DeMossville, Kentucky sits along the Licking River in Pendleton County, 30 miles south of Cincinnati. As of 2010, the population was 1,976 residents.
DeMossville was settled in 1852 and was named for the DeMoss family. The town sits along the L&N (Louisville & Nashville) Railroad, which stopped running in 1982.
DeMossville sits between US-27 and I-75. The Licking River can be crossed at KY-536 in Visalia to the north and KY-177 in Butler to the south.
Major hospitals are located 20-25 miles north of DeMossville. St. Elizabeth and Cincinnati Children’s Hospitals are in Crestview Hills, Kentucky.
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Kincaid Lake State Park and A.J. Jolly Park and Golf Course are both about 15 miles from DeMossville. Both parks offer hiking, fishing, camping and golf.