The small town of Graham is known for being something of a desirable hunting and fishing getaway in Kentucky. The area surrounding the town is also great for these adventures, and while it is not very populated, it is great for outdoor adventures. Throughout the greater area, however, there are some interesting places to go, that are both indoors and outdoors; as well as some well-respected restaurants, and places to stay that are unusual, but very fitting for a family or a woodsman.
This town is a part of Muhlenberg County, Kentucky and it does have a post office, which was first opened in 1904. The namesake of the town of Graham was after William Graham Duncan, who owned the W. G. Duncan Coal Company, and subsequently the coal town that went along with it.