This tiny Ã‚“picture postcardÃ‚” town on the Cumberland River draws visitors year-round. Once a bustling riverboat town, its pace slowed as roadways eclipsed river commerce. The creation of Cordell Hull Lake in the 1970s submerged many of the townÃ‚’s homes and buildings. Today, it is a quaint and historic vacation spot, loved for its restored buildings including the Granville Museum, quiet charm and access to outdoor activities.
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