Campbell's West Wind Farm

About us

Norma Jean and Virgil Campbell bought their farm in 1986 near Springfield, KY. It is located on the Lincoln Heritage Scenic Highway-Byway. Originally the land was the homestead of General Matthew Walton, who served in the Revolutionary War. In 1784 he built a 2 room brick house, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Norma uses the house as a studio and for teaching and preserving the ancient skills and wool art. The legacy of Abraham Lincoln is prevalent in the area, and Norma Jean has located and weaves beautiful pieces from drafts (patterns) that were owned and used by Nancy Hanks, Abraham Lincoln's mother.

Campbell's West Wind Farm also offers a gift shop with items from the farm, monthly classes- wool sculpting (needle felting), spinning, weaving, natural dyeing, farm and history tours.

Directions

Springfield:

Take Highway 150 west for two miles and Campbell's is located across the road from St. Catherine's College.
Located on the Lincoln Heritage Scenic Byway

From Springfield take Highway 150 west for two miles and Campbell's West Wind Farm is located across the road from St. Catherine's College.

Hours

April thru December
Tuesday thru Friday (please call (859) 481-4873)

By appointment, call 859-481-4873
Sunday CLOSED

Upcoming Events

Natural Dye in September, using plants from the farm

Making Santa Clauses from wool

Contact Information

Campbell's West Wind Farm

Norma Jean Campbell
2888 Bardstown Rd
SpringfieldKY  40069
Phone: (859) 336-9283
Email: normajcampbell@bellsouth.net