The area was officially recognized by the USGS on September 20, 1979, during the rapid expansion of Shepherdsville due to the development of Interstate 65. A large portion of Clermont consists of the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. Also located in Clermont is the famous Jim Beam distillery—Bullitt County is a "wet" county
The Boy Scouts of America Camp Crooked Creek, which is associated with the Lincoln Heritage Council, is also located in Clermont.
Clermont is located at (37.5547, -85.3910) and is 531 feet (162 meters) above sea level. This is in the Eastern Time Zone (Standard Time: GMT -5 hours, DST: GMT -4 hours), ZIP code 40110.
- Alcoholic Beverage Control, Kentucky Department of (2010-01-01). "Wet & Dry Counties in Kentucky as of 01/01/2010" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-04-01.
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