality, it's just one singular Cold Spring?
The Origins of Weird State Park Names (Part Three)
Beaver lick kentucky
Beaverlick is located along U. Route 42 and U. Route 4. The community was established as a fur trading site between and The community was founded sometime in the early s. A post office was established at Beaver Lick in with John Tucker its postmaster.
When you see these names, you tend to say to yourself, "Does that mean what it sounds like? You've seen the sign, if not from the highway in Wisconsin, then on the internet. And you've heard the jokes about "recreation" involving either a water pipe for marijuana, or more recently a funnel for drinking beer.
Beaverlick is located along U. Route 42 and U. Route 4.