Elizabethtown is centrally located within 400 miles of 12 major U.S. cities, and less than a 40 minute drive to the Louisville International Airport. Sitting at the intersection of three major highways---Interstate 65, the Bluegrass Parkway and the Western Kentucky parkway, we have all the vibrant attributes of a much larger city, but remain a charming small town. The variety of hotels with over 1400 rooms and fine restaurants may surprise you as well. Be sure to stop by the ETCB visitor center for your FREE welcome packet!
Elizabethtown's population is approximately 24,000. Hardin County, the 4th largest county in Kentucky, has a population of a little over 96,000.
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Minimum drinking age is 21. Package sales available seven days a week. Liquor by the drink is sold in various restaurants. Restaurants may serve alcohol seven days a week.
For a FREE Hardin County magazine contact:
The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce
Hardin County is home to Ft. Knox. Ft. Knox is home of the Human Resource Center of Excellence and the Army Accessions Command. Ft. Knox has a population of over 40,000 soldiers, family members and civilain employees. For more information about Ft. Knox visit their website: www.knox.army.mil