Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
2184 US Highway 62
Gilbertsville, KY 42044
Phone: (270) 362-4278
Fax: (270) 362-9845
Bring the kids to Maggie's Jungle Golf for a fun afternoon of miniature golf. After golfing check out the Jungle Run where you can rent a golf course and head down a trail while feeding friendly animals like goats and peacocks. Maggie's Jungle Golf is closed when it rains.
Kentucky Shores Family Fun Center is ideal for family fun! See if you have what it takes to win at Outdoor Laser Tag, speed along in a Go-Kart, try not to get too soaked at Bumper Boats, play a fun round of min golf, see if you can reach the top of the Rock Climbing Wall, and that's just the beginning. This is the perfect attraction to bring the whole family.
Forgotten Past is a family-friendly attraction that you'll never forget. Spend the afternoon here and check out their arcade, go karts, mini golf, bumper cars, and more.
Established in 1997, Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge has bottomland hardwood forests which are known for its rich ecosystem. An abundant amount of animals call this reserve home, including Cerulean warblers, Northern River Otters, Bobcats, and Cope's Gray Tree Frogs. Visitors can walk along the trails and go fishing after receiving a permit. Hunting is also allowed if you get a permit and it's hunting season.
Get ready for a fun and wet day at Venture River Water Park. This water park has a lot of fun and kid friendly rides, including The Cliffhanger, Dueling Demon Speed Slides, and The Waloopas. If you're not into thrills there are still plenty of things to do, such as relaxing and letting the current guide you on Old Man River or renting a cabana.
River Discovery Center is an unique educational facility dedicated to national rivers of the United States of America. They have interesting exhibits related to these waterbodies and its history.
Floodwall Murals is a series of murals by acclaimed muralist, Robert Dafford and his team on the floodwalls protecting the downtown from the Ohio River. The work began in 1996 and was finished in 2007. It features 50 panels of the city's history with a plaque on each. It is one of the major tourist attractions in town where you can stroll the riverfront and see these lively artworks.
William Clark Market House Museum is a unique museum in Paducah. The museum features rotating exhibits and artifacts related to Paducah's history.
Offering breathtaking views of the Ohio river that separates the states of Illinois and Kentucky, the Riverfront at Paducah is a peaceful destination that takes you to a world of tranquilty. Usually frequented by tourists and locals to enjoy its scenic environs, the Riverfront at Paducah serves as a halting destination for several steamboats and charters that come to its banks. The Riverfront also plays host to various music festivals, concerts and cultural events that take place in the region.
National Quilt Museum is a renown art museum displaying quilting and fibre art existing in the world. The museum attracts art lovers from 50 states and more than 40 countries worldwide.
Lloyd Tilghman House is a 19th-century residence of Lloyd Tighman located on Kentucky Avenue. It was built in 1852 and highlights Greek Revival style of architecture. This historic home houses the Civil War Museum.
Established in 1873 Grace Episcopal Church is one of the earliest places of worship to serve Paducah. The majestic church building was constructed in the Gothic Revival style and features striking details in the well-maintained interiors. The congregation actively engages with the community through its various ministries as well as youth programs and events.