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The Camp Springs House was built in the 1860s by the Ort brothers for William Uthe, one of the many German settlers that moved to Camp Springs, Kentucky. Like many of the buildings from the era in the settlement, it used limestone from the creek and general area.

Camp Springs House took 4 years to be completed, and when it was done, it served as an inn, tavern, and a stagecoach shop. The National Register of Historic Places site also served as a post office for a while, but on most days, it was a gathering place for the whole community where dances and games were held in its 2nd floor dance hall.

Today, the Camp Springs House is owned by the couple Bill and Carolyn Allender. They have restored the site and operates it as an inn today.
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