Grants Branch Park

This one-of-a-kind, 11.3 acre body of fresh water is the site of a former coal slurry impoundment. In the late 1990’s, the property was donated to Pike County after all environmental and safety conditions set forth by regulators were met or exceeded. Grants Branch Park now features two large shelters complete with cookers, pure water stocked full of fish, a large pre-cut cabin, a nature trail, and a handicapped accessible fishing pier.


Tuesday thru Friday:  7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday thru Sunday:  9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
Closed from December 1st thru March 1st

Grants Branch Park Gallery


Where to Find Grants Branch Park

1355 Pond Creek Road
Stone, KY 41567
Phone: (606) 353-8325
President: Jim Keenan

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13 Replies to “Grants Branch Park”

  1. The phone number is wrong that is the number to the first response ambulance service I called

  2. We provide Bill Ball’s business number for anything in the Stone area because he is heavily invested in the Stone Heritage Museum there. The Grants Branch Park number we have appears to be disconnected. I’ll see if I can find another number.

  3. The park is free admission. Hiking is available. I’m not sure about swimming, but note that a lifeguard is not on duty.

  4. Hello,
    My name is Virginia Muncy, I am trying to fund a reasonably priced location to have a Baby shower for an underprivileged, unwed young mother. There will not be any alcohol, or drugs of any kind. It will be on Oct. 8, 2017 from 1. To 5 p.m.

  5. To my knowledge the picnic shelters at Grants Branch Park are free to use, but you may want to call them to reserve. The cabin there has a charge. The Appalachian Pregnancy Care Center is a great resource to help: (606) 433-0700.

  6. I’m wanting to get married on June 8 and use the arch for the ceremony. I’d like to rent out the cabin for the reception as well. Any idea what the price would be?

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