Old Friends at Kentucky Downs

5565 Nashville Rd
Franklin, KY 42134


Visit Retired Racehorses at Old Friends at Kentucky Downs.  Bring your family to visit these retired athletes at ease in their paddocks.  Feed them carrots, take photos and visit the gift shop.  Tours offered daily all year.  Walk-ins welcome.  Reservations suggested.  Just off I-65, Exit 2.


Cumberland River Ferry

Highway 214
Tompkinsville, KY 42167
Kentucky's only 24/7 state-owned and operated ferry connects two segments of KY-214, which leads to the scenic Turkey Neck Bend section of southeastern Monroe County. For boating and fishing, a concrete ramp has been installed on the down river side of the ferry. Fishing on the Cumberland can't be beat: sauger, stripe, large-mouth bass, rainbow trout . . . just to name a few.

A "Quest" at Old Mulkey Meetinghouse State Historic Site

38 Old Mulkey Park Rd.
Tompkinsville, KY 42167

270-487-8481 | Call to confirm hours

Some call it a scavenger hunt, some an exercise in critical thinking…either way questing is a great way for people to be outdoors while learning about the natural and historical significances of an area! Old Mulkey’s quest, The View from the Pulpit, takes visitors through the old church records, the cemetery, the Meetinghouse and even exploring park signage. Do you have what it takes to complete the quest? All you need is a pencil, a little time and a copy of the quest to find out! To view the quest, visit http://www.kentuckyquesting.ky.gov/find/monroe.htm. You may receive printed copies of the quest at the park office (the “kid’s quest” is recommended for students through 4th grade and must be printed from the site).

Hidden River Cave

117 East Main Street
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42749


Located right on Main Street in the middle of the Horse Cave Cultural District, Hidden River Cave snakes below the town's streets and sidewalks. The scenic entrance is the region's greatest photo op. Your guided tour follows the path of a subterranean river that flows beneath the town. An optional off-trail Wild Cave Tour, featured by Mike Rowe on the Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs" series, offers a close-up look at the wonders of the underground ecosystem. Located adjacent to the American Cave Museum.

Toni's Roller Rink

502 S. Dixie Highway
Cave City, Kentucky 42127



The Fun Zone Arcade

Cave City, Kentucky 42127
18 hole miniature golf, , family game room.

Southern KY Model Aero Club Stahl Field

185 North Graham
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101

Since the charter in 1973, The Southern Kentucky Model Aero Club has developed one of the best flying sites in the United States of America. In 1991, SKYMAC dedicated the flying site to lost member Carson L. Stahl, hence the name “Stahl Memorial Aerodrome.”


Skyview Drive-In

1500 Celina Rd.
Tompkinsville, Kentucky 42167


Remember when? Nostalgic Drive-In theatre.

Open Mar-Oct

Russell Sims Aquatic Center

2303 Tomblinson Way
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101


Open Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Largest water playground in South Central Kentucky.  Includes zero-depth entry, splash playgound, 50-meter pool, two water slides, diving boards & concessions.

Rockcastle Shooting Center at Park Mammoth Resort

585 Park Mammoth Rd.
Park City, Kentucky 42160
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Rockcastle Shooting Center is the newest entity of the Park Mammoth property comprised of approximately 2000 acres. The Shooting Center offers a 12-station Sporting Clay course set among the wooded ridges and valleys of the historic area and a 5-Stand course that overlooks a scenic Cattail pond. Additionally, Rockcastle has Rifle Ranges from 50 out to 1,000 yards and beyond, multiple Pistol Ranges and a 20 station 3-D Archery course set across our diverse terrain. A permanent Cowboy Action shooting town has been fabricated, complete with five Old Western facade stages.


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