We would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy a good fright for a good cause! Cut-Thru Mountain begins on October 2nd at Bob Amos Park. Cut-Thru Mountain is a haunted trail adventure that begins with a hay ride to haunted stables. Then a walk through a winding nature trail encountering an assortment of frightening characters and scenes to send chills down your spine. If you were a patron last year, we thank you for your support and invite you to join us again this year. Scenes have changed, attractions have been added, and there are several new characters. The proceeds from this event goes to support the Pikeville Public Safety Christmas with a Cop / Firefighter and the Pikeville Public Safety Scholarship fund at Upike. Weather permitting Cut-Thru Mountain will run each Friday and Saturday Night in October. Start time is approximately 8:00 p.m. nightly or when the night skies have darkened. The admission fee is $10.00 a person.
This year’s annual Christmas Parade will be Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 2:00 pm. If you would like to be a participant in the parade you may register online or for more information call Cody Johnson at: 454-8000.
September 24, 25 & 26, 2015
Downtown Pikeville, KY
The annual Nightmare on Main
will be held on Oct 22, 2015.
Main Street “LIVE”
August 21, 2015
September 4, 2015
September 18, 2015
” Come out and enjoy the music”
Road now open down to Combs Bridge.
Pikeville bypass remains closed; geotech engineers to evaluate highwall
PIKE COUNTY – March 12, 2012 – Although the rockfall has been cleared, KY 1426, Bypass Road, in Pikeville remains closed to all traffic.
This section of roadway will remain closed until the Department of Highways has had time to evaluate different avenues. They ask the public to partner with them by staying out of the area and to be patient with us during this time.”
They suggested that people who use the sidewalk along Bypass road for walking or running also avoid the area. “It will be more inconvenient for people on foot. The detour is a long way around for those folks, and no kind of barricade will prevent foot traffic, so we are asking walkers and runners to observe the road closure voluntarily. Consider the risk, and plan another route.”